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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7,, 1913.
Polo 's Big Four Rearranged With Good
MILBURN MAY PLAY T
IN ATTACKING LINE I
,il Rneli MovpiI TTp 1o No. 2
in Polo Prnctiro mid
TRIO OF HOALS
Aliall Kerne Stars on Defence
oine of Best Ponies
(icl in Action.
i Eninent of th hlc four Is u
. . lortiient of tlie jiluy yfstcp
ie1.rtirt of tlii American rnn
; : . fire tiv the illtern.itlonnl
. ',.-ld m Meadow Brook next
mi hnvo bciMi only a tntn-r-
t'tent. Imt tlio fact leni.tlii
n Mllburn, ruled hs the best
A ni rim. wiis placed Ht No '.' In
ef the KHine). on tho Hockawny
j ' i..t Held, with th reult tint
v hi" h he as tilaylnt: made
t k , - T tin reel, of which Mllburn
-t . c
'lied to time exhibited Int.
i e - I s b.iclt poltlon on Sundii).
vcr.d if th- KStnr pl.iyed
a . rovlim continually from
. tiat he nal credited with all
, ) bv hi Mde. It was known
" hltney was considering the
if inovlnu hlin lonwud be
r, -t.irtfd jct'rdiy. bit the orlk'-
. f the White le.int had Mil-
f.l l ic tlon uf buck, with
ls'd I .1 M Wuterbury. No. 2.
j ll,i- i l.nr.c Whitney. No. 3.
i .r t th star UKi;recallon whs
- ur- Vi I, It. l.a Montacii'',
t P W.i'l Keen., No. .!. and H.tiold
' ; t ir ' IS I. Aku.U iilteinutltig in
j n r. re was no (tieotlon of the
.f the White tragi, and th'i
. . af.. t the Clues was ? to lifter
1 1 1 I ,r tninuta periods had been playd
T- "il encounter only went four
r J the ehanue.l lineup Including It.
f3.f.i No 1 on th: White . D. Mil-
J Il.itry lane Whitney, No.
Lj' v Waterhur t.iklns Mllburn' s
t i. K !"or the nines' I- II Stod-
, 1 N I .1 M Waterhiiry, No, :
' i ' Kne. No H. and Harold l'hlpp.
it. I) the early part of thl Kame tin
i,id 't .ill ih.'ir own way, hut In
t -d period the Blues managed to
r mo poalf, th j"ore ngalntt them
c i t
n. eii' ideal for polo, the
id been fi ehl mowed and wan
1 f.tst. tli- p..'iti" Inrludid t-ome
' e 'a.k .r minis hm"1 In prevloiiB cup
- .i"d the men who made up the
, t vt the teams comp-m.d well In
f fit with the big four which
.-'. J l ' cup two xo.irt. ago. l'oxh.Ul
r. igii not rcn.irkable for any
.. . ,.v.-..l rlf.n,.o ,,nrt
iv.ll Ttire was no sltua-
1 u '"' 'Vr
' . , . :.. .... ...,,.i .u,.
.trok's under the body nf
, ri Pni?
. ,.s aiaid, who Is considered the
" s . s ' i'e. I ad his own pon'e.-, and
.. , wire well mounted in
. where It came to a
. n of -p-d Moddary had no dlfll-
c'dlng the others. Hoth th?
, - w.-re at the ti p ..f 'he'.r form
n u.ejuntfd for nuw cajs. Minte In I
.. inf, , wizard In g-abbmg
i , r,t er'mmtge, snrr-;,m" at
il "on enl when possession nf the
'j7 long enough to make a hit
. ,v'.rtv ponies were U5ed and there
i i poor one In th' lot. Whltnev
: . f'onover, Sizzle, rtumey l'err,
' - nine and Siren, l.arri Water-
-ted with Judith and switched to
? '.ver Bell, Hanee, lmdon, Hsnny
i i- -work I'oxhall Ketr.e u-cl In
per'ods O-ayllng. Patchwork,
Bruhm. ' tietnut. i.auy urey
- . ' .1 M Wpttrbury was mounted
. 1 Leaf at the iommncenient of
f s and afterward rode Llzzctte,
-iy-.S and Hreyleaf, winding up with
..1 Leaf aga.r The mot useful animals
si r e- M'.t urn wer Tenny ana .inoe.
P-.'-i.d Phlpps. K L Agassiz ana
bad thlr own ponie. . .
Mr LEAN TO SELL HIS STABLE.
Will llrplirr Present llorisi With
Lntllih Hontrra and dampers.
" .sit v,,t".n. Mai ii ndwar.i U Mc-
.'ends t . dispose of his bis stable,
: r is, vj.!'iet st over ijuu.u"" -ir
i'Ltan said to-day he intended to replace
r,. ia ve s0,d with the rlneM thorougn-
-'d Er.S.ish hunters and hlSh junipers i.aihannk, Switzerland. Mny f. -The
xrei t-at money could bring together, international Olympic Commlttoe. Inrlud
He f-.j.ired he was moved to thist for the lnR thp American members, have settled
4 nor. ' id' narness norscs arc uui in
jUr favor with horsemen now
'ar- ao. the Cnglwh hnntera
t popular fid I
- v '. make a trip next week to linr
n ',e- ie will purchase his new
's sa:d h:s stock will bo offered
- pu'.'.c . the ntnpire horse sale in,
' . joun This, however. Is not '
i When tt became known positively
M.-Lean intended to tell out his
a tnere was mild excitement
-c show to-day Thn proposed I
n ie go.-slp ail around the grounds
L-au horses have won more thin
- .Otis and many sliver and gold
1 -ser plate at the best shows) 1
,'- i vies shown to-day weiC
v irners in the big clauses Tho (j
winners were: I.nnl .ellg,
-. nvy harnei's . hunter class, touinnment of the season ove; the Dyker
'"n-, with Pin Run second I Meadow links vesterdav About fifty
e-tci Sel'.g second . mod. 1 har- WPrn orl i,Hn,j, playing loursonjes in the
t.-.own in hand. Sellg second : morning Htid twosomes after lunheor
-e suit ar.d road liuroes, Sellg first, Jn tnft evening n mxjorltv went to the
. ' i -,-es, r itrs. Sellg first. Mlfct Marine and l'ield Club for dinner, where
' New Voik on Watchful won N m. 0.irliuid presided. Plrst mid second
- ..ers and drivers trophy cup. prz, Pro awmded In hII divisions, tho
a 4 rrs i.Att.. V. . v V Mt(4rli" -
.i tn iuvmui'ic, .s. . ., t
Webb .f New York, up on
e von a tlrst
HTilrrAST MAY BOX DUNDEE.
