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McDermott Leads for Metropolitan Open Title Old Rosebud Again Exhibits Rare Speed
'ihB SliN, THutisuAi, auuUoi, 14, ivii.
M'DERMOTT IN LEAD
WITH TWO FINE 71S
Stencly Little Homebred Kithcr
Lays Approaches Demi or
JACK HOHKXS SKCOXI) MAX
Knclewood Pro Two Strokes
Off With Alec Smith Like
Distance He hi ml.
OtliPKN CITV. I.. I Aug. 13. Living
up tn Ills reputation ns the steadiest ex
ponent of the nm on thin side of the
Atlantic; John J. McDermott of Atlnntlc
City, led the field nt the end of the first
thirty-six hole of the Metropolitan Oolf
Association open chninplonshlp on the
Salisbury links to-day. The national
title holder returned two 71 for a total
cf 14: This led Jack Hobrn of Engle
wood, the second man, by a margin of two
strokes, while third on the list came Alec
Smith of Wjkngyl, whose card totalled
Although one swallow doesn't make a
rummer and much may happen ere tho Init
putt has rattled In the cup at the end of
the second thirty-six hole test to-morrow,
the showing of the leader was sufficient to
demonstrate once again the exceptional
prnwets of this homebred.
When a master Is on his game, well
nigh flnwles from the tee and through
th green, besides dropping approaches
dead, excellence becomes almost hum
drum. It Is In lapses from deadlines and
the following recoveries thai furnish
fascination for the onlooker, Ho It was
to-day at Salisbury. McDermott went
sweeping along displaying nn unruttled
exterior even when he did occasionally
tray Into a hunker. Then tho niblick
would become the master club, and In
kicking baek over his day's golf It ran
not he said that tho champion made a
really poor shot either out of the sand
or rough. In his long game McDcrmntt's
direction and distance were wonderful,
yet to partially discount this the home
bred, especially In the morning round,
developed quite a human tendency to slip
up In shortUh putts.
Scarcely less praiseworthy was the golf i
f Hobens, who won the metropolitan open
at Italtusrol In 1908. Always long off the
tee, approaching accurately and throwing
little away on the greens, the native of
Carnoustie rarely appeared to better ad
Carelessness moro than anything else
prevented Alec Smith from being nt least
a stroke lower, for at the short Ilfteenth
In the morning after missing nn easy putt
mr n .i ne gave me oaii an indifferent
star with the back of his putter with the
usual result. "lil make up for that
later," said the Wvkagyl man. And so he
did. ror his 7s was supplemented by a 71
In the afternoon.
Following Smith ramo two more home
bred. Klmer W. Loving of Areola nnd
Tom McNamara of Boston, winner of the
M. (J. A. title a year ago at Apawamls.
I.ovlng had a pair of 74s for 14. while
McNamara contributed rounds of 74 and
73, nuking n total of 149. The cham
pion's early round was peculiar In that
he came, back In 32 nfter taking ten
strokes more for tho outward half. Ho
pot his putts down coming back.
Oswald Klrkby of Kngleu-nod ensile led
the amateur brigade with two rounds of
7fi for a total of 152. Fred Hcrreshoff
never got going, nor did Max Behr, though
In the afternoon Devcrcux lord returned
a creditable 7.
1t 2d To
rrid, rod. ml
:i ;t H2
72 72 111
TJ 71 t.6
74 74 14S 1
74 7. 1!
7J 7S ISO
74 77 I SI
7 7 1i2
7J 74 :52
7 77 1M
80 7 KS
H 77 1S3
71 70 U3
71 71 134
74 71 tM
77 78 IV.
77 7 IV.
79 7 It.
M 7 V
75 77 5M
l 77 !M
77 HI til
79 71 tM
M 71 li ,
( 7 11
? 80 119
7 ? 11
11 7 1M I
7 St 10 1
sfl So !'
74 1 til
to HI lit
U 74 1t
I "1 112
U 7 192 1
M M in
U S3 14)1
M 74 141
1 U '.44
3 1 144
71 14 111
IS M IK
SO M it:.
