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YACHTING.
ajrjnXAL REGATTA OF MANHANSETT BAY
TArHT CLUB— OF FIVE NAVAL
MILITIA CUTTERS.
Forty-two yachts and five naval militia cutters
sailed in tfce annual regatta, of the Manbar.sett
Bay Yacht Club yesterday on Long Island Sound.
<j-{,.y stall I in a light breeze from the routhwest
at roon. and soon ran into a black srjuall from the
northwest, which made thf small sloops douse
their mainsails. The larc.-r yachts carried sail
through the squalL
The •<:im radii Erneline was placed at the dis
posal of the regatta committee by Commodore
Stephen W. Koach, who entertained a large party
on board during th« ra». T^ie art was made off
the clubhouse at Port Washington. Long Island.
The course for the large sloops was nineteen
miles, with turning points at Plum Beach and
Csngway buoy?. Old Hen and Red Spring Point
fcucijf an ' 3 t * l ' southwest stakeboat off Larchmont.
The windward work sras from Larchmont back to
the finish.
•j-v. -. was ■■> larger representation of one d. si?rn
boats out than :n any of the season's races.
Another boat with red sails entered. It was the
Eleanor, built, owned and sailed by Bobert Jacob.
The Naval Militia cutters started at 3.-V55 o'clock.
ThfV were started b| Uekfteaant Barnard of the
Ist Battaiion. The contest was a keen one for the
priz<- offered by the yacM club. The boats carried
leR o' mutton sails, and were manned by men from
T }j |st and 2d battalions. A cutter from the Second
Div-sion of Lh< Ist Battali woo the four-mile
race. Bh< w;»s sailed by Eckford DeKay.
j\ftt : the squall the wind backed to the south
west, nrid came out fresh enough to make the
smaller yachts liury their lee rails.
The summaries How:
aOOPS— CLASS M— 3o TO 36 FEET RACING LENGTH
:-JTAKT 12:4(1 — COURSE la MILES.
Elapsed
Fir.ish. time.
Tacht anJ ov.-v.er. H.M.S. H.M.S.
W.&. U. U Maxwell 4:2MIM 3 MS £4
SLOOrS— <~LAS»S N— :s TO 30 FEET KACIKO ÜBMGTB
— STAItT 12:45 — COURSE It MILES.
Kimofa. T. L. I'ark 4:26:42 3:41:42
JUarpuerite. J. F. lUnpee 4:2i«:12 3:44:12
BACEABOCT •■!.,.-.-> S! ART i.X»I-KSK 11 MILES.
Pcmrilia. J- R- Maxwell, jr 3:56:52 3*Ki:s2
H™o T L i-a-k 3:50:34 3:O0:S4
Rocue A. B. Alley 3:45:16 2:55:1S
Mavlf G. L. Pirie „ 3:51:5O 3:01:50
5Tr. T. UedforU 4:01:43 3:11:40
SLOOrS— CLASS Q— IS TO 21 FEET RACING LENGTH
—START i P. M.— COITRSB »^ MILES.
Jlontmuk. J S Appleby 3:^:15 2:40:13
Gazabo. NP. Vulie 4 0-13 3:S1::C
Ouoc. A. D. Tappan 4.31.32 3.31.J
SIiOOPS—CLASS X— FEET RACING LENGTH AND
INDEX- I:IO— COURSE 9Vi MILES.
Eleanor. K. Jacob 4:21:45 3^11:45
Jac T Clapham 4:135.0 3.'«.«3
rvicket_ H C Pryer 4:15:27 l**3]
nS^ILW. Jackson 4:11:41 3:11:41
LARCHMOXT 21-FOOT CLASS — START OOCBSB
11 MILES.
Aflelaide. J. J. Dwsar 4:12:10 8:17:10
Houn. J. H. Essor 4:1. .».— ■•-
NEVT-ROCHELLE IS-FOOT CLASS— START 1:05—
COURSE 919 1 MILES.
rar^'. p. L. Howard...! 4:13:50 3:OS:50
Knave, R. M. Bavier - 4:"n .<1 3.0W.51
SsTw.V^ai*r%:::::r.:::::::::::4^* 3.01.05
SIANHASSET BAT TACHT CLCB ONE-I>E?IGN CLASS
—START COURSE 9H MILES.
Lambkin S. W. Roach 4:14:5O 3^0:50
Arizona, G. A Corry - 4:l.:is B-hUS
Mist. A. H. Alker 4:lS:^ Sl-.-s
Firefly. Guy Btaadiac « 4:13:0o 3o> w
Pup. T. W. Hausey *31K>8 3.20.0&
ARDSLEY ONE-DESIGN CLASS— I COURSE
8% MILES.
Mary Faker No. 1. H. M. Inrr.an. ._ bTmsb
liaJ-v Baker No. 2. Charles Smithers 4:20:o5 J.lS.rfi
Mary 3aier No. 3. F. M. Hcyt 4:15:23 3:13:2*
SPECIAL ICNOCKABOUT CLASS-START COT'RSH
8»i MILES.
Scoot. J. V. P. Wicto 4:20:45 3:10:45
Plover. H. Place 4:21:^ 3.11 -W
PELHAM COUNTRY CLUB LAKK CLASS— START I*ls
—COURSE 4 MILES.
Gloria. G. B. Mott 4:43^14 S:3^:l4
Echo. F. A. Weatkerly a\ ithjrew.
man, m. s. c. Davles - K m« ( -' ew 4 . 11-30
Tellow Jacket. G. B. Robinson, It 5.1« -3ft ••"*{
Go To. G. G. Smith 5252? In'-'A
nirt. d. earn 4 - 36 - 4 3 - 3 ;,-*
HUGUENOT TACHT CLUB DORIES— START 1:15—
COURSE 4 MILES.
Ketch 11. S. C. Ketchum , „..„..,.
Prize H. H. Ver. Rensselaer 0..^.4« - 4H.40
MBT^ruerltf W. F. Johnson -••
Rudder Harold Stevenson
CATBOAT CLASS— 1:10-COURSE 4 MILE»
•Wlf Waf. H. E. Sayre 4:15:52 3: 5 -
NAVAL RESERVE CCTTERS- START 3^)S— COURSE
4 MILES.
Second Dl^-lsi<«. Ist Battalion 5:10:45 2**5:45
The winners were the Seda, the Mimos . c
Kogue, tbe Montauk. the Jag. the Adelaide, the
Knave the Firefly, the Mary Baker No. 5 the
Boswt the Flirt, the Prize, the Wlf Waf and the
■• ond Division cutter from the Ist Naval Bat
talion.
COCKATOO WINS EASILY FROM CORONA.
Fresh southerly breezes greeted the yachtsmen of
the Brooklyn Club when they started twenty-seven
boats in their sjpaefal race.
