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trtiiuw of the !h!~v-nv.!e run.
SEETAMOE LEADS FLEET
%atry F. Lippiifs Sloop First in
V. F. F. C. Run to New-London,
[BT TTIXaXAPS TO THE TRTB'"'
y«w-X-on«i3n. Cocc. Aug. Henry F. LJppitt's
t)-foct ilocp Wtetarsoe led the cruising fleet of
tft » Haw-Torti Yacht Club almost from start to
«atgc tn to-day a run of thirty-nine miles from
»Cew-H*'rea to this port. She crossed the finish
l£B oS Ss.ra-"s Ledge, just outside this harbor at
1:3:19. Cfce ■"■£- not cr.ir defeated her old class
gia, the Necia. by 2:0. tut sfc« ha«i outsailed
tie TSSJoot Tazkee by S^O elapsed time. Th
wWbbmm h-s undoubtedly woj: the prize in her
cIaJE. £^<3 the Ancipolls Naval Alumni Associa
•ita Cv? for £loc;s, which is the special prize for
tti r-a.
i .ugert Maxwell's Tankee defeated Corn«llua
tawJartllft Rainbow by 4:K. and W. If. Vander-
Virginia by ML In the small tlocp class
C^ri Meyers A.'talr wen. at'.r.g the Aspirant
by :I£t Is the big schooner class Arthur F.
ijsfce'B Oerona was the vteaar. She defeated the
£ BCr ai4 by 15. 3. and she is piobabiy the winner
f Uie annapafal Cup for schooners, as well as
«a« W— -' P l^ 6 - George E. Weld's Chantl
d»er won in Use email schooner ciaae, beating th#
Vtimsr by only 4S seconds:
It was a Ucht weather day throughout, and when
tht tide turned, about three hours after the start.
«toir pragre^ was made by the yacht*, as the wuid
txi sicad and too l!*ht to be cf much 6erv-ice. An
hou 1 before tin tiniflj it stre^sthened consiflera^ly.
v.ct « ro tise was it stronger than ten miles an
hour.
la a breeze bo light from the east-southeast that
the r*chts were bare:y able to stem the strong
toed Vie. tb* start was made at 9:10 o'clock, the
«Jcc? Aspirant, owned by the Hanar. brothers, lead
t the fleet of twenty-seven y*ehta across the Una
*r»tc between it* committee yacht AlvSna and *
Eark (Steed a catle'» length to southward of her.
Cord lieyer's A2tair. E. D. King's Spasm, Dr. Gib-
Fin's yawl Pchtat-jeSs and the Irolita followed In
the order Visaed. corarle*-l=s the first class of small
At 3:3 GeGrgn M. Plr.-;;cr. s Neola ar.d Henry F.
L*pp«tfs IV^tansoe crossed the Une together, ten
sesjnds :.fter the pin, wttji the Utter Is the weatb
«r Una. These ar.d all the Sett. In fact, crossed
the l.r.e close hauled on DM starboard tack. The
•-a-*! PeHesriaa. the «locp Yankee, the yawl Syb-
Mta and the sloops Vlrgtnia. Rttntoow and Queen
Slab got axray ta that crder. a=d all wercf :--a.ndl
carped from two to eight minutes.
The gun fcr the aU-schocners xraa at 9:30 o'clock.
end most cf these were also har-dlcspiiefl. They
c-ros-sed the line In this order: The Crusader, the
«'Siantic:eer. the Katrtna. the Valmore.the Emerald,
the ConsteOatlon, the LatoiUL. the Corona, the
Endyrn; r. the Loyal, the Atlantic, the Idler and
the Vergemere. The two latter were handicapped
Mar* then half an hour because cf the ilsht wind
Ead heed tiae.
la the paltry air the Aspirant held the lead to
Brar.forc Beacon, six and one-half ir-Ues from the
■tart. Nest in lino at that point was the Altair.
Can the TTeetainoe. the Sybarita, th« N'eola, the
Esiabow. the Yankee, the Vlrglr.ia. the Queer, Mat*.
the Spasm. the Fchtatuck. the Atlantic and the
lro!!%. in the order named. The Atlantic led the
schooners, with the Crusader next, then the Vtrge
nan the I4ler and the Endymlon.
\je\ by tie Valeraore. ether schoolers crossed the
aeutv oa the pert, tack on a aiwai hunting expe
aUeu. They were the Chanticleer, the Loya th?s
Coots, the Latona the Intrepid, the K.atr:r. and
th* Emerald. Th»y were down in the haze when
tie ethers w««re working !n shen. tacks close to
tin Cacseeticut eaore. •-■... for the channel be
tssea Faulkner's Islar.d ard the mainland.
Hem K. Uippitt'a a.oop '.'.-•la.iut did so well
■wortiag to windward thai when she crossed inslria
raukaer's island &t 12 o'clock eh« was the leader
or more thas hair a mile, the Yankee being tho
MHBd boat- The Rainaow was third, the Altair
Jifflrtfe aru the Asp'rant fifth. The Sybarita had
■piii tacks with them, ar.d bad gone off shore to
t!*Tßid£!e of the Sound after the schooners. Still
!»6i«H!t a commanding lead, the eTeataoiaa paawM
Ccnf^ii Uirlitsfcjp at tax the Yankee at 2:1&. the
«Mb»<>« at 2:29. the Altair at 2:22 and the Aspirant
£3. - With baby jibtopsails set they were just
«Ke ta lay tfceir coursra for the next turning point.
