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THE IVIHIVO WOILD, MONDAY, JTTH1 16, 1918.
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INTERNA TIONAL POLO
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REFRESHMENTS AFTER THE GAME
CHAPPLE HAS NARROW
ESCAPE FROM INJURY
IN HANDICAP RACE
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WMrtoan Players Are to 6e
Cengratuiated Upon Their
Miant Victory Over Eng-
Crack Pol) Team.
(Tee Mot Tart Worm.
IT 1H glorloua viator? by the
Veto team flaturJay
pm It fH fr batter than
r. far It allowed the Americas
uphill fight and winning
looked Ilka a certainty. It
a deeparatelr ooataeted gam
ojgh every minute of every period.
I It tens aa otoee that a trifling tarn
kt aaally taava shifted tba
It tba ama
aTJaJtaad'a ebaaee looked good. Tba
ahtafhaa players did what thsy said
jar da. Tbay adopted Ua recklsss,
mm atria of U. America. And to
ay add ad tba Una. apeotacular team
Mtk a tbeir ragwar grama. Tbay drove
abatr posies at too aajaad. ao that
aftar Uw tall we a thriller In
. played a part ta tba game, but
MMtar alda eaa claim a monopoly ot
tar aood or IU tort una. Kach loot
MM a point Ui penalties. Tba aafaty
OT Wtaoa tbat latt Kngl.nd a quarter
. PlAftau bablad In the final acore waa
"Hied aafaty. An Amerlcea mallet
tba bail alowly atraldtit for
of tba anal la tba scramble.
tba ball waa only a yard or aa
Wpan mad to turn Ik, and only
ad la betas but to tab it with
Had It railed over without
tt would have been a
aMaa, aad would baa .1...
whole paint Instead of petting
h a quarter of a aoinL in
Ma panted America had a Utile
af hard luck. Twloo drtvaa that
goal aaol the tall
t tta feal paota, whore tt ptaaeed
by a faw laehaa.
fj-, Worfc w,
1fm 'ted a "re
la work waa brtUteat. aad
rally that laatad
i r"I I ajajb. -.
aaaabaa ta ana
Cboapa aad Freaks, didn't
Uw play ot the 'nulling
aa drew .hater aad Wat
a waa fotlowad qulokly by
la hp audita, again, brlag
t'd aeore ua within naif a
r through the aov-
tea Wading through Lok
M halt a potajtWm a
; at tba tub. Oel a
taao, aha Biftiah aaana within
Malta with teas e that
Ml hp a yard.
awjwaao at iaa gama waa a
of n. rar tt la
krdar aad more given to aud
i and ehangoe of fortune than
plapera are to he oon-
HMU ttilr vIMam ... m
wan. auaooaea to oe the moot
pteyera of the game Ir all the
Paoddard and Mllburn wera ti
g the etaadlng
HAUL JOKWrg record far the
I ni will probably atand for a
time. Klvtet fell more than
lenii abort la hla trial agalnqt
rravere ieland Saturday after
daw- Five eeeonde la a long time In
pjta nana. The condition! under
erpjah Klvtat ran, of eouree, were not
ta daed aa thoee In the Intercollegiate
rate t Cambridge. The track waa
man treaded and handicap man had
ta ao e'.rclad. Tnla took off a little
time. The Cambridge track le prob
ably feeter than tba Travtra Ieland
the moot aneetlonal athletic per
, farmaaee In month, waa the breaking
at P-av Bwry'i atandlna blah jumn
by Ooehrlng ot the Mohawke.
loot Ave and three-quarter lnchee
half aa Inch to the old mark-
la the Prat ot Bwrya record, to
Ma although atbletaa all over the world
die been trying ror year, to beat hie
qoehrtng boat Piatt Adama
by Marly throe lnchee. and Piatt waa
-aa ta hla ueual form. Kwry. the great
MWaka of flfteen year." itandlng, i
pyete tatareatod la engineering prob-
HH teat now than In Jumping. Probably
ta WtP make no attempt ta get tba
ftjaerd tank again, win a doian
at wine In World'a Olympic meeta
i tad bad glory enough. He it) 11 baa
wend' beat marke in the .landing
gad. the triple atandlag jumpa.