The sailing b^par>. at 3:33 o'clock and was over
triangular courses in the lower bay. It was a beat
to windward to the first mark-the West Bank
Lipht— then a reach, with a gybe at the home
ma'-k The courses were sailed twice over.
Hendon Chubb's sloop Cockatoo sailed a fast race
and won easily roni the Corona, and the Wraith,
owned by Calvin Tcmpkins, won In her class.
The summary follows:
SLOOPS— CLASS M— SPECIAL— 3:33-
Elapsed
Yacht and owner. IX^ TtVhiM
Bonito. Hnvlland Brw i-,- '." 333:45
Sunol. John Abbey SSSSU ■ J -" 5 - 4l>
Kangaroo. C. H. Humphreys Disabled.
SLOOPS— CLASP N— SPECIAL— START 3:36.
Carl^u. J. E. Nicholson 7:l»:4O » -33:40
Indian. Mer.ton Bros Did not finish.
SLOOPS— CLASP P— 2l TO X FEET RACING LENGTH
—FT ART 3:3 i».
Some and Dance. E. F. Luck<=nbach. .. .5:17:52 !:-'f.:?f,
Cockatoo. Hen.ion Cnubh ; i: V2 : -- :«iii
Coror.a. J. H. V'ZZf V : Ji:i? i^^
Streak Pj^tael Bros S:»SS l..stj._J
PLCKJPS-CLASS Q-l* TO 21 FEET RACING LENGTH
— START 3:42,
ODymm. B P. Doreinus l'^, not finish
Trouble. W. H. Child* -•,'--- f5?-5?
Wraith. Calvin TcmpKine V, • -," ]~.'-'l(i
Bronco. F. C. Mc^-re ?■''-- ,■'<',-?,
Firing Fifh. LM. DeMJ I HiS 1-n-s
Wink, W. A. Barstow 5:1522 i-4O :: v
El»ie. C. P. Rosemary 5:22^6 1:40^8
SLOOPS-CLA..SS R-UNDEK U FEET RACING
LENGTH — START 3:45.
Pickaninny L. R. Connttt Did not finish.
MARINE AND FIELD CLASS— START 3:48.
Kelpie. W. K. Brown 3^*4 1^:54
Flyipg Fox. Cone & Backman V^ij', YzZ-m
e&gtt. a. p. ciarr 1225? i-,"^
<ju:r.qje. S. H. Smith ?!:;?:£ i'ipu,
Vrx<?n Mahonoy & Chnnilrr •■ -" •■" i—- 1
CATBOATS-CLASP V-1S TO 21 FEET RACING
LENGTH— .STAKT 3:54.
Mirtia M.. Richard M»->re —52 : 5 l itT : -'o
800-ie. • CD. Durkee W(J not firil>1 '
J«ui. F. Nickerson Did not finish.
JOLLY TAR AM* RASCAL TIED IN RACE.
Off kfttoa Point on the Sound yesterday after
noon ten Email yachts contested for prizes offered
r.y the ■■mil Yacht Club. The racing was so
close in the 21-foot class, between the Jolly Tar
and the Rascal, that it resulted in a tie. which is
to be sailed off later. The Hustler won in the Ur
foot class. _i;
AMERICAN TACHT CLUB 21-FOOT CLASS-START
- 3:l °- >:ia,,s«i
' Finish. time.
Tacfct and owner. i'i-'-ii !-fl7-li
Crlclreu U. Willett. - I-iT^fl I-,,?-.;
Jolly Tar. S. Howland — I-it'-v, lk>7 : 2t;
Rascal. S. C. H<>ok:n» — : I-iw^i i"-t*s'"?O
Howdy, s. WainwriKht lv,il |Slm
Th» X.d. O. Hamman. jr 4..'.im i.n...
EIGHTEEN-FOOT CLASS-START S:10.
Rattler. .1 D Bowftsi 4: A" \Xi ••"•
R Downing ' ;*• " '. . -
Jioncoose 11. Simeon Ford * *',-? 1 : {-« : .%1
Zultik* IU. H. H. Sherman 4.4.....1 I.* .^1
KNOCKABOUTS SAIL FAST RACE.
Five of the fastest knockabouts in the Seawan
haka-Corlnthian V.'iCht ClHb'S fl-et sailed ■ fast
race off Oyster Bay . rda >',,,?n. eri The" RR T he
winner was" W. H. Landon's Lucille. The sum
mary"
eEAWANHAKA KNOCKABOf T*-ROBKRT CiaiTßß
CfP-«TART 3:20. K,«,-i
BJU H v -•
Tacht and owner. r ■;;, ; ., "•■13:49
Lucilie. W. H. Landon siSJiSI ■* : U : Vi
Bab*. W. A. W. Stewart SS»7:4« 2:17:4»
W>T.tj». ("olKSte Ho>t f, : 4.i|(»4 2:iM:«i4
Gowar, F. <i. Siowart Dibbled
H^ron.'j H. Coudert. Jr Dl«*Mfa.
DATES AT SBWrtWT.
NVwport. H. 1.. A!i 2 (Speclal).-The Newport
Yacht aadnc As»oriation has announ ed the dates
of it* next racing lixtures. They will i- Beptember
1 and 2. v.it:i ,ri..fo> all r«n:o:n:zod rating < •-"ns^
The n»ta w.il dOH on A.uu-t Z'l. «t « p. m • With
O*jr?« K. riurm-r. iwCTCtary *>f the .c.a.i.i oom
• m:«t«^. at '.;.{• o*!rre of the a\*?* ai ° '
Tit C*i.\i-Lf XOJ2 KOI ■""• -' - - :
Toronto. Ont.. A;, K . 2.-O^ .- & <>>«^^.
lsst ear** <on>m<vJore. has authorizec tie «?««*£
ccwnmiec ul the Royal Canadian lac.i Club tv
THE THISTLE.
Flapshlp of the Atlantic Yacht Club, under sail. Owned by Commodore Robert IC. Tod
cha'lenpe for the Fisher Cup. with the Invader
as challenger. The cup was last defended by the
Genesee In 1900. The chalK-nger has not yet been
fcrwarded to the Rochester Yacht Club, but the
prospects that a race will result are good.
RACES IN SHREWSBURY RIVER.
Long Branch, N. J.. Aug. 2 (Special).— after
noon's three contests of the Meadow Yacht Club
were sailed over the club's seven mile course on the
Shrewsbury River in a smacking breeze. \Y. D.
Potts's Pumpkin won the race in clever style in the
one desijrn class, with Hugh Potts's Loon second.
In the class for catboats Fred Douglas's Naiad
finished first. W. F. Havemeyer's Martha won the
miscellaneous clas* event. Several boats were dis
qualified.