BafUett't Beer Lightship. «leven and - half miles
* the eastward. >
. Ax ihij tine the weather, which had been hazy
to the southward, cleared a? the breeze freshened.
•M there could be s^ea the five miles away, off
«*>n«i'i t oict. en the Long Island Shore, the Vlr
gtraa coring fast, with a free sheet, followed by
fo-i of the m Iniiiuaw. and '-■ • SrSarita. steering a
gf|«OOTd course. The rest of the schooners were
■■■^•wti to the southwest.
C»msio<lore F. G. Bourne's fl*-gahip. the Deia
•••». Was ea._ied by every yacht in the harbor
•■en ah* cac:<» 'c anchor about 6 o'clock, near
*|tra! United States warships off the government
p:"
There are scan; two hundred and fifty yachts in
»• aaroor to-:4*:ht_ Nearly all the steam yachts
*y» iuJwainated. The owners and their guests
' «2t on el.-ore after dinner, and were entertained
«-tta« b-jt*!a. The yachts remain hera to-morrow,
•TO ttsrt for NewTicrt early on Monday morning.
•*• Tnmary of to-day's run follows:
fLGOPS— CLAaEEB 3. X AND L.
Elapsed
_^_^ Start. n»!sh- time.
T»eX H M.3. li.MS. H.M.B
SSH""* . 6» 2» 4:C2:IT 6:31:48
■y** 8-30.44 S:S7:1« «:S«:83
SJ2»: • . 8:23:67 4:47:05 7:26:09
Jt-Hrtaa • 6-22^)0 —
*** • B«S 4:42:43 7JDJ»
tLQCFS—CLAESZS a. B A.V2 l
SSLj" •:»:*> gJ7:IO «:ll:J0
JPtS 8:27:'» 1:64:10 6:27:10
s?**»- .. B^r*o «:««:» 6.07:28
2s**** »:27:C0 «:*4:20 «:17:2O
L'^ » ft:27:00 1:07:40 6: 10:40
*"»illius . »:27.81 2:29:10 6:08.39
acaooirxaa— cuambb c. d and by
25?» V:« 2?*» 4^8:98 T:UJB
V™ •.-..... ............... 0:55:00 6^S:«» 7 :* l 4»
g"—» ......:.:......i:.. 8:S2:O« 4:*4:18 7:l2:l«
»Hasa ".. *:K:<JO 4:27 -.7 «:45:T7
£*«* »:Jtt ue 4:SiJB 6:»:2S
BMar n V.32:00 4J6:17 7:28:17
*• He* . 1.. 9JSZOO *J3*M •*»■<*
-_ rXJUHTgg A AKT> C
2*l '•- •— •- »^7^» 8:6»:1» «:ia:l9
gJHi «J»4O 4:O»:S1 C:S3:*3
g^«3ailoß f:37«0 4:23.29 6:45:»
itsi-oo HIM TM.3&
'- AL"X;U*KIEfI.
;s»wa*t» . 837:(>C — —
£»«■ .. »;I7« *X»** 7KJ2:OfI
♦T^t-C Jl m ,,1. ».3?:<» s^f«S 7:55:43
v!s?iuo 4£»:4« 7:14:4*
■ HORSESHOE HARBOR REGATTA.
„**» annual regatta of the Horaeahoe Harbor
**<&♦ Club waa sailed yesterday with fifty-two
**■■«. eis aav« two of which finished. The start
•■ »vuJe in a tight southeasterly breeaa. which
■J* «nt before the first round was half flntehed.
»»• followed in less than half an hour by a
JSP* 1 * breeze from the southwe*! that made a
t^* **** and an exciting finish. The course was
B»*mar from a mark off the clubhouse to Whor-
Sl Serr y Island and i2xet-ation Rocks and back to
r*JU.nJns u M A U save the Horseshoe Harbor
ctttas wmni twice around.
*♦ the «nd of the first round there were many
RIP- The Alert had s«-cur*d a winning lead on
■B>' Haaca! il led the rmceabouta. th« Nymph
sZu * l c*- 1 *- the Hourt the L&rchxnont clave, the
■KB! *■ footers, the Klip Flam the 14-rooters.
g.Vfcf^ 1 the New.Roche'.l* class, the Arizona the
Hirt^*'"" 1 E *T "'*■• * mC the ICenoshl the Indian
""wr cUsa. There were few change* on the aao
■« road. The summary:
tt * ■ mimum ■! 1:10— COUB5T •%
won J wmm
r- . Elapsed
. V* f aoe owner IMA time.
£%}• £ w Aihem i:t.».t» 1:43.-22
f^Lj' U Cefot.n-.it tM:*l 1:48:41
,^*T5-J»3-|NOOTEB»--«TA»T I:IO— COURSE 9%
." Bw ' KJfOTS.
£f2f. h . «'■ A. *!«r« 8.60:08 *JK>*»
SCENES OF THE CELTIC PARK GAMES.
ETAJtT CZT THE EALF-MILE RtTX.
EACEABOTTS— I:IS— COTJRSB Ml KNOTS.
Tartan. A. H. PMe. .. 3:23:41 2:10:41
Rascal 11. S. C Hopkins .1:27:04 2:12:04
Rogue. A. B. Alley 3:27:33 2:12:83
Grasshopper. H. C. Byer 3:28:48 1:18:44
UROHMO.VT — 21- FOOTERS — START I;2S— COURSE
»H KNOTS.
