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WOMEN USE WHIP AND
SPUR IN CLOSE RACE
Miss Klfso r.nilow Lowers Col
ors of Miss Kmily Randolph
nt Piping1 liock.
WOMKN SHINK ItltlOHTLY
THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
AMONG THE FASHIONABLE CROWD AT PIPING ROCK
Jliss Atlrrbury r.ciuls tlic Schiff
I ml Hitchcock StahlcH in
ThrlllliiK pony moos with sorlplv- unmra
In tin' sndrtlo were the ilMiitf fenturos of
the 1'lplne Itmk llorm- .Show, whlvh ontlivl
a tnosl successful two ilny inert of thn
rlnli on Din spncluns lirnnnil nrnr Locust
Valley ycKlrnliiy. Women vvirt prominent
thronshmit anl, whether ilearltiif the for
mhlnhln Jumps on nlnihle footed hunters
or showlnir off the pares of the hltflily hn'd
saddlers, the fnlr eimi'strlennc more thnn
held their nun with the sportsmen of thn
I'nder these condition It wni flttlnir that
the honors of the shnw 'should rest with
Ml llopeton l. Attertniry, who ro.le her
own horse In the saddle i l.isei ilh such
telllnB effect th.it eoveti llrsts rewarded
hr effort, Including tho I'ipinv lloek
rhnlleime nip for the host sildlo horio
In the show. Ml Attertniry hail to win
pretty nearly everything In luhi to over
come the lend or Mortimer I.. NchlfT. who
ld her hy one blue nt the liejtlnnlnir of tin
day anil Increased hi total victories to five
by corln nitaln with llaron lirnuti In
he only haincs competition of III" day.
The prominence of the hunter and Jumper
also developed another dnniterniis com
retltor tfilhninit llltcheix k. who, Ihniiuli
he had not won a first on Trlday. num. with
a rush mill won every event thnt iulld
for Jumpes except one The Hitchcock
horses raptured five hlncs altogether, in
cludlni: the .Meadow Hiook cup. which wn
nflered for the dent hunter, I hi fell to tin
old champion I'ornnet, who repented hi"
victory at .Mlneol.i Init week, with t'nlvnlt
again hclne placed In reserve.
There w.ib an addltlnn.il honor for Miss
Atterhury, when In addition to eaiiiiuir the
i-ipine hock cnnllenire cup on her minorlt
rnreiniii, i-niricia, .luilce i,evvls y Wiirini;
handed her the cup pre"nted hy hlmef
for the most accomplished horsewoman In
me snow iim clnss wns a particularly
strong one. eleven (lne snddlers trotting
ann ranterinu ror the edification of thi
Judcn unit the spectators. All the coin
petltor hud won rlhhonii In nrevlou nm
tests, the condition calling for horse of
IS.t hand or over. Women were In the
s.-icimes of more thnn half of thoe shown
me reserve ribbon going to .Mr. .1 A. lc-
sioy, who rode her bay inar- Conlldnnte.
Week end parties nerved to swell the
nttendunce, so that when the time came for
tartlng the race there were nearly ; ouo
excited spectator to cheer the fnlr riders
Ihe boxes i were tilled to overflowing, the
rail around the rinic crowded two or three
d'ep. while a new departure was th" estal)
llshnient of a promenade on the lawn he.
twwn the boxes and the ring. All the
Horlety folk of the neighborhood who had
attended the opening day were on hand
and among the now (urea noticed were
Mr. and Mrs, Waldorf . A tor. Henri
Ijoifer Wlnthrop. Mr. and Mr. V peer
.roves of I-ondori, Howard Wlllels, Miss
llorrnce Illulr. .Mls Marjorle lllalr. Mr.
and Mr. .1. Tudor 'lams. Mr and Mrs
Adrian Iselln, Miss May lilrd. Mr and Mr,
h. A. Manior Hultazzlr. Mrs. James A
Itnrden. Mis Cnmella llvce. Mr. and .Mr.
Mortimer Ward. Mr. and Mrs. tleorge 1'..
Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Murdock. Mr
and Mrs. I. II. Itaymond, Mr. and Mr.
Inflow S. I'lerce. .Miss lm (iillM-rl , Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hutler Imuran, Mis llmllv
Handolph, Ml Louise (iraco and Jliss
Mi Emily Handolph. whoe prowe a a
Jockeyctto has been heralded tar and wide,
inai more limn her match in thn.tno rm-e, and
uough oho rode her mount with the pr
Mstence or Tod Sloan and finished with a
i. arrlson rush, had to accent seconil place to
Miss fcllxo Ladew in the first ipiarter mile
dash. In the second, where the ponies
were selected by lot. Miss Alls JJol.in or
ltosemoiint. I'a., not her mount home in
front and Mis Handolph had to be content
with fourth place.
When Thoma Hitchcock paraded to the
pot for tho tlrst of the dashes ten of the
ialr riders accompanied him to watch for
the rail of the Mac which was to send them
on a scurry for the wlnnlnir post. Ml
Handolph, who rode astride a usuul, was
the irenernl tAvorlte. Imt thAr. u-,,u .w ..
