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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, AUOUgT 10, IVli.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
THE BIG FACTORS
WESTERN PAIR WIN
IN LEAGUE RACES
JOHNSON MAY COME BACK TO FILL THEM HIMSELF
ELENA AGAIN LEADS
RACING YACHT FLEET;
IS FIRST AT NEWPORT
Beats Her Rivals Enchantress
and Irolita in Fast Run
From New London.
Copyright, lllli by the Press Publishing Co. (The New York World).
.yb Johnson Doesn't Know
Whether He Will Quit the Ring
b The I'rsss NMMMN Ot
T',. Maw Ynrk wniiai.
JfcCK JOHNSON evidently likes tn
kHV 8he flarbt pmrnirtors MW
Om day IN ammunre hie iMN1
Mil from the fighting business on I.a
bar Day ami the ne: eees him dlnker
kkS far an Australian trip, entnlllig
tfeta with both Bam I.angfmd and Hem
MeTer Tom Andrews, the Milwaukee
man who represents Hugh Mr
the Australian promoter. In this
thought he had Johoeon '"
and foot to a contract two weeke
a, but the champion ducked, conven
taatly aaylng he had fought hie laat nat
ta Billy Olbann thought :0.000 halt
atloe Johnaon to come to Now
to meet e Jeanetta in a ten-round
t the Harden, hut the bit neiro
out of that by putting a prohlbl-
price oa hie eervtcee Now advlcea
Om Weat bear Uie Information that
JetUaeoa nay finally go to Auatralla If a
friend and advlear In Chicago
as. Andrews, who hae been neso-
Mclntosh, confeaaea he la up
air tn the following; reply to nn
World wire asking lnformatl.ni
Milwaukee, Aug 10
r ef Tke Erasing WsrU I
aured ma that he will to
o A 81 alia ta meat both Langford .and
ItaTw frevtding tiU friend and adviser,
Al Taavnay. aaya the word, and Mr
fanaT haa aaeured ma that he wanta
Tnaamia to fAih.ll hie contract with Mr.
Malatngb I have cabled full partlru
kaaa to Malntoah and expect anawar In
day or tor. Johneon aaka that 1 10.000
feftett be placed In Tearnay'e handa and
MM agpenei money potted with me at
gam If aatlafactory arrangemenla ari
Utah 1 1 Johnson will aall In f4eptemb.tr.
T. . ANDREWS'
BANWHTUK the acramble ron-
ttnuee among the White Hopes
and Joe Jetnette for a chance
1 Johnun s shoes. The white
eat very little figure right now
a there lan't one at them In alght
who might have a chanoe of beating
even Jeanstte, not to mention Iangfurd
and MeVsy. who will purely block the
way to the title In any event. Horn
hardier Welle may be clever enough,
but ba doeen't shape up right now to
liafplnmhlp rtlminilnni especially with
the three dark clouds between him and
the title holder. The aame might be
aald of Al ) 'a liar The title seems to
raat aafely with the blaok race, no
matter what Johnaon may do, and until
white heavyweight la discovered who
caa boat at leaat one of the negro con-
and ere, the chanoei of a white man
regaining Jafliiea'a honora cannot be
OF all the contenders for Johnaon'a
crown. Jeanstte ! furthaat from
the chen e of winning It. Every
body from Johneon down wanta to peas
hka up. and while thla may ba taken aa
aaafealon of fear, It lan't vary uour
Maine far the popular Hoboken nrgm
apparently would Juet ai soon
buaa aaw ae Jeanettr, nnd
too, haa perelatrntly dodged
a atootlag with him. i.ate laat year a
match between Langfurd and Jraiietic
almost a certainty on the
Longford had signed with Tom)
MaOarey, of Ixe Angeles, but when
the Uaaa for the battle arrived the Tar
Baby slipped away to Australia. Jean
ette baa knocked out McVea, ln'l
dentally winning the championship of
Earope when he did so. Johnson re
caatly had a WO, 000 offer from Paris to
flgkt Jeanatte there, tut he turned It
Jaanatte, It will be seen. Is up agalnM
It aa far aa the lighting men of hla own
raaa la concerned, and can get few
paying bouta with the white heavy
w Sights. Bombardier Wells declined
a match with him after he defeated
Tom Kennedy, by saying he Intended
to light only one negro and that woa
Johnaon. H McKetrlck could palm
Jaaaett white, the chances are he'd
have the heavyweight champion.