Promoter III Wtllln grneas, tint
ksi "What Are the Trrmnf"
, ' Mav 6 Ad Wolgunt. for
. v slit champion, to-day wired
"' . rr stating that he Is willing
' 'tv Dundee of New York In
' l JUi.d battle at the Vernon
. 'Irst of next month. The last
'r 'ti hi' wire were what pre
e t-- d ,' from blng closed to-day.
-rt "v t,t are the terms,?"
. u'e expects to dose the deal to.
'U'dee already llUS MFMired
r,i' nn far as he in concerned
Is on Th.. New. York feather
- ti unxious f" battle hero again
. 'ri than willing to to out of tils
If ria!.ien te lj; ponq- class
-ra-l: depleteq- Hint there Is little,
'rl tilers LeaKue Opens Senunn,
" "f th Neve York Union
rn r)aball League wait opened at
' f.t Pa-rt jeiterday with a defeat for
itr can nine by ths Herald. The
j a.id tn fiun win play to. day
R It E
r I M ( ! 1 1 1 7 T
. 0 X 1 1 il l 0 (i o8 10 3
' ' ''Hrlen uni I. olden .Maxull
PRINCETON ALL READY FOR YEAR'S
lr. ."imclU. the Tler conch, hoii.
Iiik lnlriicllniin tn hU nrlly eren,
"iiicn i pictured h.loM.
lenic to-.In for t nmlirlilKc
n linn l.nnu chcilnlc I'm
lllllo i:itcml I'rh llci;e.
Match plav will be a feature of the ea
son at th Nassau foiinti y t'lub. no. ..nl
Ing to the fe.'htdula .itmounce.l est(rda
At present th iiimhIiith ale occupied with !
f It 1 11 In VI rrnuu k.. .r- i ltli iMntt. ., ....
nuallf. for the club championship In June I
The plavers retuinirg the slvt-n best
pcores will become elUible for match pl.iv
TllC'i Will !1.A n-rt. ,.1...
rimmu .pii.M,, s Ill nbi.
testing circuit being scheduled for Mniv no J
to June P. the sixteen bst net scores mnd
In that lime qualifying for suhserpieut I ... . .... i.vimv nvp rtini'in i
match play il'AI.Sr. K.N I hi IIMi I HOI I5LK
r H Triitt and W ft Peters haiel
donated cups tinder 'hnll.ir conditions
TtlA nrAilHA.if'u III 1. ,ln.,r... r '
. ... - ............ ,,. IltlJT-1. 4.JI ..II
!atllrda. August 30, and on Labor Pav,
conditions requiring seenty-two holes
medal play The competitor returning the
lowest gros scoie tor ttie. rour rounds
wins The same lomlitions are Imnoseil
for tho vice-presidents rup, which will be
competed for in the s-amc roundr. except
that the lowest net scoie for the sfventv.
two holes will win Thanksgiving Hay
marks tho end of tho season.
Announcement was mad esterdav to
tho effect that the Fox Hills r.olf I'luti.
when- the in.tiopolltan dmateur cham
pionship will be bdd Ma ;i p. 2i) tm'u
slve. has extended thn privileges of the
rourse for a week prec, ding to tho." who
expect to compete In the tournament.
Roth men and womin are provided fo.
In a compotltie way tn the schedule of
the I'lalntleld Country Olub from now
"" ' Kli.-ll me spi 1I,K
bandlcap, with ll-e club champions,.p
gemng unner wa 1.11 June :i with an
'Ighteen hole qii.il.fung round
tna'i li play on follnwi-g Hat. in hs
f,''""ro ,s il bome and home team match
with Cranford nn the I'.i'i field link
..i. i.iin.i.1 ..il nit- r.i'i iicm units ,,n
. .... i .inn ... . i ,1 i . . . i i en . t-i.ii,er .
ALL OFFICERS ACTIVE MEN.
eontincrt will t
ae'.e r,i. leg '
i.'.sai r i
I' l -er.i. nag I
oriii'r rt r-r noro f own Hi.- mcp.m i
v;trh Inra, flv rnw''f Pipir ,r
thn rnrliii; nloop Sn'W- ff )r Q i :nh.
Tlu. S'leU'w 15 fiif of tlir ftt.ipst m1ir'
vns and will be r.c f l on tho lower has j
The new vlee.commo.tore n. Albert K I,,,,,;, o. ,,,., ,hf tM, 0f -V1U-Snilth.
a motor boat cr.thusinst. In uddl- jns"
lion to owning b'ree cruisr.u motor boat pranl: I'rapentlen of Petrolt wis or
!'S feet long he has several high spe I iirred rems'Hted upon the letum b him
now is Hiving fUUI Iiy tllO ,
dearie Launch Coniapnv a 4n foot Kl
plane, which Ivill take part in the rues
to select chalk ngers for the llritlsh ln-
ternat'onal troph This .raft It is ex-
pectnl will be verv fast Tleir Comico.
