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U. S. POLO TEAM DEFEATS BRITISH 11 TO
4
TO-NIQHTS WEATHER FAIR.
TO'MORROWO WEATHER FAIR.
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"Circulation Books Open
to All."
VOL. LXL NO. 21,770 DAILY.
Oopjrinht, 11121, by The Vrr. PnbllihUir
Co. (The Not York World),
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921.
Entered m Mreoml-Claia Mutter
rwt Office, New York, N. Y.
PRICE THREE GENTS
aatoim
wfot
WHITE SOX BEAT YANKS 4 TO 3;
KNOBBIE WINS CARLTON STAKES
CHICAGO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
BEAT N. Y. FOR INTER-CITY TITLE
Racing Results, Charts sss Baseball
BASEBALL
SCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP
AT NEW YORK:
Chicago ..000003 1 1
NewYork. 1 1000201
Batteries Torpe and Schwartz; Ryholm and Marquardt.
KINS
4-O-
9
5
ut.Ns.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
AT CHICAGO:
Giants ...2 0 O B i Q
Chicago ..1 2 O O H E-mtt
Batteries Toney and Snyder: York and O'Farrcll.
AT PITTSBURGH.
Brooklyn .1 00001 00
Pittsburgh 3000 0 100
Batteries Ructhcr and Miller; Cooper and Schmidt.
3
4
Evening World Racing Chart
AQUR'DUCT, JUNE 18. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST.
nnn FIRST HACE For thrce-yrr-old and upward tclitmlnt-: aeren furiona. puree lU.onO.
. . At port a. IT. Off t J.I9. HUrt nod. Won eaaUy; place drltinl. Tim, I. ST.
Winner, cb t. by Mrtllck Ooldtn Ann. Owner, lev. SprrlliW. Train-r. J, Fratere.
Hide:
U2 Wlnnrvnnne
2rr O loamy (jun
P.P.Win .St. i
.4 III &
118
4
i. dir. Kin. Jookm. op. 111. CI. PL 3d.
IS 1
2 2
1H i'vm
nior
.6-2
7-2
5
2-
3-5
lfci'Thcodosla 3 fct 2 3 3W ;IW 4' 3H Hum 3 fi 0-2 T-S 1-2
1P3' VJlRwirdllie ... T US 4 21 24 4 31 4 Tron 2 5-2 5-2 4-5 1-3
Horrtb 2 116 3 41 5 r. r,. ftlt Kir 8 lli 12 5 2
Trtl.T
Arditn
IIS
113
T V4
1 7
T 7
Welner
nti
. . 2(1
20
SO
15
.no
10
Wlnnrconne ent to the front rwnt after the break and hid the rice ufe ill the way. Gloomy
On. hid no excuse. Theodoela ran ood rice. I'eriaourdlnc tired In lat ipurter.
nn i aiXKIM) ItAJK The Durtt'ate 8t"erlcthaae IItndK-ip; for four.yrir-olda and upwanl;
CL . lllout t,to rnllni; l.Soo iddrd. At nmi 2.3S Olf it 2 39. Mart good. Won eajlly;
plane drlrliw Time, 4 10 2-3. Winner, b. m. by Mdiee Joule U Owner, . rl
Index. Starters.
lener. trainer, T. AVcbh.
IftM Joyful
I1U strdarji
I!4 Valirnr
158 ltojal Arch...
Sea Bnn ....
Conte Ifc. Tee.
104 Siwt Kim....
Irlathin . . .
IM'.Wgt..
8 13.S 1 p p p p
, 3 135 6 21 H 2H 3" 2
5 137 5 3" 3" 2 3
4 14!) 4 4" 3" 41 4"
1 134 8 5 4 J .'
2 1364 T ' 61 T
6 130 2 T 7
7 130 3 IMdled Hp
IVi Str. Kin. Jooxeyx. Oi. III. CI. PL 3d.
3
4'"
fi
0
llym . .
Chryne .
Mlboney
rirford
Iliuli . . ,
McNllr ,
Itursem
Ilinej. ...
.T-5
. B
. 8
.'20
. SO
. 30
. ft
8-&
10
10
.1
30
M
no
10
1
H
K
5-2
30
2-K
3
3
4-3
10
15
IS
4
AT CINCINNATI:
Phila.... 0 0 0 5 0 0 0
Cincinnati 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
Batteries Smith and Brugtry: N apier and Wlngo.
m a-so
nvKa
AMERICAN LEAGUE
AT..NKW YORK:
Chicago ..0003 0 1 00
Yankees.. 01000101
Batteries Faber and Schalk; Ho yt, Ferguson and Schaug.
o-o-
4
3
Lct rirfr. .Toyfiil jumped well; nt4 Ml tlw tpfd jid neter tt th nwilt In dmibt. fijrdtai
had to be baM rtdden to sare the pUcr. Valanar cloarrl tcrj stron.