t ROl ui.K Is brewing In the ranks
rROI'UI.K Is brew inx In the ranks
1 of rlub promoters, and unless It ,s
atoned In the bud the Kri..v
of rlub promoters, and unless It ,s
nipped In the bud the Krawl-y
law la hkely to suiter Then' have in en
two Instances recently of grabbing
matches away from one another, and
saab time Hilly Olbson of the Garden A
C has got tho wursl of It. List week
Ulbaon thought hs hid Willie He. her
signed for a ten round bout nt the
Oarden, but after he had given out h s
printing orders he found thai soma one
had signed Heecher for a bout at the
UL Nicholas A. C. Olbson, In fl ng up
Me aeavywetgnt carnival progi amine,
Tom Kenned) ami ilunboat
Last night he heard that the
mysterious Influence had a used
to accept a pretloua eugsge-
. SI vi,.i,u 4 i" ah ,.
aea oould do then waa to rearrange hla
raid, but ne was lucky enough to M
warthy subatltute for Hmlth In Jim
a. It's no .-I.. matter making
mat, hes these days, hut lt a
eljoB to let iiiiiaon no the work and
Mi Jump in and grab off Ms princi-
aada, possibly with an offer of a little
aada change. The Croaa and Young
ah 0'Br.en ligut waa originally i aid-
dar the 0hvn, too. out Olbaon lost
(I through tunnell'ng
uialhode of a
4al eluk. It ta eald.
PIRATES, SCORE 1 TO 5
OToolc Driven Out of Box
in Fifth Inning Before a
i-ur ' mm
Cmplres-Klem and rth
First Inning Hyrne was an easy
out. Klsher to Dauhert Carry out nn
a close decision, Miller to Dauhert.
Donlln made the crowd heppv by
swinging at three he couldn't hit. NO
Moran hit aafely paat aecond
Northen hit Into n double play, Miller
to Wngner The hide went out when
Hmlth whiffed. No RUNE
Herond Inning dlonus the great
reached second on what should have
been a single, M ,: hit safely to
Klsher. Wagner aafe at third. Miller
stole aeicmd. Wilton hanged a fine
alngle through sh.nl. scoring Wagner
and Miller. MoCarihy sacrificed on a
bunt. Kelly ihlt to Curtis and Wllaon
waa nailed lietwccn sei-ond and third,
the halter I to filling second. O'Toole
fanned TWO RUNS
Dauhert out, Miller unassisted
O'Toole grahhed Hummel's hot bounder
and threw the runner out. Cutshaw
doddciI out to Byrne NO Kl'NH.
Third Inning Hmlth couldn't handle
Hyrne's hot grounder and the Pirate
reached iflriet. Carey out. Miller to Dau
hert. Dunlin out, funic to Dauhert,
nyrne getting to third Wagner filed
to centre. NO Kl'NH.
Fisher hit to O'Toole and was nut at
first. Miller drew four lalls. Curtis
blngled over O'Toole's head. Moran
forced Curtis. Miller safe at third. On
a double steal .oilier scored when Kelly
di-nuned the ra . sfier Mnmn Ha near-
ly nailed t.etween first and second
Northen out. O'Toole to Miller ONI
Fourth Inning- Miller led off with a
turner to left Wilson (lied out to cen
tre. So did McCarthy, Kelly fanned.
Fifth Inning O'Toole hit to en ire
Kyrne bl at out a Irtml. Carey's sacri
fice put men on second and third. Don
lln walked, tllllnif the ha gag Wagner'
llttW grounder forced O'Toole at the
plate The crowd was ry happy when
J Iflllar POMai out to o Miller. NO
Klsher fouled Mil to Kelly O Miller
popped I" vVeffner, 'ura Slad out to
eee)trf NO ki n.
Hixth Innlnu llaon hit the centre
field fence, hut only rtadhad third.
Me asorad on M,n'srth fine rap over
eeend. Kally sacrificed riaher
couldn't stop O'Toole's liner and Mr.
' arthy a-oren Ityrne popped to
'' 1,1 '"r "arey forced O'Toole, Fisher
'uth),sw. TWO Kl'NH
foran Wllksd Northen eent Moran
to third on u single to right. Hmlth
tripled Moron irrl Northen sored.