MTARLA.ND haa an-
amanaad that ateoa Rltchla made
tUrera baa him at ut , pound..
nil hawa to meat MeFarlapd
ate weight. At lat Paokey eaa
ytady atap. mpoolally If the
hj la a aouple of hour bo-
ate. BttabU bj aatahllaklag
that waa upeet by Nelaaa
Mvaataga the Taakae
aiig atd ii in dofeoaiva
the hall awar from h.ir
aad polo 0001a
flIVl x vSapVi t afJSSA
(Oontlnuad from Viral Pag
rounder and died. Derrick to Burton.
Ooblf made a wonderful catch of Ror
ton'a long fly to centre and Hartiell
went out the earn way. Derrick popped
an eoay fly to Bwah. NO RUNS.
THIRD INlflNO Mortanty waa aafe
aa Derrick', fumble. Manage amaahod
a Una drive to Danleia, who throw t
Borton before blorlarlty could get back
ta the bag and made a doubl play.
Derrick grabbed Hall', grounder and
made an eaay throw to the Borton.
retiring the elda NO RUNS.
MeKechnle got a baaa on ball., but
waa out eteaUag aeoond, Stanage to
Buah. Sweeney lifted an eaay fly that
Oalnor caught bach of drat and Bchvli
waa toaeed out by Hall. NO RUNS.
FOURTH rNNSNO-Derrtck threw out
Buah. VI t got a baaa on ball a Craw
ford forced out Vltt at aecond on a
grounder that Ptoklnpaugb threw to
MeKaohnie. Crawford waa out etaallng
on hwaeney'a porfeot throw to Me
Kechnle. NO RUN.
Danlala waa called out on atrlkaa.
Wotter drove a clean elnglo over eec
ond. the drat hit for the Highlander..
Paeklapaugh waa out on an aaay pop
fly to vltt. Borton forced out Woltor,
Vltt to Bueh. NO RUNfl
PIPTH rNNrNO-Cobb got a bam on
ball. Cobb waa caught napping off
drat Bwoeney to Borton. Veach filed
to Danleia. Oalnor filed to 8weny.
Hartaall alngled to left Drrrlok got a
bae on ball, advancing Hartaall to sec
ond. MeKechnle made a perfect aacrl
dee. Hall to Vltt. who covered the bag.
Bweeney hit a vtcloua drive that trucl
Vltt on the foot and bounded high In
the air for a alngle, on which llai n -11
and Derrick aoorad. 8weney etole ben.
oad a hbhula atruck out. Daniel hit
far over Cobb' head for triple acorlng
Sweeney. Walter filed to Vl.b.
fllXTH INNINO Derrick made a
nice atop and threw Morarlty out at
flrat. Btannage drove a alngle paat
third. Dubuc batted for Hall anl
walked. Huah amaahed a pretty alng-lc
Into left acorlng HtanaKe, Dubuc tru
ing to third and taking aecond litmaell'
on the play. Vltt waa out on a grounder j
that bounced away from Hchult. but
waa recovered by MeKechnle In time to
nmkf a throw to flrat. Dubuc acored I
on thl play and Hush went to third,
Crawford filed to Hartxell TWO
Lake now nltclilfur for Detroit Peek-
immu.h H1....1 nut in Vuirh i ,.M, ...i
Borton's fly In deep centre. Hartxell
out to Oalnor, unaaslsted. NO Itl'NH.
Seventh Inning Cobb bunged a two
bagger In deep centre. Veach laid down
a sacrifice, Derrick to Hortnn. Cobb go
ing to third. Oulnor lifted a short fly to
Daniels, and C0h waa held on third.
Mortal!!) fouled to Hweeney. NO
Morlarlty got Derrick's bounder, but
made a wide throw to first and the
runner waa aafe. MeKechnle waa out.
Vltt to Oalnor, and Derrick, who over
ran second and was doubled up on
Oalnor's quhek throw to Huah. Bweeney
lined out to Crawford. NO RUNB.
HKHtTH INNlNtt-Xtamiage lied out
to toW oiler Louden batted for latke
and tiled to Daniel. Husli laced a hot
drive past Derrick f two bases. Vltt
got a base on balls. Crawford filed to
I'eeklnpauyh. NO RUNB.
Zamloch now pitching for Detroit.