225
THIKD IIACK The Hndon: for to-seir-oldr.: fire furlorm: S2.M0 idded.
3(KJ. off u 3 II. SUrt rxul. Wen drlrlni: plire nuu, Time. 0S1ii,v
or. c. by Sweep Indeorenoe. Owner, Mr. A. It. Lawflon. Tnlner, W. S. House,
At port
u llinei,
StirtJ-m.
iMwti. St.
1KH m Itv
1 Illr Heart
lWt Pillory ..,
. 0 IIS
. n its
.10 lis
174 Toil I IIS
1M Jlbr Kuril.... 3 Its
(210) IlmonMlrr t US
144 Ulilrtlclc 4 112
iTereijan r 1 1.
inntftrmeur
. -Mondiy Mom... T
Str. Kin. Jorke.
Op. IU. CI. PL 3d.
8
34
W
1
4k
4
10
7H
8
4H
l",i
r.i
10
m
31
l
T
01
At
in
1 Uodrtfurl . 2
2 '4 Hie 3
34 Ktvor .... &
4 Kerwh ....20
51 KliltT ee . 20
. Kum'er. 4
T" Tireer ... 10
R lUdTVir . 20
94 ltnt.lrwon . 20
10 Miller ....20
ll-S 11-.F
8 13-5
T 7
25 25
20 IS
5 ia-s
12 12
V 30
.10 30
30 30
4-5
1
8
S
R-5
5
8
10
10
1-3
1
1
4
6-2
4-5
5
5
Sweep y closed with a wonderful iraret of tpeed throofh but nlxteerrth: ciuirht lllg Heart fifty
jirdii from me nnian ind won joinc amy. utter weaierml when chillenxed. ltllory flnlnhed out
etroiic.
AT BOSTON:
Detroit... 000022 1 0 2-7
Boston.... 2 0200043 11
Batteries Danes and Alnsralth; Jones and Rucl.
AT PinU.VDEL.PHIA:
Cleveland. 000001 10
PhUa 00102050
Batteries Bairny and Thom;m; Harris and Perkins.
4
8
AT WASHINGTON:
st Louis., o o o ra m a-i
Wash'ton. 2 2 OUifilBQEI Mi
Battcrica Bayn and Collins: Zachary and G-harrlty.
KNOBBIE AND PLAYFELLOW
STABLEMATES. RUN ONE.TWO
Man 0' War's Brother, Sold
Yesterday for $11 5,000, Four
Lengths Behind Winner.
By Vincent Treanor
AQUEDUCT RACE TRACK. June
18. The recently purchased Qulncy
pair. Knobble and playfellow, ran
one, two in the order named In the
rr-ltnn Handicap, the feature of this
afternoon's card. A track jammed In
every section viewed the contest.
Knobble was away from tne iohi
Playfellow, flnlnhlnB behind him,
might have run over the top of him.
The Rancocus Stable had declared to
win ,with Knobble, and accordingly
.Fator had to restrain Playfellow un-
. in Vin run home.
Knobble finished four lendths In front
of Playfellow. Careful was third,
after raclnpr Smoke Screen into sub
mission in the early runnlnfr.
The openins event, a claiming race,
was reduced from twenty to a field of
aeven. Winneconnc proved the win
ner, laklns the lead shortly after the
rise of the barrier and staylnr; there
all the way. Perlprotirdlne was in
pursuit of the leaders all the way un
til the final eighth, when Tryon frolng
to the whip made the mare nult.
Gloomy Clus tten camo on fas1, but
j,e i little late. Second was the
beat ho could do, In front of Thco-
Jeyful, Syrdarya and vaiapa-r xau
In the order named all the way In the
steeplechase. Joyful was tho favorite.
First time past the stand It was the
same way and In the n .xt circuit, the
finish, the some order was main
tained. Royal Arch, who lost time
out beat Joyful, was never In tho
hunt,
William A. and Lord Baltimore, the
top weights, were scratched from the
Hudson Handicap, the third on the
card, leaving Sweep By the favorite,
He won llko a good youngster. He
camo from behind In the final eighth
and fought his way between Big
Heart and Pillory to win going away.
At the eighth polo Big Heart and
Pillory were fighting It out and it
6ecmcl as If they would split the
money until Sweep By charged cour
ageously. Pillory finally wound up
third behind Big Heart. The time of
the race was .59 1-5.
226
FOURTH RAft The Carlton: for three-year-oWn; orw mile; M 500 added.
3 30. Off at 3 3! Start poor. Won raallv; place rame. Time, 1.3.S 1-3.
b. c. by Wrack lold. Oxner, lUncocu Stable. Trainer, 8. C. lllldrrtb.
At pnrt
ti inner,
Index. ptArt.ji
172 Kntfibie ....
( 1CK1) 'Pin fellow . . .
arfTiu
Smoke Sown.