THE TRIDENT TO DEFEND CANADA CUP.
MoTitre.il. Aup. 2— At a meeting of the sailing
committee of the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club
to-day it was decided that the boat with the two
centreboards is to defend the Seawanhaka Cup,
and that her name shall be The Trident. The
races will begin on Friday next. The Tecumseh,
the Bridgeport (Conn.) ■ hallenger. is well likeii
here.
.4 HANDSOME GRVIBING YACHT.
COMMODORE TOD HAS A BOAT THAT IS
EQUIPPED WITH EVERY CONVENIENCE.
One of the handsomest cruising yachts enrolled
In the fleet of the New- York and Atlantic Yacht
clubs is the topsail schooner Thistle, owned by
Robert E. Tod. who Is commodore of the last
named club. She was designed by H. C. "Wlntring
ham and built by the Townsend & Downey Ship
building Company, at Shooters Island, where the
German Emperor's yacht Meteor 111 was built.
No yacht that sails from this port Is more thor
oughly equipped for cruising than the Thistle.
From st« m to stern, above decks and below, she Is
fitted with every modtrn appliance, for long or
Fhort voyages. She Is probably the only yacht In
the United States that is lighted below by acetyline
pas supplied from a cylinder similar to that used
for calcium lights. All the staterooms, the main
ealoon. which occupies the entire width of the
yacht anidships. the chart room and the officers
and crew's quarters are illuminated with this pow
erful light.
The owner's cabin, which Is located aft, having
a separate companionway leading up to the wheel.
Is under, the poopdeck. and it extends the width
of the vessel at that point. All the furniture Is
of oak, highly polished, and among the articles In
the main cabin is a large pianola, with an exten
sive collection of popular music. Commodore Tod
Is his own Balling master. He has taken .his
yacht on a cruise to Bermuda, and on several
shorter cruises. He also took part in th.- recent
ocean race from Newport to New-York, which th<»
schooner Endymlon won. The Thistles chief di
mensions are:-L<-ncth over all. 150 feet; water line.
110 f.-et; beam. 28 feet: draught. 14 ff-<?t.
POLO.
SCIENTIFIC POLO AT SARATOGA.
LAKEWOODS SCORE DECISIVE VICTORY
OVER DEDHAMS.
[BT telegraph to the TIIIiUNF.I
Saratoga. N. V.. Aug. 2.— The contest for the polo
championship for the William Waldorf Astor Cup.
presented through the Tuxedo Club, was opened on
the tieid of the Saratoga Polo Club this afternoon,
and was witnessed by about four thousand Inter
ested spectators, the majority of whom wore sum
mer visitors, who almost automatically applauded
the competitors. The Lakew*od team achieved a
most signal victory over the Dedham team by a
score of ISV4 to "M:. the game running into the even
ing hours. While the Dedhams displayed no small
amount of skill and team work, yet th< y lacked the
driving force in close contact which was SO re
markably shown by the victorious Lakewooda. It
v v by far the best and most scientific game of
po o ever playd here. At the end of the first period
the Lakewoods led by 6 to 4, and the second closed
with s showing of 10% to 4Vi in favor of the sturdy
Lakewoods. The third period consisted of eight
goals and the Lakewoods showed a lead of 16,4 to
7:.. The fourth period was played to the limit, when
the final score stood: Lakewood, 18>i: Dedham, 7%.
The referees were General W. Kendrlck and
Charl< Wheeler. Thomas Hltchco<-k. jr., and H. L.
Herbert were the scorers. The lineup:
I.AKEWOOH. j DBDHAM.
\ o l— F. H A. Lyle. No. I— Allan Forbes.
X, ' 2— J '>■•'■ Cowdin. No. 2 — Klton Clark.
N 3 J M. Watcrt/ury, jr. Nc 3— W. H. Goodwin.
Back— L.. Wat^rbury. Hack — Joseph rane. Jr.
SUMMARY.
Goals. Hade bj Team. Time.
\ i j 11. Waterbury. jr Ivikewood 0:oO
j; 0 ] 2— M. Waterbury. jr Lakewood 2:3<»
Mo. — \. - Wmvertmry Lakewood o:3 °
No 4_Goodwin Dedham 0:10
No! 6— Fort*B Dedham.. - ■ i_"
No. «_uvle Lakewood o*o
No. 7— Forbes , I>e am \f>
No s Clark Dedham 3.«»|
No B— Lyle Lakewoofl 1*«
jfa. 50— Lyle Lakewood 1 ••*>
One minute overtime, Dedham ii*-nallze<i one- half for
foul allowed apalnst Goodwin.
SECOND PERIOD
No. -Fort-s P*"?" 8 "^ •«•
No. 2— U Waterbury .U. U \ keWl " l 2j -• ■; «
No. I Cowdhi I-.k.w—i 1-*
no. 4_L,ylo I-ak<»wo<>d «-*•
Ho .V—. l M. Waterbury. Jr Likewood 1-
Sn f_i >y u. J^akewood *•"»
On* minute and ten wtcaada overtime. On* oaarter
jrtial allowed airalnft [jakewoad for lafety.
THIRD PICIUOD.
Ho i— J M Waterbury, Jr Lakewood 2:1"
No.' I dark D-dham.. };° ( '
No. 3 rowdin lakewood I |j •
No. Crane li.-Jham J ■;«>
No F-orbe. ;>edham "■•'
No. «— ■..witn ljik»-wf..M 4:1O
Ko. 7— .1 M \V»tert.iirv Jr . Likewood 3.J<»
One DUmtte nn.i fifty geronds overtime. Lakewood pen
alized fne-half K«al for foul.
FOURTH PERIOD
N... I— WnK-rhury lAkewood 3:«J>
N... :•— ii. Lak#wond 4:OJ>
N.. 3— Waterbury ... Lakewood 3:<"
Playvd •■ 11- lit. Been — ■■wniui i*'». Peihnm. "'-.■■
ITBBT CHESTER BEATS MEADOW BBOOK.
Newport. B 1.. Aug. 2 (Special).— afternoon
ol'ibs rnr'^crifinsr the W< ■ ■'•■' est.-r and Mra<!ow
1 ■■ ocks slaved <*n t!" 1 \\ ■„■-• ■..•■■■■;, ''i<?
.. i ;-iCit •'.'r't Arl 'i i' t»«2 c.-.:., .. ■..'::, Lur
•i; jr.. A. 'j \ -.: •; rblli ami Arthur IseHn.
Mtaoow bi "X; I:. \ r nnoe;b;it. n«r^in;ii<l Brooks.
." A. Havem'-yer and W. E. Carter.
Score: Wesichefeier. 11. Meadow lirooks. '•'*•
NEW- YORK DAILY" TRIBTCNE. SUNDAY. ATTOC/ST 3. 1902.