Dorothy. L. G. Spence..., "3+41 2.07:41
Henri. J. K. Ee*er 3:85:81 110:31
Adelaide. J. Dwywr 3:35:42 3:10:42
Vaqu*ro. J. IS Marble 8:38-82 V.ISJU
SLOOPS— 2S-FOOT— I:2O— COURSE 84 KNOTS.
Snarpfr.T. H. Pa^n . . 5. 36:44 li 16.44
SLOOPS— 2I-FOOT— START I:23— COURSE Mi KNOTS.
Jteti. A. I> Erower . 1:41:81 2:1«:57
Ethel. Dr. Frar.x 3:*6:13 2:21:18
Luto IT. T. Currier . 3:4.5:1S 2:2S:IS
Gazabo. H. Vulto , ; . Did not finish
SLOOPS— IS-FOOT— START I:3O— COURSE •:• > KNOTS.
Pandora, B. I\>w>e. Jr 3:52:41 2:22:41
Finn Flam. A. D. Prince . 3:46:13 2:1«:12
Pkiv«r. HiMrar* rMa;o S:.V):O7 2:20:07
Scoct. 11. wperthwall 3:59:58 2:26:55
SPECIAL— XEW-ROCHELLE CLASS— START 1:33—
OOUR£D s»i» KNOTS.
Caper, P. S. Howard 3:4«:O2 2:H:<V2
Ace. H. Bevier 3:49:43 2:14:48
5:32:02 2:17:^3
DESIGN" CLASS— START I COURSE &=-» KNOTS.
Arlxcr.a.. G. O. Ccry 3:.*3:37 2:2!:r>7
Cticiclsha-^. J. P. Most 3.30:33 ;:20:3a; :20:3a
li:i>lA"S HARBOR ONE DESIGN CLASS— START 1:33
— COURSE ■ -, KNOTS.
Kar.cfh:. C. D. Jlal'.ciy . 2:50:36 2 12 M
Anavar.da. E C Rae 8:47:51 2:13:51
Wt V.a. J. E. Maateilo 3:48:94 2:1.<:5«
6hoshcr.e. H. T. Dcraiclck. •- .3:47 2:12:53
HEMPSTEAD HARBOR ONE DESIGN CLASS—
I*O— COURSE S-i KNOTS.
Scud. D. B. Abbot 8:54.53 2:14:53
Gosi:r.g. il. 1 F. Pratt 3:57:28 2:17:20
HORSESHOE HARBOR ONE DBSiaN CLAS3— START
::40 — COURSE ft% KNOTS.
Tndr-i. TV. S. Allen 8:O0:C4 1:20:04
Whirr. R. L. Marcey 2:55:37 1:18:37
Cotton Tall. F. T. Courtney 3:00:41 1:20:41
Gloomr Gus. L. H. R:iey 2:58:34 1:18:34
CATBOATS— 21-FOOT— START I:4O— COURSE 010 1
KNOTS.
Arllr.#. A. E. Ranalds Did not finish
Miriam. J. M. Price 3:X>:4« 2:15:48
CATBOATS— 15-FOOT— START I:4O— COURSE 9 : »
KNOTS.
Louie Eel>. J. M. TN'MUanis S:W»:S2 2:18-22
Lobster. A. P. Bond 4:02 2:22£8
CATBOaTS— IS- 1:40 — COVRSE 6H
KNOTS
Jcke. C. C. Converge 4:31.-C«I '2:31:06
Carolj-r.. Dr. Stump . 4:35:£0 2:*3: SO
Th» winners van th» Alert. th« Nymph, the
Tartan, the Dorothy, tha Jeebl. the Film Flrus.
the Caper, the Chiclcloiter. the An&wano tfie
Scud, the Gloomy Gus. the Miriam, the Louie
Belie and the Joke. The Snapper haj a sail-over.
IXGOMAR WIXS HAXDICA
Morton F. Plant's Schooner Adds
to Her Victories.
Southampton. England. A us;. 13.— At the Iloyai
Southern Yacht Club regatta to-day, the Amer
ican schooner yacht, the Ingnznar, wo:. the handi
cap race for yachts of over one hundred tons.
HO HEEEESHOPP YACHT lOS EMPEBOE
Will Have the Meteor Eebuilt Instead, So
It Is Reported.
Kiel. Aug. 13.— The "iieitung" declares that Era
persr William has given up bta Intention of build
las a n»w yacht after designs Ly Kerrcshoff. owing
to a difference of opinion regarding the draught of
lh<; proposed new vessel. Instead his majesty will
rebuilt the Meteor, the alterations on which will
be Intrusted to the German shipbuilder Mueller.
with whom tho Emperor recently conferred at
Bwlasnusdo.
BROOKLYN YACHT CLUB REGATTA.
Twenty-two mM started la the open regatta
of the Brooklyn Tacht Club, held yesterday after
noon orer courses In Gravesend Bar. Th« win
ners were Vlviaf 11. tha Era, the Bor.ito, the
Opeemah. the Wee Wean, the Kelpie and the Ras
cal (subject to measurement). A sternly, whole
sa!l breesa blew throughout from tha eastward,
maklnr fast time possible.