Illllv IJarton..
2fl) Hennlnirtnn
4 i Sir, tin. JoAeya.
lr2 MonliU
Brtiominin
.... 3
tl
I'.l'.Wgt tx
. 1 123 1 P4 P p P
. 7 10H 2 41 b' 4. 2
, H lift S 3' 3 :i 24 3
, 2 113 .1 214 24 24 31 4
. 4 123 4 B fi. fi.
5 ItW R 51 44 4 C,4
Hit B 7 T 7
123 T Ilrole Oown
Mindc ..,.1.2
1'alor 1-2
lUdenoiir . . 5
Ktnnedy . . 12
Mlllnr ..... 30
JJnnor 15
Hamilton . 30
C. Ktimmer. 5
Q. HI. CI. PI. 3d.
1-2
1-2
7
20
;ui
30
:io
a
1.2
1.2
2
IS 5
30 8
30 10
30 10
P-2 5
LATE RALLIES BY CHICAGO
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS DEFEAT
NEW YORK TEAM FOR ME
Wild Throws Give George Wash
ington Team Run in the
First Inning.
By Robert Boyd.
SOUTH FTBL.D, Columbia Uni
versity, June 18. The George Wash
ington High Sohool, lnterschol.istlc
champions of Greater New York, met
tho Ld.no Technical High School,
champions of Chicago, hero to-day In
the second annual Intersection!)!
championship of the two cities.
Prominent city officials from both
Chicago and New York were In tho
stands. Representatives of tho Japan
ese and Italian Consuls uleo were
present.
Gen. George W. Wlnyate, President
f the New York Public Sohool Ath
letic Leacuc, tossed out the first bull.
ah attendance of 8,000 was present
at the start of the game. The llnc-up:
tleorra Waablnaton
AQUEDUCT ENTRIES.
Heewnoa .
TomlMDl ,
Ton' . . . .
Harden .,
Watertiiacy
.Sohwarti
11
...Sb
....!
rfl
...1I
. .3li
Lar Tr&.
Tailtiertolll
Pfleaser ,.,
Chrtivman
Uiholin
IMntiardt
8tfiihm.tou ,...,
Kraft
HuUanli
,..e
..3,i
:;if.
,..rf
...If
Itancocan Stible entry Knobble ct 1 terrUic pace all the way and won at he pleaaci. Play
fellow wia under double wrapa all throjfh last antienth. rareftil ran 1 fair race. Ilrooinepun broke
dottn rurht after the dart.
227 3
FIFTH KAClv iVor two-yeuuldi; ellins fire furlonjs; pnr il.OdO. At prtit 4 Oi.
at 4.W lAlt ipMhl, oii ilriitftf; pUw jiip Tun-. 1 A l.A Winuor. rf,
In hinkbrooiu
4 lOlrtoil.
uer, II I. Whitney
ur!fm.
h
u-6 zealot
171 Miriam Cooper,
The
jfrt liH'k Ipftt4o.
Kt KirlJe . . .
Km Utile rnw. .
Je'i lttHwt.
,03' Bmaner
VI Mnrhetm . ..
71 sSfloU
iV K'-rrnrton ..
! 0 San ftteUno. .
iriM Trt''. . .
ja" Ieit
IM tk Pin.. .
iM'.WgUrtt.
..IT Ml 7""
::!? 1?! A
..IT 1134 8
. . t IPS 0
.. 7 MM 4
..14 111 10
. . 8 1( 3
.. 3 ill 2
.. 4 10T 11
.. l 104 13
..1 III 14
.. S 1104 It
. . 10 lOH 1'-
.. 2 107 17
.. 0 I".' !l
..12 107 12
fil.
4
S
' 4
8 4
P
04
km
12
13
11
14
15
111
17
fr, I'm. Jofke. o... HI. CI.
Trainer, ti A.
at.
St
4
8
14
P
74
ln
12
13
11
14
15
It
IT
l
2 1. 4
314
111
lti
S'W
T
84
4U
101 14 101 I'.nue
12 111 1 Manni .
13 P.'" I'olllna .
11 I3 MllkT ...
II 141. unr ...
15 isi Tnmer ...
t 1 X, Hwart.
IT 17 -H'rtnn . .
iIUIettl
2 ('uutiaji
34 111.
4 4 Stimto
5'4KiLior . .
0 AnUirow
7' Kcftth ..
84 Itobirwrn
114 ,I(onj"
J
8
ir.
in
11
30
15
10
tl
50
20
8
, 3l
0
. 20
20
20
52 11-5
8
20
IS
8
30
15
13
8
M
:vi
12
30
8
30
30
PL
1 "
3
20
fi
5-2
12
II
A
5-2
20
4
12
3
12
12
Zealot, dip!iyln i real buret of speed, ,took tJie lead at ftirlnni pole ami won eaaily. Miriam
f'ocfr nude a game effort Tfte Waa 'nae up unnind fait. IllcJc Oeadeye ran food race.
