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1 mile, yearlings—Best mile by a colt (against time), 2:23. Adbell, San Jose, Cal.. Sept. 28, 1S94; race record. 2:26, Adbell, Woodland, Cal., Aug. 27. 1894. Best mile by a filly, 2:23%. Pansy McGregor, Holton, Kas., Nov. 18, 1893 (race record).

1 mile, 2-year-olds—Best mile by a colt (against time), 2:10%, Arion, Stockton, Cal., Nov. 10, 1891; race record. 2:13%, Jupe, Readville, Mass., Sept. 29. 1896. Best mile by a fllly. 2:14, Jauie T., Lexington, Ky., Oct. 15, 1897 (race record). Best mile by a gelding. 2:14%. Endow, Lexington, Kv.. Oct. 14. 1899 (race record).

1 mile, 3-year-olds—Best mile by a fillv, 2:0S%. Fantasy. Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 17, 1893, and Grace Bond, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 4, 1904. Best mile by a trotting stallion, 2:08%, Kentueky Todd, Columbus, O., Sept. 19. 1907; 2:0914, Gen. Watts. Readville. Mass., Aug, 20, 1907. Best mile by a gelding. 2:12. Who Is It, Santa Rosa, Cal., Aug. 20. 1898 (race record).

1 mile, 4-year-olds—Best mile by a colt. 2:05%, Directum, Nashville, Tenn.. Oct. 18, 1893 (race record). Best mile bv a fillv (against time), 2:06. Fantasy, Terre Haute. Ind.. Sept. 13. 1894; race record, 2:06%, Beuzetta, Buffalo. N. Y.. Aug. 9,-1895. Best mile by a gelding, 2:08, John Nolan, Louisville, Ky.. Sept. 28. 1898 (race record), and Boralma, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 4, 1900 (race record).

1 mile. 5-year-olds—Best mile by a colt, 2:06%, Ralph Wilkes, Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 19, 1894, and Bingen, Louisville, Ky.. Sept. 26. 1898 (latter a race record). Best mile by a mare, 1:58%, Lou Dillon, as above, and Beuzetta, Lexington, Ky.. Oct. 16. 1896 (race record). Best mile by a gelding, 2:07, Lord Derby, New York, Sept. 10, 1900.

1 mile, fastest two-heat race—2:07%, 2:06%, Cresceus. Cleveland, O., July 28, 1900.

1 mile, fastest three consecutive heats—Bv a mare, in a race, 2:06, 2:06%, 2:05%, Allx. Terre Haute, Ind., Aug. 17. 1894; by a stallion. In a race, 2:07%, 2:06. 2:06, Cresceus, Cleveland, O., Aug. 1. 1900; Tommy Britton. Columbus, O., Aug. 4, 1899; by geldings, in a race, 2:06%, 2:06%, 2:0G%, W. J. Lewis, Columbus, O., Sept. 22. 1906.

1 mile, fastest four-heat race—2:09, 2:08yt, 2:07%, 2:08, Fantasy, Readville, Mass., Aug. 27-28, 1S96 (Kentucky Union won third heat).

1 mile, fastest five-heat race—2:05%, 2:04%, 2:05. 2:08%. 2:09. Sweet Marie, Lexington, Ky.. Oct. 6. 1904 (Tiverton won the first and second heats). By 3-year-olds, 2:09%, 2:09%, 2:11%, 2:13, 2:09%, Grace Bond, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 4 (Alta Axworthy won the third and fourth heats).

1 mile, fastest six-heat race—2:0s1/,. 2:09%, 2:07%, 2:08, 2:09, 2:09%, Ozanam, Lexington, Oct. 9, 1902 (Major Delmar won the first and Trince

■ Orangethe third and fourth heats).

1 mile, over half-mile track—Bv -a mare, 2:07, Sweet Marie, Allentown, Pa., Sept. 21. 1907; by 3-year-old mare. 2:15%. Ruth Dillon, Cfawfordsville, Ind., Aug. 29. 1907. By a stallion, 2:08, Cresceus, Omaha, Neb.. Sept. 19, 1903; by a gelding, 2:08%, George G.. Lima, O., Oct. 2, 1906.

1% miles—2:22%. Major Delmar, Memphis, Oct. 23. 1902.