GOLF.
C. C. MASON WINS CRESCENT CLUB HANDI
CAP IN WELL PLAYED MATCH.
The excellent work done this season by the
handicap committee of the Crescent Athletic Club
received a further illustration yesterday when the
monthly golf handicap was decided at eighteen
holes. C. C. Mason, who won first place, received
an allowance of nine strokes and beat the next I est
man hy one stroke, while F. N. Doubleday and
H. S. Bowns tied lor second place at 70. There
were more than eighty players on the links, but
only twenty took part in tne tournament, and or
these the following returned cards:
C. C. Mason: Gross. H'cap. Net.
'ut .....'• .15 4 4 4 3 4 4—38
In ... ..4 4 4 <i ■ 5 4 .1 r.-40— "s » fi »
F. N. Doabteday:
Out ....:> 5 4 D 6 3 4 4 4—40
In 4 5 3 4 4 5 3 r. B— 3B— 78 8 .0
H. 5. B'i»ns:
Out B 4445664 4—ll4 — 11
In 4 B S 4 4 B 3 B 4-:<7— 7R 8 •'»
\V. W. Pilklngton:
Out 6 8 4 5 7 4 5 T. 6—45
In 5 4 4 6 5 6 3 6 4— 42— S7 J« '1
Thomas Hovenden:
Out 5 54 4 4365 6—6 —
In 6 B 6 4 4 4 S 8 4— 41 s l 9 72
C. B. Van Urun*
Out ....5 H 5 4 B 3 4 4 4 4"
In 4 4 4 4 6 8 <j 4 s—4l'— 82 10 72
Loundes Rh^tt:
Out ...«'. 4 4 4 4 4 fl 4 4— *n
In 6 B 4 4 B ti B rt 4— •>.'>— 85 11 74
H G. McKeever:
Out ..»]«> 6 4 6 6 4 5 4 5—47
In 5 4 4 4 8 4 4 fl 4—10—87 1" 77
G. T. Stebbina:
Out « 7 6 4 8 5 » « »— 6l
II .«8562»377 4 --M — 103 l»l
No cards— J.- C. McKeJvey. O. E. Pool. H. B. I! ■; kln»
and W. M. I arr.j't>fll. ■ ..
ENGLEWOOD DEFEATS HARBOB HI LI..
a picked team from the Harbor Hill Golf Club,
headed by W. Scott O'Connor, visited tne Engle
wood links yesterday and was beaten by tbe borne
players by a score of 3C* to l. l". M. Wilson, the
Englewood captain, was paired with O'Connor,
whom he defeated by 4 up. The Englewood cham
pion. Newcomb B. Cole, was drawn against R. P.
Kisk«-. and the result of this match added three
more jx>ints to the Englewood side. Chester Grls
MEMBERS OF THE WINNING ENGLEWOOD GOLF TKAJI.
T. M- WTTjSO'N.
wold a member of last year's Princeton team ap
peared under the Knglewood colors again-* W. £
Mcknight who was niso beaten b> 4 up. a. ml
Rrltiln and H V. Keep were responsible, for the
mator mrto th« Englewood score, as the former
C^t his man by 13 uplnd the latter by n up. Fol
lowing is the summary:
rvriEWOOD. I HAKHOR HILL.
f . m. E I on EW . 00 . Vh-y -^rorv.v:::::r or v.v::::: »
r?h H , GrT wold-::V.::: 4 VV. O. McKnliht .- «
i neater i^nswuia ■•:.•.•.::: ... „ Holll« w".-.v.::::::: o
;.v-^' .: "£ ; '{
v. M. liojnton " " '- v J_
Total ■ »l Total 1
PROGRAMME OF PLAY AT DEAL LINKS.
Deal Beach. N. J-. Aug. 2 (Special).-Tbe greens
committee -of the Deal Golf Club, ™nposed ol
Colonel George B. M. Harvey. S. M. Allen; Frank
H Hurd N W Anthony and John Larkin, hat,
completed the golf schedule for August and Sep
tember The list of contests is an interesting one
and will call to the model links-said by experts to
be the best in this country of the best play
ers on the coast.
The gumos hegan to-lay with the contest for the
President's Cup. thirty-six holes, medal play. Next
Saturday, August 9. there will be an eighteen hole
handicap in the morning, with a cup for the best
net score. In the afternoon a team rnat:h between
i».;ii and Beabrigrht will be played at the latter
place.
A mixed foursome Invitation handicap (scratch)
is announced as the feature for Wednesday, August
13. On SaturdaY, August 16. an IS-holc handicap,
with a cup t"r the besl score, will be played. In
the afternoon of the same day thero will be a team
match between ; Spring Lake and Deal, played on
the Deal links.
Saturday, August 23, will be a banner day. In the
morning the club championship and club handicap
v.ili be btguri for cups ptesented by Colonel Harvey.
It will tx played as follows.: Best foui Krosß scores
la qTa-ify ;-,t; -,t Mr. champl nehlp: best e^gfal net
tcolv. eJtd •: - '" 111 best gj ss scores), to qualify
j.i. in. i nandicap championship; qualifying part
ne.s lo be drawn and subsequent matches to be
played und<r th* supervision of the donor of the
cup's; players entering to have right of way over all
other players; entries to close at 6 p. m.. August 22.
In the afternoon a return team match between
Deal and Seabright will be played on the Deal
grounds.
The Hemi-rinals. match play, for the club cham
pionship, are .srhwlulvd for Saturday morning. Au
gust 30. Also, the rirst round, match play, for the
club handicap championship, US holes handicap. The
semi-finals In the handicap will he played in the
ai ternoon.
The Bchedul f.)r Monday, September 1. Labor
Pay. is as follows: Qualifying round for the Ke<l
Cross Preliminary Cup, scratch, sixteen to qualify;
handicap, IS boles; best i>f two net scores to play
off in the afternoon. In match play; afternoon.
finals In the club championship and th.- dub handi
cap championship Si ptember 4. 5 and 6, invitation
tourn iment, iii.- conditions to be made known later.
On the morning of September 13 the best round for
the Red Cross Preliminary Cup will be piayed in
match plaj !n the afternoon the second round for
the Red Cro;s t'u;> will be played. The time for
playing the semi-nanls and ttlnala will be agreed
upon by the players
GOOD PLAY AT MANCHESTER.
Manchester, VL. Aug. i (Special).— Findlay S. 1
I ri.is. of New- York <'iiy. and Miss Belle An
drews, of Cleveland, Ohio, won the two handsome
cups pre'scnn<l by A. VV. Black, of Pittsburg, by
defeating Ernest N. Wright, of Boston, and kflsa
'Gertrude Sullivan, of Brooklyn, In the linal match
of the mixed foursomes handicap tournament on I
the Ekwanok links here to-day. The match was .
hotly contested. Jin-i waa all H-.fti at the fourteenth.