Kir who did not show thnt she knew how
to handle a horse und drive It to tho limit
or siMH-d. Most of them followed the ev
amn e of Mis Handolph and rode In manly
rashlon. hut It was noticed that tho ulti
mate winner. Mis Uidew. adopted the
regulation side saddle.
After one false break Mr. Hitchcock ot
ti'e"i !''.t0 almost even start, but Miss
Handolph was uway wlnitlnit and shouts
went up that she would win before it was
noticed that Miss Udew on Hattan was
innkini; the most of her advantaKe nearthe
rail and dashlnu Into u lend thnt Increased
to two lencths whon tho Kalloways lieKau
to cut around the rather UaniferouH comer
before the homestretch. Miss Handolph
had the outside position with l.ypsie, but
worked Into hfcoiid place and was just
behind Mis !adew at th- turn, 'the
Ijonif Island Kirl huttced the flaes so closelv
that Mis Handolph, who had made a moe
to capture the rail, wa forced to pull
around. She straivhtencd out her mount
and at down to rido In earnest, but .lis
1 41 (lew wa wldpplnif too and passed the
Jiidk-es a lenirUi and a half In front. .Miss
landolpli finished a Ienth Iwfore -Ml
trance II, iiodwln. who rode her own
pony, Cork llohln. .Others who rode were
?"?" 'IS"? I"ln. ,M1 Allx Dolan. Mis
Ida Heltner. Miss Terhune and Ml
In addition to the race ror women there
was one fpr military that hrouuht out even
a lurver Hold, '1 hey were not u tractable
as the women and there as n oni delay
beroro they were sent away on their half
mile Journey. Hattery K. r'lrst HeRlment.
sent a spc-edy animal to the post In foronado
which under the skilful uidnnoc of Private
lllckey came flylnif down the hill so fast
that he had a leud of two lenut ha at the
luarter, The lurthor he went tho more
he italned, and nt the finish was six lengths
uheail or hormer, who wa ridden by tils
owner, t.'harle A Uoescher. Ueut. Tred
Alimrs, n noted amateur Jockey, wan third
on Id horse, Kinderhook.
i no suuuie ciuss tliut nroiisod the most
tssHsv slsir i jthiiBllflttftriiillKLiM
ssHssssHBluHsWj PsHKaSltviLtni. irfoWCi
It m i HI W lll 1 1 III I I Mi T I fc 1 1'i
w yum w wiri HfMiTiTw m mm -w 11 '
WWV ill WCTMII V
Hart and BcrminRhnin Ilcpcat
Battle of Two Years Ago
on Wykogji' Course.
HART IS ELIMINATED
Many Links Arc Crowded With
Players Who Take Advan
tage of Fine Weather.
match play In the October tourntrn,,.
classes In which J. I, filmmor, rurir., I
Johnson tied with resneetl.. ...'H
0-9, 71 and M-n, 71 In h. Vj
division, vhlle V. 1,. McLaren i ,?
second with l 16, 73 and L, x ii,,. '
mil wuunru iiic 111 IC If) 1,1 M
10522. 73. '
Forest Hill members devote,) ik,
selves to nn eighteen hole mdiil m'"'
handicap yesterday, as well n l, ,.'
sweepstakes. Taul Heller led elan , ,
IhA hntiHIcan with A rai-,1 f ia
while In the second set there w nn a tV,'i
rornered tie Involvlnir O. K All,,,.,., V
T. Dunlop and R. K, Hose hernnse of 'n
club rulf counting as 72 all cnr U
or less. Dunlop won the swerpsisk. i '.A
a card of 1915. 70. In the Weptemh,,l
tournament Albert Allsopp heat W, tterv I
by 2 up and 1 to play. This brlnt. ill
iiiioi I. Mill, I .T.opp trj
tether In the
Hlstorv reneated Itself at the Wykaryl
Country Club yesterday when T. V Her-
mtnuham and E. H. Hart came togetner
In the semi-final round for the club chani-
ntAal.ln Thla naif. flnmhA nil aallarp
, on the home hole and Ave halved holes
followed before Bermlnaham could van
quish his opponent. The playing of twen-ty-four
holes to decide the match between
these two yesterday exceeds their meet
lne two yesrs ao when they fought each
other for twenty-two holes before Hart
was eliminated. In the other semi-final
match C. W. Helyea. won from .1. 8. Mar
vin bv 6 up and to play. In the best
ball foursomes L. C. Ooettlng and Oeorge
E. Wldmer were the winners with 787,
riu llllclicock sisters, Mlsrs Cclcs-
tlnc anil Helen
.MlleW. llrUlnir. pnnil . ll-d lt.pl,it
l-oril Killshiir, h. k Ml i.iipw, drliliiB.
ililnl. I'aue U'hllii.')'- llustiT llrown, ch
B., Mis Whitney, iltiunif. fmirth.
Clnt llliiriii. li.ir.M ok.,, ti l,d.i.