2 miles—4:17, Cresceus. Memphis. Oct. 31, 1902; race record, .4:36"/]. Nightingale. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1894. On half-mile track, 4:46, Masconoma. Lewiston, Me., Sept. 7, 1906.

3 miles—6:55%. Nightingale. Nashville. Tenn., Oct. 20. 1893; race record, 7:19%, Bishop Hero, Oakland. Cal.. Oct. 7, 1893.

4 miles—10:12, Senator L., San Jose. Cal.. Nov. 1, 1894; race record. 11:05, Lady Dooley, San Francisco. Cal.. July 1. 18G9.

5 miles—12:30%, Bishop Hero, Oakland, Cal., Oct. 14. 1893 (race record).

6 miles—16:08. against time. Long Time, Denver, Col.. May 31, 1893.

10 miles—26:15. Pascal. New York citv, Nov. 2, 1893; race record, 27:23%. Controller, 'San Francisco. Cal.. Nov. 23, 1878.

20 miles—58:25, Capt. Macgowan, Boston, Mass., Oct. 2. 1865.

60 miles—3:52:00. Ginger, Bath Road, England, July 10, 18S7: America, 3:55:40%, Ariel, Albany, N. Y., May 5, 1846.

100 miles—8:55:53, Conqueror, Long Island, Nov. 12, 1853.

TROTTING TO WAGON.

1 mile—2:00, Lou Dillon, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 28. 1903; two successive heats. 2:05% and 2:04%, Major Delmar, Cleveland, 0., Oct. 7. 1905.

2 miles—4:56%. Dexter, Long Island, Oct. 4, 1865 (race record).

3 miles—7:53%. Prince, Union course, Long Island. Sept. 15, 1857 (race record).

5 miles—13:16. Fillmore, San Francisco, April 18, 1863 (race record).

10 miles—29:04%. Julia Aldrich. San Francisco, Cal.. April 20, 187S (race record).

20 miles—58:57, Controller, San Francisco, April 20, 1878.

50 miles—3:58:08. Spangle. Union course. Long Island, Oct. 15, 1855.

TROTTING TO HIGH SULKY.

1 mile—2:05, Lou Dillon. Cleveland. O., Sept. 11, 1903: 2:07. Major Delmar. Memphis. Tenn.. Oct.

26. 1904 (nonbali-bearing sulky): 2:08%, Maud S., Glenville, 1885.

TEAMS TO TOLE.

1 mile—2:07%, The Monk and Equity, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 21, 1904.

BEST TACING RECORDS. % mile—:27%, Dan Patch. Memphis, Tenn., Oct.

27. 1903; :28, Star Pointer, Sept. 28. 1897 (against time, accompanied by a tunning horse).

% mile—:56, Dan Patch. Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 27 1903 (against time); :57%. Star Pointer, Philadelphia. Pa.. Sept. 17. 1898 (against time, accompanied by a running horse)

% mile—1:26%, Prince Alert (with wind shield), Empire track. New York, Sept. 23, 1903.

1 mile—1:55, Dan Patch, St. Paul, Sept. 8, 1900 (with dust shield, a runner in front and at one side); 1:55%. Dan Patch. Lexington, Kv.. Oct. 7. 1905 (with wind shield and runner at side): 1-58 Dan Patch. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1905 (without wind shield); 1:59%, Audubon Boy, Readville, Mass.. Sept. 22, 1905 (exhibition race; runnelleft at start); 2:00%, The Broncho, Galesburg. Aug. 25, 1906 (without wind shield or'pacemaker); fastest in competition. 2:01%. Ecstatic, Readville. Mass.. Aug. 31. 1906. Best mile by a mare 2:00%, Darlel, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 24, 1903 Best mile by a mare in a race, 2:02%. The Broncho, Cleveland, O., Aug. 3, 1906.

1 mile, yearlings—Best mile'bv a colt against time. 2:22, Kosedale Stockton, Cal., Nov. 14, 1893; race record, 2:33%. Ambulator, Sturgis, Mich., Sept.