,iore r; c, Mcintosh, wh.. cwns the a is -
iliiirv Laksbml also has Pe. ! rcelcetr.i
The rear .timmodore l-.-i-. a- im ed Mutt
be will give another h.v."lsnic. trr.phv for
a record prize for -he -eas. at i i
, th. committee will announce the coi.rl).
THORPE TROPHIES SETTLED.
- - I
ll tuple I otiiniltlee I
f.lxTB Them lo srennri lien
;,eriat Cub'f 0'potr. to Tne Sis
,,0 much dlcusse,i r,e of the Indiiin.
dim Thorpe, who has beep proved to have
b en u, professional Ht the nine of the last
games at Stockholm. All the prizes won
l.v Thorpe will be accorded to the iii.-u
who finished second and the programme
wiTl be legulated accordingly
The omiulttee adopted tiuanimousiv a
resolution offered by thu British repi...
septittlves to congi atulat'j the American
Association on Its spottsmatillko conduct
In this dlrtlcult affair
ENGINEERS CLUB AT PLAY.
Spring (if il f Klilnrc Oxer
llyUrr Mrndnif Links.
rtlfe.s iiffltfnteit with the I'nclneers
Cub uf NVw Voik took nait In their tlrst
fortunate ravers being as follows-
Foursomes--W ') Wood and '. II IVniili..
1. S7--ln.'i A S lilt and M. 11 1'oMer,
int.. 2i pi
HMirilCHp f'U.i. A -I K Lain, SJ. 10--72,
P H Hummers, t'l. 1! 79
Class II - Opt, li. M haw ltll. il; H 70 i
' H (Iciiidspenil. !'6. ;0 76
Clns c II. H llavwood, Jr. PI, St 7J;
w. o Wood. J3, :: 7i.
Colntnlilii ChHtiKed for IVnn fJeiine.
Columblil will send a reoigiinlZ'd base
ball nlnii against Pennsylviinla In tho
first game, of the annual series lo h
played on Franklin Field, Philadelphia,
this afternoon. o.Neaie. former utility
pitcher, will be at first base, Capt. Klendl
in the outfield. Lonimell,
the bench and HaskliiH, a freshman, In
hla pUi- In right Held. Smith will pitch.
Want Jack, Brllton Ilclnilaled.
Plllt.ADci.MltA, May 6. In tin tffort lo
have rescinded tho recent pollen nrilttr
prohlbltlnif him from boxing In this dtv
Jack Urltton, tho Chicago pugilist, calbd
upon Director Forter to-daj, accompanlod
by a party of friend, from New York city.
It ia uald that Intlumtlnl persona In New
York had asked Dlnctor Porter to ie.
tnovo Iho ban on Brltlon.
.MoCarlr Arret to Jloi I'elkry,
Caloakt, Alberta, May 6, Luther Mr..
Carty will meet Arthur Pelkey in a ten
round bout hre Saturday, May 24 Tommy
Buruo received a wire to.day from Mc
carty aceeptlne conditions and agreelnt
to a match with Pelkey,
leii , jmmC . ' 'T .
MANY PLEAS HEARD
BY TROTTING BOARD
nlv Hoinstutes !t,t
It Sees Fit.
Horses of One Name Haee I'wler
Another Money Tangles
The annuil inei t'ns of tne Nation il
Trotting Association was held yesterduv
at the Murray Hill Holt I During the
afternoon and evening eeral Important
complaints were heard h the board of re
views and a number of applications for re
l!lph I! Toinliiuiiii of 1'nlrland, Ind.,
appealed tiom the deerslon of tho Judges
of th" meet at the Trl-State Fair Assocl.i
llon at Memphis. Tenn . In a free for all
pacing ra.e In which Ids hore, (Jay
l'atehen. was entered on September II,
1912 'ia Tntshen was second four times
r.nd then the eiitr was thrown out by the
Judge" The Judgment o." the board was
reserved .is t.. the wrong done Mr Tom-
linson and hi" horse, with the recomnien-
da'ion that the nseodatlon and the startfr
tae such step., .i ma be consistent with
the tules of the ti.i.-k and right the wrong.
t was ordered that the winnings of the
'in'i-e Htlllken. owned by T. It Sadd, be
iettirnel for d s-ributlon to the puHles
entitled to th" -,mi" Th'horfe was not
ideiitltled to the s.itlsf icttori of the board
ltd wis suspended with the owne' until
th Older Is enmpl'ed with. The winnings
i.x i .&..
: I.m.-e'feit and M.ir'm Morgan
) .',.d,lbll'. IM . slid ' T
ill,,.,.,,, IM nl,,, were exi.elleri f.l! mis.
i.i-en nl'n-" t. ne in a lace in which the
. I'd ..s timt keepers, applied for re.
'ns'.rem.nt. wh'.ti whs granted .1 11
Kh.aloK of phienlwlll", was denied
. uistatemeiit, h.ii'ng been expelled in
M,, 101? ..i.nllnn for slwrttnr
of is,.. m.,n.i une. 1,i l.. I. .i- r,,re .l,v.le
ft. 5T2.'. in all, on th- tracks of Ontario.
U.si irclnla and Maivland in IM" The
npi'lu ut'.ni ff.i the i n st.i I en.ent of the
Ph. gepl.nj Storm, owned ov H 1. Vlo.'s
of V.iss.i". Mb-h snspei.ileii a' Ito'kport.
Ohio, on Oi t.iher last for i vear. v is
de,- e.i In the . a..es of A. It Marfti and
ti Mack. th. former A.ie d'sml-sed and
the latter i-At? isiniimied. Matk sen
v,,, t0 Mattln .ale'd Mr. Ma. k and after
w'nnlng a race in Montreal the horse was
re. ognls.d as Ha! L. alias W. II Pointer I
Mit tin was informed of this, fen: the
l'.orse hack and returned the money taken'1.,, 1,., " V nl, . . V. e c talked about
at Malone, N. . where the horse had
s.... v v .1,.. 1...--.. i,,i
wen n . ouple of races The board will
continue session at l'i oYI ick this
STREAM LINE NO NOVELTY.