DOC) SIXTH ItACK-tMalden lilllw: thre.'.)rar-oVl. one mile; purse ll.oc
J 1 Off at 4;rf. Start ron.1. Won ei.il.v Place Drlnim. Time. I 41
bfaU l.j lUrk View lleleni O. Ownrr, J. l.lrlncMiin Trainer, (I. M
000. At Mt 4 34.
48 Winner ch. I..
Worn
I mlex Slarl.-ra
lit! Vlrlui .
,4U10
7 i:v w.t.m. 'i 4
J?."s "nr. .-. si4 3'
... 0 115 T 41 r
2'1 IHtlAil.wrKlllly.. 4 115 8 tl T4
W. CUrk C 1 1IJ i j'
tm IVo.ma Ames ., 2 115 4 4 4
1!12 ilUnt Toe . 5 11S 8J 1)
215 Jmi-a iVIlo 7 115 3 6 0'
Mr Pin. Jmikeya.
i" p
4 :i
P -.i
ill ,i
;, 41.
fti fti
II 7
8 8"
Tl 0
Sanda
IU I'olllllM
3 fecT
I. Ir,it-,tan
8' .Vlmrtmcer.
il' .1. H
7 H.miUnn
8 1 -Melralf . . .
0 Z..nlr
Ol. III.
.8-5 11-5"
, 20 ;!0
,7-f. 8-5
. 3o ;u
. 15 15
. So SO
. 8 12
. fl Id
. 15 15
.10
I
30
B
3-ft
12
1-3
4
20
4
fi
3
Vlrian drew out in lat QuutrT iwi won brecxlnc.
Saaartty Qint in final eighth.
3d.
' 1-1
fi
6
8
10
S3
8-3
.Virwy doend firt throuh lint furtorw.
LATONIA ENTRIES.
The La,tonl entries for LMondij'a new a" "
follows :
l'lltST n.VX3BPurse SI 3O0: dalmln; for
ihrre-nur-oldH an.1 up nil furU. -Kiwi Uv.
IIT: Adrinw. 0S! knil Hm. 10H; "taa ltr-i.
Ill); Maik Vcrw. 107, - Wie tohrj-,10T:
lAnclot, liu; innercnt ''T'l,-i. tv
li: I'ty "'".-.
Iluntrr Winn nn H'orclft-ii Cnurln.
ROBHAMPTON, Kngland, June IS.
Francis T. Hunter, the American
tennis star, defeated Dr. A. A. Kyzco
of Great Britain In tho final round of
the men's singles in the tennis tour
nament here, 1 a, 1 6, S 6, 61,
63.
lira. iWnUfiry' WIiin Tennla C,nm.
ROKHAMTON, June IS. Mrs.
Molla BJurstedt MaJiory defeated
Mi" Hnwkip.s of England In tho final
round of tho ladles' singles by 6 1,
6 1, 6 2. The tournament was a
club affair only. ,
Meltln. 110
(fcjD' Qurn.
RACING RESULTS.
11V. llrfvn llran,.
f.r ,18 A.M elirLbl
llnndii. 112; -l-xl i.irri-ni, mm
10T; Amanda. 107; lloll On, lrtl
Pet-orul Itace l'lrrw $1,400; for maidrffia. two-veir-J.klit;
fire llonM. lliantiwn lllus. 112;
ttiirline, 112; Hill ind Cno. 112; Mmlna. 112;
(Inrr.t Wlrwr.r, 112; Hanta t'lara. 112; Alrimda,
112; i;imii storw. ir-, n m i, ii-.
If.. 112: KltlkllM. 112; "MrOeeV Pw. 112
AW ellglli'e- llliw I)e.n. 112: I-i't Ilrusll, HI;
Udy Mother. 112; llrlxht Uaf. 115.
Aivlntiie and Sriceir entry.
Tlllltl) K.fl& I'urw SI, 400: rlumirxr for
three. jear-oVU- ne rolli. and a iiteentli.--Mum
Kontalne. 102. Whlireit Ifl"; I'ewjnoi, I'tt:
llliniheil. 105; Aiv. 110; Ismiti lie.!, 110;
Jet Sam, 112
KOI'RTIl R-XCE I'linw S2.O00. lllnwawv;
Tl.e Mwfhell; for tlire',jear-ol..: r.11 fnrlonm -
llother.tion, 105; Illowlnl lluli'n. KJf. HuMe
he.n. 1US. llalime 1H 10S; Cho CTn. trt);
ralUcy, 100; llunaea, III; Ad.ate, 1H; Dir.
Jee'lne. 115.
KIITII HAOO-l'nme SI.700. illowancen; The
lnc: for four-5cr.lilji ami u.i. oie m-1e and a
.ixtr. nth - AmWiK, 1W; Mulil 100 Mile.