Cchula Bled to Crawford. Danleia
atruck out Wolter out, Buah to Oal
INNTNO-Oobb out, Peckln-
Vaacb bovased a
mY&J Utarke. Fletcher to Doyle. NO RUNS. NO RTO I JSm fjJ iJ- ilia. I
aW fjf l SIXTH IVNINU Hhafrr lnliKl lo Fl.lier threw Konatchy't raty l,J f 5Dfcn AWPfa7 V f P .o" ) rvcL
aOTagdhtam 4V oome or ihosb . . - dIP- -pa., .jrymgu pgr S LEJNVt- '
.SOME. OP TU06B.
single over Morton's head. High ran lor
Veach. (lalnrr hit to the corner In
deep rlgtit centre for clean home rup,
one of the largest hit of the year, scor
ing Hlch ahead of him. Morarlty ana
aafe on MeKechnle' fumlne, Mor.vlty
stole aecond. Bchuls was taken out of
the box. Keating replaced him. While
Bweeney waa returning the ball to tltc
box Morarlty stole third. Derrick go'.
Btannagv's eaay grounder. m maa a
low throw to first and Btannage was
sate while Morarlty acored. Zamloch
hit Into a double play, recklnpaugh to
MeKechnle, to llorton. THRBK HI
Bush threw out 1'eckinpaugh. Bor
ton out on a grounder to Ualnur unas
sisted. Bush threw out Hartxell at
flrat NO Rl'NB.
120 GOLFERS START
IN LYNNWOOD TOURNEY.
All the Eastern Cracks Represented
in Qualifying Round at Hunt
(HrwUl lu The Ermine World.)
vohi.K. Pa.. June it There war
110 golfers due to start to-day In
the annual Lynnwood Hall Cup
tournament for the Wldener Tro
phy over the Huntingdon Valley Coun
try Club's courae. As always, every
seotlon of the East waa represented.
New York being second only to 1'hlla
delphla In the number of contestant.
Hut once In a doien yeare haa the Hot
of atertera been larger. Becauee of the
field, the entire day went to the quali
fying round of It holes.
The beet known conleatant pernaps la
Bben Hyera. Ptttaburgh ex-nauonai
champion, from the metropolitan dis
trict are Included Oilman Tiffany, of
Hudson Ulver. D. C. H. Gardiner. New
York ClUb.' James J. anil K. Iownes
llhett, Nassau; Chester Kirk, Halt i.rol.
and Ki ancle R. IKinohue, Motitelalr.
Horance Cook of Trenton, runner-up to
Walter J. Travis In the Lkewood
tourney, la making all Brat aupearanc;
since that event. Warren Corkran of
Haltlmore, former Princeton star, Is
here with half a dn leading Orioles.
Of course most of the Quaker cru 'ka
staved, among them Howard Perrlo, H.
U. MoKarland. Oeorge A. Crump, RdV.
Dr. Jtltnon Carr, Wirt Thompson, llarr .
HeybUrn and Henry W. Hrown. The
most oi.tant candldaie I. WlUlam Smut
fer, New tlrleana.
urai oona H u. MoPartaad, Hunt-
IngJun Valley. ; R W, Hleel. Merlon,
sj. Warren Corkran, Haltlmore, HJ; Ches
ter Kirk. Haltusrol. Hi K. h. Jaekaon
Jr., Baltimore, aS; Wirt Thompson,
Huntingdon Volley. HI, 8. K. Hherwood.
Merlon. HO. Horace Cook, Trenton, IB;
j a. MuCur.ly, Overbrook
Yule. Kenoaha, WIh., M.
Ueorge Pope Jr., Haltlmore, Hi; Dr. C.
H. Uardlner. New Vorfc, HH; Francis K
Honolulu. Moiuclalr, J; Henry
Moiuclalr, UT; Henry W.
Hrown, rxwanok. a.. Harry Huyuurn,
University of Pennsylvania. US, Hubert
Weir, Wilmington, H; J. P. Burleigh,
Philadelphia Country Club, 80, C. B.
Calvert, Hal.!. M; J. It. Maxwell Jr.,
Haul Club's Have Meet.
Retries eha. to. da, for ttie two-day nat
Ing of the UulMd Hunt. Racing AMoel.tiua .t
bclvoot Taruilnal oe June 20 and 27. The ivo
greianw u . rarlad one, luclu.llug 1 1st and jump
tag racra ui ui. i-nararirr mat naea made raring
at th. hunt nwellng e lawular. Tlarr. .Ill be
ali raoei t.rli da,, ont of uhlcn, tb HtMirtaauu'a
guwatehaw Olnnai Stakaa. hu alraad, elosed by
print, aubarrtptlon. Th. UM for th. flrat day
coHpriata Hire, flat rare,. I wo alaapUvliaara and
es. hurdle rare. Tin. ItoUU Handicap I'liLe, at
all furlouga on th. flat, la an oia-n rac. In wnlcb
aosw of the heal prtf.i.r. now racing at Brlaaout
I'ark ma, be Men. There la alau an open ateviu.
cb.a for a tairar of 1000 thai ahould auract th.