Dauhert fis1 out to second. Ilummell
beat out an Infield hit end Hmlth tal-
I lied CwtahlW drew four halls At this
leunt the eipanalve 0Tool wa with-
draws from the bog, Warner bring arnt
to save Hie da .Mlllei drODPed
yrnc'a ihrou an Waher'e simn rap to
third and 'the runner was afe. A run
wjs force 1 when MM'er walk..! lh..lr,u
batt-d for I'n-ti, and nunni I to wl...
ner. Anot.ier run was forced when
Warner handed out his second mi to
M'" "'" Northen filed out 0 Doslln
' , .
. ,' , O'iuiik
",r nrwuaiyii. i"i on 10 woran,
who made a fin catch, Warner popped
, f Miller wu ged Wllaon hit In
Cutshaw, who naHed Millet going to
eewmd NO Kl'NH
Hmlth .ouldn', hit H Ibis tlnn Dun-
hert beat out an infield hit that Item,
c.nildn I hold lliimiiu ll made the
crawd happy with a trlpU :.. umlre,
which scored Dauhert Cutahaw fanned
Fisher drew a pas-, on an attempted
double steal llu nnu-li was nailed al th
Plata. ifcVK Kl'N
Eighth ItinliiK Mf'srlhy rapped out a
Teaae leegue,. Uibson hit Into a double
BECKER'S HOMER GAVE
GIANTS FLYING START
AGAINST ST. L
Cardinals Open Strong but
McGraw's Men Come Right
Back With Three Runs.
I lauser, ss.
rnvplres-Johnsione and Bajgon,
IVyO UROI NDH. NKW rOJUC, Aug.
10 -The llant! anil the Cardinals weuit
t the mat the second time this after-
niNn before a crowd of Ifi.OIIO people.
Kin Jeff TeMre.iu Was New York's pitch
ing selection and Hteelo went tn for
PnoddTaai played left PeM and Iti cker
The Cardinaig got a lead of one run
In the tlrst Inning, due to n had play
by Meyers. HuKgins walked Magex
poppiNl out to KlettOeer. Mwry sacri
ficed, advancing HuMglns to aeOOOd
atnl he came all the way home on a
passed ball. Koney walked, but died
stealing second. ONI Kl'N.
The Olants Junvped rlejtU In and tore
Into Steele for three runs and a com
fortable lead. Hnodgrass got a base on
balls as a starter and stole second by
the skin of his teeth Doyle smashed a
hot one past Koney for two traces and
Hnodgrssa scored, lledker then cracked
the longeat drive of the season Into tho
upper rlfcht field si and for a home run,
scoring Ooyla ahead i.f nun Murray,
.Mcrkle and HOTBofl all died on long
fllee. THICK K RUNS,
The Cardinals drey, a blunk In the
second. Kvana slnlesl to left, but
Hauser hit Into a double, Tesreau to
Kletcher to Metkle. takes walked and
'tole second, but YVtngo popped imt to
He reog, MO ih'nh.
New York also failed to score. Meers
shot a single through HouKet. hut he
was forced out by notohef, Tesieau
struck out ami Kletcher died eteallng
The Cardinals had nnoiher mishap
In the third. Hteele was safe on Tea
reau's error, but Doyle ,ot )lugKlnj'a
frounderi iotiohtil aHoelg and threw to
first In time for n double vlay. Maeree
singled to left, but war out sleullng
aecond. NO Itl'NH
Huodgrass popped to liugglna Dnyle
filed to Kvaus. Becker grounded tut
to Koney No ltl'NS
In the fourth Mowrey drove a long
fly to Mttrrdei and Koney struck out
Kvans was safe on Doyle's fumble ot
an Saay grOUndar, ami Mauser struck
out. retiring the side NO Kl'NH.
In the fifth Oeetef was thrown out
1 by Fletcher ant Wlngo grouiuhsl
tu Doyle Steel singled
SjOS, iut was forced out
I VO Kl'NH.