Dme, 100: Makeup, It'.. Iue 108; War
l'rir.', HiTi; lipi .Tahiti, 105: J'aatoreau, 102;
lmt Cat, 107: Swi). 111.
AtXTII RACK- l"ure l,3fjO; eliinronl!: fr
lii-iear-olt cilia ind cellinx.. tire furlong -
, .:,n n:(. vm, ' ii':i ..i..' Time. 3S2. All ran.
milder. 113, 8i.i Tin." 113; p.rn'u, 113 Ran. THIRD UACf "m rntle. Sulva
M...Hn;. IJuMilnon. 1 1..; .ll'Cl. .115 . AIm. , , .9,;0 un,. j3.f, nrst; u.. i.jjnl,
terrer,. , ,1: ,KUi .,. 0cond; Hlarnty Boy, third!
Wi "i uur.-inr "I" TiniM. 1.41 l.n. All run.
AT LATONIA.
FIRST RACE Six furlongs. Guve-
nor, 17.00 and t7.40, first: Cozctto,
J4.40, second; Jane Penny baker, third.
Time, 1.12 2-5, Non-Btarters: pine-
crest, Frank E.. t'lfl 2d. Miss Patty,
Gallant Lad and Penwcll.
SECOND RACE Five furlongs.
Granite Ware, $11.20 and $6.50, first;
Deep Sinker, $5.00, second; Huavn
Prince, third. Time, 1.01. Non-start-ers:
Edith Vale, The Colonel's Lady,
Imokalce and Stonewall,
THIRD RACE One and one-quar-
tcr miles. J. C. Stone, $5.40 and $3.30,
first: Wave, $5.80, second; Wads
worth's Lust, third. Time, 2.06 1-5
Non-starters Pit and Capt. Tom.
AT OTTAWA.
FIRST RACE Five furlongs. Dla
dema. $2.50 and $2.35, first; Corcnzlo,
$t.40, second: Lottie Loralne, third.
Time, 1,01 2-5. Non-starter, Photo-
P'si:COND RACE About two miles.
Bencher. $2 85 and $2.S0, first; War
Togs, $3 80, second. Redstart third.
RACK T1LVCK. AQUEDUCT, N. Y.. Juna 18.
Tho lolkiwuia: aro tir erMrti for Monday a
I'lllST RACK- 4'"Tdltlori; for thrtf -yerM
an.i upwartl; all lureiiupi
index ii.nwi i.
IM) lliv 1U1.T .110
Conine H1
Curfew I ml
llpnuimdaU. ..jttl
Yunirarl Ill
- lUlliiniwnev 113
(1l3) Miyrr Parkr, . IWillM) Playfellirw
lndei Ilmae Wl.
l5i Pirtlv Ann. . .110
137 .Mert Marine, 1 15
(14U) laud llriilitonl28
I I1ea lienlo W lit
17 Jlmmle IIH
2ft war rourt. .ill
fttl) I'lufrllme ..122
I Hid de iloniy.il M . Jr.lTl ... 11
4(1 St. -Mkharl . 1I1 182 3.1 (,U....U1
8lj0l)Nlt UAOrflt"niJerlwe: aelllna; for
fot i r-r eaM.ldrt and upnanlj lU.ut.twn nillea,
imiey hotm. i.
. 144
- Itl.Mrti
212 'toiiK Trail... V11I
122 ""uterinum y.n
-nvrmmeT rviy-i, i-n
fmlet Itiirae Wt.
104 Tattle 130
211 "War Vlctaw.130
2I2 I'ilr Mar 112
18 "Mteer-l r.'l.l,.l
TIIIRO HACi;--Soliln: lor two-yoar-otda; file
ruriontfi.
lniVl lloree V.
1181) Mare. WTnle.
Tfctnhrn'.l ....10;
tla.1Wl 110
ItrT Wll Ilii
vol jwMinumi mi.
ME AN PO
TEAM WINS
SERIES IN
FIRST GAME OF
ENGLAND BY 1 1 TO 4 SCORE
Brilliant Assemblage Sees U. S. Play
ers Take One Sided Contest From
British Yankees Put Up Strong
Attack, and Defense Stands Up
Well Webb Scores Five Goals,
Hitchcock Four.
ti tin' .t,M at jr,n ..i.i
l llllW,
lor uuve-)",tr-i'ui; "lie "ii aiei a jtvriini. - V'utliTll IrI., fit-Inn.-
i utiip, itai; uoininie, 11.1. tirai-e iiann.rty, t rv.i'i.ni ...n .u,.,.d.
nil; L.m WLkrii. 110; HJa. no; -.NoniUd, Fort Bliss. $4.45 and $2.30, first; ()8-
110: Kera Acre. 110: ludKi. 112. rnqloti tR 70 .ernnd' ItuIh Imv
Aiiprmtlca allo.anre clilmod. Cit pounila . ff, i ' . , an iove,
Wcitii daw, trick tut, 1 third. Time, 1.14. All ran. ,
smart ct Marquardt ..c
I'miiirvK J 1., Johnatoue ami mil Uryiiuf.