Inilles In drive Mortimer I.. SihllT's llHrnn
llriiwn, lir g. MIkh Whitney, drlvlns. firm
.Mortimer I Hi hill's Cnvtie, tir m. ,Ir
.Mortimer I,. Kclilrf. irtvlnsr. i-con.l. sn.l
I'orlnthlsn prlxe, Ml All linlin's Prlile of
Jre. I., in, Ml IioUn, ilrlvlns. Ililnl.
ili-ors' V llscnn's Klorlnn Seconil. ch in,
Mrs. tli'oriie W II nun. ilrlvlns, third
1 3 -.sililti hore.s nvr 15 ninl not
exci'eillnK IS.: hnmle Cup nnvr-.l t.y John
11 Dennis Miss II I). Atlei-tuiry's Patrlrls,
;h. m . .ll. Atterbury, rl.lttiK, ilrni. .Mrs.
J A. Mcflnw's ConniUnte. t.. m .Mrs .1. A
MrHlnr. rlilins, sereml. J. Parker Klrlln's
yueenllsht. rh. in, Miss WUiI.eth Klrlln.
ri.llnn, third. ML. Vera A II. Crttsih's
i.lorllitrd. ih ni . Ml Crth. rldlns,
Cls 27 1'lplnsr Itm's Muh.rrlptlnn ponies;
to In' Judliiil us hacks Cup ulterril hy
Mm" llyrnr- -Ml Vera A. II. Crsvsth's
Kratello, b, it, M,. or vat h. rldlnK. tlr.t,
K Atnl.ro... Cl.trk'- r.iiiKh n ll.ill.ish, r)i.
Mr CUrk, rldlnir, mi unit. I'reilerlr I"
MiMirc's VlKllant. ii k. John O'D.iy, rldlne.
third. Ml" fon.tiint K r.ihys's Tar Il.ihy
blk. c. Mien Kshs. rldlnK. fourth.
Ulass (S -Uffkers" CL.irKi'rs Tu l. ridden
hy army officer or niemLi r. of th. v.iinn.i
(luar.l In uniform 'up orferrd hy ileorKe
K. Kahy s. w. Wlnfree's drant. h. b.
Ilrt, Alden S Hlo.ldtfj Ju.lue. Ii k .
-econd, Charles MeDmicall's CovlnBlon, ti.
in., third, William Jl. Uhanlrr's Albuqiieriiur.
b b., fourth
Clas. 22 -Pontes over 13 hand, mt.l n,
over 14.: hands .Mis. Dorothy VWlib'a Neel
Hrlar. b. m . Mis. Webb. rldlnB, llrst;
Llslnnre Karm's Defender, ch ., sscuml:
I'ayiio Whimsy' Carlton Quality, ch in,
third, Mis Cofisunre 1: rahys'a Tar Hiby,
blk b. fourth.
Class 16 tilille hnr.es Open rla.s Miss
It I). Atterhury's Klldare. hr b.. Ml. Atter
hury rldinB. tlret. J Parker Klrlln's lterf
1'rlnce. ch b.. Mr Klrlln ri.iimr K...t
Mrs. Margaret Ilarrtt' Itedllsht. ch m ,
Mr.. Ilarrelt rldlnB. third. .Mortimer 1.
fehllTs Kalrhlll Willy, ch. c. fourth, and
cuss : nearyweiBht rmnters. open class,
Breen or qualineil henv w eluhi hunters un
in carrylna 200 pounds M.s I.Ida !: Flelt
man's (lypsle Queen. h. m . Ml.. KU Itman,
flrst, llalph nills's Nora, br tn., second J
K. Aldred's l.ady Jane. htk. m. ihlr.i mi..
Cornelia Hryce's Imp. Irish t..ice, r. m ,
Clan J Oreen or qualified nilddlewelBht
hunters up to rnrrylng 10 pounds V Am-bro-i-
Clark's Arm KlnK ih. ir . Hrsi Me
Thonris Hlichcock' Cavalier, rh b. sec
ond, Mis. Cornelia B llrjce'a I'hlllll.t. br
third. Do.orls Park .stables' Zephyr, ch
Mora than a hundred members of the
Fox Hills Oolf Club took to the links for
the qualifying round of the president's
cup competition. Thirty-two qualified for
match play as follows:
L. S. Conklln. Harold Slater. W. P.
Haskell. W. E. Truesdale, K. V. Heat
Ing. H. 8, Talne, Mllward Train, H. T.
Aber. If. B. Mcaellan. P. H. Foster, a. V.
8ulllvan. Frank V. Rellly, Lloyd Tefft.
William 8. leds. If. Cottens-Hardy, O. F.
Hammer, E. M. Tossy, J. E. Batterson,
W. W. Van Ian. 8. B. Barrett, J. M.
Fleming. C. T. Kcott; P. T. Crandln, C.
H. Hadlock, B. B. Bottome. W. S. Prior.
E. M. Alexander, Oeorge E. Fawcett, W.
P. Wheeler, J. E. O'Donohue, H. II. Lloyd
and M. L. Feary.
Tl.a IIBMnl XArl M'.r.l ....... 1 : .
