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THE WORLD TUESDAY EVEITTINTG 1UNE 29 1904
J i r COLLEGE CREWS l SPORTS EDITED BY HIGHLANDERS ALMOST ROBERT EDGREN J
t EVENING WORLD I ROW TODAY i IN FIRST PLACE I
f THE COL MBIA AND CORNELL VARSITY CREWS COMPETITORS N iDAYS INTERCOLLEGIATE RACES
1 t U t i
C4Pt J2D7 COMztff3ui I
j Pousrhkeepsie Was Crowded with Enthusiasts
i M 11 r and Colors of All the Competing Crews
< Were Everywhere Along Course
I HAW OUT OF LUCK COMES
t IN FOR ADVERSE t COMMENT
iti Jockey Has Ridden Only Two Winners
iw in the Last Fifteen Days and His
r Losing on Favorites Has Caused
More or Less Talk
Aftcr the running of the last race
4 Shcepshend yesterday there waa
iiuch comment on the riding of Jockey
t IL huw lie had had the mount on
but
I Mirumnstcr a strong favorite
VMS never prominent There has been
1 more or less talk about Shaw during
ii Uie past two weeks Evory ono It
cady to kick a boy when ho Is down
I j ind Just now Shaw appears to bo
ii Jown with a vengeance lie has rid
len only two winners In the last
U I them days Shaw has simply struck
4ii hut bad rut which comes to all Jockeys
4 l It came to Cormack at Wcntchestcr
1 where that youngster was apparently
riding In grand form Tho Illluck of
t k Shaw has attracted attention and It
j ivas the final slap In the face which
I his own stable gave him that put
every ono wise to his poor work
4 It was not BO long agoat West
Chester In fact just after Shaw had
ridden a brilliant race on Tanya In
tho National Stallion Stakes that Mr
Dwyer publicly declared that Shaw
was tho most wonderful rider In the
vorld Time seems to have changed
t tr Dwyers opinion for he has forsaken
S
k saken Shaw for Hlldebrand It Is a
question If Shaw has had a fair deal
The writer believes Shaw Is a boy
j Who does his best at all tlmes
The fact that Irish Lad ran a bad
PS
race In the Suburban was not due to
m Shaw It was because the stable was
1
trying an experiment with Irish Ltd
and equipped him with blinkers But
when Hlldebrand rode Irish Lad In
the Advance Irish Lad wore no blink
ers and he wore a burr on the side
of his mouth
Iiuprowtnent Wa ntural
c 1 That Irish Lad ran > Improved
race waa natural but doubt there
were many who asci the change
I t to the superiority of Hlldebrand over
tIc YEARLINGS BRING I
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unp Thoroughbred vearllnirs from
1 Jio Dixlana Stud were sold this after
loon and were bought for fair prices
rho buyers were
r B c h > Dr Mcllrlde Or c Ie T J
= k Healy ttO
I 4 in < h c by Dr McBrMe eTruly S Hurt
44j JWP
r bi P c by Dr Mcllrld SlM lretta S
p tL t Hart JSiiO
t4 U c by Oold CreolDIllk O r John
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1 ton IHO
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B c by Dr lcl1rtdQuonl r J
J Dwr IItoo
1 t k DalyCjfNiy Dr Mcllrld HIiihfllKht VT O
F L I flay EfN
t i 41 II c h Pr lcIJrtdTrndelllh O I
f ti J JotnMn ItlNJ
I 4 i li chy lontfllht Kellcltle F llurlc
b1c i
Clf c by Dr lcllrJdYonll Hvllccon
fe t VI O F Jhnon u
r 4 n > y ur jlcUrtde Ijidy Hlmmel C
F Johnson 100
tfr 1 ti1 Dark br I by Dr McflrhIeItana T
J llttly tlOW
F j i1 B f by Dr Mcnrlde Hillock Banner O
r Johnn tun
II c by Dr McDrlde Jenny Monroe J
n ht npIIiy Ilrl
H c by iontestor Soon Man D Ollrlcn
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nr f by Contestor Olla W I > Jennlnns
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I II or br f by Contentor The Uroonr W
1 I J Young Slfr
e Br or b c by Contestorr Kloren W J
y < Young 100
7 f U c by Klnmton Royal Gem L O Ap
i plebyy S1oo
ttit Blklt by Orden Ethel Oreen L D Bul
Ihan SIf
1 t2 D f by Oiden Mist Tenny J Duffy
tf ftt U t by Knlht of the Thistle Gentility
4 Is 0 ApploM 45OO
Dtt by Gold ccrnt Lena L A Lal
00 1nOIIOO
161 la ch L by Eth lb rt lonlsj a r
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Shaw Yesterday this comparison wa
n aln made when Hlldebrand won th
Knualltv Stakes very easily with Doll
Spanker who was an milled starter