Boats In classes M and N" covered a course with
marks at the Marine »nd Field Club. Fort Hamil
ton. Craven Shoal and Atlantic Yacht Club. The
•tart was off th* Brooklyn Yacht Club anehoraam
The first le* was a run. the second and third were
reaches, anil the fourth was a close haujed board.
A broad reach brought the starters home.
The other racers covered the same course, loavlnff
out the Craven Shoal buoy. This gay- a les of
dead windward work from Fort Hamilton to tha
Atlantic Yacht Club mark. The summaries:
SIX>OPS — CI«ASS M— START 8:015.
Elapsed Carrie. ted
Finish. Uma. time.
Boat and owr.r H.M.3 H.M.'^ H M.S.
TMu 11. S. E. Vemon 4:ir.:18 1:10:13 1:C8:23
R«i Wla*. J. 3. O'DonoHae. .4:15:88 }:W:S» J : V,^"J,
Majil*. iff. 'H. Chllda 4:16:0U 1:10:1* l:10:u0
SLOOPS— CLASS N— START 8:« J.
Era, E. H. M, Bo«nr 4:10:3T 1:11 :8T 1:11.30
Ba»h«>ra. H. Chubb 4:17:37 1:12:37 JO1«
L'ootat!. E. F. L.uck«nb»ch.. .4:1«:85 1:13:36 1:18:86
— CLABS START 3:10.
Bonito. Haviian-J Bros 4:16:41 1:06:41 l:0fl:41
Iguana. D. 8 Wjlli. 4:10:26 1:08:28 1:07.61
•Kate .j-awl)'. J. L» N*ro«.-.*:28:1» 1.16:9 1:10:19
■By common tfiwrnw* th» Kata r«o*iv*« Sm. ailowmac«
for coots* of eight wi!e«.
SLOOPS— CLASS START 8:111.
Oce«mah Alfred Macray.... 4:20:83 J:JJ : 2? 1:08 M
Mary M. Grundnar .....4:2«:54 1:11:*» 1:11:02
Spota. li. 0. Ailanao 4;=»:0« liUaM 1:12:00
Carrlesa. F. J. Haven. 4:28:4* }:14:« 114.4»
Wraith. C Tompkln* 4:8644 1:20:44 1:18:47
Ccada. A. D. O'^«:l Dl»auall«»d.
Karma. J. C. Bnkls« DM not finish.
SLOOPS— R— START 8: IS.
We* Wean. R. L. Cuthh«rt. .4:21:52 l- l2: *& — -—
aardpiper. W W R»«'ern. .4:3S:BS 1:1B:S»
MAHINTB AND FIELD SPECIAL— 8:30.
XslpJe. W. K. Brown 4:87:!» }■}}'}*
Eap«.-»aca, T. A. Hamilton 1:17:88 ■
CATBOATS— CLASS V— STAJRT 8:23.
Rascal. D. G. Whltlock 4:8T:80 1 :12: 5°, — —
£lru!a M.. Richard Moor*. .4:40:22 1:15:22 — —
YACHTING AT BAR HARBOR.
(bt TEXJKSBAra TO THB TaißrN*.)
Bar Harbor. Me., Au(. U.— Judge and Mrs.
Abram B. LawTer.c*. of New-York, gay« a recep
tion for Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sheehan at their
cottage this afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence. Miss Ruth
Lawrence. Miss .Fdltxer and Miss Eieanore as
sisted In recelvlns. There were about one hun
dred guests.
There were a large number of dinners to-night,
among those entertaining being Mrs. Edward Coles.
Mrs. W. McGuraee and Mrs. A. C. Train. Mrs.
Trains guests were Mr. and Mrs J. J. Emery.
Mr and Mrs. Bdfar Scott. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. fc.no.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sturgiaa. Mrs. Brooks. F.
Fenno and Dr. »hej>ard. .... . «.,
Mrs. O. L, Bradley and Mrs John Mason, of Xrm-
Ycrk gave a musical at the Malvern to-night. Miss
Preston, of New- York, sang Mrs. Q. Quiney
Thorndlke gave a reception for Mr and Mrs.
Harry Thorndlke this afternoon. V. Taylor Pyne
had a party of twenty over from Northeast Har
bor at lur.rheon at the MaJvera this noon The
French cruiaer Dv Dupielx arrived In the harbor
this morning at 7:45 o'clock. She will remain nine
days, and then proceed to Halifax.
the Ear Harbor 21-footers sailed their regular
Saturday race in a light bre«* to-day, so that the
race was not specially exciting, th* boats Cnsh
tng minutes apart- W. C. w A^*°k A Jn*« j, I}^1 }^ %
again took first place, with R. Horace Gaiutln s
durlew «*cond. El4p-d
Una
Name sad owner. ?'<«-i7
Th» Indian. W. C. AUiaaa *•• J **'•}*
Curlew. R. H. OalMtm i?j«s
Pllrht. Edwart Morrsll 2«2<5
Beud. A- J. Csssatt..... • 2 OH 20
Bat. Vint Scott... ...*.«— <•••••• * 304-20
Cricket. H. E. Sear»..'. : „- |]
T«lcUße. E. O. Kabbey l!l!l!""!!!asit t.OtJBi
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, AUGUST 14 ll>o4
ONE-HUNDRED-ANI>-TWBNTT-YABD HURDLE raj^ WCKrat V. J. A. C.
*"-'■"•=♦• Winner of th« 100-yard dash.
CARR WINS IN FIVE MILE.
QUARTER A DEAD HEAT.
