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n H- t.. THE St'XD.VY STANDARD. IT OODF.N VII, .ULY SI, SESDAY. 4' rm SPORTING NEW or lii 1907. the i The Leading Running Race Horses of the Year Baseball and Auto Talk. American Yachts Race In Germany Aug. 15 : u can RESPONSIBILITY ulanc moke m careers of have become captains or pUying managcia and cooua- many for cognation. pUk'r l0- - M" Kt U.tein de-m- ui of team generalship. Kelley, Thai a what happened to Joeand wt captain rtnrinnatt former ,h ll Pure taaenntn. Sam ew Turk th ho on famo shortstop and now with tha Jimmy champion Chicago Americana. was once considered the beat Collin ihiid baseman In the country, but a year of control of the BorIhq Americana put him on the toboggan sll.le It la believed he will improve a ll It the Philadelphia Americana. M'-el- buia--- -- ! .1 ' Na-tl.in- Organ the importance of being u,iu: i n hu any one would oj willing 19 pay us for ent year, anl June 14 laet be win the Kiel, via Hamburg. They are the Che-wii:w.h-i:lle'iniAl'iS lu ilia ga"lie h;r. German emperors cup over Ui Taurus V1H, owned by F. O. M scomber, l! .n r i. f i,t Hist be must do circuit. Corinthian Yacht club, designed by Jr, Muituatn the dignity ( as pdsi'.i hi. Ants Spttd Limit f Small brother of Bostoa; Spokane, a Yet Iua often ha mix j.m; .p . in-- iJack Squirts. , wegther craft, owned by F. Any man T:i t 4 limit to heavy is A jt gr-ti: djwnU,. dig. autoin ibile stH'.dmg p i'l il't would Jack Squires has g me the way of all Lewis Clark of Spokane, Wash.,' and niJitd ngure! be I iked .ii 44 hiiuii.e minded in m-- s British pugilistic riesb that is, the tlie Marblehead, owned by two memha rum -- .arum djyx wr.r. ept-eway most of it nan goue after arriving bers of the Boston Yacht club. Tha FaThe But Herne Thus Shewn. e.'.abiisn uir r re. oed In America Squires was all right un- Che wink VIIL Is tha beet boat of tha three year- J I 'rr Pan only is have tuem outdone by better til he had 10 break away from his press three for oil round raring purposes The i t oit J by tlie rail bu i "it-- horse r.zir raiser. kgenit and go into the ring uloue. that Is, ah Is able In all airs and all of the ysu." Oarneii by R Fell? N'disaro' ride in the Then he became the hugest nng joke kinds of water. and Grand P::x in Fran, e wa- - un.i of the of me tltnre. This tor to ebuw how The in ter national raoes occur Aug, Kvns. ttn colt is by out of I'lr.ltrella. te.us ru it--, .ird to modern lighter hi army Ik Many Americans will be on hand. au'.i His greatest Important Peter Pan is n fli-lIjixir.z big areiagn -- peed CHARLES E. EDWARDES. ir.i n -.- 11 miles of puoiiiity promoters may become. d i oit.. wi'h u senatlnai uurt of an near pu'ting up i:- -- w -- :i - r,-- . ord Squires la undoubtedly the greatest lie la a half brother ot liir..i, lyania figures for soms one t'.ft ti hi. a uowa newspaper pugilist in the world now CASE BATTEN'S ' LAMENT. He some day. and Nog I. aiio In the Keen that "Fhlladelpliia Jerk O'Brien baa la my hoodoo town, call Cleveland has won well on towni 1 $?.". tiu i tii As been barred from our act. Pilcher Cass Patten of Washington tha far this season, game t,:i.s fij Salvt-derA Msdest Sptsd Firnd. other day. "I have always bad tha owned by Thomas Hiu hdKk. Jr. Nass.iru I an Italian ivr;.- - m.i.le- -t American Yachts Are te Race Abroad hordaet of luck there And I'll neves M E. ni.lcr. is the and and trained by John uuldt spoken and willAug. IS. forget one day when the ninth Inning beat racer of the year h.ir. thus far Several small American racing yachta arrived and we were about seven runs to praise his bitterest rival lie ts ing In hie division, but probably ivter ran the most suo driver of tlie will compete la the Kiel regatta, the to the good. As 1 started In to the box hai the most cupportei fui the coveted hour, lie has many gate friends in Amerigreat annual aquatic carnival of Ger- te pitch the last half of tbe ninth I honor. ca. lie drove here In tue Vanderbilt many. These boats are entered In the said te BUI Bradley, 8111, I guess I However. Ralvlders nil! surely be well known Honderklaase events, fos- huve shaken my hoodoo at last.' Then races of the last two years. heard from before the vnason closes cup finished third la tlie In' emotional tered by Emperor William. Last year wliat did Cleveland do but get eight He I and In a big way He ihw in fair automobile race In France July 5, Germany sent entrants to thla aide, runs In the lost half Inning. I'll never He wintered at I. cite Ri.li. lu5 and Incup chapethe Vanderbilt cup races racing in Massachusetts waters. This whistle again until I am out of ttva Ark., under the care ef Charier T Pat14. 