M 11 148
H S3 144
M 41 147
43 44 147
41 47 114
12 17 Ut
u 17 i:a
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s4 w it;
I 44 171
tl 44 174
, 44 44 '.74
M 44 174
.'iru Kobens Entlewnod
.Alec Smith. Wykagyt
r.lmer W. Loring. Areola
Thomas L McNamara. Boston....
.'antes Maiden. Nassau
(illbert Nirholl. Wilmlnrton
Oiwald Klrkby. Entlewood
r.eonrc Sargent. Chery Chsae
F. H. Bel wood. Garden Citr
.' J. T)outhertr. Merchsmville....
'ark Bowline, Searwlalt
I.aac MaUle. Fox Hill
T"rpd McLeod. Columbia
Dirid Ojllrle. Morris County
Msnlonaltl Smith. Wjrksryl
Orrln Terry. Canoe Brook
r.eortr Pearson. Roekswar
r.rargf Low, Baltuarol
Jsrk Tfasen. Salisbury
Herbert Strona-. lnsood
Tlert Daitell. nushlng
R. H Thornton. Olen Ridrs.,,
Mhn Shipnen. Maidstone
.lack Jolly. Newark
J.imea neckelt. Baltuarol
k W. l.ucaa. Oarden City
William Collins. Oakland
M D Lord. B'klyn-Forest Park.
Onrse McLean. Punwoodte
Ocri Sparling, BrooUawn
.Umet p. Fraser. Great Meek
IL r-. Hlrham. Paterson
wm. Entwtstle. New Brunswick.
Trad Hrrreaboff. Garden City...
HoVrt Dow, Monroe
Bayard Beebe, leinf Branch
Nick Demane. Rye
Oeorre T. Rayera. Marion
Ionard Bile. Sleepy Hollow....
i. R. Thomson. Phila. Country. .
I TT Lanslanda. unattacbad
Harry Orery. Ocean C. C
Max It. Behr. Baltuarol
Herbert Martin. Quogua F. C...
.'amea R Intlis. Fatrvlaw
James T Wicks. Hawortb
Tom Younr, Wealport
Channlmt Floyd, Yountakah
'J. A. Stlllman. Sleepy Hollow.,
Cyril Stronr, Shiran
HAMILTON TO MEET YUILE.
Englerrood Golfer Haa Canadlaa
Voanarater to Beat ia Final.
Brbtton Woods, N. H., Auf. It. A a
result of to-day'a aeml-flnal round of the
Rretton Woods golf championship I A.
Hamilton, Englewood, a former tlUe
holder, and J, W. Tulle, Royal, Montreal,
the youngest player to qualify In the first
flight, will come together. Hamilton was
around In 77 and won by S and t over C.
frnlth, Ardsley, In a fine match.
A freak golf shot at the eleventh aided
Himllton when he missed hla drive and
his bull fell into the Ammonoauc ITIver
('iily to strike a lone rock and bounce onto
l lie green. He nearly holed the putt for
a 2 and gained a half In 1.
Tulle and H. W. Croft, Oakmont, were
all square at the turn, but the latter
gained a lead of 2 up by taking the first
two hole of the Inward tourney. With
matters very much against him Tulle,
holed a 3 at the MO yard sixteenth and a
4 nt the r.70 yard seventeenth and pulled
nut a victory. Tulle finished out the
hyehole nnd (cored 71 for hla round.
Tho thlrty-elx hole final to-morrow In
all thrco division should provide good
fompetltlon. A. A. Wilson. New Tork,
and T. .1, Moran. Metacomet, are left for
the second, and W. H. Pelt. Tedesco. and
o. it. Thomas, Bnnlewood, remain for
third flight honors.
Phillies Clel Mtrlkeaat Marvel.
Johnstown, Pa., Aug. II. Arthur O.
'ffman, pitcher of the Somerset county
um, wiu loin the Philadelphia National
?. Monday, Kauffman I a "phenom"
he most pronounced type, He I
" ,liky build, has fine speed and curves,
. ,V.cellent habits and has a record
? '"strikeouts In the last six games,
KaufTm WM recommended to the Phil
IM4) by 'Trl-Stat League manager.