'':ie (Hants falUnl to score In their
half, but ihev had a soimI chance After
Morrav had none out. MerUa and Her-
Xlt; boMl singled and advanced "n Mev-
,.r' ion fly to o.ikis. Fleb her was
lhaown out by Mauser NO Kl'NH.
in the giath Watouar dhraw out Had
MowTei POPPad to Pletoher nnd KOhe)
tn.ck oul WO KI NS
jeor n,,. Qianta liiiiildiaai singled and
,.ni to second on Mauser's bad IhrOW
m. i.... .....i
i, . i-a" . nJi.
oul to Mowrey. No Kl'NH
The Olantl scored another one in their
half Keeker got a beef on nails and
Murray singled Markl Rlad out ti1
centre, hut HareOej dfUVw a short single.
hlllna lite baaea Mtyera arnaahed a
long liner straight in Oakcs'e hands.
coring Becker, bui Murray was cauadil
going to thud ONH Kl'N
play. Dauhert o CuiaHdw Warner oul,
cutshaw to Dauhert NO Kl'NH
M'.ilcr n't ta Warner :ind wu out.
Slack struck out Moral lined one at
Hyrne and as out. NO RUNS,
Ninth Innlnl 'ar.'y got to flrat when
Cutshaw couldn't handle hla bounder.
Donlln fouled to Miller. Wagner foule.l
to Daubirt. No Kl'NkV
Jake Dauhert to Manage Dodgers
Next Year, According to Rumor
Jake Dkuhert, considered by many experts the greatest first baseman
In the National league. Is slated to tonnage the Tf-ooklyn Dodgers In
the first season al the new nillllon-dollHr park, according to rumor. BUI
Dahlen, present manager of the club, has three more years of hla con
tract to run, but the conaenaua of opinion la that he will be disposed of
by a eettlement at the end of thla season, and the dashing young field
captain given free reign over the club. No definite atatementa have
been made by 1'rcaldent KM.- ta regarding the matter, but many attach
algnincance to the fact that before and afler each game Daubert and
Khbets can he aeen In conference, and It Is an open secret that Kbbets
values the counsel of the first aacker more than that of any other
player In his employ. The lack of attendance at Washington Park la
the cause of the rumor that Dahlen is to be deposed aa manager.
These Motorcycle Daredevils
Earn as Much as Diamond Stars
Aal aTk. rf raaW
HaaH Hbjkaaaaeam UaeeaaLr-" aal
Chappie. Record Breaker of
Brighton Beach Track, Risks
His Life for $5oo a Week.
no? a sport that was unrecognlied
a year ago to a reiTeatlon that
pas Its star participants as much
and more than the basuball stars
receive Is the history of the sensational
tlaah of the motor racing game, now at
tracting hi crowd! to the Stadium-Motordrome
at Brighton Kcich these
nights. Arthur Chappie, the daring New
York pilot, whose rides have made him
the Idol of the course and to wh l
murth credit Is due for popularising ti
port, enjoys a good stipend for rlakin.
Ida life on the speed saucer. Chapp:
ta probably the biggest money maker
In the game right now. but there are
many that come near the figures of the
sprctacular Manhattan wonder Al any
rate, the figure compare favorably wlt'h
the ratUrna that hall players receive in
similar positions of Importance In big
Chappie draws a weekly check or W"
for hi! ten minutes' work each nigh,
or pmctlcully a piyment Ml the rule
of 110 per minute. Compared to tho
OiroUlatad salary of Ty Cobb. Chappie's
weekly check tops It with ease. In the
rase of Mathewson of the (Hants, who
Is credited with 112.000 for the season,
the figures of the seti-atlonal pilot run
,-lose and tako the great pitcher's flgur s
Of course the star playing managers
carry off the banner when It comes to
raking In thr kale In utiy sport, an I
even Chappie's big figures do not' un
For the lesaer degree athletes' re
muneration. Johnny Albright of Den
ver, Kay Peck of Newark. Hilly Wray
of Hrooklyn. and others of thla calibre,
the checks of Mush of the Tigers,
Warhop of the Highlanders and men
of that Importance to the gate re
eelpts compare favorably
The values of the stars ure attained
Immediately, and no their drawing
power Increases with every known
record performance The duya of the
small -.alarled stars In any line are
over, as the real test of the success
of a sport Is the umount of money
that the participants are receiving
from the promoter
Within a year a new field where
there la a poesihle chance of young,
nervy lads making fortunes haa
sprung up In .New York, and the
motor-racing game's popularly can ha
Judged by the fact that It 19 paving
, .m of the hlahest salaries ever dls.
1 hurad In the sporting world.
H a year ago to s re.reatlon that r WW - 'II
i ixv-m Tdjtm , in
IS JOHNNY ALBRIGHT or
apple to Race
In the feature event to-nleht at the
Mtadiiiin-Motordromr at Brighton Bfh,
latrry Fleckenstein of Sail Lake City
Is matohed to meet Arthur Chappie, the
New York ?-tur. In a four-mile match,
best two heals out of three.