. no uuni .ru ...,. viiieiiuo RJJIL, I
attraction at the Dunwoodle iinlr v ci... I
yesterday. Robert Collier with a c.ril
-11. 72 topped te list In ,, ;l
In the second set A. ft. Uncle ;,
aullt. m. SA 1. - - . ... " I
the winner with l 20, (11 and Chrl
Mureaiv won elaasi r? wlfh 01 . -h "
George T. Hrokaw defeated VC. w I
Kendall In the thirty-six hole final ro,..il
for the championship of the Deal n.vil
rvli.t. K.. ft .. . . ""I I
mill V.UIIIIII J i.iuii i w uji uiiu , m h.
yesterday. Hrokaw was 2 up t th;
end of the morning round and Kndii
squared the match by winning the flrri
two holes In the afternoon, but there m
no holding the other and he gradual;
drew away. There was a swrtpiut:..
In both morning and afternoon. J. K. K.lii
and J. A. Keenan tying In the 1nf,
competition witn respective tardi nf I
ai lit tv anil no in, tv. c, W, Hi. I
lard led the early competition with i
enra vi mi to, u.
-..... n i nut ..inn n-.- iinrii iiiiu . iiiiiiT iinnir
ittlst 1 rlsliiR ut A Jump with Ml foniella Hr.xc
In the lower picture I'hll.
INDIANS IN SCORELESS GAME.
Wnshllitftoii riinl JrrTrrson IMnycrs
Ilrnrp nt Critical .Momenta.
vv ariiiS'oton, Pa., Oct. 6. The Car
TRINITY SCORES THREE WAYS.
Tuiichtliiii ns, (imilsj nn it Field (ion I
OmtwIicIiii Worcester Tech.
Il.M'.Ti'onti. Conn., Oct. t. in
llsln Indian football team was played to I sldi d K.ime in whi.l'i the vlaltlng team dh'
.1 standstill on Collcse Field here thl nut carrv the ball oi vonil their onimnenf,
j plunge for a touchdown that the pig
I skin wns Jolted from his arm and Wash
I lrefntl and .lini,ronn r-nvAr.. If
. u. ...-- iiu.iuuru imniweiKni . The llneun"
hunters un In r.irrvlnir 1C. i. ,,.!. mi.. ""'"P.
Tltlne Uncle-oik's Coronet, ch b. lirst. w.-."ru,J'
SlM.tVVfer IVirin l,w,nl.lr,....n, l.r ... 1 HO
second. .'s.r V.nllen and number's Mr' 1 !i,'''v,'"n,
Melead. I.r k. third. V. Ambrose Clark'a , ;!"iL hLrri,
Sam int. ih b. fourth I ' rultisnank.
Class 33 ror the b.st three hunters from
iv one owner Mrs Thntmi lliiriif., vir"wro.
mi. ci..,in iii.i i, 1 Alexander .
,r r Me. Th.,.. Illi.k? .'""""W
Cfiri-V tho liult In Infill thnle ni,..,,n,,i'u
" " " .iiiiiiuii .ii hi ji-iH-rson, ine j;i yani line, rrinil ilcteiited Worcester
game vndliig nothing tn nothlnE after nne i Tech by a score of :i to on Trinity
of the Kicntest gridiron exhibitions ever 'Field thl afternoon.
seen here. Once n the first period the I The home team scored four touchdnw n.
l!(dklns were so near the Hed and lllack Kinney kicked all four goad and rage
goal line that when they lost the ball s-cored a pictty drop kick fiom the 3n
on downs It rested within three feet of . yard line, l.ewlor, Trinity's right half
I1'' Hk1' 'hack, elided the end time time. for gains
In the final period the Indians again , of over twenty-live yards. Worcester's
hnd tho ball nn the Washington and .Iff- line outweighed Trinity's live pounds In
ferson one yard line, but n Hedskln hack a man. et tln weie miilite to check
wns tncKiea so hnnl when he made a , Hudson s steady line plunging.
South O rein are Wins Title.
Knui.icwood, Oct. 5. The South Orange
Field riuh to-day defeated the Engle
wood F. c. In the second game of the
special scries of three games to decide the
am iteur league championship by a score
of fi to 3, These teams tied In the league
series, and In the first game last
Saturday In the playoff they tied again,
4 to t. The visitors pounded Melten for
thirteen hits, while Wilkinson kept the
l-.nglew nods hltlcss after the first Inning.
Shun. for the winners, made two two
baggers and scored each time. Engle
wood's shortstop. .McDonald. Is only 18
years old, but he played like a veteran.
The matches In the second round for
the Baltusrot cup were played at the Bal
tusrol Golf Club yesterday, together with
the first match round In the club cham
pionship. Wallace N. Hlnclalr and F. W.
!. Fullerton tied In the sweepttakea with
respective cards of 83 6, 78 and 86 8,
For the Baltusrol cup, second round :
Robert I. Barr beat F. N. Cowperthwalte,
4 up and 3 to play; N. H. Brown beat
'J. R. Shantron. 4 up and 3 to play: Wal
lace N, Hlnclalr beat J. W. Howell, 3 up
and 2 to play.