Iieat of tba 'ctiaiert.
The Penney Iranla Tarall, iat aa bar. I hit jaa
tenia, wh.u U.riln. No. L left for hla boat lu
Englvwood. N. J.. .uttering frooi IstersUtte.t let,
Hani, wn lakea Ul laat WelneaiU,. but II a.
aut taought to lay arrlo. asd teeasalad oa ml.
ttouj back la UM heat in-day. Be bad a ch.i
joe ia. won ... BalunUi aad Brant da.lla.1 It
Sal tt woulJ b. out of the wsattaa fer hi to
m't ffiw ..yaya' B 'et.','
am af Mw esag,
Headier lifted to Burns. Bates forced
(tarke, Kletoher to Doyle. NO RUNB.
SIXTH INNING Hhafer alngled to
centre. Fletcher sacrificed, Huggs to
Hobby. Droit fumbled Doyle's ground
er. Shafrr taking third. Merkle fanned
and on an attempted double steal 8ha
fer was caught at the plate. Clarke to
Uroh, to Clarke. NO RUNB.
Maraans filed to Burns. Doyle threw
out Hqbby. Almeida filed to Burns.
SHVE.NTJI INNINO-Murray filed to
Headier. Meyers singled to right Mar
ians lost Hnodgraaa's liner In the sun.
Ho turned hie back on It and the ball
hit him, going for a alngle. Marquard
forced Hnodgrasa. Oroh to Iters' ham
mer. Horn struck out. NO RUNB.
Oroh singled to center. Bergham
mer forced Uroli. FW loiter to Doyle.
Clark singled to left, the ball went
through Murray llerghammer scored.
Clark going around to third base. Kllng
baiting for Bugga, Dovore running for
Clark. Kllng fouled to Stufer. Doylt
threw out Headier. ONE RUN.
PENN CREW SHELL
POUftHXB-EPSrE. N. T June In
a head-on collision between the Wiscon
sin Varsity four-oared crew and that of
Pennsylvania on the Poughkeepsle course
to-day the Pennsylvania shell waa al
most completely wrecked and put out of
commission. The Wisconsin shell es
caped with but little damage. None of
the oaremen In either ehell waa Injured
The Penn.ylvanla crew will uss the sub
stitute four ehell of the Wisconsin Navy
urvttl a new shell arrives from Phlla
The Wisconsin four was going up the
river and In turning to clear a ferry
boat crashed Into the Penn shell, which
was coming down the rourse. The Im
pact could be heard for a considerable
distance. The Pennsylvania shell made
water rapidly and was sinking fast when
the Syracuse launch came alongside,
took ths oaremen off and towed the
wrecked shell to the boathouse.
The outrigger of the Wisconsin shell
had ripped out the entire forward deck
of the Pennsylvania ehell and reduced
the upper portion of the hull to splinters.
The Wisconsin shell suffered a slightly
damaged forward deck", but was other-
ise not Injured. ,
Coaohea Vail, Ten Eyek and Contbear
of the Wisconsin, Syracuse and Wash
ington trews respectively, expres.el re
gret that 111 fate continued to follow
Coach Ward of the Pennsylvania crewe.
"1 expected aomsthlng more to hap
pen," nld Ward. "Had luck has fol
lowed us from the start, but we will
do what we can to keep In the ga:i.e."
UMPIRE WHO HIT MERKLE
HAS HAD ATHLETIC CAREER.
I Special le The Mealng World. .
CINCINNATI, June 11 -Frank New
house, the umpire who beaned Kted
Merkle with hie mask at IgnigTlUl
Sunday, was formerly a llgntnelgin bux
er and fought Young Corbett whan the
latter waa Just rising tu fame, tic a
also a cycle racer of some renown and
trained many boxers, wrektleia and
rldere. While a little man, be haa been
engaged In more branches of athletic,
perhaps, than any other Individual
thletlc. Release Pitcher
II I I AllKI.PIII A fun. IS - U ...
. , . . . rTT. " .