Mr Douglas and Miss Andrews then took the lead,
winning t>y thi- score of 2 up and 1 to piay. Their
opponents had a handicap <>f twelve strokes. The
Ekwanok team defeated the Island City Golf Club
team here to-day by th^ derisive score of 37 to 8. ;
The imtnary follows
EKWA-NOK. IISLAND 'ITY GOLF CLUB.
A. v. Re. ! i a. vvelllnston o
Jiir(.-r Lym-h l«iM«. B. Uarrlsoa 0
Craig M. Hamilton »|r'reci Draper 0
Dr. '-htrk Uurnhnm .... •; A. W Harrinstoo 0
Jaraea L. Taylor •", Mr. Hn.rtu.ll o
I'jiul Waterman (Hbajrre McLaod 8
Dj F,. W. Taylor 1 T. X Wellington 0
It. 11. I^-h'k- 3 R O1 lieu 0
M. I>a!>u OjC. Worthlnicton 1
A."J. JleClure " . l>r I'r^.-r 2
Henry W. Itrown 1 'aptaln Homey 0
K. W. Clark 6|H. Nash 0
Total 37; Total . 8
HANDICAP AT RICHMOND COUNTY.
J. i: P^aber won the monthly handicap at the
Richmond County Country Club yesterday. Th«
contest whs at eighteen holes, meiial play, and
Faber'a net score was 77. L. H. Thomas and A.
W Johnston tied for second place at 83, the former
having had bi« handicap reduced to one stroke.
N. B. COLE.
The greens were in capital condition, and eight
complete cards were returned. The summary roi
1OW8: Gross. Handicap Net.
J. E. Faber *•*' ? "
I. H. Thumas *| J ™
a. w. Johnston •» » rt Jr
a. E. Paterson «*i if ■>; ',' g
v. P. Lamed »• , '.- ~
C. W. Pierson «' - *'
n. G. Bucklln J" J* *J!
M. K. Stone I«» lts lto
TIH (MAS WINS AT ARPSLEY.
In spite of the absence of many <>f its membt-rs
at mountain and sea. the Ardsley club held Its
usual weekly handicap yesterday, and a number of
good cards were returned. The best was made by
K. 8. Th >mas. who did 99- -18- 81. Second place
went to O. P. Conant. who returned a score of 9»—
9—90. The chili's caddies figured in s special tourna
ment for a purse presented by itn- members. K.
Kiley prove, l the winner ol the final round, his op
ponent beinK W. Quigley. Riley won by l up.
PHILLIPS WINS AT DTKEB MEADOW.
F. J. F'hillips captured :he weekly handicap prize
at the Dyker Meadow links yesterday from a field
hi twelve Starters. Summary:
I irosa Handicap Net.
F J. l'hillii's M 11 s.l
S. X Probaaco '.'T 12 s.\
F. N. Uoubledajr M H «7
H. J. Will.letl !I7 it
Henry croasley MW IS Do
GLENNBY ANI» ABBOTT WIN.
Plainfleld, N. j., Aug. 2 tSp ■■• iaii — W. T. (^lenney
won first-honors in th< competition for the boys'
cup on the Hillside Tennis and Goli <"Im!i course
tins morning The firsi honors for tbe gui( com
mittee i ip this afternoon were won h> c. W.
Abbott, with a net score of 7S
MONTCLAIR CADDIES WIN.
Montclair. N. J.. An*, i (Special).— The caddies
■if the Montclair Golf club defeated the Yountakah
caddies on the grounds ol the former dub to-day.
PRESIDENTS CUP PLAY AT PARK CLUB.
Plalnfield, N. J., Auk - (Special).— The weekly
competition for the president's cup on the links of
tha Park Golf Club this afternoon brought out a
fair field. The courw was very slow, and most of
the standbys had an off day. Dr. A W. Anderson,"
who scored third place in the day's play, advanced
to third place in the race. Charles B. Ham still
lead?. --
THE BAR HARBOR TOURNAMENT.
Bar Harbor. Me.. Aug. 2 (Soecial).— Th». r«su!ar
wctkly golf tcurr.-;ment at Uj X bo Valley '"'i 1 )
to-day was won by J. De K. Boweo. jr.; Mlsr 'It-
Lane and H. Jaouos, jr.. tkd for se.-ond. fc'uin
mary: ' Gr.-ss. Handicap. Net.
Grofs. Handicap N«t
J. De K. Bowen. jr l <; •. l »-•
Miss MeLane AZi - : -U >_ *l
H. Jaques, jr US -" !*•■
F. I. Amory , s • 3 H-.
A. Armstrong, Jr .«." 13 »i
F. J- Alsop ><; 0 >-i
C. M. Amory tVi -•>• > !
Mrs. T. G. Condon tTTi 24 *\
M. 3. Burrill IC2 1"' ••!
J. D. Bowen 1"- •'• '•'-
Mrs. Bowen 4 1-'" -•' S».'l
George S. Kobbins li>2 * S3
Miss Hoy 1.» 27 Hi
H .Taiu«< H>-'» .*> '"'■
Percy Pyne, T. G. Coadoa. J. B. Elwcll ami
Sumner Gerard did not hand in cards.
The mixed foursome putting contest at Kebo
proved a popular event There was a iar_ gal
lery of spectators. Mrs. T. G. Condon and C. M
Amory won. Miss Laura Jackson and Mr. DMgkHM
were second. The other entries ircluil**«l MUsil K.
V Berry and A. S. Wolcott. M T. Pyne* jr.. ,ml
Miss Hollins. Miss Seely nn<l Mr Ja<k.-on. R. S.
Pyne and Miss Rhoda Smith. Mi>s Susanne Green
and F I. Meigs, Mrs. Hunt an,} P«»rcy P\ r.« . M:.-i*
Theobald and T. 11. Condon. Mrs. Marion Il.il ;ir.d
Douglass Cochrane and Miss Alexander and Com]
Wurtenslaben.
Miss Van Pelt, of New- York, won the vhkbi
putting competition: Miss Ames was second.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR AUGUST CUP.
South Orange. N J.. Aug. 2 (SpectalX— The fol
lowing qualified for the August cup on the South
Orange Club golf lirii.s yesterday afternoon: <:. \V.
Lethbridge G. W. Hutcbtnson, F. B. Stedman, \V.
\V. Palen. J. D. Gordon. G. W. Hodaon. A S.
Stone. A. H. Benjamin. Campbell Scott. O. P.
Jenkinson. 2d. The first round will be played next
Saturday.
PLAY AT LENOX.