Junior Championships of Metropoli
tan A. A. U. at Celtic Park.
The junior championships of the Metropolitan
Association of the Amateur Athletic Union were
held at the country grounds of the Greater New-
York Irish Athletic Association at Celtic Park.
Long Island, yesterday. The entry list was ex
tremely large, and many of the contests had to be
run la several heats. Most of the finishes wmt
close and exciting;
The five-mile special raos was looked to v.-lth the
most interest of the day, for the eight men that
finished first are to have a free trip to St. Louis to
compete In tha Marathon race at the Olympic
World's Championship, on August 31. A field of
about twenty started in the racs, and it was a
desperate struggle throughout. Carr kept up
among the leaders until near the finish, and then
he went to the front and won easily by about twen
ty-five yards. Tha rest of the field came falling
in his wake, end finished in the order named: S.
Mellox. Mohawk Athletic Club; A. Newton. New-
York Athletic Club; F. Lori. Mohawk Athletic
Club; G. Kennedy. National Athletic Club: M.
spring. Pastime Athletic Club; J. Foy. Pastime
Athletic Club, and J. Devlin. Mctt Haven Athletic
Club. Through an error on the part of the Judges
the men ran a lap short, making the distance four
and three-auarter miles.
The l'»-yard dash was the first final to be
decided. .The men were sent off to an excellent
start, and Frank Rlckert, of toe New-York Ath
letic Club, won by two £eet. George E. Hail,
of the Greater Xew-Tork Irish Athletic Association,
was second, and D. Frank, of the West Sida Ath
letic Club, a close third.
Th« banner given to -the club obtaining the
greatest number of points, went to the Irish Ath
letic Association, with a total of 33. The Ne'.v West
Side was second, with 30, and the New-Yurk Ath
letic Club, tv.t.i 2.
Merc than fourteen started In the half mile racs.
which was captured by J. D. Eanderman, of the
Greater New-lark Athletic Club, by five yards.
Kei:ry ChrJatoffera. th« star runner of the 2t-
George Athletic Club, was a strong favorite in this
contest, but was penalized several yards for making
too early a start. He came in third, however, a
foot behind W. J. O'Ccnnell. of the New West Side
Athletic Club.
The three mile race Tarnished a killing pace from
the start to the finish. M. Spring, of the Pastime
Athletic Club, went to the front at the sound of
the pistol, and Held it to llits last lap, when W. G.
Frank of the Greater New-York Irish Athletic As
sociation, tha star Indoor cycle rider, showed that
he Is as sood en foot as lie is on a wheel, by forg-
Ing to the front and winning by 13> yards. Harvey
Conn, of t'ae Greater New-York Irish Athletic As
sociation, ha<l thlngi all his own way in the one
mile run. He took tho lead at tho sound of the
pistol, and crossed tho Up« 25 yards ahead ot
James P. Sullivan, of tha St. Bartholomaw Ath-
Idle Club, who ran second.
L. N. Mertz. of tho New- York Athletic Club, won
the 120-yard hurdla race by four rards. J. J. Mc-
Loifblta. of the Pastime was second. The n>-yard
hurdle was ax.olher contest in which tiie Winged
Foot club athletes showed up well, E. Cairns and
\V. E. Ftaley, two of Us members, taking On and
second ciac»-t. respectively.
The 440-yard run resulted in a dead head between
George Underwood, of tha New-York Athletic Club,
and Henry Christoffers. of the Bt. Bartholomew
Athletic Club, It was decided to run it over. Chrts
toffers clearly showed that ho was faster than Un
derwood In this trial. He let tho latter do all the
leading until about twenty-Uve yards from the tape,
when he matia a great eprlnt and soon passed Un
derwood. As he crossed tha finishing line he turned
ur.d laughed at his rival.
Thu field contests furnished good sport. Th»» run
ning nich jump wan won by John \V. Pries.-, of
the St. Gecrae Athletic Club, by an inch from C.
li Zoeblch. of the Greater "New-ioi.k Irish Ath
letic Clue. Price's jump was ,• 2e«C h Inches.
Claude Allen, of th» Irish as^oc: ->ii>n. was first
in th« pole vault, wltl' 10 fee* .'J 1 * inches, and
J. F. L' >;-■•, of the New Went Bide Athletic Club,
with 23 feet 11 inches, flrv in iho 15-pound shot.
The 56-pound weight contest want to Emery N.
Payne, of the Mott Haven Athletic Club, with a
throw or 28 feet 1 Inch, a. P. Gillis. of the New
West Stiio Athletic Club, took first prize in tn«
hammer, with a throw of 130 feet 10 Inches. Gillie
was arotaat«dfl on the ground of professionalism,
and hia case will be investigated by the proper
commltteo In the near future. In case he Is dis
qualified the winner will be J. A. Blller. of the Na
tional Turn Verein, of Newark, who was second.
with a throw of 101 feet 8 inches.
The discus went to J. A. biiler. of the National
Turn Wrein. with 10b feet 2Vi Inches, and the
running broad Jump to D. Frank, of '.Ik- New West
Sid© Athletic Club, with Si feet Vi inch.
The poor car service to and from the park de
tracted largely from the pleasure of those who
saw the games. Waits of fifteen minutes for cars
were common, and the cars were packed and
crowded- Frequest contests are held on the
grounds. It would »em reasonable that transit
facilities should be offered.
The summary:
TRACK CONTESTS.