For the club championship : J. A.
Tyng beat L. W. Collins. 1 up (19 holes) :
B. J. Kulllvan beat M. R. Marstnn, 1
up (19 holes) ; R. I. Barr beat C. F.
Watson. 4 up and 3 to play ; W. C. Hhoup
beat Oscar Woodward, I up: Wallace if,
Sinclair beat ti. II. Conklln. 2 up , How
ard Hasbrouck beat T. T. Reld, 2 up.
Dyker Meadow golfers devoted the .
ternoon yesterday to the qualifying rounl I
ror a cup preaemea oy iouis ii. Lou. I
Thomas H. Burchell led the field witk I
a euro or so ii, a. in ine sweeptttktl
B. B. Pea body showed the way In dm I
A with 829, 73, while Burchell mil
once more winner in tn second din
With 24, 72.
Returning a card of 86 9, 77, Wirrtjl
H. Adams, led the field In the rightful
note meaai piay nanaicap over trie am.
wamis nnas ycsieraay.
A record number of golfers were ill
the Ardsley Club yesterday afternoon. At I
one time 128 were waiting at the first I
tee. Mixed foursomes were the emit of I
the artemoon and the cup was won M
Miss Florence Helm and (1. O. Boardmin, I
103 7, vs.
J, R. Boyce and W. C. Freeman were
the finalists for the president's cup as the
result or the seml-nnal round at the Kn
glewood Country Club yesterday. Bryce
beat Dr. Oeorge A. Tuttle by I up and
2 to play, while Freeman defeated Wal
ter W. White by a similar margin. In
the semi-final for the veterans' cup Free
man eliminated John C. Lee, by 8 up and
to play whllo Dr. Tuttle and Frank
M. Chapman did not play their match.
A small army of players Invaded the
links of the Montclalr Oolf Club yester
day to take part in the qualifying round
for the club championship and the Octo
ber tournament. A. R. Allen, W. II.
Bremner and J. I. Simmons, each with a
score of 80, topped the list. There was a
five cornered tie for the last two places,
which will be decided later. The six
teen who qualify will continue nt match
play for the title, while the remainder
of the field will proceed at handicap
Jennlnaa Beaten br Kaainier, Wit I
Meets I.eeda for Chatnploasfclp.
P. H. Jennings of Richmond county,
the tltlehnlder, was eliminated from thi
running In the semi-final round of tht
Htaten Island championship over the Fot
Hills links yesterday, when A. F. Ram
mer of the home club won from him bj
Z up. The second and seml-nnal roundi
were on the card and the finalists tn
Kammer and W. H. Leeds of Fox Hills,
who furnished the surprise of the day.
Leeds's flrst opponent was J. Hard!
Slater, another of the home contingent
Slater had a par three on the twelfth
hole, but Leeds drove the green, trior,
than 200 yards nway, and ran down th
putt for H two. B. 8. Bottome, who hid
previously beaten B. T. Allen, another
former tltleholder, then opposed Leeds
Three down and I to play, Leeds by
means of par golf took three holes Is
succession and squared the match r.d
won his match nt the extra hole.
The summary :
Championship Slsteen Second round A
P. Kammer. Vox. Hills, best J. W, Plltr,
rtlchmond Co., 3 up and 2 to play: I'. H
Jennlnr. Illchmond Co., beat Chsrlri T
Htout, Illchmond Co.. 4 up and te plir:
W, 8. Leeds, Fox Hills, beat J, H. Slitir.
Fox Mills. ud and S to Blsr: II. 8. H.
tome. Fox Hills, beat B. T. Alba, Fox HUH,
1 up (It holts).
Semi-final Hound Championship riltlnfos
Kammer beat Jennings, t up; Leeds belt
Bottome. I up (II Doles).
lame Moore .
any one owner'
coronet, ch b
riding. Calvlnlst. br
cock riding, Cavalier, en
mi. iituin, ruilllK. lirsi. -Ill l ornrlll v..imc
llrvi-' !lr.,.t i,lllM u. r...... VOUng,
1'osttlnn. Carlisle Indian..
Ifl end iJirite
t-ef I tsekle ... I lm
Left ii. ant II. n Cole
Centre llercli' 'str
lllht gusnl liiiwh ' "PI "llctt
. Illrht tackle Ilodxr Ulor
. UltMend Williams "Hudson.
Quarterback Welch , .Score- -Trinity.
I.Cft tlAlfhark Ttmrn ' ilnun. llnrl.nn
Li ft end I). Howard
l-cti tackle .. .. Zlcdwcll
I-rft cuarit Wlrili rmsti
HUM siiard . . - TlMikrr
lllnlii tai kle . J. Howard
Hlllil end Crane
l-cfl hnlfback llarnr
lllcht halfback Cane
h'ullhack . .Powers
.11; Worcester. 0. Tourh-
Won in- .Kr"n '"r We.berher. .Smith for McKean, Wes
win rl InB ' VcS!lrr '".r. Smith. Pierre for Cornwell. c'arlMe
" Indian-.None. Referee- tjin n I'.n i'ni.