Pittsfield. Mass.. Aug. 2 (Special).— Miss Cornelia
R. Barnes, of New- York, daughter of Captain and
Mrs. John S. Barnes, won the weekly handicap
match on the Lenox Club course to-day, m.ikin*
the low score of SB for eighteen holes. This la one
of the best scores that a woman player has mad»
on the course Mrs. Maurice, winner of th*> Met
ropolitan Handicap, being the only woman who
has piayed lower than Miss Barnes's score. T r.e
best scores of the match were:
Grogs. Handicap. Not.
Miss Barnes M 1" S 2
N. Morris 107 -'• *»
\V. D Sloane 11« 30 2
F Jan'Jes '■" •• W
J. Sloane. Jr «• » S< l
PLAY FOB THE TOD CUP.
The second round match play for the J Kennedy
Tod cap at the links of the Innis Ardf-n <~iolf Club.
Sound Beach. Conn., yesterday, resulted as follows:
Mis* Data beat BBSS StOwcO. 4 up. Miss Thomas beat
M^. .'.v.k. 4 up; Mrs. Hlnchman beat Miss Merrltt. 2 up;
Mrs. Kupprecht l>»at Miss Ferris. 3 up.
Semt-fiaaJs f'>r the cup will b*- played to-mor
row.
INNIS ARDEN BEATEN AT RYE.
In the team match at Rye yesterday, between
the Apawamis and Innis Arden golf teams, the
former won by a score of 28 to 0. The best work
on the Apawamis side was done by Maturln Ballou
and R. F Mathew. Summary:
APAWAMIS. I INNIS ARDEN.
Maturin Ballou 1 Duncan E-Iwards O
R F. Mathews ll:G M. Loußhlln. Jr 0
F. A. Moor* GB. Adams...* 0
H L. Downing 7 H. L He<!ses 0
J A. Peck 2 Dr. F. Schavolr 0
E. A. Downing 5 C. M. Washbum _0
Total 2Si Total °
The women's putting match for a cup presented
by Mrs. John Hallett Clark brought out a number
of contestants. It was won by Mrs. A. H. Harrl3.
The best scores follow: Mrs. A. H. Harris, 20;
Miss M. Gwynne. 22; Miss S. Read. 23; Mrs. M.
Ballou. 23; Miss Neville. 23: Miss E. Math.-w.s. 23;
Miss Hyd«\ 34: Miss F. Frame. 2S; Mrs. H. B.
Clark. 27; Miss A. T. Pask. 27: Miss M. Eddy, 28.
MEDAL II.AY AT MARINE AND FIELD.
Medal play rounds were started yesterday at the
Marine and Fl«-U! Club links for the cups presented
by Messrs. Haven and Bullock. Cards may be re
turned until August 16. when the six best scores
will bt» chosen to keep on for the prizes at match
play. The Marine and Field team Is endeavoring to
postpone the visit of the Westchester team sched
uled for next Saturday In order to play a return
match with the Crescent Athletic Club.
ALLEN HAS BOGIE. FOUR DOWN
Montclair, N. J.. Aug. 2 (Special).— On the Mont
clalr Golf Club links this afternoon B. T. Allen
won the July bogle contest, in which there were
seventeen entries. Allen had bogie, 4 down.
WOMEN PLAT WELL AT SEA CLIFF.
Sea C!!ff. N\ V.. Aus;. 2 (Special).— The closing
round In the Sea » "lifT GoM Clubs j.lay for the
President's Cup was closely contested, especially
for the women's cup. This round tied at the eiith
t.tnth hoi.-, and it was necessary to play twenty
one holi-s. at the end of which Mrs. R. Walter
Levy won with 1 ut> from Mrs. F. W. Snyder.
"Bert" Parsons won the men's cup. his score
against his opponent. C. E. Silkw-rth. jr.. bt-insc
S up and 2 to play. Mrs. Snyder and Mr Silkworth
*a<-h jrof a dozen Haskett balls.
ATHLETICS.
NATIONAL ATHLETIC CLl'B GAMES AT
MASPETH.
The National Athletic Club held Its annual sum
mer games at Grand Street Park. Mas;>eth. Long
Island, yesterday. There was a large crowd pres
ent, and the contests aroused considerable interest.
The day was good for the sport, but for a blazing
sun that nearly exhausted some of the competitors
In several of the races
There were protests made over the one-mile relay
race, which was won by the New-York Athletu-
Club. It was said that a few of the men used fool
tactics on the turns.
Arthur Kent, of the Pastime Athletic Club, broke
the record for fifty-one yards, held by \V. H. Mor
gan, of the old New-Jersey Athletic Club. Kent,
who was paced by two men. covered the distance in
u:j 3-5. oLI-rgan's time was 0:5 4-5. The one
nnie bicycle race went to Albert Brown, of the Na
tional Athletic Club, who had a handicap of 14)
yards.
The half-mile race was found so hot that several
of the competitors stopped before the finish. John
Tammany, of the National Athletic Club, came in
first with v safe lead. The SuO-yard run, handicap,
saw tl.e hoj.es of many a would-be runner shat
tered for the pace was so hot from the start that
those who finished were pretty well fagged out.
The trophy for the club winning the greatest num
ber of points went to the National Athletic Club,
with a total of 16. The summaries:
Seventy-live-yanl dash (novice) — Won by A. Bocca.
New West Bid* A. C.; E. Dl»tlehof«l, c.m.-t A. C-, sec
ond: C H. s.yiii ur. Mohawk A. <".. of flushing, third.
Time. OMf%
One-hundriii-yard dash ihandi<-ap» -Woa by J Ronare.
New West SUw A. C. i. jrar«to>; S. J. Furst, Mohawk
A. C of Tlm Bronx i!> yards), »ecoml; W. S. Edwards.
Knickerbocker A. C. i.'iW yards), third. Time. CMJDS.
One-half-mile run (novice, scratch) — Won by John
Tammany. National A. C. : C H. Kns'.Lsh. Mercury A. C,
«e«ond; T O'Connor. Pastime a. C, third. T:m.-. 2:14S-
Thr»>e-hundred-yard run (handicap) — Won by I'harles
Scbarpa, Knlckerl A. C. (3S yards): George H. Kin-
Kherf. Katlonal A. C. i:i" jrards). second; p. .1. Callahan.
National A. C (46 yards*, third. Time. <i:3l*s.
One-mile bicycle race (handicap)— Won bj Albert
Hrnwn Katlonal A C. i'»o yarda): "Joe"' F.ieler. .V»
tional A. C. <l"0 yards), aecond; H>-nr.\ <;ran!.ti:n. G. P.
\\ of Brooklyn tIW yar.lsi. third. Time. 2:33H-
One-^ind-one-half- mile run (handicap) — Won by R.