PLAY CLOSE TO
John J. McUrrmntl, twice national
jopen rhamplon, nhii played sterling;
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OLD ROSEBUD SIMPLY
ROMPS ACROSS LINE
'S(1WS )irzlill"" SllPI'd srilill
i'iw.iih,. .-sin t il ..llll,
but McCabe Refuses to Push
Him in Effort.
int fiT nnnrivi its . . i n , -1-
Uli.M. K ItKUU.M l htH. 1)
Gainer Spoils All His Chances
by Hart Start Poinette
HAnAToa. Aug. 13. Old rtosebud. the
chamnlon two-year-old of the West.
hnu oil Inutav thnt l, I. .,.n nt.ln t,. tavl
.i, i. n..,i .,t.l
... ,. " " '" ," ,r . . i. i 1 L
with the Pnlted .States Hotel Stakes In
nhlch a gelding allowance let him In with
three pounds less than (Jatner, so that
the result was considered almost a fore- tured by Otjset. driven by his owner. C. ' Wendell I' Kulm .md A M Kidder de
gone conclusion, and the only speculation W. LaSfll. Hud Murray. ho won with I 'este.i a. f.. Kenned) and " m m:
that took place xv,,s as to which would Hobert.t Hlnsen at the Umpire meeting . tn-i K I l-l c ?!
finish second to the pride of the West. " week, was clone up In the opening WRt,on. Jr.. and tlur-tav. V Touilui'rd de-
Old Hosebud showed all the danline speed
which electrified the crowd on his first ap -
l-arance here, but McCabe. who rwle hl.n.
took winning advantage and simply gnl -
Old Hosebud showed all the dazzling speed
Gainer was the only one which had a
possible chance to defeat the favorlte,
there was a peculiarity of the quoted odds
in that, though Gainer wns held at 15 to 1
to win, 11 to S could be had about his ob
taining tho place. The friends of H. I.
Whitney's Black Broom were more con
servative and their hearty support of the
son of llroomstlck-niack Venus was en
tirely devoted to his chances of getting
second, so that only 2 to 1 wns offered
against HIack Broom for the plare, while
the winning odds were live ixJlnts moro
than those offered against Oalncr.
The strenuous fight for second place
never was in danger and there Is no
Knowing wnai um Kosenua migni nave
done It called on to show his best. Black
Broom always had the pace of Pomette
R. T. Wilson took the fifth race, for
two-year-olds, with Northerner, but not
until Superintendent had been disqualified
to move up the horse owned by the presi
dent of the Saratoga association. When
Enver Bey, the favorite, tired In tne
stretch there was a general closing up
and Superintendent, which had been
chasing the leader, took command. North
erner was on the outside anil nppearea io
be In a position to make a winning run
from there, but Instead he worked to
the inside and a general mlxup ensued.
There was a long discussion by the stew
ards after Wolfe made the protest be
fore the number were changed and the
race waa given to Northerner. The sum
Flit ST HACK.
For mares, three year old and upward; sell
ing: od aooea: six lurwnn:
Horse and Age. Wt. Jockey.
LadyUghtn'g,4..tl0, Mussrave.. lft-a even IJ
Honey Hee.l.. .108, .harrtek.. . 4- - 2
lloyalMesatt.4..loa Ward -l 2-1 Sh
MfarAtR,?... II" Mfl'M.. 11- -
Lurla.l 100 Nlfklatia. lO-J 4-1 8
Lace, 3 W J.M'T'rt.. 1-1 -S
Time. lilJ 4-4. . , ,
Oood start; won handily; Lady IJsbtnlDg. ch.
f by lues U'ellra-Fiasn of Uihlnlnii: owned
by II. C. Hallenberk: trstnrd by r V. Taylor.
Steeplechase handicap; selling; for three-year
da and upward; 00 added; about two miles:
Horse and Age. Wt. .Jockey. I'rlrca. Fin
Hill Andrews, t.. . . I. rnin... .
Nosegay, t. - 114,. ('Handier..
Uxsle rial , a red. . i . . rt i en.