Miirmon Hnd Nnuie lleslKn on IIn
"Wnap" Two " sh k.
i, earn I.i .'o sfru.-tion of the foreign
rt.ii.g '.ii-s that have been dolnic fast pc-
formaii. abroad is after all nothing new
to the Mtrmo'i p. ... le. they say. calling
alt. Mlon to their "Wasp i.a' which won
the .'.on mile race tn li'll It Is pointed
out that ihe wfdge shaped rear axles and
tapeilns dltferi'Mlal housing of the Tilbot
car which was the tlist tn do 100 milts In
hii hour were featuies found on tie Mai
rnon uiachliie tn.i years ago
l'i,ith.:i as to rating matters, the three
Isotta-Praschml cars that will taie at in
dlaii'ipolls on Mny 31 left Mtan yeser
dv tn charge of Vlnienzo Trucco and will
be shipped on May in from Havre. Trucco,
wTio will be the teammate of Hariy 1"
f.'.-.tnt and Teddy Tetzlaff on the Isottaa,
in lift" diove a car of this marque Into
fourth place In th" Florin cup race, win
nlng the Count of Salami's trophy therehv
Th" next f,tr he won tho Targu Florio
r.T c In Su lly
(ieorge H Strout, who has rejoined the
Havnes Autonioh'ln Company general
sales manager. Ins appointed L. K. Mc
Kenzle as his assistant and Robert Craw
ford as managei of advrtlslng and pub
lUltj Craivford was with a large Illinois
concern as adv-ei Using manager and Mo
Kettle told Studebaker cars In several
Fred c HeadlnKtnn, who was India
nipolln branch mantrjer for Haynes, has
charge now of tho Kentucky territory
Coiirtland C Cohee has tnken Heading
ton'.s place In ludlatiap'illa.
Paving money to customers to delay de.
livery of onlers Is a plan of the Peerless
Motor Car company to ease un the present .
pressure on Its factory capacity. Those,
, who have cars or trucks due to be dellv-
en d befoio July 1 will ret 1100 If they
i.ei.ij iiiitc ciu un cur cnii, nr ?'ju it
the delay amounts to sixty days.
Slrveu Prep, f'omr From Brblnal,
Sl.n-f ns .Prep defeated Manual at la-
ciosbo on f'astio Point Field, Hobokep,
jeMerday The yanie was rough through-
nut In the tlrst half Wesaman scored
Manual's only goal from a scrimmage.
In the second half Slevena Prep went out
with the senro 1 to 0 oalnet It, played
rings itrnund Ita opponenta nnd tallied
Prospect Park Daeball neal(.
P 8. 10, 4i P. S. 77, J.
P 3. . 21) K S. 12, I.
P S. 152, 191 P. 8. 12, I
Tnemnt H. D 7. Commercial H
Artc T C, 1; Dakota.
Hoanoke F c 7 Lincoln B. C, 4,
MllfoiU A C, J, Falrtlld, v,
FIRST BOAT RACE
Yale's Track Team
Hurt by Sickness
VWITH Yh! whodiile.l to moot
l'rihrot'iii on trad; utnl lidd
Siturfliiy tlioro is nlonm tit NVw
Haven over the apparent ruin of
what ln'd fair to be a tint- loam con
htructcti out of almost raw material.
Tho latest revcrso for the KIi mniis
with tht! announcement that W. 1'
Potter, .'r , the crack hurdler, is
threatenetl with appendicitis. Tot
ter won tho hurdles at the Ho-to
A A. indoor meet uml wis making
i fast time over the sticks before he
was taken 111. Another man who is
slowly recovering from injuries j,
(ieorRo Brown, one of the best half
niilers and depended on to hustle
John Paul .'ones in the intercollegiate.-.
Brown was a star' at l'.ieter
and showed consistently Rood lorm
in the early meets on Yale Field
ANOTHER TIGER OARSMAN LOST.
Cheitrr Rrtlrrt With Sore llniid
Crvvt lift to Cnmhrldue To-dnr.
I'Ktscr.TOS. May t The Princeton iar
fity crew received another ileveiith hour
setback thl afternoon when W M Ches
ter. wh" ha' been rowing No. was
forced to retire on account of a sore hand
This Is th second misfortune of the kind
to overtake the Tl.'ers In the final week
of practice before their race with Har-
r.i r....t ivnii Ir HE!, unot ler varsity
,e retlrlllC Ofl Satur.l.iv with the.
uaiiiii.u, ......r. - i
same Mllmenl hs i-tter nesier "n;
Inath roed No 3. but l' St acth moved
him up to No. 5 when ltrlgcs left the boat,
placed Curtli at 3 and Hutuel at bow-
MeKlbben. who was stroke and capt.iln
nf last year's freshman eight, was at No
S to-dav In place of Chester. Chester mav
t-et in tht. bu.it before Saturdav. but I' is
doubtful. The Tigers hit' their 'lnal spin
on l-"1' i arnegie u"ium - s
linqce tniiF anernouii i .i-. o.
he-e to-morrow and will have two d.is of
work on the Charles before the race
President Hlb'.n-n of the unlverslt.v was
on th shore of Lske farm pie this after
noon to look the clew over In Its tmal
workout and to wish Pr. paeth nnd h..
. harges luck In Saturday's tnce The r.i. il
makeup of the squad has not be. !. in
pounced. I'lininterclu! Cnplulli I'll n Isheil.
Coach Shear, r of the iv.inni.rci.il loot-
ball team, who has had to stop sprit, g
. ... . ... ..... ...V.l..l..
practite oeiause in a mr- "i ne- ...ue- .