In the other events to-night, Oeorge
I.ochnar and William Shields can be
counted In the running all the way, and
the one-hour race to-morrow night bide
fair to bring them Into greater promi
nence than anything this year. On
account of their ability to handle a
motor for a long race, they should be
the toughest lads that Chappie and
Albright have to meet In the elxty
iNiasisI to The E.sulnl World.)
W'llAMD.N, Aug. 10. Joe- Jeanett
was an easy winner over Hank Griffin.
This was Jranrtte's first right since ha
claimed the world heavyweight till
and he ma le good by stopping Uriflin
in three rounds. A right hand amaah
sent QaUBd through the ropes and bs
was all In. the referee stopping the con
tost. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Mainline f th Clubs.
Club. W. 1. PC, I Club. W. L.
U,. ir.in tt 45 AIIPNfSsrk 64 M
Tnrentn SO 4s KISS Hitf'aln tn SS
nitluiort .13 S Ml I'iM'il r 47 81
Jrrw It' 65 .VI t"f, VI in-.l 47 83
H, stills of leslerdsr's . autre
Unnlieal. I Jersey CUT, t,
Racaaster, 4; Newark, ll
Hsltiaiurt liuffalu tsait mstcousJ
TIE IN GOLF FINALS
OF SHINNECOCK MEET
Both Players Have Score of
78 in First Set of
mi'lllHIMar1 H IM. IL. I . N
1(1. Over the most classic
America, the sand dunes between the
Peconlc Bays, Anal rounda began to-day
In the first two divisions of the Bhlnne
cock HMIs Oolf dub's annual tourna
ment. In the first act Oswald Klrlrby,
Knglewood. New Jersey champion, op
posed I. K. elturgee, "Wykagyl, while In
.he aeeond Owen Win lion, Somerset
Mills, went against Tiffany Richardson,
.akewood. Koth contests were at 3t
on the flrat round Aturgea led iKIrlrby
1 up. Poor putting going out waa the
Topping coal Kirk by the flrat hole 1n
one etroke above par. The next three
were ca.plta.Hy "halved In regulation Vs.
Klrkhy won the fifth In par hy a dead
approach while Sturge topped 'his aec
ond. Hturge lost the sixth by his ihe.ll
humping the cup, while Klrkhy waa
down in a strict 4. By being short gen
erally KlrJrby loet the seventh, tflve to
par 1, which made them square a second
time. The eighth waa well halved, each
pulled shuts on the ninth, but Klrkhy
mlaaed hi putt and -with It the hole, six
to par 6. Kirkby 1 down at the turn.
Out . ,
Out . .
I I I i I I I H
.4444 4646 6 St
on the Tenth, took 4
Hturge'a par 3. That left him 1 down
hla pooreet ehowlng. The eleventh
was an Indifferent half In 6 aft r
Sturgea had flubbed hla second and
Klrby had rimmed the cup.
An over approach and a bad putt
coat Stung the twelfth, to par 4.
Th thirteenth was a clean-cut half
In 4. Kirty squared mattera, taking
he fourteenth In a well turned 4.
owing to Hturges tnlaslng a shortish
putt. On the fifteenth Ht urges made
a super recovery to the green, after
slicing, and won the hole In par 4.
Klrby 1 down again.
The sixteenth wasi halved In an or
dlnary 6. The aevenleenth waa finely
halved. Sturgea getting down a nervy
vutt of ten feet Klrby played a dlffl-
,.u msuMoAh ,.n the ,,l r, n 1 1, ,..i,.,.
ably, and ao saved hlmaelf for a half'1,1"' Shaughraum
In . .
.4 6 4 4 4 6 6 4 338-
3 5 6 4
4 6 4 33978 I
Second Set Rlrhardaon led Winston
i up. The rormer went out in 37. while
Winston let up from his previous pace.
RACK TRACK. HAMILTON, Ont .