M'tlo Utht.ered..l. .Kellchrr . .,
Delirium. ared... IM llelder...
I- 1 7-10 S
II- i 1-10
Pulled up. Titnc..za.
Cooil slsrt: won driving; .liiverenre. br. g.,
by Juwnal Inference: owned by O. U Totno
kloa; trained by (I. II. Tompkins.
Till HI) HACI'.
The United "Males Hotel takea; for two-yenr-olds:
1I.M0 sddrd: al i furlongs:
Horse snd Age. Wi. Jcekry. Price. Fin,
OkHlonrbod.3.,, .124. McCabe,... 1-a oat !
IlUcUllrooin.2.,..10). Itorcl 20-1 2-1 1
I'SnSeilenieu.I.. llt .Wolle sn-j 6-1 i
Oalner. 2 12..l)llus 16-1 11-6 4
f Ufl Field,?.. .. 110 .Walah so-1 6-1 6
KlngMrl) well.J.. III. Bradly..... 20-1 4-1
Cood slan: won easily; Old lloaebud. b. g.. by
Uncle-Ivory Hell: tuned by II, C App'egate;
trained hyK. H. n sir.
For ihrer-year-olda and upward; handicap;
MOO added; one mile;
Horse and age. Wt. Jockey. Price. 'FIB,
UfhtO' II' 1.1ft. 4.HS. .Olasa 11-6 4-5 is
I1 eras u il w y, o.,ios..aurci....... w-a
naeiat.1. .....I0.,nutweli.... J-J 4-6 Ml
ntresuous, i sm..rf. a i h i wi -t
starooltle :iM..Welfe.".. I-I J-l J
Alrey, 4 104,. Ambrose,,, 20-1 7-1
Col.Molloway.4. M.. Martin "t' f I
Flarama,4 .0J, lladtke..... 10-1 4-11
Time, :II 2-6.
Good start; won drivlag. Ugst O' W Uf. k.
THEIR BEST FORM
Tom MeXamnrn. present Metro.
poll tan open champion, and within
... .... ... .
Itrnllnat his victory.
cby PeepO Day My 0)p:nwnen by Fredrrlck
Johnson; tralnnl by J. P. Maybrrry.
For tHo-yrar-olds; selling: added, fle and
s half furlnnes:
llore and nae. Wt. Jockey. Price Fin,
.(orthrrnrr. 2 ini Wolfe ,V 2 I
Old llcr, 2.. .. IM Horn 11-1 I 2
-lam.ee Tree, ? mo KM'a-w'lh .V1 ft 1
y. J. M"r irit't s-l 11 I
104 Martin 3 1 2-1 A
101 lloulry MM (-1 l
109 Troxlcr. .VI rrn
101 lliitwrll .1 l rrn S
l(l T. UTll'l 2n i S 1 tt
Knvrr l'r. 5,
Siiierlnttndrnt,2.io Steele 12-1 .VI
Flnl'hed ntM. tll-ijualltled for foullne.
c.ood atari: won drltltur. .Northernrr, rh. c, by
Vankre Hojal liun: ounrd by H. T. llson, Jr ;
iralnrd by T, J. Hralry.
For llirrr-cr-old; t-dliiiar: 5:00 added, one
llorf e and sue. Wt Jockey
Virile. 3. , J.MTit'l
Srallsr.S. Ill l)atlr .
I title Jupiter. 3. 10.1 lltiturll
AlKlon, 3 III Burn ,
Mtrrtiow, 3.. un !anl.
Monlrei-or. 3 101 Karrlrk
Toy, 3.. ion Ambroe.
3-1 rvrn I1
It t 2'
2 I 3
2 1 3
lime, i:'o. ,
ttood Hart: on eaallj-. Virile, rh. r.. by Htale
mart Chertitdm: ouned by C. J. vulnn; tralnnl
tU' J. '. Maybrrry.
ROBERTA BIN0EN PUNISHED.
t)l.t.n....l rn I'h.nln. . T.n.
" I'aer Onset Wins.