FIRST INNING.
CHICAGO Pusqucnelll out at first,
Thompson to Walerbury. Pllegger
grounded out to first. Christmun filed
out to short. NO RUNS.
NEW YORK Thompson hit to
short and took stcond on Budiicli's
wild throw to flrot. Severance sacri
ficed and Thompson scored on a wild
throw to first. Tomlsuna sacrificed.
Torpo out on Infield hit. Heyden filed
out U short ONE RUN.
SECOND INNING.
CHICAGO Hyholm filed out to first.
Delnhardt fanned. Stephenson sin
gled to left. Kraft forced Stephen
son at Hecond. NO RUNS.
NEW YORK Wntorbury doubled
to right- McCann laid down a sacri
fice bunt, Watcrbury safe at third.
Schwartz hit to Kraft, who threw
home to get Watcrbury. Watcrbury
and Schwartz safe. Stuart forced
Srhwartz ut second. Thompson out
ut first ONE RUN.
THIRD INNING.
CHICAGO Marquard culled out on
strikes. Budach singled to left.
Pasqucnclll fanned. Game Interrupted
wihcn Mayor Hylan entered. Pflegar
ningled to right, Huduch staying at
second. Chrlstman fouled to lert and
Severance made a wonderful cntch.
NO HUNS.
NEW YORK Severance rolled to
Short, out at first. Tomlsana singled
over third base. Btidnch fumbled In
left and Tomis.ina advlincrd to sec
ond. Torpo hit to second und Tom
lsana was retired at third. Torpe
rraohed second on a balk. Hayilen
walked. Watorbury walked. McCann
struck out NO RUNS.
FOURTH INNING.
CHICAGO Ryholm fanned. Dion
ltardt fanned, Stevenson singled
over second. Stevenson took second
on a balk. Krart hit to thlld. He
was safo on a poor throw. Mar-
Uiiard fanned. NO RUNS.
NEW YOHK Hcnwartz walked,
Stuart filed out to Ryholm nnd
Srhwartz was doubled off st.
Thompson fafe at first on Christ
man's error. Thompson stole second.
Thompson Ktolo third. Severance
filed out to third. NO RUNS.
FIFTH INNING.
CHICAGO Budach filed out to
centre. Pasnuenelll fanned. Pllegger
retired at tirsL NO RUNS.
NEW YORK Tomlsana out at
first. Torpe filed to I'naKiuenelll.
Hayden hit a long fly to centre. NO
RUNS.
SIXTH INNING.
CHICAGO hrtstnian out at first.
Ryholm popped to Wuterbury. Doln
hardt hit a home run into the left
field bleachers. Stevenson slngletl to
right. Kraft doubled to centre and
on a wild throw Stevenson scored
and Kraft reached third. Marnuordt
rolled weakly to third, but reaohet
first safely, Kraft (.coring Hiidadli
retlrt.d on a grounder to third.
THREE RUNS.
NEW YOHK Watcrbury walked.
McCann tried to bunt, but the ball
rolled to short Moth runners safe.
Schwartz fanned. Stuart rolled tn
l'asiiieuelll, who Juggled the ball mo
m"ntiirity all runners safe Thomp
son forced W.iterbury at thu plate.
Severance doublrd to Irft. but
Thompson was out at third, McCann
and Stuart scoring. TWO RUNS.
SEVENTH INNING.
Index lforaa Wt,
- inline .1111
T2 Radical . ...113
181 rirlom .. . . !
"IK. Ilirk Oeailey. 1112
joft Manna 12
204 Ma. Murphy, l Caeadora 112
2t0 Kimitlnn Itrr'lirai U.iy IMhl... W
20T. Ilerrlnirton 1121
roUItni ltACli Ttf llaootrr HandK-a: far
tiiree-year-otda and upward; eie mllo and a, ais
teenlli.
Index Ifttna Wt.llndel Horn Wt.
r.0 l-a.nl. AVnc!i..liri 202 Dr. C'Urk ...110
IUI Hmn nn 11.1k. I 12 1 1 121 Knoiiti .
217' IVn lture ....! I4li' fair UaJn ..100
l.llll Viii !7 . HMM ir,
12021 Yellow Hnd..112l 9 lltiwint 100
IJ..I11 PMfellon ..IIINI
KlfTII flACi: Claiming; for four-jmr-oklj and
iim.nl. ..lie mile and a airtctiwi.
Itochnrt ... 1l
.lMIMl 11
War Pliune ..lift' 155 IXiriaa IM
143 'Mime i02
MXTII UA(J1J-Vr mildenn, two-)eirnlda.
lire rur'onla.