1M5. and OU. 1904 he . the Yankee lari return tlie com- woods that Is. when I am against of Oi-terson. developer of Ornament and failed to finteh. He won the Fiorto year Cleveland. 8lace that tlma, however, pliment. health the cup at Palsrms April 14 of the pres Hamburg He was In The yacble were recently shipped to I have beaten them a few games. early part of the season but la now old to ha almost gt his beet. NOW IN THE PUBLIC EYE. NATIONAL AND AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL PLAYERS Great a Filly. Notasulga Notanuiga la believed to be tha best filly by long odds shown this year thus far. A leading trainer remarked to the few days ago: There la no writer getting away from the fart that Notasulga Is the cleverest filly seen as yet. She can carry any kind of weight and beat such a mare as Ft ixette. Notasulga la owned by two young Louisiana horsemen who have never lief ore meed on the eastern tracks They are Jules Broulutour and Alfred Hamel. They are caraiwlgnlng Notasulga actively ou the eastern coursee. Now they will give her a rot and then send her to capture some of tlie Saratoga N. Y.) stakes aa a warming up process for the big metropolitan events tq the fall. The two owners have refused several big offers for th filly. Hr. Hamel says: "We like to bet on tbe races, and the re res are bard to beat. It le mors than probable if ws got f'0,000 or $25,000 for thla mare wo would toes li away In a few days, and then wo would be In a bad fix. Hut by keeping Notuaulga, who Is one of the finest and healthlee race horses in the world and who can, .easily earn her own keep and ours also, we have a valuable asxit. We ran race along, wa HKMPH1M gPEKDY CENTKBK1ICLD- - "HPIKIS" SHANNON. ABLE LEFT- - OEOHOB DAVIS, BRAINY SHORT-EFIELDER, NEW TOBK (N. Lk ST. LOUIS (A. Lk STOP, CHICAGO iK U). think, and get as much out of her aa 1 edge 25tti Jk nk wn" iJiiy InU wlix f a , -s sp-e- e. uiia-sutnir- Ganzel Riverses the Rule. Many people say that Larry Lsjolt, of the Cleveland la iei es-f- ul er - , CATCHER SULLIVAN OF THE CHICAGO AMERICAN CHAMPIONS. not doing hie beat work at second base now. He certainly has fallen off In his batting. Other Instances of a similar DEMON' FRED BARTL, WRESTnature could be riled. Hut John annLER, WHO CHALLENGES uel, now captuln of the Cincinnati NaTHE WORLD. tionals, has reversed the general order of events Since he became field boas , EsrtI la the welter and middleweight Canadian wrestling champion who pf the Reds his work lias taken on new rhallengea the world at 145-1- 5 pounds merit. John is. In fact, putting up a fur ll.UOO a aide. E. C. Finley. Nash- better guine than he ever did .before. ville, Tan, la his manager. At first base he Is gathering In every ie. WORLD'S i thing In sight, and at the bat he Is Gansel proving a distinct success. used to be one of the worst batsmen in the game. "Popup .John was the name given hi in by thousands of fan owing to his exasperating habit of sending maasely IKtla pop flies to the Inflelders day in and day out Today "Popup John la tapping tha pill all over the prairie and la hitting well In pinches too. Evidently Ouzel needed R, Mil , 'Mina Comment on Latest Doings In Ellen Terry1 nts From Our New York , apondenU Dramatic the pyrotechnics! arose between David Belaeco and Mrs. Leslie Carter, swing to her marriage, and the actress left Mr. Belaeao'e staff of stars, scores of dramatic wl --ear res 'shook' their heads and said: She will be a complete failure hereafter. Bha cannot get along without Belaeco. Mr. Carter wa made by Belaeco. She will be un- WHEN ind Fin- -, Kg. lad made without him. Later, when Mrs. Carter signed with Charles Dillingham and got Into very hot water with Playwright Edwin Mil-to- n Royle because she Imitated on making changes In the book of hia piny, "t'leo, which Dillingham obtained for her, the wiseacre all said: 1 told you RtnUh ful as ever. Some people "In the know say Mrs Carter's tour waa the moat successful she has ever had. Ijer net earnings up to June 15 were $55,-0- 0. Altogether ehe earned more than 140,000 net. In addition, many critics say that Mrs. Carter Is now