Jjy Cooga , Jr S!1?' ,"' I'ennsjlvanls. t'mnlre -A. M. Mnk-ford.
t tls cetesiin.; , 7rlnl,,'.,lr'1l'''te' ..Urli's neman- i:vtnir Haf
iMIs.lMen l Pnlverslty. Tlmo of periods-
iiii.-H-Bi uiiiHiue oi me cnninplonstilp was
that In . vihlt'h horse wero In pairs, ona
ridden by a man and ono by a woman. Miss
Atterbury this time w us tnoimted on Klldant.
while her brothor. Lawrence Atterbury
lode Putrlcla. Thero was no denying the
excellence of thl combination and they
i. inoim .lu.iiy miiiunr iciories av otnor
und Iioorl Park Stnldes' eiihr. Straw
t.erry and Annbee, third W It iir.ue's
inKernre, Ainnnaie and April root, fourth
i inn. 33A npeclsl Hunt tejin
Ojsnle fuein, .Miss l.ldii I. Kleltmnn
.Mr jorrucka, Mr Henry I'.itten Itu.ei'll
riuinK. i.eoninviier .Mr.
riding. Herond, Coronet
iiitcniora riuiiiK. cavalier.
cock riding. Calvlnlst. .Mr Thomas Hitch-
Class 32 Ladles' hunter, up tn carrying
165 pounds to hounds- .Miss Ci-lestlne Hitch
cork's coronet, ch b. tlrt . .Mrs Thumis
Hitchcock's CavHller, ch g. seiend, Mrs
Thomas Klichi in k' Calvlnlst, br third,1
K Anilirnse Clark's Arm KlnB. ch x , fourth i
Class 41 Pairs of hunters, one to he rid- j
ilen by l.idy and one by Kentleinan Won by
..irs. t iionias iiiiiucocK S c avalier ami cal
Millet eeiond. .Mr Thomas Hitchcock's
Coronit dinl Jou.ic KlnB, third, K Ambrose
Clark's Arm Kins and Sam Ott; fourth.
Mis I. Ida L, Kleltmun's ilpsle gueen and
Juy CooBan, Jr.'s, LeomlnHler
Class 34 Meadow Iirook challenBe cup for
best hunter over 15.: hands and up to car
rylnB UO pounds or nier to hound Mrs
Thoiniis llllrlicoi k' Coronet, ch k. Ilrst.
.Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock's Calvlnlst, br s.
Clas 40 JumplnB contest, for the best
neriorinancfl over tour consecutive Jumps hi
I. fecit Paul Ij. Cravtith's Hero, ch, B.. tlrst.
iiii'ji . wiljiiKlll, n k, seronn l.n ,,i.A
J II Aldred's Lady .lane. blk. m. third bull tothe
Hweetwater Kami's Monnblossom, br in . i
Class IP Pair nf anddle horses, cine
den by a lady, the other by n Bentlenian
won uy iviMiare, ridden ny .Miss n ii
final from toiirh
Arcnsa downs Kinney, 4. (iiml from I'rld Sate, hub-
i-oweii Miiuir Trinity-mun for ( me. i)unfcrd for
Score Carlisle Indians, n. Washington and Jnhn Moore, bmlt.li for I ollcti, Dunsford for
.lefrrson. n. .Substitutes-Washington anil ,Ief
ferson .Moody for Cook, Cook for Moody, lie
Junes Misire Worcester Steele fcr Harni-s,
miiuir inr nireie. iicnree- crowiry, nmrdoin
t'mplre Merr, llarlmoulli. Llimmati John,
FORWARD PASS HELPS ARMY.
AMHERST DOWNS COLGATE.
All of 27 Points MmiIp Wtrr Hurls
Ilrlnu I'lny Into Elevens Donuiln.
i Vr.T Point Oct .". In the first trntiia
i ornell Outplayed oi tun season the lailet dereited Steven
1 Institute on the Bndlron here tn-da v, i'7 to o.
-leore, in tn o, Tho Arrnv team was not pushed hard bv
AviiKiiar Mna iiei ' ai,.. ,,i tivn nnrl after the nrt per od scored
i..,.... It point llnbli. Iievore. Purnell
..... ,..,......,,.,. ,..,.- iM-,n-iiuu,ueu-aniiK ,nnit Wynne pinyen Drilllant footD.ill lor
t ol irate, tho visitor. 1.1 to 0 West Point
Amherst COtnnletelv ntltnliivnit fnlen tu All tho Armv'a aonelnir ivna n r-imnrdluliAd
In the Ilrst half and soon had the ball near , after the forward pas had bronchi the hill
Colgate)' goal, hut was held for downs, well Into Steven terrltnri The soldier
on in ii i.- v-nni linn, t tno isMTinninif or . worked trie lorwnril pas rrerntentlv and
iiii f-c-uiiu iiuarier i oiBaie roc it nei ; siiccessi uny i no weatner vva etremelv
chance to score when McCuj's kick was
oioi Keu in an ecriHinBeoi )iintnncl Authors!
lost tho ball on It 10 yard linn. Cnntmllv,
iiunvvi, c-iiiiBiu oor oi i oiBiite h inrwunl Army
Passe beJiind the iro.il line and Amherst r;iiiep(e
an-nrii uni iiuiii ine .11 varil HUH, iievore
in ine lasi utinrter Ainnerst carried the , .tones . .