Monboe, .N. Aug. 13. The two - ycur -
old tiot on the .Monroe track was cap -
' neui. mil ine mate nia.ie a oren in in? i,j Aln Tol.ev and Leonard lleekmun.
' second heat and was distanced by thoS c. c3. in i F. T. Frellnaiiu) en nnd
Judses fr ..hanging her gait Into a pace. ; Krlr Wln.totdefeil O t l.Mn,..n and
Tne mmm.irk-s: H w,M,vrli;M Mrxl, it ' lira and .1. Orr.
I heat, but the ninie made a break In the
Kmpress of Uu"la. ch. f. (II. I.. Mm
W. J. Leyliurn. b. c. (McCarthy)
The Lord llrook. Iilk. c. (I'ugei
Itoberta lllniceii. I,, f. (Budd Hurray)
Lady llenrlette, b, t. (Shnlt
Amy Frleco. h. f. (Com In)
2:14 trot; purae, It, 000;
Moella. I,, m., by Mabel Uerkuhlre
Hell (MrGrath 2 1 1 1
Ilertle Cblmea, blk. m., by Chlniea
II. V. llellman (Ourrlponl 1 i 4 4
Vallette. ch. h. (Corlni 3 4 2 2
HtHrllxht Mi'Klnne. blk. m. (Phelps) 5 3 3 3
Courier Hoy, b. g. (I'oat) 4 4 6 4
Ijirable Hyp, b. r. (Sunderllu) C 5 4 3
Ileltler. b. g. (Payne) 7 dla
The ritudent. b. g., (Ryeranni Ha
Time. 2:17, 2;l,.i,. 2?17i, 2:114,.
2:t4 pace; purse, tl.ooi;
MarlettH, blk. m.. by Adnsrd
Annetta nrook (llo enberk) 11111
Tlmolliin. ch. .. by (ieo. W.
-7arlng) 4 4 12 1
John It. Hal. h. b, (Newell).
. a .
Dick Maaon, blk. g. (I'oat)...
Fanny I., b. m. (Crowley)...,
4 s 7 Iro
I I Sdrn
Ellsworth It., br. g. (Broiler)
I 7 drn
Time, 2:09i, 2:121., 2:124., 2:13s,, :;i7
Curly Hrovrn's Hull Dismissed.
With the consent of the attorneys for
both sides Judge Lncombc In tho United
Htntes District Court yesterday dismissed
the suit brought by Curly Brown's
.Maryland inte i-nir Associaiion in cn-
Join the Jockey Club of America from
exercising control over horse racing In
any place outside of New York Htute,
The motion for dismissal waa made by
Seven Team In Grind To-nlahl.
Chappie and Ornpperon. Davis nnd St.
Yves, Costello and Mercler, Cox and Ohne.
Vedlts and Kcssler, Snyer nnd Sperl, nnd
Hagan and Crotilu are the tenms that
wll compete to-night In tho seventy-flvo
mile team event at tho Brighton Beach
Motordrome. The race was iostpoiieU
from last night because the weather con
ditions were unfavorable for fast riding.
F0ST ERIE RACING RESULTS.
First nsce Fle furlnnts Hodge, 111
(Small). 7 to 14. won; Cxar Michael. Ill
(Huston), 2 to for place, second; Fathom.
104 (Fslrbrother), 1 to I to show, third.
Time, 1:14 2-5. Klsland. fllg Spirit and
Rustling Brass also ran.
Herond Hsce Six furlongs Rprlngmaas.
101 (Connelly), 1 to 1, won; Molssant, 104
(Kedsrlsl, 6 to 2 for plsre, sarond; Coa.
grove, 104 (Moody), 4 to 6 to show, third.
Time, U14. Queed. Chilton, Quran. Fred
Levy. Vlalble, Con Carne and Hearthstont
Third Hace Five and a half furlongs
Tat Itutledge, 144 (Deronile), I to 5, won;
The Krcliln. 100 (Krhuttlnger), 7 to 1 for
flace, aecond; llequlram. lot (Taylor), 7 to
0 to show, third. Time, 1:05 1.5. Kdna
Leaks. Scarlet Letter, flunerl. Aladnr and
Silver Tons alao ran.