at her best Her distinctive powers they agree, were never exhibited to better advantage. Evidently the talk that she wag under Belawco's as called, "hypnotic spell waa without boats In fact. Mrs Carter's plans for the season of 1907-have not matured aa yet.' Bha will produce a new play in New York, It fs reported. She ia- spending part of the euiamer at her cottage an Long Island sound, New York. - Oh, tha Horrid Thing! penny London weekly comments on two recent matrimonial ventures In To make a long story short. Nonce thla wise: O'Nell took Royle Mis May Irwin, a coon artiste has play, Cleq," and Hed In It. Mrs. Carter want on the married her press agent. Sweet are wad In reiiertory and was as success the uses of advertisement. a Carter can't get along without A Talk; Richard Cairle Has Another Musical Hit Carter-Belasc- o It's good the difference? Mlv Ellen Terry has just returned to whats England on (mard the Minnetonka. She stuff. But the magazine publishers thought waa a great favorite with the Carew." there was a derided difference that the series of artkks Art Versus Commercialism Again! Ellen Terry has a peculiar Idea' of would be discontinued. Of course no one imagines that Miss everyday buxines ethics in general intended to work a wrong This and as to their relation to journalism Terry temIn particular. ' A leading American Is another Instance of the artistic with bane, sordid perament colliding, two about ago monthf magazine began to print Miss Terrys autobiography. commercialism, and commercialism In After the second Installment' appeared thla case came out second best the magazine publishers learned that Active Richard Carle. the Identical story had been printed lq an English magazine many years ago. Richard Carle, the elongated Chicago comedian end comedy singer, seems The sentences in the original narrative had been rearranged, that Is alL bent on equaling (he record of George M. Cohan aa a writer and producer of Word for word the stories were simimusical comedies. Carle, like Cuban, lar. When tbe attentloh of Miss Terrys has never yet written an "out and out" called to this failure. Both bring out musical mebusiness managercircumstance , his luply was: Oh, langes of about the same general type n and style. Their music goes with a rush, riant bang. The dances are font and furious. Color, tunefulness, pretty giria and flashes id wit make up their plays, , i Carle recently aliened In .Boston In his latest offering, ."The Ilnrdy Ouray ' Not even the studious Boston Girl critics can find the plot, hut they took Immediate cognisant ot thq pretty chorus girls, the music and lines. Cnrie la one of the hardest workers on the Huge Wd.iy. - Llko Cohan, he usually writes the words and music of his plays, appears In them, tftages them and fills the position of stage manager In chief. 1 r I . Rear Seats For Hat Weararsf Parisian theaters .have a coelom that might well lie followed In America. The box office men are Instructed te sell rickets in the three or four front rows to men only, ae they do pot wear hats or high hair formations and so do not obstruct the view of people behind them. While It is true that most women visitors at American plsyhouxes remove their hats, yet frequently one has the misfortune to alt behind some strong minded damsel who Is zealous for women's rig Ills and who wouldn't take off her hot for anything. Theater managers would make a big hit If they mode those women all In the rear of the house. They could do so by having a suitable provision printed on the back of each ticket. A Manager' "Dig at the Critic. Lee Bhubert. the New Turk munngcr. eays. "It should nut be overlooked that many a play that we a failure under one title succeeded In fart, froved successful under another name." Mr. Rhubert forgot to state, however, that the reeson for such a circumstance le that tlie play that failed In practically every rase whs cut. pruned, braced there and Ihere and nthcrwlne Improved before being sent out finder the new nnni. Mr Shuberta own stuff has hnd considerable rkprricnre In refurbishing renumed plays. (and On of the lost Shuheft plays that failed under two names' wa Tepd,". which was afterward taken to London under the neme of On Parole. GOODRICH, A POPULAR . a ut No bt TIMELY u 1'uW If the Plan for a .. ?lPrita Baireutli on the banks "ulaon might have little bet-ti- ir for ,,f were It not to be V' l, lh the title "The