.i.i.i .1 . I.i lie
OII1I111 lie, it.ta in'....''. ..,en.
ralrlry. the prlncipHl. thai Capt '"' k
Adams and posslbh- Schw.uti. th' star
. nds of last ear's team, will be harred
bereattet trom all s. In ol .ithletbs II N
said tha' 'an exctis.' given for his being
absent from school one day last week was
found to have been wiltten by other than
A tlu ms s father oi mothei. 1 hi i"ason'
.... .-.s. ...... 1. .......
" ' '.
bv the students I11 the liop.Mimt sonieini'ig
don.; to rtsmrc
captaincy. I he leaden. sa the Il
to get up a petition signed b every pupil
In tho school.
I. en Kahn Wins III Boul.
Boston. May fi. Trial bouts were held
at Mechanics. Hall to-nii.ni in tne na
tional A. A. V. championship boxlnr tour-
t. -te.ee. The 1-e ntn 1 til fi C iwltlt- Will bl
Leo Kahn of the
held to-morrow night
i Pennant A c. New Yoilt. won m three
1 rounds from J J Sullivan of this nt In
the lo pound class. Chtmplon It- sail
gained a decision over II Clitic of New
j York after tlm-e txiunde of good boxing
In the llf. pound cImss. In the UT. pound
cl,i.s v Seh.nt of New Orleans won trom
J. llaker of New York In three rounds
Another llrlton lay Ter l'l Hrrr
.Snmnl fahle le.imfcA In Tni: bl-S
Lonpon, May ' Ab" Mitchell, chauf-
feur for Sir Abe Bailey, probably will itm-
pete 111 the open and amateur gon ciiam- i
idooshiiis in the. Pulled Stales this year
He belongs to a family of goifers who
have made the "C'antelupe" Worklnsman s
(lolf Club famous. He was the runnerup
to John B ill In th" amateur championship
at Hoylake In 112. He Is an e.xtiemely
PIMLICO RACING RESULTS.
Klrl rtare Six Furlongs - Hr nary 10
I J Wllmn), straight 1130, place 13 10
hn- 12 SO firm. Little Jupiter, l'i. iHut
welh place, 6, show. 12 80. second. Bryn.
105 iSterllnr) tfleldi. hoiv. S3 30 tblrd
Time. 1:16 1-6 SchalW Mary sjrrlhe, lien
peck. Pnele Oble, Turkey In Ihe Straw. It II
ilray. tiothea Brush. Fairy liodmother and
Ceuer d Aln aln rati. Field Includes Marv
flcrlhe. Turkey In tha Straw and loner
Second Bace. Druid Bill Purae, T" r
Olds, Four and a Half Fiirlonita Flitter
told, 107 (Feriuaon). straight. W 10
rlace, (8.10, ahovv, IJJo, first. Oalner,
117 (J. Wllaon), place. 12,40. show. 12.10,
econd. Trade Mark. 109 trtobhlnat. show
12.10, third. Tlm, oita 3-D. uauop, i.n
Peacock, Eiecutor, Canticle, Nancy
Orme and Cuturl alao ran.
Third Rare, Ona Mile Donald MaeDnnald,
116 (J Wllioni, atralfht. 12. to, place, 12.70,
anew, 12.30, flrat. Hotfnian, 109 lliobblnai,
place. U30: ahow, J.20, second Altamaha,
109 (Wolfe), ahow. 13. 0, third Time, 1'I2
colonel Onok. Lwln. Jud Monck, Frank
Ptirrell, Elwah and 1'aton also run
Fourth Race, Owners' Handicap, Steeple,
ehaaa. Two Mile lilll Andrews, U4
ITucky), trliht. 14.10; place. 12 0,
. ?nX r.'o.'cindBin.r.:
142 (W. Jackaonl, out to ahow, third. Time,
3.5. Mr. Hpera fall,
Fifth Race, Orlol Handicap, Btvan Fur.
lonf Light o' My Llfa, 114 (Butwell),
tralfht. 14.70; place, II. '.'0, ahow, 13.60,
first. KUburn. 104 (Turner), place, 18.40,
whow. 16.20; eacond. Lochia! 107 ( J
Fraich), ahow, (1.20; third. 'Time, 1.27 1-6,
Hhacklaton, Panobacot. Sprint Board, ther.
wood, Colonal Holloway. The Hump. Buptr
tltutlon, Perthihlr and Sand Hill alio ran
fltxth Raca. On Mile Tl Carrier, 101
(Montour), atralght, 113.50: place, ri.iO;
ahow, 14 10 ; flrat. Con, 101 (Connelly),
pltc. 11.201 ahow, 2,t0, cond Robert
Bradley. 10S (Dr'yer), ahow, 111.70, third
Time. Ii42 Judge Walter. Star Oaze,
Hsiuon Ulsi-overj mid Drynilown also ran
Y. Women Golfers Defeat
GOTHAMITES SWAMP '
FAIR JERSEY GOLFERS
Nn.s.saii S stein Mateh Kiuls in
'.',-2 to 11 Victory for Hiir
MISS IIVDK lllUVKS I'Ai!
Mrs. Koyers. Ifer Oponent.