28. 1893. Best mile by a filly against time. 2:20%. Belie Acton, Lyons, Neb., Oct. 14, 1892; race record. 2:30%. Belle Acton, Topeka, Kas., Sept. 14. 1892. Best mile by a gelding, 2:28%, Rollo, Independence, Iowa, Oct. 27. 1891.

1 mile. 2-year-olds—Best mile bv a colt against time, 2:07%. Directly, Galesburg, 111., Sept. 20, 1894; race record. 2:11. Svmbelecr. Dallas, Tex., Nov. 3, 1894. Best mile by a fillv. 2:10%, Ecstasy. Lexington, Ky.. Oct. 15, 1898 (race record regardless of sex).

1 mile. 3-year-olds—Best mile bv a colt, 2:05%, Klatawah, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 28, 1898 (race record regardless of sex). Best mile bv a fillv, 2:09%, Little Squaw. Dallas, Tex., Oct. 14. 1899. Best mile by a gelding. 2:09%. Agitator, Woodland, Cal., Aug. 27, 1896. and King of Diamonds. Lexington. Ky.. Oct. 17. 189G.

1 mile, 4-year-olds—Best mile bv a colt against time, 2:04, Online, Sioux Citv. Oct. 12, 1894; race record. 2:04%. Searchlight, Dubuque, Iowa, Aug. 23, 1898: Be Sure, Terre Haute, Ind., Aug. 9 1895, and Ananias, Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. 29. 1897.

1 mile—Best mile by a filly. 2:05%. The Maid, Columbus, O.. Aug. 2, 1899 (race record). Best mile by a gelding, kite-shaped track. W. Wood. Stockton, Cal.. Nov. 1, 1892; race record, 2:07%. Palmyra Boy. Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 14. 1897, and King of Diamonds, St. Joseph. Mo., Aug. 28. 1897.

1 mile, 5-year olds—Best mile bv a stallion, 2:03%, Searchlight, Columbus, O.. Aug. 2, 1899 (race record). Best mile by a mare. 2:05%. Bessie Bonehill. Terre Haute, Ind.. Sept. 29. 1897 (race record). Best mile hy a gelding. 2:02%. Caney, Cleveland, O., July 24. 1900 (race record).

1 mile, fastest two-heat race—2:03%, 2:02%, Joe Patchen, Wichita, Kas., Sept. 27, 1899. By a mare, 2:03, 2:0314, The Broncho, Cleveland, O., Aug. 3, 1906.

1 mile, fastest three-heat race—2:00%, 2:02%, 2:03%, Bolivar, Readville, Mass., Aug. 25, 1906; fastest three consecutive heats, 2:03, 2:03%, 2:02%, The Broncho, Cleveland, O., Aug. 3, 1906; 2:02V,, 2:03%, 2:03%, Star Pointer, Boston, Mass., Sept. 18. 1896.

1 mile, fastest four-heat race—2:03%, 2:04%, 2:04%, 2:02%. Robert J., Columbus, O., Aug. 6, 1896 (Frank Agan won first heat).

1 mile, fastest five-heat race—2:03%, 2:05, 2:05%, 2:05%, 2:06, Frank Agan, Providence, R. I., Sept. 10. 1896 (Robert J. won first and second heats).

1 mile, fastest six-heat race—2:07%. 2:05%, 2:04%, 2:05%, 2:07%, 2:06%, Planet. Columbus, O.. Aug. 7, 1897 (Alleen won first and Frank Bogash second and third heats); 2:04%, 2:04%. 2:05%, 2:05%, 2:07, 2:08%. Anaconda, Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. 21, 1898 (Bumps won first and second and Directly third heats).

1 mile, half-mile track—2:04%, Joe Patchen. Boston. Mass.. Oct. 28, 1896; race record. 2:04%, Joe Patchen, Lima, O., July 4, 1900, and Prince Alert, Allentown, Pa., Sept. 25, 1901.

2 miles—4:19%, Chehalis, Salem, Ore., Oct. 7. 1897; by a stallion, 2:24%, Nervolo, Memphis, Oct. 29. 1902.

3 miles—7:33%, Joe Jefferson, Knoxville, Iowa, Nov. 6, 1891; race record, 7:44, James K. Polk, Centerville, L. I.. Sept. 13, 1847.