Aug. 10 Entries for Monday are ss
KIRST RACK Plums: rsildso tso-jssr aids
fire furlnrara. -S'lrinsuii. 103: Jewel uf Aalt. loft
llnnsry, IDA: lluriii t'amllra. 10A. Fattv Oniti
111; Lewis, 111, Tea It, . 11, Parla OiiNn
111 lisrrsel. Iff I Cmfl.li. lla. Aallvwaa (ii)
Fsmer. 1 1.1, Alan alisihle to atsrt llollv'bM.ik'
ON . Martin ADxirmia. Ml
MIX--O.VD R.WK Stlllna; thw lesrolda and
upward, one aud oiie-ltee&tb unlet "nniiiirtns
lk Aplaatn. lOD: J.ui,. Xetrrv 0o"
Hmky l.ad, 103; War-lmrn. 104 (alluh 104:
losiisi',1 107. (lstisas B. T)arla 10M X,i.r,' !'
l.i I nf ljoirlni IDS: dhllka. 111. Also rllslhlr
RACE Dendiran '..., In, -I, u, ,i
v.r-,,sU and Uiarsn ahout two nillet .lluiton
Ml (Here lene. 131. Lueknla. 14N: ftlghiHHW
184, rThlatlema.. 130; iR:. Abe, 180
sl'srr and Rnaa entry.
list Hill HACK Hamlrlnslstrs Plats; ihr.-r
vearold. and isivvanl. one and on. ri-i,( l, raile.
Oirsl "' "onmla IRI. t'.ntntlsss. 108 ria
1,11 110 Adaini ) vimwa 113.
PlPTH H'K -iMlln, ,,.., 1,1. all fur
knars Marlr T, 3: Plthara Woitlt. 06
Kl h Nifht 102. ltsjiiaa. ll'V I.,. 108:
Veins 100. Old IVln. 107; Tankard. 107;
Kllttrrfsit. DO 'Klalswrsast. )I8 ISirlon. 114
slXTll H vi t t'hlr If.'llilav Handlcaii' tlirr.
rsersokia a no auwasa; as nasnfa. Bjorfaaa, si
Mellator loo lliMraul.
, , . a. , .. . ,,
sWo-lh, 118. ilullrnlai, k tMn
HRVfcvrH RAt'B Ssllltw: th
ree .ea- , l. a
n in r ,m Hi. tnrt r,iaim,iiiiT'
Toiirh. w. Hstatt 8A iBanhelor m- 18: '41
S9SSSLm-. Iffl-tTSK'' sfiK
BWrdoa, 111: lliokina,' ill. Haana' 110 Alji
mis to nan - -i inon jar a ivs: iopotai i.r
Vy.-M.nii t allowancs -Isb
ON CALDWELL IN THIRD
GAME WITH THE NAPS
Wolverton's Pitcher Back in
Form and Tries to Break
Team's Losing Spell.
Cleveland. New York
Ryan. If. Daniels. If.
Turner, an. Chase, lb.
Jackson, rf. Paddock, Sb.
Dajote, 2b. Zlnn, rf.
Orlsrgs. lb. Htump. 2h.
Hunter, cf. Hartzell. rf
Pecklnpaugh, a. Martin, aa.
O'Neill, o. Sweeney, e.
Blending, p. Caldwell, p.
CLEVBDAVD. Ohio, Aug. 10 Ray
Caldwell waa Manager Wolverton's
pitching selection for to-day's game be
tween the Napa id Highlanders. The
third of the series Caldwell threw his
arm out of place on the last trip of th
Yankees here, at a lime he waa pitching
great ball and making the Nap look
bad. He expects to begin to-day where
he left off two months ago. Sweeney
woe ills catcher. Opposed to the Hill
Topper was Blending.
FIR8T RACE Two-year-old; five
and a half furlongs Flabbergast, tos
(Brian). 10 to 1, 4 to 1 and 1 to 6. first
Continental, 101 (Mo'he ). to 1, 2 to
1 and 4 to 6, aecond; Frederick L.
4chlllln. 1 to '. o to ' and 9 to )0,
third. Time 1.1-8. Henanet, Scallywag.
Leorharee and First Sight also ran.
SECOND RACE Three-year-olds and
upward, foaled In Canada; mile and a
alxteentn Ondramon, 109 (Schuttlngerl,
4 to 6, 2 to and out, won; Steamboat.
94 (Connelly). 90 to 1. 7 to 1 and 3 to 1,
aecond: Commola. 94 (McCahey), 8 to 1.
8 to 1 and ( to 6, third. Time. l.M 14,
Calumny, Rustling. Trapaeolum, Klla
and Havrock also ran.