I'nt to tlisiiilvanta.' Off oi"
Nearly All Tee
Jeisei swamped !ti a team tnitcll
with Nen- v'oik under the -uisplces of the
Women's Mettopoll'an ililf Asjochitlon
on the links of the Oakland Golf Oluli
;.estcrilny. Oil of sixteen iftu.il tnotohes I
New Voik led It! points to II, and .is If i
that wa.i no' bad enousn .New Jersey nan
to be chirked -A itli two .Wat 1". a" that
New-Voik is . 'edlird wlta a 3-' to It vic
tory. Nissiu tysletn Taeiug It all In alt.
the woiB'ii made a or.ne shOAlng on this
their first competlthe appeirmce
Chltf Interest centred In he appfawice
ef Miss Lillian Hyde, the former as
socatlo'i Jh.unplon. Otlt;iti.i!ly It hid
been planned to have M .v. Lawrence
Slfl oppose the South Short l'ield Club
girl, but Mrt. N 1' Ko;:eis took her on
lusteid Mis Swift and Miss IlarOi.i
S'ritton tif Crinfoid weie the two New
J.-nty women who defau'.tid
In the Miss Hide-Mis lingers match
the first tinned drove Mich long bills ar
to hive 'he Hiltus.sjl no:n.tn at a rtlsatl
v,i-.ie after pr n lit aliv vrr tee
Mi.-s Hyde got. aruui.d ir.der IH'. with a
. ,.in!e of bid htdes. At No. I. for In-
,u... le.-te. r.f ?I.l V.iill the t.OnZ
t '-...a ..! a.-A,-., .o. rtf rnr.tts ..tiH look t
i. She reached the turn in 41 and stood
I up. Again at '.lie Inn fourteenth Miss
Hvd- gut badly bunkeied and wasted
hree shots In tie sand so that th hob
cost her a D The match proper was overt
then, however. Miss Hdes margin' being
and it. Their rated w.ie;
illst Hide. Oil
Mrs ll.iBirs Out
Me. Klde. In
M.s Itoiters. In
K l & i. i l ( k
t 3 i t 'j f. 4-
I O h O 1 4-
Mrs A. S ltossln of the Century Coun
try Club defeated Mrs K li. Donohoe all
thrre wiys, the first nametl playing at the
top of her name, going around In !4 Mrs.
! W J. Katth also had the better of Miss
! I-outse Krug front tart to ilnlsh but .Mrs.
M 1 Pateron of llaliusiol had a hard
'match with Mrs. C. W. Itendlss, who rep-
teented Midland. The president of the
W't'tnen' Metropolitan li'ilf Association
scored t point.
As Mls Georgltnna M Rishop. the New
York captain, received a default, the
Drooklawu woman did not actually tt?ure
In the competition, but she hsd a friendly
round wlili Miss Msrlon Holllns of West
brook It w.1- said th it the last named
was In her b-st form, getting an SO. An
other New York representative present,
thouch a no'i-contestant. ws Mrs Fred
The summary follows:
ew Jersey .
.Y P (coders 0
1. Swift n
1. 1' hri 0
M 1 1. l'ateren. I
F. I' nunoliLe 0
It () Smllh (i
Ml-s I. 11 It lie
u li PWinn
Miss t, IMsnnn
Mrs v J 1 alili
Mrs c W. Itcn.llirs
VIrs , M llosslll
Mrs M It. t'rnyiie
Mrs. J. s Irvine
Mrs A V ridlvers
Mrs. W. I Senll
Mrs II f Whitney
Mrs it ( aln
Mt i M oeddes
Mis I llaner
H. Mimton n
Mi's ti PlcMiardt
Mrs i Seavongood s
llr P Irualls :
Mrs C V PebelsrVer 0
Miss .Srhrintlder 0
Miss 1. t.r.it,im 0
Mis .1 C Porciay I.
Ml-s H (Jrahnm :t
Miss i, Knrtelty 0
Mr. I I'nos n
Ml. I 11 Thomas ;
Mrs W .1 snismon
, U)M n A'evanii-r
.Mis;, t l.wjer
Mrs A pound
Mrs I) .ludson
TIGER CUB CREW TRIUMPHS.
Hn Tun Lengths lo spare In Hate
With Hunker IIIkIi s,.,o0 Jilnht. I
! Princeton-. .Mav h. - I ne irinceton
fieshman crew onenfd the local rowing
s....sn.i with u vletorv over the IVnlr
High Schi.3l of Philadelphia on Lake Car
i tiegle this afternoon The cubs finished
one and five. sixteenths mile course
mote than two lengths Hhead ot the vis-
Itois and negotlatrd the distance In
1 -.t e. K.nj ,.Meh l 3.:.
seconds better than any former freshman
.record for the course
- The Tigers showed the result of more
careful coaching and handled their sweeps
.with much more precision than did the1
. . . Th, .. ,.i n,.
1 1 1 1 k 1 . '"- "" e vl. ......
""tleepble at the start where- the home'J jKMr.chb.'uni. ihlrd. Time. 1.07 1-:.
cent lumpen nfio nv nan a tenKin . uiey
f . , . , h ,
I open water did not show between thr
boHt, mu thc ,., ,.,d a quarter had
Martin' Poor Snpport Beat Hint.
Horace Mann's seconds had hii easy
time yesterday at Van Cortlandt Park,
where the Hamilton Institute Juniors were
disposed of by a scoie of 14 to 7 Jim
Muitln. th" Institute pitcher, deserved to
win, but the fielding of the Hamilton lads
was too ragged
I'enn Chooe porl Lender.
I'llii.APKl.Pllix. Mav 6. - Hurry Ix. Craw
foul of Fox Chase has been elected cup
lain of the Fnivei-.sity of Pennsylvania
wrestling team for next season He has
been a member of the team for two sea
sons and weighs 14f. pounds Bruce Ger
hard has been ihosen na leader of the
I university fencing team
Endure and Economize. Toughness of
tread, and extra thickness of high-quality
building, have made them the standards
i for mileage obtained. Roa-grlpplng
design of buoyant
to car mechanism.
THE FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER CO. OF N. Y.
1871 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, O.
'Amtnea't tawt irrrfuilta nm rf ftfei Wolrrj '
in 10 1-5 Seconds
pHII.ADI'l.Plll , Mayf. Peim- ;
fVlvanla'H freshman tniek team i
held a llieot at 1 ranklm held this
afternoon with loams from local
schools. Anions the features of the
alternoon was theuppear.uici'of Ted
Meri'dith, the Olympic middle dis
tance hero, in the lit') yard dah.
Mthoiih it was a shoriei distance
than he Is n customed to liiiinina:,
he won his heat in K) seconds
and finished second to I.neUwood
In the final, the winner's lime beim;
in second.! flat.