Lillian ,." ,h"d in Home." Ylddlah theaters gt Jo Weber's Dream City to marry who,' as one of thedYar Mortons, starFrank a. Tull idee. I now in New red last season In Breaking Into Soaters. Julfus Broder has acquired n ciety." was married In Detroit recently York, where tier husband Is seeking a two years lease an the Park theater to Frank Sheehan, her childhood .humble Job. Miss Olive White bos completed for In New York end proposes to Include ewretheatf and a wealthy automobile William J. Kelley a playlet entitled in hi circuit the Hub theater. Provi-- 1 msnufuciurer. r E'lch.lor'a Hall denie; Columbia. Philadelphia; Liluu,' Jumping from the chorus to the lofty Tlie Hid Man closed Its season in Baltimore: Casino; Brooklyn, and a position of bride to a millionaire (kv-- e not- erem to be alt beer and sklUJee. Philadelphia. : The Bhiiberta, who wrer house in Chicago yet to be eelc' ted. Clara Merton, the Detroit actress. Miss Katherine Wheaton, who deserted rexponsible for the piece, will probably STAGE t the modem chain of the TOPICS. - I STAGE BEAUTY. Miss Goodrich bos been leading woman for Nat Goodwin and will play his company again next season. the Bijou theater. New Turk, where she hoe been appearing in "Com lease Coquette and will continue for s few weeks In the comedy named and matinee performances of A Dolls House. Hhe will then go on tour and will later return to the Bijou with her new pro- husband bears their little lame ch!W As If to punish her, tho child Is drown ed. Thereafter husband and wife be gin new life, striving to forget theh sorrow in devoting their attention t ' the sufferings of others. The part ot Rita, though played by several actresses abroad, has been one at which American players have hesitated, fearing that It could not be mode sympathetic. When she returns to the Bijou from her tour on the road next season llnwi Kasimova expects to make a second production In addition to "Little Eyolf. This second play, which has been pur- chased by Henry Miller for the use of hie Russian star. Is n modem drams of American life by Ridgely Torrance, entitled "The Mad Stone. ' duction. "Little' Eyolf has once been presented here by a professional company. Home years ego It wss'produced by the student of the American Academy of MME. PLANS STAGE OF Dramatic Arts. Curiously enough, this ALLA NAZI MOYA. Is tbe piece In which Mme. Ode, the Plans for Alla Nazlmova'e produc- noted Danish actress who has recently arrived on leave of absence from the tions next season under the management of Henry Miller were made pubRoyal theater of Copenhagen, opened lic recently. Mme. Nuzlmove's next In New York recently and failed. Mme, will venture a be presentation of Ode played In Danish with an Engnew , Henrik Ibsen's famous and singular lish speaking company. The production "Little Eyolf' Is one of Ibsens later play. "Llttls Eyolf. FLORENCE ROBERTS. will mot be made In the autumn, but works and is pervaded with the spirit Florence Robert, who was starred, wlH take place either In the middle of of mystic symbolism so .noticeable In The landing char- lost winter in The Strength of the his composition. the season or In the early spring. Mmo. Kasimova, according to present acter is that ef a woman. Rita, who Weak, la to have the UUe Me In n re- ; arrangement s, will open next season at has become jealous of the love her viral of Zlra. ' UNITED NEW put It on again next fall after an elaborate revision. Chiyxlsl Herne is to be starred by Charles .Dillingham In a plsy of college girl life entitled Commencement The piece I the joint work of Days. Maigaret Mays end Virginia Frame. XmI M. Wills has signed a contract with Percy G. Williams te return temporarily- te vaudeville, appearing In the theaters of the United Booking offices for seven week. Mr. Wills recently made his first appearance under Mr. Williams personal management in tlie Alhambra theater, Brooklyn. Chsnnlng Pollock has delivered (o the Messrs. Bhubert n new play. The Secret Orchard. which will ho prok duced In September. Mr. and Mrs. loft recently' far a , long tour Pel-loc- through Europe, during ''Which the playwright will complete a new play" for Messrs; Georgs K. Cohan and Sam H. Harris. Mrs. Wlggs of tho Cabbage Patch Is making as great a hit In London as ' It made In this country. Maxine Elliott la to appear in the fall In London In a new play by H. V. Esmond. entitled The Greenwood Tree. '