I wanes aiaca oi me nimem-a released
I I'lteher Cottrell this afternoon In or-
,r to hrllm Ills team down to the re
-ulrad laaaua number. Tba fine show
'he of Plank aad Bandar made It un-
IS WRECKED IN
n senary to retain Col troll, am
foro-5 10 the prosMstng
F'.eher threw Konetchy. eay
grounder over Daubert' head and
Koney took aecond on the play. Evan
waa out on a roller to Daubert and
Konetchy held second. O'Loary died
to Moran and McLean to Wheat. NO
Third Inning Hoggins threw out
Fleher. Miller singled to right and took
third on Rueker's single. Mtiran drove
to Bailee and Miller was nipped at the
plate. Rucker going to second. Moran
waa caught off flrat. Bailee to Koney.
Fisher and Daubert squashed Sal lee,
Hupgtna waa nut. Smith to Daubert
Bheckard tanned. NO RUNS.
Fourth firming Cutshaw waa out.
Hugglna to .Konetchy. Stengel singled
through O'lLenry. Wheat ioreed Sten
gel, Bailee to O'Leary. Wheat nJt
stealing. McLean to Hugglna. NO
itakM walked and scored on aiowrey
triple to centre. Koney singled to left
coring Mowrey. Evans beat out a bunt.
Koney taking eecond. o'Leary bunted
to Rucker for a scratch single, and
when Rucker threw ovlr Smith's head
Konetchy and Evans scored and O'Leary
reached third. McLean alngled to right
scoring O'Learv. Bailee sacrificed, Mil
lar to Daubert Huggglne popped to
Fisher. Bheekard grounded to Daubert.
FIFTH INN I NO. Daubert tripled to
left. Mowrey threw out Bmlth. Dau
bert being held at third. Fiaher popped
to O'Leary. Miller alngled througn
Mowrey acorlng Daubert. Rucker lifted
to Huggln. ONE RUN.
Oakea fouled to Millar. Mowrey niea
Wheat. Konetchy alngled to left.
Koney out stealing. Miller to Cutshaw.
SIXTH INNING Moran beat out a
v.i to Mm rev. cutshaw singieo 10
right. Moran taking second. Btengel
singled to left, scoring Moran, Cutehaw
going to second. Wheat singled to right,
filling the baoee. Daubert singled to
rla-ht. scoring Cutshaw. Bailee waa with
drawn. Burke taking his place. With
the bases full Smith singled to centre.
scoring Btengel and Wheat, Daubert
taking third. That was the finish for
Rurke and Harmon ent In. Fisher
sacrificed to Evans and Daubert scored.
Miller filed to Evans. Rucker died, HUg
glns to Konetchy. FIVE Rl'NB.
Evans walked. O'Leary hit Into a
double play, Smith to Cutshaw to Dau
bert. McLean alngled through Ftaher.
Harmon filed to Moran. NO RUNB.
KIKBT RACE For maiden two-year,
olds; five furlongs Harry !... 112 (Hux
ton), first; Leon Bkolny. 113 (Loflusl
second: Watermelon, 108 (Martin), third
Time 1.00 3-S. Relief, Ureakers, Lamb's
Tall. Toronto, Maeknes, Bolter, Tomboy,
Oypey Love and Southern Lad also ran.
tj mutuels paid: Harry L., straight
14.10. place 13.20, show t- . Leon Bkolny,
place g 40, ahow li.SO; Watermelon, enow
SKIXIND KAi'B-ror tnree-year-oiue
and up: purse faw; one nine ana seventy
arils. Manager Mack, 107 (Teahan),
Dr. Waldo Ulgge, ill tiienry); iiontiy
Cook, HI (Tuxton). Time IM. 13
mutuels paid: Manager Mack paid
straight 13.20. plar 32.00. show 33.20; Dr.
tValdo Blgga paid, place 310, show 3ti.ao;
Hobby Cook palal, show tlk20. John D-
VVaksileld. FetlcltM, Nello, Miss Klngs
lury, Oalley Slavs, Mlaele and John O.
Weaver also ran.
THIRD HACp Purse 100 ; for two-yesr-olde;
five and a half furlonga
nhagan, 112 (Hanry), straight, at. go
olaca. 1110; ahow. gs.to. Hig tmint, ion
(Martin), Pico. 130.70 ; ehow, ll'i.tO.
Ralph. 103 (Buxton), ahow, 7 70 Tim.