Todd. Vnion Settlemrnl A. C. (120 yards): J. J. Farrell.
Star A C (80 yards), second: F. X. Hutsey, r;istlme
A. C (100 yards), third. Time. t):«7S-
Runnlntr hlph lump iri:«nrllrapi--\V..n by John Ryan. St.
Bartholomew A. C. <>'■ inches), • feet I inches; John F.
Kehnle. Star A. C. «J* Inches), second; Otto Saver. St
Bartholomew A. C. <3 Inches), third.
GILL STILL CHAMPION.
HE DEFEATS J. FRED POWERS RV GOOD
MARGIN.
Boston. Aug. 2.— Harry Gill, of Ottawa. Canada.
American all round athletic champion, upheld his
title at championship Barnes here to-day, dsfeattea
by a «oo«l marpin his nearest competitor. J. Fred
Powers, of Worcester.
Of fourteen entries there" were six contestants —
Gill, the present champion; Powers, of Worcester;
L.. A. Carpenter, of Wakefleld: Otto B. Sehoenfeldt.
i.f Xew-Orlear.s; J. A. McDooaM, of Greenwood.
Mass.. and Louis Gutrtin, of Hyde Park. Mass.
In the events which he won Gill outclassed the
Others, and. on the other hand, was badly beaten
in three events. After winning the discus throw
GUI made an exhibition throw of 13)) feet 6 Inches.
The Lmpionshlp summary:
One-hundred-yard dash— Won by Louis Guertln: J. Fred
Power*, second; \. A. '".iri>«nter. third. Time. O:1U*».
Thrcwlne sixteen-pound shot— Won by Harry Gill;
Powers, second; Carpenter. Ihlrrt. Distance. 43 ft. 1 In.
Runnine hiKh — Won by Olll; Otto B. Schoenfeldt.
second: Power* an.l J. A. McDonald tl*xl for third.
Hetsht 5 ft. II In.
Thniwlne discus— Won by Gill: Powers, second; Schoen
feldt. thinl. Distance. 122 feet.
Pole vault— Won by McDonald: Towers, second; Schoen
feldt and Guertln tied for third. Flt-iicht. 10 ft. 3 In.
Ihrowlni? lifty-»t* pound weight— Won by Olll; Mc-
Donald Mcond; Powers, third Distance, •_•!» ft. 2':j In.
Runnin- broad Jump— VV^n by Ouertia; Carpentar, sec
ond; Powers. third. Distance. 21 it. m | n .
One mile run— Won t.y Schoenfeldt: Carpenter, second;
McDonald, third. Tim*." 5:30. \ - , :.
One-hundred-and-twenty-yard hlgrh hurdles — Won by
Powers- GUI second: Carpenter, third. Time. 0:17 H.
;..■•■. • .-■-.. ----„ .; ■■;—— -— -—- t-^~— — -'
-Throwlnjr sixteen-pound hammer — Won by Gill: -Mc-
Donald, second: Powers, third. Distitnee, 136 ft. 2 in. ■'
The standing by points:
Gil! 7.43'?lSchcenfel<it S.K2I
Power 3 555! Carpenter ..._........ .5.273
McDonali .;..... Guertin .'....„... .^."-3,118
CHAMriONSHIPS IN YORK.
Th<» Amateur Athletic Union championship com*
niitf-o. consisting: of J. E. Sullivan, chairman, of;
New- York: ,l>r. B Merrill Hopklnson. of Balti
more; \V. H. Liglnsrer. of Milwaukee; Harry Mc-
Miilan. of Philadelphia; Bartow S. Weeks, of N-w-
V^rk. ard T. F Riley of Cambrid?eport. Mass..
yesterday decided to h. id the national track ana
field chiTnpiona of the Amateur Athletic Union,
al Trr'v.-r.- Island. Yew-York. on September 2D,
under ti ■ ausfjli ea of the New-York Athletic Cltxb.
THE OLYMPIAN . (JAMES.
Berne Switzerland. Ausr. —The Olympian game*
de'epates. Judge John B. Payne. Laverne W. Xoyes
and Henry .1 fuiWi, jr.. of Chicago, have gone
lo 1x- es-BMtea Thry express themselves a3
sati.sftrd with *he prospects for Swiss representa
t'on at the Olympian games. It is probable that
CTS k Swiss nr.arksmen. unequalled in any country
of Euro will compete at Chicago. A Swiss who
woi thr Inten attoml rifle match at Rome a few
dr.ys ;igo is likely to go. as are some fnmous Alptne
v. vi ::• rs WrestHng ■ almost the national sport
or' Sv.-itz-rlar.d. md r.e bull necked athletes of
canton Orisons find few equals.
MAW RECORDS GO DOWN.
SETS NEW FIGURES FROM ONE TO
TWENTY MILES— HURLEY WINS
TWO RACES.
"Eobby" Walthour. the blonde headed youn*
man from Atlanta. Ga.. was the ..-■•■■ in the bicycle
races at the Manhattan Bea track yesterday
afternoon. Walthour not only captured the twenty
mile motor paced race but he established ne-w
track record from one mile to twenty miles. In
'•Uisive. Owing to the sevt-re accident to Elkes In
Boston the race yesterday was confined to ■
Walthour. riiiami and MacFarland. Walthour
had the best of it at the start and he led through
out, eventually winning by two-thirds of a mile.
MacFarland's pacing machine got out of order In
the twelfth mile, and after riding a couple of miles
unpaced he gave up the stern chase in disgust and
left the track.
Walthour reduced the one mile track record from
1:231-5 to 1:25. The five mile record dropped from
7:15 2-5 to 7:03 1-a. The old figures for ten miles
were reduced from 14:28 2-5 to 14:05 3-5. The winner
rode the twenty miles in 25:113-5. against the best
previous record for the track of 28:52 2-5.
At no time during the contest was the Southerner
in any danger of defeat, for he rode easily and with
superb power, and his pacing machine moved with
out a hitch during the entire Journey. It was re
gretted that Elkes and Champion could not meet
Walthour yesterday. If they had been in the raco
world's records migrht have been changed, for
Walthour could have made better time if he had
been pushed.
The riders and their pacemakers are getting a*
close to the racing rules as possible without break
ing them outright The pacemakers on Walthour'a
motor barely moved their feet, while the man on
the rear of the motor was padded up until h«»
looked like the prize fat man In a ten cent mu
seum. Freeman used a small tin wind shield.
These contrivances furnish better protection for
the rider against wind resistance, bat it look 3 as If
Walthour had reached the limit, and if he goes any
further he may be disqualified In hl3 next race.
' MacFarland had no such advantages, and conse
quently he had little or no chance even If his motor
had held up and accomplished the duty expected of
it.