Fourth Hare One mils and a slateenth
Donerall, 104 (Oooae), 14 to 5, won; Media
tor, 140 (Kederla), 4 to I for plare, serond;
Lnchlel. 104 IHuxton), 4 to 4 to show, third.
Tims. 1 !4C 14. Calgsry and Flahbtsgsst
also ran. ,
Fifth Hare One mite and a furlong
Cousin Puss, 100 (Vsncluaen), 11 to C, won!
Elwah, 100 (Deronde), 4 to 6 for place,
second: Melton Street. 114 (Hmall), out to
show, third. Time, I'.CJ 3-5. Just Red and
Fslcsda also ran.
Sixth Race Six furlongs Cowl. 117 (Dux
ton). 1 to 2. won; Joe Stein, lit (Callahan),
2 to 1 for place, second; Russell McCHII, 114,
(Small). 1 to I to ahow. third. Tim, lilt 4-4.
Bis Hock, Joe Knight and Lov Day all
Seventh Rae On mils and a sixteenth
SlOro, 111 (Kalrbrothar), II to I, won; Cogs,
111 (Ktdarla). I to 3 for place, second;
Coppertown, 141 (Qooie), 4 to t to show,
Rlllt. He. Napier, Htnrjr Hutchlnioq and
yiaaia ano raa.
JOHNSTON MEETS HIS
MASTER IN CLOTHIER
Quaker Veteran Bents Youthful
Callfornian in Three
TOrCHAHD NIPS .TOIIXSOX
Davis Cup Reserve T'n Against
Sensation Who Plays
HufTinMPToN". It. T Aug. 13. That all
things must have an ending sooner or
Inter trim hcolitht nut here to-tlav on the
mnln miirt at the Meadow Club when I
William M. Johnston, the young whirl
wind from California, suffered the ending
j of his long string of victories In the
Bast William J. ClothUr of Philadel
phia, national singles champion In IS 06,
, Is the man who humbled the youngster.
The match was In the fifth round and
went to three sets, nt 4 6, 7 5 and
i 6. Clothier Is one of the former cham
pions who Is nfter the throne held by
Maurice II Mclaughlin and Is making
a determined effort to pome back.
The match Itself was a remarkable one.
On one side of the net was the slim, wiry
figure of Johnston, the child wonder of
the courts, with his bright red hair show
ing up In a glare as he dashed nround tho
court with catlike agility. On the oppo
site side was Clothier, a six footer, with
close to ISO pounds of brawn nnd muscle,
n seasoned campaigner, who for all his
large proportions has speed In abundance.
The 1'hlladelphian vas never In better
i form, while the young Callfornian was
forced to play the best game that he has
shown since his arrival in the Hast.
Another surprise of the day was the
defeat of Wallace F. Johnson of Phlia-
ueipnin, reserve im-mut-i .in-
cup team, nt the hands of Uustnve K.
Toucbnrd. middle States champion.
Touchard won two sets out of three at
63, 06, 119.
The winner played a spectacular game
from Mart to finish ami kept tlie morning
crowd Intensely Interested. Time and
again he scored points by playing a
stroke In the most difficult way possible
when he could have obtained the same
result In a much more ensy fashion.
Throughout the match he directed his
attack nt the base line of his opponent
ami seemed to be nble to score a point
when be wanted It. In the second set
Touchard loafed anil reserved his strength
fur the final, while he forced Johnson to
work hard by chasing him from one side
of the cop t to the other. The third sot
should 'not have been so long had
Touchard not wanted to make gallery
phtys, by which he lost many points.
The doubles started nnd many close
matches were played. Thomas C. Hundy
and William M. Johnston made up a
const team that looks very promising,
nblle William A. tamed and Clothier
nppear to he the best of the Kastern
pairs. The summaries:
Meadow Club Men'n Hlnle Third round
-C. J. Orlftln defeated K. M. Watrous.