1.03. Loot Fortune, Hykl, Brlge Broth
ttf and Candy Box also ran.
FOl'RTIl K Ai'll--Ham Heap for three-year-olds
and up: purse HMO; six fur
longs. Sabago, lit, (leoftua) fUrat. Prasuinp
tlon, 10T, (Henry) aecond. Puctchorn, U3.
(Eatop) third Time. 1112-6. M aa
Thlrpe. High Private, Coy Lad, UtHa
Father, Raclproolty also ran.
LTwo dollar Mutuele paid Bebago.
..I.hl 11110: alaaa. 11 1A: aatda..
LT: Preavuaspttow. ptasta. 34 so; ahow.
Konetchy. Rmlth lifted to reheckard I f -r af i Tf I s I jXrl, . I'll J I
a. It; BVCMWh ahow, -
BELMONT RACE TRACK. N. T
June Id. Entrlea for to-morrow'a
FlItMT HACK Three, rr.r-ol'l. .ad iidwjbI;
Mthag; ! furluna..- - Main Blckl.. 1 lh; Min-
tmsar. 1U6; Yellow En.. II"; Jack Ktllwi.
10k; Mklltli. ltd; 'Mr, Kiwoa. 113; Uouacas
Laa, 111; ma. US; raswuea, 121; LaJr
UsMnlag. IIS: Mir Uiarah. 121.
gak'OND RACB-Thne-reu-oM. aad sjajaaii
h.Mlle.n; nae mil aiut im. litntk Amjlfl.
102. Merry Tel, 103; MIMoa. 102: Lhtr till
Uuy risher. 110: Jobs Kurlout. 111. Suit Hill.
1W: boiling stone. W: 1'oloa.l Hollows? :
Hoi. It.. 102. Abo ellflhU. Irlne Casro.. Tf!.
TH1HD It.VC'K Threrjt.r-.il.il, stUlsg; ass
103: Mtxrnuuui. lull; L.
hinirla. Ill: Mnntrraeir. mil; Munocaiir. 110.
KOL'HTH R Al 'E Three.: ear .41b .ad mia.nl;
T..l.sxii: lx fnrlooxi truhi. - In.n Maak, I. Hi;
II. -Mi 113: Air John J Jiu,n 122; 'BkeW 121
sashuaeera, n; Lixiu o' ij ur., iit; AWr'
bans, 110; Ueatcr t'rion., ,rj Holge 10?
WITH RA('B--Koiir-)e.r ulib anil upve.nl:
Klllni; .Ueulwu-. anu two wile.. Tow Cat,
14V Hurktlnnw. lt: Malaga, 12: Sir Clegea
14U; Mr.MB.iu Hirer, 142; .NoMga. 140.
HIXTH RAl'al Tmynr-old maiden tllllw
aial teldlng.: flee uiJ . half furlong sMIght -Ailuia
ML lot); Huperlntenilelit. 1UM; Hlack
llroow. I0M: BUk. and rap. 108: Hyiau.. HIS:
AthLtlc Ulrl. I or.; Pkuk, otl: l'aii An.eil. n.
10: flplng Hot. lot); Unfurl. IU; tan.ewe.il,
lOe; Heaours. lOs; MargUM Mailt. 108: WaUr
Apvrentl-e .llowanc. rlalaud. Track fut.
(Special to Tba Erenlsg World.)
OTTAWA, Ont., June It. Entries for
FIRST RACE Pun. UOO: four-,ear-lda and
Vi""ui:. "I"?; "J" tftT 'tl N"
uif,, 108; Ass, ma .'John He.r.ion ion.' '
lEOOMD RAL'k Puree 4W; three ytar-old.
aad upaard, Mlllng. fltu and . hanf f irloasa.
JonuoU, H; Conn.ught. 90; Rowmary. U0; Uen.
Harm., UI ; Haltr. 10. 'Right Eaay, 103
Ardek.a. 104; klaraand. lot; 'Prince cluui, 106;
Hooarj. 10s: 'Double live. 12; Haail Quaeer,
THIRD HACK- I'urae IflOO; three se.r-ulcU.
ona aUc.-Terrlhla Rill. 104; allien Uodg. I(M;
Cog., 112: .'red jam, 112.
ruvain a.u i, - lejie or innaaugill v up ,
handicap; lhrM -yen-old. and upward, l.'.nadlas
awaed; oa. aalla. DynaaUt., lot; Burst Candla.