THIRD RACE All ages, sis furlongs
Lahore. 160 (Srhuttlngerl, II to 6, 4 to
6. and 2 to 6, won: Countless, 117 (Kc,-r-ner).
3 to 1, even, nnd 'I to ft, second,
Kn'ght Differ, lol fMartln). to 6. 4 to
6, and 3 tn 6, third. Time, 1 15 1-6. Strn
tor. Reciprocity. Marjorle A.. Plaud
more and Wlntergreen also ran.
FOI'RTH RACK August selling;
steeplechase; four-year-olds and up
ward; about two miles Idle Michael.
141 (Allen). 8 to 6. . to 10 and 1 to
tWdtj sight, lb. iMtmpsoni, 4 to I, 7 to I
' ai1 7 to 10, aecond: Ltmpblack. 118
: 1 ,''n'hr'' 6 '", ""l ' v'"' lhipl
Time, 6.20 3-6. Joe l-ett, He Thankful.
Dr. Heard lluxton
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8 ! Club's offlr.. 6th A. Bid. . II to 13 A. M. .
CRITERION te,n.ti fi ' 11
RICHARD CARLE-HATTIE WILLIAMS
THE GIRL FROM MONTMA.RTRE
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NEWPORT. R I . Aug. 10.-A fiysan
northeast breeie blew the New York
Yacht Club fleet Into thla port to-day
after a quirk 37-m le run front New
London The Klena, owned by M. F
Plant, once mnv led the vschta Into
this harbor, and was five minutes shred
of her rivals, the Enrhantreas and Iro
lita, at the finish at Brrnton a Reef
The sloop Winsome led the slngl
stlcke.i. wh'V1 the New York knock-
about sloop Medora heat the Boston
knockabout Dorello It, hy more than
five minutes. The sloop Avenger, an
other New York boat, won from the
Boston sloop Hhlinna.
The finish and .e'.apsed times of th'
three echonncrs follow:
Elena 1.36.63 J.OB
Enchantress LM.M S.lo fit
Irolita LtMM 1.11. M
NEW LONDON. Conn.. Aug. lO-Th,.
cruise of the New York Yacht Club con
tinued to-day VUh a thlrty-seven-mlle
run along the southern Rhode Island
shore, with Newport as the destination
Rear Commodore Qaofft H Baker Jr
OOWrrbutad the allvei Incentive for thf
day'a sport with massive ajaaj for two
divisions of aloopa and chooners. In ad
dition the club offered prlr.es ' ,r the dif
A few whiffs of fog drifted in .luring
the early morndisg. hut the rising sun
burned It up crulckly. The breese off
the mouth of the Thames this mornlna
was a trifle east to eouth, which seemed
to Indicate a mile heat around Race
Rock, a Hose fetch through Block Is
land Sound of twenty-six nttles to
Point Judith, and then a run off th.
wind of eeven miles to the finleh at
Old Brenton's Reef lightship.
The fleet ran out to the start ahortly
after 9 o'clock, and an hour la,ter the
yachts were well away, beating acroe
Aa a hreeie was piping up a ood fif
teen knota the start In all classes was
lively and exciting. The srhoonerettes
which had decided to keep on to New
port, were the first to get away at 10 n.
followed by the New York IfJ-foOtar
and the P claas yachts.
In the large sloops the Medora, salle 1
by Harry Johnson of Litrchniont. hea'
out the Boston sloop Doiello 11. for
position at the line, while In the Inter
mediate echooners, which started t
in.3. the Princess, another Boston hoai.
won the pride of place The Isrg.
schooners went off at 10.30, and onte
more the Klena had the be: t position.
The four miles to Race Rock, dead t I
windward, were COVerad by the Klena
In half 'in hour, and at 11 o'clock 0h
wore around the KeaiNin. and with shee'-1
well slackened and hard on the star
board tack headed for Point Judllh.
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til Seats BOe.
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I'reseutlng Ihe Ml Nlt'AM, K til).
A HI SV IttV 4T I MIIN NTATIOIP
and "The 1 OHD's KKPr i'l'IO.
Arrenusd and sTngad by Ted Kuraa an
prsssntsd by a aalelt, c nmpsnr of artists
and s well -trained oAnrua.
AMATKl R U I nvatlDlI
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THE DAZZLE RS rWuST
f i VCTV SEASON OPENS
BILLY W. WATSON wiVfo -