4 miles—10:10. Joe Jefferson. Knoxville, Iowa, Nov. 13, 1891; race record, 10:34%, Longfellow, San Francisco. Cal., Dec. 31, 1869.

5 miles—12:54%, Lady St. Clair. San Jose, Cal., Dec. 11, 1874 (race record and to wagon).

PACING TO WAGON.

1 mile—1:57%, Dan Patch. Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 27, 1903; best three heats in race, 2:06%, 2:04%. 2:06%, Angus Pointer. Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 20, 1904 (Baron Grattan won first heat).

3 miles—7:53, Longfellow, Sacramento, Cal., Sept.

5 miles—12:54%, Lady St. Clair, as above.

TEAMS TO POLE.

% mile—:29%. Hontas Crooke and Prince Direct,

Cleveland. O., July 22, 1905. % mile—1:00%. Prince Direct and Morning Star,

Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 21, 1904. 1 mile—2:05%, Prince Direct and Morning Star,

Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 21, 1904.

ONE-MILE TROTTING RECORDS.

Made since 1806.

Horse. Time. Month. Yea'

Yankee 2:59 June 1806

Boston Horse 2:48% August 1810

Troupe, 2:43% 1826

Edwin Forrest 2:31% May 9 1834

Lady Suffolk 2:29% Oct. 13 1845

lelham 2:28 July 2 1849

Highland Maid 2:27 June 15 1853

Flora Temple 2:24% Sept. 2 1856

F ora Temple 2:22 Aug. 9 1859

Flora Temple 2:21% Oct. 7 1859

Flora Temple 2:19% Oct. 15 1859

Dexter 2:19 July 30 1867

Re,X,ter,.V,V^ 2:1714 Aug. 14 1867

Goldsmith Maid 2:17 Sept. 6 1871

Goldsmith Maid 2:16% June 9 .... 1872

Goldsmith Maid 2:16 July 16 1874

Goldsmith Maid 2:15% Aug. 7 1874

Gnldsm th Mad 2:14% Aug. 12 1874

Goldsmith Maid 2:14 Sept. 2 1874

J?""8,. 2:13% Aug. 3 187S

St. Julien 2:12% Oct. 25 1879

Maud S 2:11% Aug. 12 1880

gf- J,"11TM 2:11% Aug. 27 1880

Maud S 2:10% Sept. 18 1880

M-nu<' S 2:io% July 13 1881

Maud S... 2:10% Aug. 11 1881

Jay Eye See 2:10 Aug. l 1884

Malld | 2:09% Aug. 2 1884

J'aid S 2:09% Nov. 11 1884

Maud S...., 2:08% July 30 1885

Sunol 2:08% Oct. 20 1891

Nancy Hanks 2-07% Aug. 17 1892

Nancy Hanks 2:05% Aug. 31 1892

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RECORDS LOWERED OR TIED IN 1907.

Jan. 11—5% furlongs, running, 1:05%, Colloquy, New Orleans.

Jan. 19—5% furlongs, running, 1:05%, Charlie Eastman, New Orleans.

July 16—1% miles, running, 1:50%, Charles Ed

. ward. Brighton Beach.

Aug. 20—1 mile, trotting, by 3-year-old stallions, 2:09%, Gen. Watts, Readville, Mass.

Aug. 29—1 mile, trotting by 3-year-olds, on halfmile track, 2:15%, Ruth Dillon, Crawfordsville, Ind.

Sept. 12—1 mile, trotting, by 3-year-old stallions, 2:09, Kentucky Todd, Indianapolis, Ind.

Sept. 19—1 mile, trotting, by 3-year-olds, all sexes, 2:08%, Kentucky Todd, Columbus, O.

Sept. 21—1 mile, trotting, on half-mile track, 2:07, Sweet Marie. Allentown, Pa.

Oct. 14—6% furlongs, running, 1:17%, Brookdale Nymph, Belmont Park.

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WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES. The Chicago National league and the Detroit American league baseball teams, champions in their respective associations, played for the championship of the world in Chicago October, 1907, with the following result:

AT CHICAGO, OCT. 8. 123456789 10 11 12 R.H.E. Chicago ....0 0010000200 0—3 10 5

Detroit 0 0000003000 0—3 9 3

Batteries—Reulbacu-Overall-Kling, Chicago; Donovan-Schmidt, Detroit.