Cn»-hun'Jr*/l-"ard run — by Frank Rlckert, New—
York A. C.: George E. Salt, Greater New- York I. A. A..
•eeond; D. Frank. New West Side A. C. third. Time,
0:10* i.
I!ai;~mll» run— Won by J. p. Baadermaa. Greater
New- York 1. A- A.; W. J. O'Conneli. New West aide
A. C. second: Henry Cbxlatofiars. at. Geors* A. C.
third. Time. 2:02
One-hundred-and-twenty-yard — Won by L. W.
Mertz. New-York A. C. ; J. J. MeLoughltn, New West
Side A C. second; ' Edward P. Murray. Greater New-
Tork I. A. A., third. Time. 0:17.
Three-mile — Won by W. G. Frank, Greater New-
York I. A. A. : F\ L*fforßue» St. Bartholomew A. C.
second; Bart Freeman, Avonta. A. C. third. Time.
10t£B%-,
Two-hundred-end-twentr-yard hurdle— Won by E.
Cairns. N*w-York A. C; W. E. F'.nley. New- York A. C,
second; William H. Goll. West Bide Branch Y. M. C A..
third. Time. 0:23 H.
Two-hundred-and-twenty-yard ran — W,m by G*or«;e B.
Hall. Greater New- York I. A. A.; C. E. Williams.
Greater New-York I. A. A., second; O. F. Ludar*. New
West Side A. C. third. Time, O:2S*4.
One-mile run — Won by Harv*y <">Jhn. Greater New-
York I. A. A.: James P. Sullivan. St. Bartholomew
A C. second: John J. Donovan. Mott Haven A. C.
Uilrd. Time, 4:54. ■-_■».
Fonr-hundrod-aniJ-fcrty-yard run Won by Henry
Chrlstoffera. 3t. George A. C. George Underwood. New-
York A. C. second; G. F. Smith. Wat Bid* Branch
Y. M. C. A., third. Time. o*4 Vi.
Five-mile special race (tint eight to be sent to St.
Louis) — Won by B. P. Carr. Xavl*r A. C. ; A. L. Newton,
S«w-Tork A. C, second: S. A. Meilor. Mohawk A. C.
third: F. Lori. Mohawk a. C fourth: T. Kennedy. Na
tional A. C. fifth: M. Spring. Pastime A. C. sixth; G.
For- Star A. C. eeTfpnth: a*. P. D*vlln. Mott Haven
A. C. eighth. Tim*. 26:13. Distance quarter of a mile
snort.
FIELD CONTESTS.
Putting the elxtren pound »hot— Won by J. F. Foler.
New \V»st S1<1» A. Cm 39 ft. 11 tn.: F. 3. Callshan. New
West Side A. C 38 ft 4 In., second: Charles Schoepflln.
National Turnrerrtn. 88 ft. \\k In., third.
TJiro-.vlriß the nfty-«lx pound wMnht— Won by Emery
N. Payne. Mott Haven A. C. 23 ft. 1 In.: B. Corr»Tl.
New West Side A. C. ■» ft. OH in., second: A. Busch
man. Star A. C 23 ft 3 m., third.
Running hljth Jump— Won •» John W. Price. St. George
AC 5 ft 9 In.: C H. Zoebich. Greater Nrw-Terit Irish
A a.'. 5 ft. 8 In., ■reond; R. W. Fraxer. Greater New-
Tork Irish A A.. fi ft. B in., third.
Throwtn* the dt.oti.-Won by J *- BlHar National
T-rnver'ln. 108 ft. 2H In.: A Bushman. Star AC.
101 ft. S in.. *»cond: H. Frteboare. Paattme A. C. 96 ft.
T \innft« lr^.<J jnm»-Wta i by D. Frank. S-w West
«•,?»£ S ft <* 1« ■ I j Weber. N'ew-Tork A- C.
£ ft A i«H*!n"al^i: i- £ Mrl^u«-hlin. New W«rt Md.
N-r^lTwi t AT A., and Lcnis Maa» »«"•?* >-„?{:
UeTTlr sUnd pl«« with 10 ft 4 In. On Jump-off WU
IST?row^B; «he sixteen powrf Imnffff-Wim fc» rhiX'
rmhTviw Wert-PUJa a. a. I*» ft. 10 tn. : XA- J^ 1 "^
Vst!«.«l Torn'-weiß. 115 ft. 11* M.. seeondj A. BuaaU-
KRAMER FINISHES FIRST.
Wins One Mile Handicap from
Scratch at the Beach.
The best bicycle racing and the largest attendance
of the season were seen at the Manhattan Beach
track yeprerday. A miss and out race caused much
excitement among the competitors as well as
the onlookers. Nineteen amateurs started. Burton
Downing-, of San Jose 1 . Cal.. won the contest, with
W. R. Lee. of New-York, second, and Marcus L.
Hurley, of New-Tork Athletic Club, third, the win
nsr's .me being 14:33* i. There was a read scramble
at the finish of each hip, and on the twelfth Hurley
saved himself from elimination by a few Inches.
Frank L. Kramer, of East Orange, N. J.. won
the one-mile handicap from scratch. The champion
was only a foot In front of F. J. Cadwell. of Hart
ford, who had 60 yap, and Floyd MeF.trland. of
San Jose. Cal., was third. Kramer also won the
two-thirds-mile race, in which ha and TV. S. Fenn,
of T\*at«rbury. Conn., teamed. Fenu v.-as a close
second, and McFarhmd finished third.