The Itcd and Blue team proved
Hiipcnor lo the sxhoolboys and cap
tun.Hl many flints. In the final
of the L''.'0 yard dash the result was
the same as in the hundred, Lock
wood lltiishlnt; first in ;j seconds
with Meredith a ool .second.
COOPERSTOWN FOUR SURPRISES.
Wins l'.ns I'ol'i (intne nn I'lelil o
He I'ne.l Iiy llnRllsli,
Hi.MlsTr.vp. N V. May t! Tolo com
mence,! lo-daj on the ibid of the I'lplni?
Kock (Viuntty Clmi at Locust Valley,
where the memhets ol the Kngllh team
will be ei. tei talned upon th.-.i arrival the
last of Ma. To-day's matili was between
the four of Cooper .-down, lomposcd of r
Atpliroe liarke. John S I'hlpp". italph
Klrlln and W fioadln !.oew. and th Kox
Hut ters. mile :; of Jar. es Appleton, J. 1).
Thom.ts. It I. J.me utitl (' J Hom.
Although t1 t.anis weie apparently
fa.ilv mattl.t I. t.ie loo'rstow ns dls-
d utiexre. ted ability at hitting. Of
scfi.il by that team r Am-
bio.'e ("hrk made eleven nnd lot half a
goal for peiialtv for crossing. J S. 1'hlpps
made one goal, Mr Klrlln one und Mr
Loei two .oas The Fox llunt.rs' two
soils were made by J H Thonms
On Held No- ; ',!!,';
....... - ...... - j
s.'rlmmage. which re.uiten in a core ot
! ID to S In favor of the whites The game I
saw some anod woik on the p.irt'of Mill
enlm Stevenson. Charles C. Ilumsey, Jam
A. Hurdm and IVny Ueadleslop. The
whiles were A H tJuncun, Malcolm Ste.
venson, Thomas Lo Lloutllller, C. P. Pea
db'ton and C i Kums.y The hlues
lined up Joseph K. I)avi. K S von St.ide.
Li.ivid Dows and Mr. Tllnes.
Dr. Ilimr Mtpurlses "liormnkrr.
J Howard Shoemaker, the amateur
champion at pocket billiards, was de
feated, lfni ball to n, hj Pr M'llllam
Howe of the Amateur Hllllard Club In the
opening game of a three nights match at
Dovle's at nUhl. The men are playing
a m ball match, 100 point" each nuht,
the second block to be played to-night,
l.sst night's score was as follows:
lloue .'. .. 13. 7 S 1 It 1J. 5. 10. 10.
It t 1"0 Hcralehe". 4 High run 13
Shoemaker- :.. fi. 1 1". 15. I. s 3 4.
i. " .ie snatches. '. High run. l:
T.efetee WlllUni Dosni
TvTenls Honim Ilonts VllovTed.
Sacramento. Cul . Mav il -The rtruwn
nntl-flght bill Is dead This was made
certain to-day following th. action of the
Senate In adopting on amendment to the
measure prohibiting "prlie nght'.ng" but
permitting "boxing contests" up to twenty
Willie lluppp Aernr OTer Srt.
Willie Hoppe defeated L PUI.e in a
practlt e game t Mauri, e I 1 .. ' s uomi
l.tt n.gbt. bv ,r score o' 4" i t.. 7 ., :u
sevmteen innings lloppes Pest run wjs
HPS P. the Nt cling llopnt aver!,fl
LEXINGTON RACING RESULTS
First Ra'e-Slx furlongs Al Hloeh. in.i
illenr ntst. .lust Itet. ti: .sterie..
. .-. ...t .tl,.s...n. thl.rl T m-
. .. Klr, .,, .;ur.er. Houlu
! Pmri, Mae Tati. All IteJ. Aioohu and
$2 MutueW raid: Hie. h. maicni
$S SO piste. 13. 0. how. K 90 Junt Ited
plsee tl. show JJ Clinton, show. IS 70
set on.l llaci f'tir maltleii twoHrold
colts nnd geltllnga. the nrlonicft- Magnet.
112 tiiani. nrst. ur eamuei. i"j iimitm
Alteram!. The Norrnan. 11.' ".las-, thlr.l
. Tim'. 1 05 I S Natchez Jlio Ma". Into
und. Vanity' Uox' and "Kaliitu'ek "ulso
i Mu'tieln raid Marnt. straleht. t.'V '0
I pis. e. 114 10. show. H"
I J-l- -i40' ,how' " 10'
Third Itace Five and a half (urlonss
; sie-i.- in , 1-.1...1 nrt. s-iorence llol.ert e
v.-:-.,. -.--;,., ti..,.,t .1,. uv,ri,i
.11.,, ,l,.v MnrrtMt.wn aini I'urucue also
, ri)r ,. B,,e.. n,, riore, e Huberts
coupled. Hohreiljer entry
; Muluels paid Sprite,
place 1.- t.0, show $7 io F
tlralKllt. 17 70.
'entry'. piare, it",
the World, show. : 70.
show , K oO. Hound
Fourth rtare One mile and a rpisrier
xu,rk Ki'S?' V!3d-.V.us:Jcond!,rVon.iinaf",i;'l,,b received here to-dav from Jackson.
iMart'ln', third Tl-ne. 2.0i 2-5. Uunerall, ! Tenn , nlno trotting horses that he will
Any Port and Lnrd . Marshall alorri (drive at the matinee inc.- this summer
lff..MpU?l? ,i11.di.ho:or',,3oa SlSltff .moW them were th" que.n of the ,n,t
Mack, place, 17 00, show. 4 50. Ooell. inee races, Quisetta, " 16, and Sll;er
Minw. I. 10 i.enlri. 2.171.. The benson of the Goshen
. i'tn raPnTlTaCh?fur,,e?:,-' A?. Driving Clul.- opens he,o on Faturdrfj'
! '09 iSieelei first , P.oainer io'j .Hani' ec
lend Illrd Man. Ill (I.oftun. third. Tlino.
j v M 3-5 Ma. alio ran.