Shaw rodo Dolly Spanker In tho Swift
Stakes on June 21 and waa badly beat
en But on that occasion Dolly
Spanker carried 118 pounds and met
with such horae as Itryn Mawr and
llroomitlck
There were no such horsea In the
Equality yesterday and moreover
Dolly Spanker only carried 103 pounds
It Is conceded that Hlldebrand la su
perior to any othei boy for making
sprinters run further than any ono
else But he Is having all the luck
He Is having his choice of mounts
Just aa Fuller had last year and
Just ai other jockeya had In rear be
fore
It Is the horse that make the Jockey
Shaws apparently bad ride on Auru
master In thn last race was due to
tho fact that on the horkntretch Sal
ora moved up suddenly and cut across
Aurumaster forcing Shaw to pull
up quickly It wan simply another
Instance of the hard luck that the
boy Is In at prraent
Daleman Wa Good
Daleaman was a remarkably good
horse yesterday He has shown no
form which entitled him to run such
a remarkable race ai yesterday but
the victory was anticipated by those
who knew that he had been run out
of his distance In previous races lie
was backed from 10 to 1 to 4 to 1 and
many thousands were taken out of
the ring In conequence
Dalesman limply galloped In front
all the way showing that he li a
grand horse over a distance of ground
Heretofore he has been run In sprint
races where hn had no chance
Another killing was attempted by
the owner of Casclne and he wa
backed from 20 toarc to 13 foIdL Unfor
tunately his rider Coleman adopted
roughhouse tactIcs and came to
grief at the hands of the stewards
who disqualified Casclne
Johnson S100
Moonshine b t by Prep 0 DayMakal
lah W C Daly 106
Enie4lna eh t hy tthelbertSIha
G F lohnlOn 100
H nori by Hondiome nnroungla 0 F
Johnson 100
SIr c hy nerrantnmlm II Over
tnn Ch t by Invernesi On the Way J Uren
ton fO
B f by Dr IfubrouekAnlldl J
Janice 171
fh f by St Maxim Slnmhouln O F
Johnson Jlno
Ch f by Inverness Fanllke J Jamei
llr f ty Inverness Th > Princess nr
runore fliiO
nmII f bv IadlnFIIN W IV Frwall
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BONES FOR WATCH CHARMS
Coronrm ll llltr Ivrr Skrlolon
Vhllc IVopIr Carry II III lu III in
Sperlnl t Tho Evrnliw WnrM I I
WILKKSHARUK 1a June 15The I
cnfs of an unlilentlllpd uKidi foiun
near Mountain Top seven wieks ago
nre now IwInK midi Into watch charms
I
by the men and hoys of that town and
alf qulto a fail Tho authorities owlnn
to a dlspjte atiiut township lioundartrs
did not touch the keeton and It has
remained whore It xr found ever
since
As the watch charm fad extends it
will nil disappear All the smaller
bones have stone and some of the larger
onos nri broken
The March of IrbKrou
I
From the Chlcaco Tribune
Unsophisticated passenger In street
car of 1000 I notice you dont stop
when anybody wants to get off Why l
thnt
Motorman youll look bark youll
understand II This cars made of rub
ber The rear part stops to let a pn > I
ffenscr 911 or oft while tho rest of the
car Btrotclic on ahead Saves time
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JOYCE TO START
IN IRISH GAMES
John Joyce holder of the fivemile
tenmile and crosscountry ohunmlun
shIps us well as the threemile metro
politan championship will be a starter
in the threuinlle Imndlc4ip event at the
carnival uf sports to be ield by the
Oreutcr Now York Irlsli A A at Celtic
lark on July 4 and AH many other
I prominent distance runners nave sent
In their entries the race will no doubt
bo an Interesting ono Among those
who will compete against Joyce are
I George llonlmg former twomile chan
plou C C Nnlsmlth the crack two I
I mller of Colgate University W cL I
I Frank the crack cyclist of the Twnty
I vecond Iteglmeut And Harvey Cohn of
tin UI non I er Now York Irish A Ilio I
other athletic events on the programme
have also been well entered
BROAD AND DUANE I
TO FIGHT fOR 500 I
Danny Duane the clever and hard
hitting lightweight of this city and
Kid Broad of Cleveland have been
mulched to trv conclusions In a twenty