The Bedell brothers. John and Menus, of Lyn
brook. Lone Island, finished aa named in front of
the field of professions'* for the Consolation race
at two-thirds of a, mile, E. F. Root, of Boston
being third. E. Eveden. a local rider, won the one
third-mlle novice race, and the amateur handicap
at the same distance was won by W. A. Perm. also
of this city.
REGATTA OX POTOMAC,
Titus Has Rozcover in Single Sculls
at Washington.
■Washington. Aug. 13.— The annual regatta Of th*
Potomac River Regatta Association was held over
Its mile and a half course to-day. C. S. Titus had
a rowover in the single 3culls. The weather was
perfect and large crowds ol spectator witnessed
the contests. Nona of the race* wero covered in
particularly fast time, and the accident at the out
set, described elsewhera. in which ten persons were
drowned, dampened the spirit of th« occasion.
Robert Stoll. of the New-York Athletic Club. wa3
the referee, and H. P. Burke, of the Malta Boat
Club, of Philadelphia, the starter. The summaries:
Junior eislu-oaied shells— TVoa by Ariel Beat Club;
firtonjac Ecat Cub. seoond. Time. S:IGS.
Junior rinels sculls— Won by George P. Joly, Bachelor
Barge Llul.. of Phiiaoeiptua: Wallace D. Klare. ArunUsl
P."at Club, of EalUnvjiM. «»cund; JUchard Re.Wlngt.on.
Potomac Hour Club, of Washington, tfciri; C. U\ lioipn.
Artel Uoat Club. Baltimore, fourth. Tim*. 10: M.
Junior four-oared race^ — Won by Analostan Boat CluN.
of Wajli'.ngion; Arundel Br^t Club, of Baitiraore. second.
Time. 'J.iti.
Junior doubla aculls — Won by Malta Boat Club, Phl'a
delyhU; Arunitl Boat Club, Caltlmor:. second. Tlase.
o:i«.'.
S<-r.i >t four-oared «hella — by Ariel Beat Club,
Baltimore.
Imerrr.edla?" ric!i*-» — by Potomac Beat Club; Ariel
t!>*t Cub. na.ltimore.»efcord. Time. b:Tt.
e«alor .ioubie sculls — Wun hy Uacixel'jr • Barse C!ub.
i'hilodtlphla: Crtaccnt "twii Club, tbjladeljjnia, secon-i.
Tlmu b:tuH.
Inierifw-Jmte *tn?'ea — Won br TV,, a. Masea Penrsyl-
Tar.la ba.-s» Club, PhilaJelptla; WaJJao B. Kiare.
Arumlel B»i Hub. Baittßwr*. second; nichaxd P.eiiliag
tOttj Potoouu Ut<4tt Club, thlnl. Time, 1u:42.
Intermediate doubles — Won by Malta Boat Oub, Fhlla-
Sonlor «;; (.-:« scuUs — Won by C S. Tttus. AtuJasta Boat
Club. New-Yt>rk iwalhover.)
Junior four-oaroi gi^cs — Won by Ariel Boat C!ub BalM
ir.-jr-; Vh-tnta Boat Club. JV.rnmor.i. kecon>}; Aruadel
Uvmt nu; baltlmure. third. Tta* »:50.
ti#r.jor i-.chl-oarM raca tXrUla withdrew «n>l Potcmaa
Junior substituted) — Won by Poteraao i-.T.iors; Waahiag
ton- Po'.omac Juaion. se-TOcU. Time. S:l9.
DEAD HEAT IN SWIMMING EACE.
Close Finishes in North River Contests
Daniels in Front Again.
The second series of races under the ausDii~»s of
the Manhattan Swimming Club, on the North River.
was held yesterday, and furnished plenty of ex
citement. About 400 spectators gathered. Inches
only separated the Bnt three men at too finish of
both trial heats and finals in nearly all three con
tests. A dead heat between Fred Hayden and H.
M. KualuM resulted la the rinai of the 100-yard
novice, which was swum over. Harden defeating
his opponent by rive yards.
The pace in the final was killing from tha start,
the first fifty yards being made in 0:29 4-5. which
la within i 3-5 seconds of the world's record. Four
of the contestants were unable to continue after
half of the distance had been covered, leaving
Hayden and Kuehr.e to fight it out. Tha 100-yard
handicap was closely contested throughout, and
scarcely six Inches separated the three first men
at the finish. W. C. Daniels swam a 3ne raca in
the 480-yard contest, winning first place from
scratch. He began to catch up to the fl-ld at the
230-yard mark, and passed all except Wahle and
Mulvey on the last turn. It was only within the
last few feet that Daniels was able to nose aheaii
cf these two. however, and less than two yards
separated the men at tha finish. The summaries:
One-hundred-yard novice— Frederick Harden. Manhat
tan swimming Club, and 11. M Kuetine. unattached,
swam a dead heat. Hay dan won In swim-off. Time.
lU7K.
One-hundred-yard handicap — by L S. Crane. N.
T. A. C (6 sec.j; U B. Goodwin. N. Y. A. C. (4 sec), sec
ond J. W. Lawrence, If. Y. A, C. (8 *cc. ;, third. Time,
1K»»».
Four-hunared-anS-eirbty-rara handicap — Wan by C.