Imlex HonM Wt-llndrx Home
;il7 l'nlown llni 101 Itorhir
HnroU 107 IiiV Ukru.
Inlet llnnu. Wt
144 Oil Man 11 5
imnM A.....1I.I
174 tonality ... 115
- tlaliUniw Hoy .11
2111 Maetrr Hand. 115
i8! num., .. . .it.-.
144 Htoirle ftlmon.115
-- I Ir. IMiilin. .11
- I..-I8ilf ... .11.'
IDT llly I1.'i
tjuonia 11,1
ndex lfonwi Wt.
2111' Hiliy lift
123 Hilly Watt, .lift
;-;-2 lllrulell.. . 112
Sleittvoninl 115
All Oier.. ..lift
2S Kn.it llram. lift
Hume! fMilrl.115
2H1 Akixietl ..lift
IVnlc in
rtniirelih 115
210 Hilrnt KIIK..11
. ...i.il a.-w.ntlm .Ilf.u.liiM claim. 1.
Ten te'iirul apirfentK-o allowanie Claimed
Weather clear. Track fa.it.
CONNAUGHT PARK ENTRIES.
FtnsT ILtCff Clalroltur; fi nuHen tw.
y.rii,ta; flrn t.irloiaii. Mary lUak. 117. Cea-k
men.ter. 113; Alommtinn, HKIj Dare, UK; Im
Krtldaniler, 100 J OepenUon, 100; My lloilf,
100.
Tlllltl) HACK rlllmilie: tor thre-lrtirilln
ate. irwanl fiwhal In Otfiadrt, tmn ind ,H'-ll
i.nth milin - Milkmiiwt, 1 IT: War for, ItU:
i!ron id il-ild. III! llUi "iJle. !: Aunt
Un, '.i I
KOtllt'lll It-VCB CliimUiij; f.ir tliree loar-nll
ami u;ianl, all furkinci. 'Varpia 2l. 112,
HuntreM, jll; .Stiletto .It"; Sal.-mii.. Wi;
U iih-limtrr, f; Mnry llinl. Iff, II D-n-k. 117
Taraaowi, 111; Kertilaji, lll; Dinclm l.ir!,
i;: 'Klni loA, iMary lit; 1M. Alt el.silil
trr.r.raji 1'Ajle, lid; MIk-l.nt, 1U; l'n
Ztrtwiie, l(l
H1TII lUClV 5ilirln: for Hirre.jeur-.iUa;
wir mil., ami e.rnL janla Helen 100
I ritol. 10.-I. tJrrtln Clkirxe lirl; lltlt rne,
llrj, ,s,ie, in; jarr. i, in; unnan ...
KiMlwanl Pnnew, 87
SIX I'll llAIti: -'.lalmln: lor tour er ol.Ia
and UXan, mile and eetenty Jania Oiaaleiir,
121. UU1 . Iiie, H.i, lauiauui, u.; ...
nun. Ill: MUle I. ll'i, Manonire. iw,
r.-tt) J., ltw; "i.ain oe cans'., iw; -.aaiw.ia.-iir.
1U2
MHVliTH HACi; Claiming; for four-jw.
out. atwl irpwant. mie and oiii-nteenth mllev
I'li.lin, in.; tt ar i;iu-i, il". lirmine. n;
Court Idol, 107; llucknill. loft; 11) lemiry,
nil Urn, II n.8 I.ltll.. Sin.tr. IMI: J. Alfml
Clark, MS; Mtouen. (Ml- 'KI4... f0
AHrWll.e allien, urtj i-l.lllw-l i ratlir. v.-. .
rark fiat
Severance. Pfltgcr wns retired on a
weak roller to Tomlsana. Chrlstman
knocked a home run into the centre
field bleachers. Ryholm filed to Sev
erance, ONE HUN.
NEW YOHK Tomlsana safe at
first on gioiinder to hort. Torpo
fanned. Hayden forced Tomlsana.
Hayden safe on a wild throw by
Kraft. Watcrbury retired on a
grounder to rttiort NO RUNS.
EIGHTH INNING.
CHICAGO Delnhardt singled to
centre and stole second. Stevenson
fanned. Iango, batting for Mar
iiuurdt, hit to Tomlsau, who made a
poor throw to third. Both runners
safe. Delnhnrdt scored and Iinre
reached third on McCann's error
Huduch filed to the pitcher P.isque
nelll filed to Severance. ONE RUN
NEW YORK (organs ratuhtng fur
Chicago. McCann singled. SchwarU
walked. Slunrt fannid, McCann go
Ing to third. McConn scored nn
Thompson's afe hit to first, Schwartz
taking third. Schwartz was called out
at t.ho plate In trying to score on a
wl'd pitch. Severances filed to second.
ONE RUN.
NINTH INNING.
CHICAGO Plleger fanned. Chrlst
man singled to left Chrlstman went
to thud on wild throw to second.