Fourth Hound Karl II llehr defeated
Wntaon M. Wn.hburn. 4 , 2. 0 !;
Vrrilerlrk ('. Inman defeated rieorse M.
it'hurch, 4 . . 4: Clustave F. Touchard
I 111: William J. Clothier defeated Itnhert
ileiemen nuare r. jonneon.
t J. 0 C,
l.e liy - fi C 1. Howard A. Plummer
idefeied Waliiwrtght, I, C I
I rifth Houn.l-U'llllam J. Clothier defeate.'
; willlam M. Johnston. 4 . 7-5. i .
' Mmlm Club Men's lioutdes Klrat round
fralt.,i AiBn Tol.ev and Leonard lleekmun
I B 0. e 4. A. H. Datiney nnd (leorse M,
fMttio h .1rutvil I. II MnrrU .n.l I. In
j Pont Irvln. I, 41: Dr. Klng TaIor
land r w. Paul deteatej !iouler anil Hnpp.
I ?. i; Itlrhnrd Ilarte no. I J rolkrt
! rnner defeated T. O. Thomas und A. Hproul,
C 2. --t: .1. 1 I.ee nnd J. 15, K. Urrnr
, Ufrtited (I. It. TAvne nnd A. Temti e. 74,
43. C 2. Thorn, c. Hundy and Wlllla
M. Johnston on from Nlion and llouvler.
Iy ilefnult; William A. Lnrned nnd William
J. Clothier won from I). Hurfern and l J.
North by default.
Second Hound Karl II. Hehr and Howard
A. rliinimer defeateil Wendell I'. Kuhn on
A. M. Kidder. C 4. 1210: Thomas t
Hundy snd William M JntitiMton defeated
I.. Larkln snd ilonman Mckeraon, r. 1
MILBURN UNHORSED AT F0L0.
Great ek I'layrr Itesnmes 4inmr,
lint III Tram Lose
Narraoansett Pifr, Aug. 13. In the
Point Judith Polo Club tournament, which
,.. .1 I . . i .u
. VUII1HIUI.-U lu'iin,, iiicic nrm mif
r.rmn 111 iiiv prim-uiuti!, ill nif prrien lur
the Atlantic cups, offered by It. I,. Agasslz
of noston nnd open to teams with aggre
gate handicap not exceeding sixteen goal.
Great Neck and the sprightly Leopards
, were the rival fours in the first event, the
Leopards winning by a scoie of 10 ;a goals
J to S, The playing of Ambrose Clarke was
la feature. J. G. Mllburn's pony fell In a
; mlxup In this cwnt, and unhoised the
, polulst. who Jumped up tinlnluied arid le
Cooperstown defeated lh Sandpiper
14V goals to I). The playing of Stoddard
was conyplcuoui throughout and the team
work of Cooperstown was also notable.
In the thlid event of the day the Free
hooters defeated the Philadelphia Country
Club !Mi to 5ij, The summary:
(Ireat Neck, Hop.l Leopard. Hep
W. II. drare S'J. C. Rathborne :
Walter McClurr XI. Auelln Am orr :
Shaw MeKeat 1 .1. B. Thomas ,
J. O. Milburn. Jr.... MAmbruae Clark .
Total 121 Total 14
Individual lOalt-McClure. 2; .Milburn. 1: M.
Kean. 1: Orace. 1: Amors, t: Thomaa. 2
Clork. 3; Rathborne, 2. Iopardt-loaU
earned. ay handicap, 2; penaitira, to. toi.ii,
I0V4. Oreal Neck (Joala earned, 5; by handi
cap. 0; penalties, 0. Total. 5. Referee Flahe.
Cooperstown. Hep ! Sandpipers. II 'P
K. D Moran .'!w. Handolph 0
M, uelmont ,.. 3iW. I), fltraltht I
P, 8. Von Made .'L. K SlodUanl i
U. C. Hiimaej 5111. K. Uatlna 1
Total 7: Total 14
Cooperstown Goals earned. 13; by handicap,
0; penalties. H. Total. US Bandplpera-iila
earned. 4 by handicap, 6; penalties. 0. Total.
4. Individual roala-Vnn Siade. ; Mnrran. a;
Huratey, 2: Ilelmnnt, 1; Slralgrht, 2; Stod
dard. 2. Referee Lee.