OS. atlmeala. 91 H.aito TuaUm, ua: rlaerock.
103: laapector Leatr.da. IM; Bkwk Rim. 01.
Hynamlt. and atltneaia. Walter entry; Hw.no
Tumbo asd Inaimtor (..trade, Campbah atci.ib
ban enry; Uaerouk .ad Black Itlv.r. K..a
rilTU HACK-Carl.lon Handicap, three Tear
old. aad upward; ait furlonga. T-.wton Kteld,
1(W; Carttoa .. 103; gbarwoud, TlS; Airay, lot;
Upright, 110; Afterglow, 3; Cla. 102. Upright
and .Im. Parker entry.
HIXTH RACE-Pun. 3400; Hire. ear-old.
nd upward; Mlllsg: fli. and . half furlong..
'Iwy Ham. 00: 'Pretty Molb. 02: Mama John
am, SA; ranch.ttr, Wl. 'Raional, Mi: 'Buaaall
McUill. 100: 'Heretic. 101: 'Han Prior. 101:
Chilton Trance. 102: he. lkartiy. ion. Ooldea
CeaUa. 100; Tost aay.r.. IPS. Alao eligible:
Keen. 103: 'Minnie Hright. UM.
SKVKNTIt RACK- Puree .400: threeycr olda
.ad upward; aalllng , one ail., Fairy (iodaaoth.r.
HP rial, 111; 'Moouilgli., 100; L'r.ul. Emma.
101: 'My.enae. lu'l. llolden Traaenr., 103; 'Or
bed lad. 100; 'Kllendi 103; L. llav. 10,
Howdy Howdy, 10M; Huaky I-a.l, 101.
'ApprenUre .llowanc. claisMd. Track fail.
IMperUl to Tin Keening World.)
LATONIA RACE TRACK, Ky June
IS. Entrlee for to-morrow's races:
flaUJT RACE. Bwttagl twoyearoM auldrna;
Ilia fur loose UTttiou. lun, baarakl tram, 'ajai;
Martha UcKn. 10 ; Dr. Ham oal. 1UU; Penalty,
lis): Nelle Iran.. UU; Mary Ubua, 100; Cbarav
eiaar 10; Vint Cue-iy. 100 , Under. 113; Th.
Penman 112; Al Jouea, 112.
rtaXUlMJ UAl'ai, Heutng; tbree-yenlda ad
sat six furlonga Taotleai, IH); Carlton Club,
102; la-tcur, 107: tMlhlt.. 107; Amoret, 100;
The Read., uaj; cioMr. 110. 'Back Bay. 110;
(JllJIIsasillHi. Ill: Kljienc. Roberta, 113; Cam.
1 pullepee. 114: Merrick. 110.
in I HH a.ni.. newi'iii, www ye.r-uiu. lag
up. aa wile ead a aUrteentii Craaai, im, prio
ceaa CaUaway. 100; Mkwth, 107; rim etna,
I'liCHTH H Ai K. HeMliig , Um. yew-okt. and
up; one salU wl arteaty yarda Varena, J7;
t'lriiig Feat, 104; i'h.tl.r. 107: iWiwieeda, 107,
Mia-kln. 107: While Wool, 111.
FIFTH RACK. tillowaace.; t..yie -old fll
Ua.; fir. fiirknge-Muii.rl. 100- Dainty Mint,
11V: Bros. Wing. 100; xkhlh W., 100: Blrdu
WlllUuss, 103; Biifflaa. 103: RoUn.ua. U0;
RACBVlllng: thrae-reaealda asd
I. aad an ilshtb ililsTli. M, aoa-
I: a.aUrul, 10: iiwl lad. 107 .
107. Wasdar. lot ; is. MV. aaa
I tMah ate.
$176,000 CLEARED ON
BIG POLO CUP MA TCH
$201,000 Paid for Admission at
Two-Days' Match, of Whicn
Sum $25,000 Goes for Ex
penses. Thst polo Is worth while from a finan
cial standpoint as well as a eport, the
gate receipts of the two games of the In
ternational cup series 1201,000 show. The.
receipts on the first day, Tuesday,
amounted to PM.OOO; the admissions Sat
urday were 1104,000.
The expense, total 125,000, leaving a net
profit of int.ooo a greater sum than haa
ever been taken In during two daya of
baaehall In the world's series. The prices
ot admission to the polo gamee ranged
from So cents for the field to II for a
box in ths weet stand.