AT CHICAGO, OCT. 9. v

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Chicago 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 *—3 D 1

Detroit 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—1 9 1

Batteries—Pfiester-Kling, Chicago; Mullin-Payne,
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AT CHICAGO. OCT. 10.
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Chicago 0 1 0 3 1 0 0

Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Batteries—Reulbach-Kling, Chicago; lian-Schmidt. Detroit.

AT DETROIT, OCT. 11.

12 3 4 5 6 7 8

Chicago 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0

Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Batteries — Overall - Kling, Chicago;
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AT DETROIT, OCT. 12.

12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.H.E.

Chicago 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—2 7 0

Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—0 7 2

Batteries—Brown-Kling, Chicago; Mullin-Archer Detroit.

ATTENDANCE AND RECEIPTS.

Game. Attendance. Receipts.

£lrst , 24.377 $29,162.50

£'.'<.'0°|J 21.901 26,430.00

Third 13,114 16,212.50

'•,'TM:tb 11.306 17.285.50

Fmh 7,370 12,638.00

To'als 78,068 101,728.50

Ten per cent of the gross receipts went to the national commission for expenses and of the remainder 60 per cent to the players and 40 per cent to the club owners. Of the players' share the winning team took 60 per cent and the losing team 40 per cent.

In 1903 the Boston American league team won the world s championship bv defeating the Pittsburg National league club, taking Ave out of eight games. In 1905 the New York team of the National

league defeated the Philadelphia American leadic club in four out of five games. No world's championship games were played in 1904. In 1906 the Chicago American league team defeated the Chicago Nationals in four out of six games.

LONGEST GAMES IN 1907.

American League—Sept. 30: Detroit. 9; Phlladel phia. 9; seventeen innings. July 15: Boston, 5, St. Louis, 2; sixteen innings.

National League—May 30: Cincinnati, 7; St. Louis, 5; fifteen innings. June 6: Cincinnati, 4; Brooklyn, 4; fifteen innings.

RECORD OF NO-HIT GAMES.

1879—Richmond (Worcester) vs. Cleveland. 1880—Corcoran (Chicago) vs. Boston.

Galvin (Buffalo) vs. Worcester. 1882—Corcoran (Chicago) vs. Worcester. 1883—Radbourne (Providence) vs. Cleveland.

Daly (Cleveland) vs. Philadelphia. 1884—Corcoran (Chicago) vs. Providence.

Galvin (Buffalo) vs. Detroit. 1885—Clarkson (Chicago) vs. Providence.

Ferguson (Philadelphia) vs. Providence. 1887—Seward (Philadelphia) vs. Brooklyn.

Weyhing (Philadelphia) vs. Baltimore. 1891—Lovett (Brooklyn) vs. New York.

Rusie (New York) vs. Brooklyn. 1892—Stivetts (Boston) vs. Brooklyn.

Jones (Pittsburg) vs. Cincinnati. 1893—Hawke (Baltimore) ys. Washington. 1897—Young (Cleveland) vs. Cincinnati. 1898—Hughes (Baltimore) vs. Boston.

Breitenstein (Cincinnati) vs. Pittsburg.

Donahue (Philadelphia) vs. Boston. 1899—IMiillippe (Louisville) vs. Washington.

Willis (Boston) vs. New York. 1900—Hahn (Cincinnati) vs. Philadelphia. 1901—Mathewson (New York) vs. St. Louis. 1902—Callahan (Chicago) vs. Detroit. 1903—Fraser (Philadelphia) vs. Chicago. 1904—Young (Boston) vs. Philadelphia.

Tannehill (Boston) vs. Chicago. 1905— Mathewson (New York) vs. Chicago.

Henley (Philadelphia) vs. St. Louis.

Smith (Chicago) vs. Detroit.

Dineen (Boston) vs. Chicago. 1906—Eason (Brooklyn) vs. St. Louis.

Lush (Philadelphia) vs. Brooklyn. 1907—Pfeffer (Boston) vs. Cincinnati!

Maddox (Pittsburg) vs. Brooklyn.

IN OTHER LEAGUES. The record of games won and lost and the percentages of the clubs in the other leading baseball associations in 1907 follow:

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