Ryholm fannel. Di-inhardt walked.
Stephenson was hit by pitched ball.
Chi-lstm.in and Delnliaiilt scored on
Kraft's single po-st s.cond. Jnrgens
singled to nirht seorinn- Rt-j.hnin
and Kraft. Budiuih flbd out to first.
WHIR RUNS.
fanned.
America .
England . .
SCORE BY PERIODS
1 2 3 4 6
2 1 2 0 2
6
2
0
7 Total
211
0 4
HURUNGHAM POLO FIELD, LONDON, June 18 (Associited
Press). Anuria won the first of the polo matches for the international
trophy to-day, defeating Great Britain by the score of 1 1 to 4.
The American team's attack was a strong one, and the defense stood
up well throughout the match, particularly in the latter part, the British
team being unable to score a goal after the fourth period. The British
team's best period was the third, Major Barrett and Lieut. Col. Tomkin
son both scoring goals in this cluikker. Tomkinson also scored the two
other British goals.
GOALS BY PERIODS.
AMERICA ENGLAND
First Period.
Webb Nono
Hitchcock
Second Pariod.
Webb Tomkimon
Third Period.
Hitchcock Barrett
Stoddard Tomkinson
Fourth Period.
None Tomkinson
Fifth Period,
Mitburn Nono
Webb
Sixth Period.
Hitchcock None
Webb
Seventh Period.
Hitchcock None
, Wobb
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BOAT BLOWS UP
N THE LOWER BAY;
AT LEAST ONE DEAD
Motor Launch Was From
Gravesend, but Number on
Board Not Known.
NEW YOHK Tomlsana
Tone fanned . Huyden filed out. NO
CnilCAGO roaqucnclll died out to RUNS, , ,
A motor boat containing one and
perhapH more persons blow up a few
minutes before noon In the Lower Bay
between Bwlnburno Island ami West
Bank Lighthouse. The explosion
ivas heard nt South Beach, and Henry
Enielhauscr, a fisherman, and others
put out In a launch.
The point of tho explosion Is about
four miles off shore. When they
rcoohed tho place they found somo
burned wreckage but no traon of uny
one or anything that would glvo a
clue to the identity of tho craft.
The keoper of tho West Bank
Lighthouse reported ho had seen a
boat a fow minutes bufuro ho heard
the explosion, had looked and saw
much smoke but nn trace of any ono
i in the water Ho said the boat ap
puirpil tn be between JO sni feet
long.
The police also made a benrrh hut
found no trnce of anything. The boat
Is supposed to havo como from
Gravesend Bay.
J. Watson Wcfob, No. 3, and Thom
as C. Hitchcock Jr.. No. 2. did moil
of tho scoring for tho American team,
tho former making flvo goals nnd tho
latter four. Devcreux Mllburn, cap
tain and back, and Louis Stoddard.
No, 1, each scored one goal.
After tho British team had drawn
closo to tho American four In the
fourth period, at tho end of which
tho total was S to 4, the American
quartet, playing better than ever, be-
gnn to draw ahead rapidly and with
2 coals In each the fifth, sixth and
seventh periods, ran the total score
up to 11 to 4, tho final tally.
Tho American team had its full
strength tn the field, Capt Mllburn,
who it was feared -would be out with
a sprained back, finding himself fit
for tho afternoon struggle and tak
ing the saddle with his colleagues.
He scared a goal In the fifth period.
The contest, witnessed by a brill
iant assemblage, was too one-sided to
cause much excitement, although it
was a splendid exhibition of hard
riding all around; after the fourth
period the spectators showed little
enthusiasm.
Tho reiult was naturnjly a disap
pointment to the English followers of
tho sport, who recently bad become
convinced that the teams were quite
evenly matohed. Changes In the
British team arc considered likely be
foro tho next game, Wednesday.
Not only tho Americans' play but
their ponies wore superior in to-day's
match, and the British missed nu
merous chances for goals.
Tho teams lined up as follows:
Gnoiud
America
Luuta MuMard. ..
T C. llitch.Tk. ,
J W. Webb.. .,
perervux Mllburn
1'ca.itKra
No, 1
No. 2
No. 3
III. ,
-It. CoL Tomiuwa.
Major lUrrott
...Lord Wodehouaeo
,AIijor tixkctt
Huff rr Lieut. Goo. Sir Sewoir lit Nile,
WEBB IS FIRST TO SCORE FOR
AMERICAN TEAM.
In tho first of tho seven periods,
Kngland attacked with a good shot toy
Lord Wodchouso. which was cleverly
blocked by Mllburn, in 2 1-4 minutes
Webb scored for the United BUtea
from a good pass by Stoddard, who
was playing No. 1. Hitchcock scored
the second gcil for America shortly
afterward. Stoddard then had a
chain, hut missed a goal. At tho end
of the period tho American players
were attacking and the bU wu ttent

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