M. Daniels. N. T. A. C. (ncratch); Otto Wahle. N. T. A.
C. (35 esc), second; Ray Mulvey. Tuscora A. C. (40 sec.).
third. Time. «:4SL
AMERICAN WINS IN LONDON CHESS.
W. E. Napier Takes First Honors in Na
tional Tournament Teichiaann Second.
London. Aug. 13.— With the seventeenth round
played to-night the national tournament at the
City of London Chess Club was brought to an end.
W. E. Napier, of America, won the first prize of
$300, given by Sir George Newnes. Second prise of
1200 went to R. Telchmann. The other prise win
ners were: J. H. Blackbume. I. Guns berg and H.
W. Shoosmlth. tied for third, four and fifth. $300;
L.. Van Vile*, sixth. $40: F. J. Lee and C. E. C.
Tattersall. tied for seventh and eighth. $55. P. S.
Lecnhardt, ninth. 520, and A. J. Mackenzie and O.
C Muller. tied for tenth. 115. Muller beat Tatter
sall In the sixteenth round yesterday, not Tatter
tall Muller. as reported.
Tho final score of the players follows:
Won. Lost.! Won. Lost
Natuer 12'» : Maoitenxl* «', OH
Telchmann l- * jMuiler <)•, »< 3
Blackburne ....11 » I Brown s»i 1" .
Gunsbera 11 5 i Lomac S», l{V-. 2
6hoosmlth 11 5 leurnock 3 11
Van VUst 9'.s 6'.iiGunaton 3 il
Lee 0 " Mason H 11
Taitcran.il ■ 1 Mortimer 4 12
Lesnhardt ...... 8 8 I ,
William E. Napier, is an Englishman by birth,
but has lived in this country since he was five
years old. ks champion of the Brooklyn Chess
Club, he first came to public notice, although be
fore that time he was known as the American boy
champion. His international debut was made at
Monte Carlo in 1802. when he finished eleventh in
a strong field. The same year at. Hanover ha
divided fifth. and sixth prises, but at Cambridse
Springs last May he failed to show good form, fin
ishing with a scorn of 5H to 8»%.
CARLISLE PLAYER AT NORTHWESTERN.
Chicago, Aug. IS.— Johnson, the Carlisle Indian
Quarterback, will enter the dental department of
isortiiweatarn University here next fait
Summer Resorts.
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WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL IN NOVEMBER.
THE PARADISE OF AMERICA. . DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
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GBEESWICH-ON-THE-SOCJO. COWTt.
NOW OPEN FOB THS gCMATTOt aJaaaVHL
Baaatirally located, with ail room* *m m-» soa acted*
em condit'.oQt and fomi>iitnss. Carera< «mn (be asesac
PHtron*^i. auperuir suuii*a and "auu." 4ua*-tcra>; UoU.
T»r.a:a. Casino sports: music and perfect siajHss and dxtvea
ttir"ih ulctui«s<iaa oouatrr.
D. P. ■DaTSON. sbuacer.
Fort Griswold House
EASTERN POI>T.
NEW LONDON, CONN.
A BEAUTirUL. SOtrSTJ RESORT.
Aaceaslble aalubrteaa —^—
CPEN THKOCGHOUT SEPTEarSES.
Seed for descriptive Bouklat.
B. H. YABX>. M'G'B.
MASaACTSETTS,
Ia Tb« Berksnlres.
wocwinwi 31AS9.
HEATON HALL
CrUalne and serrlca osesealled. Beaattfal ill hi—
Golt Music- _____ -..
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Hotel Aspinwall
LENOX. MASS.
O. D. SKA VST. PROPRIETO*.
An Ideal Resort for Health
and Pleasure.
DERSsnrRi: HTIX*.
THE MAPLEWOQD.
prrrsFiEi^. mass.
SOW OTX3I. ,-* -
S«;qC for 1904 Booklet before looking eJarwQert.
ARTHUR W. PLUMB. Prop'r^
VERMOTT.
m Gitn 3ior*T4Bß,
IAKE DUNMORE HOUSE
is AM) COTTAGKS. las* Dimiairs. Xt.
A most B*ctnrea»&* lass* aa* (Wlaßtftd eanintain resort:
all lorros of amuaeraent: excellent »ervtc» aad sMaw
M w naaaxttaarit. Send %Bwrt^e' SEVERr:
aVDUaS w. SaVElvi. jIVT
•»=» ■«» *r^ «aa T» TFT 1 c~5 T ' " :< !
and ccttaze*. CMtieto*. ft. Ail attractions. Rats*
»15 to IS a weak, ■■■ ot:«t. 3 Park Place. S. T.. aad
Bssai Bureau.** Brooklyn. B. 8. TTM'.r*. *sr.
Country Board. .
PERMANENT aecommodatloas ft»r eouol* hi raSned
ittiarioua count, y «suta, NiAiißT. Box •*.
Tribune Qrsca. _^
BjENSONHCHSr.— C=e»aller cottan. » ajftt Bar
Snh-at.. orlvata famLj; qu -et. refined, moderate;
eM iax«« room- a.x wlwtow»; snail roams. ASMrtasa taass.
_„.s Tlf. roTTACE F"AB3*. — Boarters wanted far tm~
d.etown. Oraago Ca-. X> V. . .
Business Opportunities.
SOUU .astir mi 1100 ■ » &£_?**%: h^S^*
r^tt Nettoael Baaa BuUdmg. CMeaeja. H.
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