11 tothe I varil linn nn a unrli.s nf lltm hnf.Ltd Purnell
and delayed npsse and almost lost It thero Merrick
on a fiimme. but .lc(iav meovnrert it Con. 1 Mrabec
rid-1 nully then pushed the ball over for a touch- lV'";
in -! down, but Chamberlain missed the koh! i, ,
... ...... ..... . .., ,,i- n v r.v -, 1-11 nililvill
warm and the Armv rushed In a number of
suiistiiutes in tne last hall or tho Kainn
I lie lineup
ertiury, and l'atrlcl.i, ridden by .Mr Alter-1 touchdown when .Mctlav' kick from his
v rco.n.'1'.. .ueenllBh , rlililsn by Mls v,i yard linn wa mls.ed l,v fnl.st. . 1,1
Kllnab.lh Klrlln, and lied Prime, ridden by I klinhall carried It over tlie innl llim
J. Parker Klrlln. third, Sam Oil. ridden b ' 1 1,0 itrlmii.
.Mrs. Clark, and Arm King, ridden bv 1? ! ' ho lineup .
Ambrose Clark, fourth, Adoration, ridden by . ,..A'"aersl. I'oMllon. Ci
tack (J'I)nv. and .Mallle
inomas j, itegan.
iim ' " nuien..
, i.aft lanklo .
I i ll end
I eft tackle
I -St- f t iriiaril
lllcht lacklc ,
lllclit end .
ll'ihhs . Hlitht hnlfback
Si'ore Armv. 27: Stevens. 0,
Irkln for Iievore. I'nglrhanlt for Derrick. How
ley for l.irahee, M.nkoe for lloscvear, U'ynne for
Mllburn, llodeson for Ilcncdlcl. Touchdowns
llobbs, llndcvon. ynnc. 2 final from louch-
shows with J. Parker Klrlln's gueenllght
1 (l.don by. Miss Kllxaheth Klrlln. and Ited
Prmce, ridden by tho owner, second, .Mahll
1 dden by her owner. Mm. Thomas J. llegau
showed beautifully, lint Adoration, on wlili li
lack (i'I)ay had tho mount, wns not nulte.
up to 1 lie mark or the llegan favorite, so iiulph. second.
iiioj iri.i -iirii "Ol) lilt. WllllH riDIJOII. it
iiiii.-nin won aiauii 11 l(l not gel tno gato
on rrlday for any Muspected unsoundness,
but left tho rlnif because ahe had been
enterei by inistakei In n clns for novices
lor which her many victories renderad hor
The onlv lumnlncr rnnis.t iti.i ,im .ni r.n
to Mr Hitchcock' shunt wa the cla for
in, hi. i.-uiun iii which inn Borgeou mint
eotumes of Henry Patten lliissell and .lay
j.ooKan, Jr.. together with the neat riding
habit of Mis rleltman were such that the
Judge apparently were dapled and gave
'n "ril to thorn over the three sent In by
Mr Hitchcock, ono of which ho rode blm
Hell, while Uin other wero entrusted to hi
c'liiBlly capable daughters. Mis Helen and
Miss (.elestlne. I lie team were so evenly
matched that the Judge asked for a econd
trial over tho Jump. The Hitchcock trio
performed bettor on the second trip, but
lost die blue Just the Knme,
The Misses Hitchcock were verv busy
In the class foillniiiters that kallod for women
rldors ...Ml. Helen. In addition to riding for
hor lather's stable, Piloted the horse of
) . AtnbrqseiClnrU. Altogether she made, the
round 01 um course wllh four hunter
Class 20 Plnlnx Itnrk rhalln r,,., m, Shuniway , .. . Ift Kuard .
the best saddle horse. 10.1 hands or over ' hamberlaln . .Center
Miss 11 D. Allerburi's PatrleU. rh. m.. nrsi
Mrs. .1 A .McSloy's Confidante, b. in,, re
class 47 Ladles' flallowuy ruce, qunrler
mile--Klslnore farm's Ilatlan, th. K , ridden
Pi' .Miss 12110 Ladew, first: Alan Plnkerion'
ilypale, b. m., rldilen by Miss Kmlly Han-
Cock llobln, b. .. ridden by owner, third
Also ran, Columbine (Miss lines Dolsnl,
Huzant (Miss Allx Ilolanl, .Mickey Klim
(Miss I.Ida fleltman)
Class 46 Military rare, half mile Hat
tery K, first Itriilineni's Coroniuln, 1 h b.,
ridden by Private Hlrkey, first, Charles A.
Doschar's farmer, blk, b., ridden by owner,
second: Lieut. Fred Alpers's Kinderhook,
b. jr., ridden by owner, third
Class 4s Ladles' pony nice, ipiarler of a
mils, ponies select! d by lot- .Miss All
Dnlan'a pony, first. Miss Trances 11. (Ind.
win's, second, Miss Marlon Rollins', third.