Just who will share the IITI.OOO no
body at the Meadow Brook Club yea-
. ae. Mmr ee -inea to Know, in. roio aw-
eoclatlon. which haa Jurisdiction over
I all polo In America, waa mentioned as
most likely to take the money after
paying tl.a Meadow Brook Club for the
use of the big polo field.
The Engllab pololate were not In tba
slightest degree cast down yesterday
I X lelr defeat On the contrary, they
j ahowed true aportmanehlp by declaring
! thdl their loss of a half goal for a
I foul cross, which coal them Ih. ietnh
wa. "the luck or th. ..ma " Th. i
talked about challenging for tbe oup
W. A. Hazard. Secretary of the Polo As
acelatlon, when Interviewed on the sub
ject et Phlpps Field, Wsstbury, U I.,
said undoubtedly a ohallengo would be
, tr. ! i -
" from '"ft -?- h
players returned home. He eald a chal
lenge would be gladly accepted.
BRITISH PLAYERS MAKE NO
When saked if the English players
had lodged a protest against ths foul
cross decision, he replied that they
seemed satisfied with the ruling, which
was agalnat Capt, Lockett.
The friends and admirers of the de
feated challengers contend, however,
that the penalty of a quarter point for
the safety and a half point for the foul
cross waa too aevers. But they disre
gard the fact that In Tuesday's game
the. American players were penalised
one goal and a half for three foul
crosses two made by Waterbury and
ona by Mllburn. AU that tint no ob
jection was raised against tn "severs
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Punctured Rear Tire Causes
His Machine to Slide Side- ,
ways 200 Yards.
Arthur Chappie, the daring rider,
a narrow escape from death or sarloua
Injury In the five-mile handicap at tba
Brighton Ueaoh Motordrome. He bad
Just passed the field for tbe first time
In the third mile, when hie rear tire
blew up and hi machine add sldewaye
two hundred yarda bsfor he was able
to bring It to a full atop lo tbe bache
stretch. Johnny Cox won the event la
I minutes 69 2-4 seconds,
Martin Keailer finished eecond la the
race and Billy Vanderberry waa tbtrd '
after a bard contest. The man rtntehad
neck and neck nnd all could have beeaa
placed under a blanket when tbe wire
- aa passed.
Cox had a big lead on hie field at the
atsrt af the third mlie. after Chappie
had quit, and It looked aa thour: ha
would, be an easy winner. Vanderberry
and Keasler rode their utmost at thkj
point and began to ctoae up the gap. Inch
by Inch. At tbe fourth mile Keeetar
caught Cox's rear wheel aud remilnrd
there until the last lap.
At this point Vanderberry caught tba
field end they went away tor tbe finite)
post neck and neck, and finished tbat
The feature event of next Wednee
dey'a card waa announced as the one
hour championship svent with a Bald
of eleven etarters.
On account of a wet track the pro
gramme last night was cut short after
the handicap had been run aft, ae tba
management considered the courts tea
dangerous for the men to ride on.
penalty" of three half goals.
?rn'V houf "JV&JgiS
the field umplree. On England, wbea
safety Is made the umpire may sltl-er
Impose the quarter ot a goal penalty
or place the ball M yards behind tba
goal posts and permit the opponents af
the team that made the ssfsty play tV
fre i hit for goal.
In Amerlra tne rulea. wnicn are man
"A safety counts minus one quarter.
"A foul counts minus one-half, and
euoh other penalty as the referee may
The Ensilah four had a little practice
play at the Piping Rock Club grounda
yesterday. They may play a "cut-In"
game this afternoon at Meadow Brook.
They will sail for England on the Adri
atic Thursday. The ponies will be
shipped Saturday. Ten of them hara
been eold. Pretty Boy to a Boeton man.
It is said that none of the Duke of
Weslmlnster'e ponies would be sold,
Mllburn waa the only member of tba
A.iirii.on icon. otmw nejeu 7Hl..ue
He took part In a "cut In" Kama !
p fJJdP they went to Piping Rock.
hlch Lord wodehouee also particle
August Belmont and his son Mor
took part In a short game during tba af.
ternoon with eleven other players who
cut In and out of the game at different
August Belmont will give a dinner to
the members of ths American and
llsh teams, the substitute aad the i
bore of the Pnlo Association at
Meadow Brook Club houee to-night