lound bout In private the latter part of I
this week for a ride bet of S500 and the
gate receipt The mill will be brought
oft In a roadhouse on Long Island
This will be the first battle Broad has
enKiiiccd In for some time Ills last bat
tle having been fought In New Orleans
many months ago As both men are
strong rugged lighters they ought to
furnish a great battle They have be
run training for the contest
LA ROCHE TO TRY
fOR NfW RECORD
o
F A La Roche reached New York
late last nlirht on the lUXtmlla non
stop test to break the record of liKJj
miles made by S F Edpe In England
A J TMcard started with the car Sun
day night with C R Wells us observer
lIe reached Boston yesterday morning
Mr La lloche boarded the car at lips
tonThe schedule calls for two thirtyhour
round trips to Hoston and a round trip
to Philadelphia
The roiulu were In bail shape about
Hartford and vicinity
The only nonstop record ever made
In AmeruM wan by Pharle n UrldB
way wi mi 5 < < l miles hut was forced
to null nviiiK to had wiwthrr
COLLEGIANS PLAY
fAST LAWN TENNIS
Collegiate tennis experts provided
spectacular sport for the opening round
of tho Middle KUUCH championship
tournuinbiii ytsiciday on tile cuurm
of the UraiiKtf Lawn Tennis Club
Tho contoit of tho day was that In
WIILII o iiuuii J ClothiiT of Harvard
loot to itO inond U Lltll In sliulglu
BetS by the score 61 bI Little fti
iiucntlf hot short bulls over the nut
to Clothier and compelled his oppon
ent to come up on the run and in
the event of gOod returns then drove
the bull over nifaln for a pass
Holirrt Leroy the Columbia Univer
sity player defeated his doubles part
ner In two spirited sets E 11 Dew
hurst the Unlvcrolty of Pennsylvania
player displayed fine form and won
hU match with cast
VI 1
AMATEUR BALL PLAYERS
The Evening World will publish every day in the Sporting Edition
bonews of the amateur baseball players scores of their games chal
lenges a Address all eommanleationt to the Amateur Baseball Editor
i of The mvenml World Pulitzer Building New York
I
The American F C would like to ar I
range games with teams averaging
fourteen years For particular apply
to William Null No 4R Lafayette ave
nue itrooklyn
The Crescent Juniors woull like to
arrange games with teams averaging
from ten to twelve years of age for
outside bots of two or three dollar
All dates open Address J Ritchie No
I W Vest Twentysixth itreot New
York
Tho dreeleys defeated the itronjt
Manhattan Collego Reserve team Sat
urday Juno 25 at Clmppaqua by the
score of 11 to 3 De Molts heady work
with men on bases was largely respon
slbln for the small score of the college
boys whll tho flrmleys hutt il thn op
posing pitcher it will Score by lnnlnn
hreelRys 2fl2 I 3 0 1 2 11
Manhattan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J 0 3
Batteries DP Mott and Adams J
Dougherty and J V Dougherty
The Acme A C defeated the Ml
Vonioii Y M r A midgets on Satii
I day by a score of 9 to 7 Tho features
of the came were Guturdlncs home
run PedrVs catching and Nelleya base
riming The score
AcmeAC 0 I 0 0 0 0 4 9
Mount Vcrnon 01 2 n 2 2 0 0 0 7
Biterles Acme OtitordlnK and Pie
drn Mount Vernon Kendall and Olhbo
Mnrrliinin v S Elton Juniors played
at Inwood Oval
MlBnaOQOl 030000000000000000 4
Elton 10002010000000000000001
Battorlis Yule and Rothlem Fred
ricks and Shultz
The Hrockton F C have disbanded
I for the season Teams that have bookeit
ames with them kindly take notice
L SteIner No 131 Second avenue
The Morning Telegraph office boys
have organized a baseball team ana
would like to arrange games with any
local team averaging from twelve to
thirteen years of age They would also
ho very Kind to arrange camea for
Sundays only with other newspaper
baseball teams Address William Far
rell No 460 West Fortytlrst street
The Clifton on Sunday defeated the
Beckman F C by a score of 21 to 3 I
The feature of the game was the all
around nlnyCne of Merlea and the bat
hog of Fetney who nude five singles
JJeekman F C1 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 2 3