Mis. Kmlly Itandolph's, fourth. '
hih tnoimti iprced o accept second placo
to (oroiiet. ildden by her Mister, took the
three othor ribbon. 1 hern wn n real test
for the Jumper when thev tackled thn
lonteHt for the Orace cup where they had
to clear five fool obstacle Mr M.'leady
had one of hi cranky days and finished out
of the) ribbon Paul . Crawith' Hero
.'o'oVT.ie' b'l'ire'0 i'"-"r W,U,0, '""
I he aw aid
lllght guard .
Abefl I downs- Devore.2: Prlchard. 1 lleferee Okeeson.
Ilrooks . Trinity t'mnlre--('rolls. Dartmouth Linesman
Peterson Lieut Wcstcrvcr. .Time of periods lu nail IS
Will Allow Pnplce tn llm.
.Viccdf (Viofe lc;iifcA to Tun St v.
Paiiih, Oct. 0. M, Kuuwnu, plcsldcnt
Score Amherst. 1.1: Coliraie. n TniiMnu..- nf the French Fcdcrnt on of Boxing Club.
Connolly and Kimball, (ioals from touchdown 1 told the correspondent of TllK Si'.v In con
J25KVkonW WJ the H,WponMon of Hilly PapUr
CnlMir-llnhlnunn for iruntlntrinn. tnr M-at the ffdenitton wns anxious to n-urh
rarrlck, Jn for .SuIIIvnn Uniplr" Inirftlln. 1 innicrHtandlnK with tho Amurloan and
llrown. urtvrce- Ilurlflt?h. r.xtrr. (.lnrnisti
BILLIARDS FOR ARI0N CUP.
.Vnnklvel Rents CofTey,
Hackrnhaok, Oct. B. Ilefore a large
crowd (Juy .N'anklvel defeated Arthur Oof.
fey to-day In a three set tennis match
that kept the spectators enthused until
the final point vva scmed, The match
was to determine th chimin, m i. i
Player of the (Jiltanl Field oiub. ami in... - I" bulk lino
Plnyed nn tho club' courts. When the I . Hoganllng the .V A A II. P.' attitude
smoke of the battle had denied nwav i """rl1 l'''lor cniiipelliig in the Arlnn
Nnnklvel had won by tho scoiei of & t! t""," "'"'.l having dlaqiial fled
i.'.-'.iiiV.V.'i.""".'.". '"."' ""l
Poitneiibnra: and Oiirdner Will Piny
for It un October 24,
Competition for the Arlon Hocletv
nilllnrd Club' Interstate challongo cup, a
trophy which wns flrst offered last spring,
will be resinned on October 34, when J. P.
PoKgenbiirg, tho International amateur
champion, and Kdwnrd (lordner, former
national amatour champion, will meet a
Mine mil Icrr Defeat lie Uro,
n'-"'h".J 1r',''.'nl'" '"harness, not eierflii,K
Trot h,hnl."'li?rV.' ' Irvlnsinn Tom
- ... vvtvimtr,
John Hhocmakor, an amateur, defeated
Alfred lie Orn. the iirof.ssinni.i ..nni
chntnplon, In their mulch game at Doyle's
mum oy mo score or 300 to i'U7. The
r"'''"i waa playing 375 to th,. amateiii'
....... in i,,i nnai DiocK last night Shoe.
mnker onlpolnicd lie Oio inn u, n;, tnil,.
Ing n high run of fid. the i,it,... ....
ch, g., miii Kiis.. , made during the game.
WOII t Stlllllllt. to rtlotllllon i-Tl.lu lu '..!.. i.
nlTalr." says Mr lleusche. "and wo don't
see any reason why we should nk for a
nanetlon from the national association. -
Maurice ; Daly I opposed lo the freea
ru in illllard and In hi coming tnelro
pollttn hanillcup tourney purpose leaving
I to the player a to whetlinr a free.,
shall ho recogiied. that I. inste-itl of the
nlaynr hnvmr lo hool :nway from thefrnzen
ball orspo the globes he, shall have the prR '
llego of playing off tho froen object ball
or hao tho refereo separate the two sphere
with a ehest of paper. . '
Knullsh spurting uuthorltle for commoii
lecounltlnn nf ench other's penalties, but
the federation think It will be Impossible
to prevent Pnpke from meeting Onrpeii
tier on October 23 owing to the expendi
ture which ha nlieady been Incut led ninl
the shnitnes of the notlco of suspension
given by the New York ofilcials.
Mnlnc (lutplliys Tllft Huskies,
Oiiono, Me., Oct. 5, The 1'iilvcrslty of
Maine eleven defeated the strong Tufts
College team, It to 0, here this afternoon,
the latter being somewhat weakened by
tho absence of seveial men due to In
juries sustained In thn game with Am
herst a week ago, Maine displayed a
strong iittault, (.'apt. Khepaid driving
through the visitors' line for good gains
and scoring one of tho touchdowns.
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