There was a delightful breeze from the ocean,
and the spectators who had gone from this swelter-
Ing borough enjoyed that portion of the entertain
ment hugely.
THE PACED RACE,
Twenty mile motor paced race between "Bobby**
Walthour. Atlanta; Floyd McFarland. San Jose,
and H. B. Freeman. Portland:
Miles. Leader. L*<i by. Second. Time.
1 Walthour 5O yarus Freeman I:JS
2 Walthour Vi» yards Freeman 2:4SHk
3 Waithour 250 yards McFarland 4:13>
4 Walthour *•<> yards McFarland 5:3.>»"»
5 Walthcur M lap M.Farland 7:03 V»
« Walthour > 2 lap McFarland 9:27^h
7 Waltbour l z lap McFarland 9:51*4
S Walthour *s lap McParland 11:15%
9 Walthour *t lap Freeman 12:4t 1
1O Walthour 1 lap Fr»*-man 14:05»i
11 Walthour l i laps Freeman 13:2a*i
12 Walthour I*n laps Freeman 16:53
13 Walthour IS laps Freeman 1S:16*»
14 ... Walthour J*n !ap» Freeman JS»:*'*fc
15 Walthour 1% Ups Freeman 21:04S
16 Walthour I*3 lar.s Freeman 22:27»»
17 Walthour l*s Ups Freeman £'.:..»>
18 Walthour 1*» laps Freeman 25:22»»
19 . Walthour 1?* laps Freeman 2H:+>-s»
20 Walthour - laps Freeman 28:11^
Walthour won by two-thirds of a mile. Old track
record. 25:52 2-5.
THE SHORTER RACES.
Most of the short distance races furnished ex
citing finishes. In the novice race, which was
divided into many heats, H. Stelnke was graduated
out of the maiden class after a fine sprint up the
stretch with H. V. Read and John Daley.
The half-mile open brought out some of the best
amateurs in the district. M. L. Hurley, the cham
pion, was so far behind the field that his friends
thought he had no chance. Hurley, however,
sprinted in fine form, and won on the tape by half
a length. Losee was second and Billlngton third.
The five mile motor cycle race for amateurs was
the first contest of the sort held in this district. J.
Wyckoff went to the front tn the second mile and
held his advantage to the end. winning easily. In
the five mile pursuit race for professionals, Ralph
Pc Palma defeated George P. Kuhlke by one hun
dred yards, after leading most of the T*ray. While
Hurley captured the two mile handicap. h-> owea
the victory more to Glasson than to his own speed.
When the back mark men seemed out of it Glaa
«on jumped out and paced the bunch I'.ntil the
leaders were caught. Then Hurley came through,
with I osee on his rear wheel, and won easily by a
length Glasson hung on gamely and finished
third Glasson deserved better luck. In a profes
sional race he would have been entitled to half the
purse and would probably have received as much,
for Hurley without Glasson's pacing could not
hay- won. the SUMMARTES
One-third mile (novlce> — Won rv H Pt»lnke. N««w-
Y..rk H V R.;i'l New-York, Siteail John Daley, Brook
lyn, third. Ttm^. 0:45. Won by a length; same between
second and thir.;. _ •
Half-mile ■ i-r. (amateur) — Wor. by M. 1.. Hurley. New-
York A C : W L. li 0«««. Brooklyn, second: "Teddy"
Blllimrti^n New- Tork A C. third; Ger>rice Glasson. N'-w
ark, fourth. Time. 1:27. Won (v half a length; a
length in I a half between second and third.
Five-mile motor cycle race (amateur) — Won by J.
Wyckoff. New- York: S. W. Aadarson. Brooklyn, second;
Ernest Ferßtisoii. AUha Motor I've'- 'T.i!\ third Time.
7:325. Won by half a lap; half a mile between second
and third.
Two-mile handicap (amateur) — Won by M. I* Hurley,
New- York A. C. ls>crath>: W. I*. I<r>«-». Brooklyn "75
yards), second: George Glasscn. Newark (acialehX third;
Fred 'Wlnnlngton. Klnurs County Wheelmen (130 yards),
fourth. Time. 4:33*5. Won by a lensth; two lengths bo_
tween second and third.
Pursuit race, five miles (professional)— Won by Ralph
De Talma. Brooklyn; George P. Kuhlke. second. Ttam.
12:44* i. Won by 100 yanls.
RECORDS MADE AT OTTAWA.
Ottawa. Ont.. Aug. 2.— The second day's races of
the National Cycling Association meet to-day
brought out a good attendance. The fir.al in th»
quarter-mile circuit championship was as follows:
"Major" Taylor, of Worcester, first: Frank
Kramer, of Kast Orange. X J.. second; E. B. Col
lett. of New-Haven, third. Time. 0:325.
In the ten-mile international championship (pro
fessional), flying start. G. S. Schreiber. of New-
York, was first: J. B. Bowler, of Chicago, second:
"Plugger BUI" Martin, of Australia, third. T!m«\
22:30^.
This estabMsbea a world's record for everything
from three mil^s up to ten. The best previous
record was 22:35^». made by Iver Lawson at Salt
Lake City
In the consolation lap race (professional), two
miles. W. Fenn was first: John T. Fisher, of Chi
cago, second. Time. 4:16?».
The standing for the championship of the Na
tional Cycling Association is as follows: Kramer,
4S; Kimble. 15; Collett. 15; Lawson, 12; Taylor, 9.
FINALS AT OTTAWA.
Ottawa. Aug. 2.— The final in the one-mile circuit
championship, four heats of which were run hero
last night, under the aispi.es of the National
Cycle Association, was won by Kramer, of East
Orange. N J. . Collett. of New- Haven, second;
Wilson, nilsawif. third; Schreiber, New-Tork.
fourth. Time. 2:'" 4-5
The two-miie professional handicap was won by
Beauchamp Australia (Itt yards): Kimb!e. Louis
v!lle 06 yards), second; Bowler, Chicago t9O yards>.
third. Time. 4;153-5.
MOTOR PACKD RACE AT PITTSBURG.
Pittsburg. Aug. 2.— The twenty-rlve-mile motor
paced race between "Johnny" Nelson, of Chicago,
and "Nat" Butler, of Boston, was won by Nelson.
hy two miles and one lap. In 3S:*4 3-5. The time
for live mile; was •>:^7: ten miles. U:3»; fifteen miles,
SftSC; twenty rr.i'fs. 9:H\ twenty-fhre miles. 36:44 3-5.
The last mile was the fastest, b^fng done in 1:18 3-i.
TURNS OLD (SOU) ANT> HUH INTO GOOD MONET.
There are several places where It's done every day.
See "Old Gold and Silver" heading among the "Uttk*
Ada. of Ui« People." *•**
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