Cllftons 4 6 1 5 4 1 0 21
Battery for winners Murray and Mc
Keen Vmpire Lyons 1
The champion Clarodon baseball team
of Ilergen County N 1 would like to
arrange a tame of baseball with some
strons team Tho Washington of Hills
ilnlo or the Westwood if Bergen
County would suit us July 4 morning
and afternoon open Address all ehai
Icnccs to Manager Blir Frank No ir1
Clinton nvonio Vwtt IFobiken N 1
The Danube A C wishes to play
uniformed teams that average eighteen
METROPOLITAN Ao A0 U
ARRANGES FOR MEETS
I The Track and Field Chnmplonshlp
Committee of tle Metropolitan Associa
tion of the A A P consIstIng of II
Obertubbeslng chairman New West
I
Side A C M J Flynn Sur A C
Capt John J Dixon Fortyseventh
Regiment A A W C J Kelly Mott
Haven A C Ilirtow S Weeks New
York A C V W Rublen St Georgi
A C Thomas F OTrtcn Warren A
C George W Harnlsch Pastime A C
Thomas J Nevln St Hartholomew
A C and Dan 1 Huss of the Na I
tional A C met laat evening nt the
olllee of J 1C Sullivan No 15 Warren
street for the purpose of arranging for
the annual track and field meeting of
the Asrucliitlon It was decided by the
committee to divide tho senior from tile
Junior championship events this year
I Tho junior championships will be held
II at tho grounds of the Greater New
oYrk Irish A A at Celtic Park on
Aug 13 thUd the senior events will INI
given under the auspices of the Now
York Athletic Club at Trnvers Island
lOll Auc 10
I The prize for the junior champion
I
year or over Would also like to hear
from a good battery Address William
Lvsourd No Vfi East One Hundred nnd
Fiftythird street
The Gramcry A C defeated the Exe
ter F C In a wellplayed game Score
Gratnoicy 0 1 0 0 I 1 1 0 0 4
Kxvtor 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
llatterlefl Coleman and Downey
Sprnguo and Jacks
On Saturday last the Hardlyables mot
their first defeat of tho season at the
hands of the Wnshlngtons Store
Hnrdlyable 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 6
Washington 0 0 3 0 2 1 2 2 lu
Batterlps DMancy and O Neil Cook
Randall mid Snugg
A good player would like to join a
team averaging fifteen years will lIlac
Saturdays Sundays and holidays Can
play left Held or pitch Address C
> ytli nee No 3W Van Slclcn avenue
UroDklyn
Till Blue Ribbons have the following
dates open for teams averaging from
tl Irtren to tlfteen years July 4 morn
Ill and afternoon July 10 17 31 and
all dates In August and September Ad
dress John Hresaler No 237 East Nine
tyfourth street city
The Cricket A C would like to ar
range games with teams averaging ten
to twelve yenra Address H Savage
No SIS Columbus avenue
Tho Colonial F C would llko to book
oiitoftiwn games for Saturdays with
rtrstclass teams offering gocd guaran
tee July 2 Is an open date Address
L W DavIs No 307 Wcst One Hun
dred and Thirtyeighth street New
York
The Military Juniors defeated the
Clover A C of Wllllamfhurg by the
score of 7 to 2 The feature of the
We wish
game wan Hugs1 pitching e
trames with teams averaging fourteen
to fifteen v ars Address Thomas Acne
on No 135 Ton Eyck streM Brooklyn
Monarch A C have a few Wednes
days Saturdpys Sundays and holiday
dates op n for teams offering good In
ducements Address F Feldtmnn No
40 White street New York
I Ths Moholil B B C would be
oleisfd to book names for Sunday after
noons with teams averaging seventeen
I
years of age Newton Coon S Cooley
place Mount Vernon N Y
The Atlantic Juniors hive the follow
ing late open which they would like
to nil with teams aemgln 13 to is
vus July I t 0 Ifi 23 31 Would lIke
jUo to hear from a few good nil
round plovers Address William Cun
nliiKhatn No Stt Columbus avenue
Thn llemlivk fl U C would like to nr
range antes with teams averaging for
tech viars Address Edward Johnson
No oS9 last One Hundred and Forty
swonl street Bronx
ships will be donated as IIlual by men
who are Interested In the advancement I
of iithlntlc sports and In addition to
the prize n banner will bo orferivl to
the club whose athletes scorn the great