5. Mutiiels paid Imperatnr. straight.
I 30: idace, 12 30. how, nut Itnamer
ipLc"; ll 40. h?.- out No show betting
sixth Hue One mile and a mutter -
I Supervision, ill illatiitver,. nr.t , .U. k I.ax
.lil-ors. third Time 2 0. 2
nnd Hsllv She alto ran
12 Mutuels paid Supervision straight
fl 10 place 3 show 12 30 Jack l.axson
plsee, I.I 70 Jhow I.' 0 Hick Haker
show IS CO.
rubber tread reduces
book ef raaaooa.
What la Tire,"
; jV iil.,;;j;,(r:.rr-7r'--
EVEN WITH BRITONS
Miultii' and Stiiiulini: Pla, in
I n vincible Vorm nnd Wi i 1
Iiy I. Gaines to I.
ti:a.m woimc mo ru in
Cluirles and I'eter William
Put l'i Indifferent name , f
After (lettintr Good Start.
Jack similar "f Philadelphia, who re
cently won the world's racquet champh i
' ship, and ilctrFe S'tJtidlng of this cltx,
formerly recognized us th" American title
holder, squared net omits with C'harlj."
Wllllmns nnd I'eter Williams, tho rlrltlsh
pluiei", yesterday In the court of the
I llncquel nnd Tenuis Club fot the defeat
of la,t Suiidn Soutar and StandlnK
won by 4 games to I '-
lit cry minute of this four handed pro
fessional contest wa marked by tine piny
lug Tho American were Invincible.
Soutfir ngaln showed that rare speefl that
enabled him to win the worlds title, anil
his team work with Standing was of a
high class throughout the match. Occa
sionally the Urltons showed Icrs. collec
Soutar and Standing gathered elevn
nets by their opponents' misses In Ui
tlrst game, which resulted In a win for
the Americans lit four hands, despite the
tlylng start the Urltons obtained, and In
tlie second game Soutar and Standing y
a spurt toward the close made the necs
san IS points to the others' 11 Tl)
Americans simply smothered their op
ponents In the third ! Itie tune of 1G to 1.
Standings service was reiiiaiftau.j run
it!f, and hu also fccorec: several aces, by
superb placement The only ganio won
I bv the visitors was the fourth, which went
to set three Soutar ano stannins iook.
ati early lead It, the fifth and soon had
hand despite the frt
..., ,na,. .. BOod ..and
Hint to.i u(i'..M.'.-
In the sixth hand.
FISH POACHERS. BEWARE!
Jlrsr .ler'. t . iniiilln Crnll Show
I iiiisiihI llnrt nf Sped.
The New Jersey, owned by th Ntw
Jersev Klsh and Came Commission, which
rectn'tly has been equipped with a IM
1D0 Standard engine, had an official trial
last Saturday The trial trip was on
Parneg.it Pay. and among those o.i board
were (lov Fielder, Senator Johnson. Com
missioner Lowe, President Napier of tlin
Klsh and liame Commission, several State
ofllcials with their wives and waiter
llrown, representing tne Standard com
The new engines did mote than were
e.petted and the boat is now the fast
est owned bv the commission, which will
be used in enforcing the tlsh and game
laws along the New Jersev coast nnd
h. the harbors and rivers The New
Jersey mado quite a long tun. She pro
ie"ded from the lileo Pasln at tiayonne
through Little i:gg Harbor to New
Gretna and from there to Forked River,
before the trip around Harnegat Bay
Everyone on board praised tho boat
highb and Mr Proven says not one word
of isilltics was spoken on th.) trip
Telcliinnnn lit l'ln lit llnrano..,
lr S Tarrasch of Nurenibetg, ches
champion of Meruidiiy, to whom had been
rift. mil li -i-bi'tion of the sixth player
In the foithcomlng hertangular grand
masters' International tournament ut Ha-
ma In 'ase In- Lasker . innot be in
duced to take part, advised the New Tork
manage! yesterdaj that his choice fU
upon Kichard Tel. hniann of Berlin, the.
winner of the Carlsbad tournament of
It'll, whom, with Maroczv of Hungary
.,ut of . onsider.itlon, he leganteil as most
flltlliei! lo wic I'l.iic
is willing to come
"'he Berlin inaeter
I.cIiIkI" l.i'l Mnjur Honor.
Bf-Titl.KtiKx:, P.i . May - Lehigh's ten
nis team captured the match from Haver-
.... ,vn....r. tie 1 (i. e iM the sin-
I Kles Sluppard was the only Lehigh man
to lose. Turnbull defeated Carey, 6
t c, 6; . Carpenter fieieatca lllli.,
;, g ; . Douglas defeated Van SlckK
4, 75, 3, and Allen de.feated .Bhp
pard, 7 -J. f. 3. In the doubles Turnbull
anil Carpenter defeated Carey and Van
Sickle, t: 2, t: 4 ; llallet and Allen de
teatetl Sheppini and Douglas, Lehigh.
16, 7- 6, C 4 ,i
llnrrlmnn liel Mne Trotlrr.
Uosm-.s, N. Y.. slay h president
' ,.,in u-rrtmnn ..' the nnthi... rrSvlr?
afternoon, Juno !.
1 . ... ... ...
.Ilm l l.siin nml I olii' Xlalcned.,.
I ... .... . . t. j
! i'lreiiian Jim Flyim Ima been matched
i to box ten rounds with Jim Coffey, the
VuMin tilHlit. Ill Madison Square Oardn
on Max :;t. .xianager i.iuson ia iryinn
to unit n sintanie opponent tor ueorie
ltodel. the Boer heavy weiglrt, for the same
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