est nuirtber of points on the hisls uf
five for Ural thH for seconds nnd
one for thirds In each event
Entry blanks for the Junior champion I
ships will be ready for distribution In
III fen days All applications will re
ceive prompt attention by addressing I
the chairman II Obertubbe > Ing Box
611 Now York
SPORTING
CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB
PACINO AT SHEElSHBAD HAY
June in to July 3 3a V M lUIn or shine
TUB STIKitfl1 OUI I and 4
Illh HIV
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Mill UAT TIIK HAY IUDOE I oIlier rw
Leave Hut 31th It K It via Ih I It It
at II A M IJ1U It 1SM IIWI Iurlur I
Cur Train 110 It il 210 J40 S10 P M
Take fmyfcoat font WhlteliaU > i N Y 11
A M and thereafter every 20 mInutes con
irctlri at He > i llrooklyn 1U mlnuira
by Ilronklyn n nlJ Transit All Brooklyn
trolley car tranAIr direct to truck Concert
hv lAnder Oranrt atoj 12 tIM IUana 71c
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1 WILL rocovir all money lot iTHmbllnic at
the race track without coats to client
CIlMUKH S HAVES Coun UorltLaw
WorM Uulldlnc I
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CHANCE FOR RECORD
IN HURDLE RACES
An Interesting event to be decided at
the athletic meet to be held on July
M lit tin ipenlii of 1plham Bay Park
will be the 410yard hurdle race han
dicap The stars in this race will bo
Harry Hlllnian the crack hurdler of
the New York A C holder of the
metropolitan championship for the 220
yard hurdle race and former holder of
the national championship and W
Castleman captain of Colgate Univer
sity track team who represented the
Greater New York Irish A A In the
Worlds Fair championships and won
the 120yard hurdle race Hlllman and
Castleman will Ian trom scratch In
this event and as they will be pitied
against some of the best hurdlers In
the metropolitan district It would not
v > FiirDrlsns if a new worlds record
were mal
Hollywood Coif Schcdnle
The following schedule of vents has
been arranged for the season of 1P < 14 by I
the Hollywood Golf Club July 2 to 4
Independence Cup and tennis ladle
slnclea and mens doubles July 16
Ilesidonfs Cup US holes match play
hnndlinn July 23 Tennis mens sin
rlcR and mixed double Aug 6Vlcc
president s Cup OS holes match play
hnndlcup AUK 10 Ladles Cup ns
holes mifh play Aug M Mixed four
some 8ppt S to Championship Cup
match pixy scratch
Ram Threatened to Mar Sport but Before
Varsity FourOared Event the Weather
Cleared and Conditions Were Perfect
i
HARVARD AND YALE GET
LITTLE WORK IN BOATS
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Special to The Evening World
HARVARD CREW QUARTERS RED
TOP Conn Juno SThe Harvard
crews had a snap yesterday They did
but little work Coach Colson says he
will work them easy from now until the
evening of the Mth The men ore all In
splendid condition although the terrific
heat of Sunday pulled them down a bit
In weight
The two crews went out quite early
yesterday afternoon and paddled along
side each other down stream The var
sity were rowing about a JS stroke but
they managed to pull away from the
kids although the latter were rowing
about a SO stroke
S
THE YALE CREWS
Special to The Evening WorldS
YALE QUARTKKS GALES FERRY
LABOR DAY REGATTA
ON HARLEM RIVER
A meeting of the Middle States Re
gatta Association waa held at Pabsts
Hotel One Hundred and Twentyfifth
street last night to decide upon the list
of events for the Labor Day regatta
An octuple shell race for junior scull
era was added to the days sport
The events selected were as follows
Junior single sculls Intermediate In
gle sculls association single scull lien
ior single sculls junior doublo sculls
Intermediate quadruple sculls Junior
fouroared gig senior fouroared shell
Junior octuple sculls Intermediate eight
oared shell senior eightoared shell
Junior fouroared barge senior four
oared barge
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MRDICAl AND SURGICAL OFFICE
146 West 34th St1 New York N Y
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