Phlla C. C. Hcp.l Freeboolers. Hep.
K. L. Stoke JlPMlip Steveiitpn I
Thomas stoke 2!:arllon P. Uurkn 3
Paul D Mills 1IC P. beadle turn 4
P. 8. Randolph, Jr... 1 Malcolm Stcrtmoii.,. 7
Total nl Total .14,
Individual gosU-Randnlph. 2; llurke. l;C.
t ltA,ilp.tAn a alMleolm Htevenaoti. 2! I'rrillln
Hlrvenaon, 2. Philadelphia O. C.-(loala earned.
2; by handicap, a; penalties, iv. ioai, mj.
Kreeboolera-Ooala earned, 10; by handicap, );
lenalllr, H. Total. W, Reffree-Flalie.
Vrl-rrana Snlfrr llrfrat.
Special Cabl Dtipateh lo Tub Sis.
Hamilton, Hermuda, Aug. IS, When
stumps were drawn late to-day the Her
muda garrison was an easy victor over
the New York Veterans In their two
day cricket match. The locals finished
their first Innings, bringing their total
to 214, whereas the visitors, with H4
In their aecond Inning, nine out, ran
their score to 217, being beaten with a
full Innings to spare. The best battera
for the Veterans to-day were C. Simp
son, 48. and L. B. Hretx, 21 not but.
Tho Hamilton Cricket Club will opposo
tka New Yorkers to-morrow and Friday.
PROTESTS SEEM IN STYLE.
Alva. Illxlr and Atlclnlde Chnrgctl
With I'onlsi Latter Itnled Out.
muri.oN, 1.. i Aug. IS. Thirty-four
boats sallril In 'the first regatta of the
second annual cruise of the (treat Houtli
Hay Yacht Itnclng Association off this
port to-day. The wind was light and
from the south, giving the boats n beat
for the first leg, a reach on the starboard
tack for the second leg and a gybe nnd
another reach home. The larger boats
sailed the course three times. Toward
the close the wind lightened considerably
and backed Into the east, allowing soma
of the smaller boats an opportunity of
(.am-lntf aiilHtfii If .ri hnnin
Interest" centred principally In the I (
(lass. It Is Impossible to nnnounce tn j
winner of the division ns the craft all I
have to be remeasnred. J. W. Overton's
Ahn Wns the first to finish. The boat
wns protested by J. W. Lawrence, owner
of Kid, who claimed Hint he was forced
about while on the stnilxianl tack nt the
start of tho race.
In the Q class, which, on both actual
and corrected time, was won by Dixie,
the winner was protested by It. II. Post,
owner of Constance, who claimed that he
did not have room nt the second mark.
The only dlsaunllflcatlons were In the
cat boat divisions of the t'nqua Corinth
Inn Yacht Club, and In the 11 H cnthoat
class. In the latter division Adelaide was
disqualified for fouling a mark, nnd
among the Alnltyville boats Vtiquannma
was not recognized, aa she cnrrled no
class letter or number.
The winners In the other divisions were
ns follows : Nyssn, Sylph, Mollusc, Ethels,
Happy, Whltehope and wee Win. The
races were mannged by the regatta com
mittee of the Babylon Yacht Club, made
up of T. L. Lane, A. L. Stoutenbergh, K.
F, Coombs nnd Frank Osborn. The boats
leave here to-morrow morning for Say
vllle, where they will sail another race.
NEED OF POLICE DOGS
URGED BY OFFICIAL
Police Head Says Tse of These
Trained Hunters Should
A high official of tho New Yolk police
said vesterdav that If n Properly trained
dog had been available when the boily of
,i rt,,.t , i hciiiuk i (ivn wnue me nem went lor
the murdered woman was found at old5i , fome of ,nc u TfArn ,,,
Spring Grove nt Hpuyten PuyvU last Run- , for 1100, Iteusens lilt, Judson Girl $20.
day night the detectives would have
Immediately been put on the track of
the murderer. There wns the found knife
that bore the scent of the man who had I
uswl It: the hair In tho unfortunate and.
lead woman's flst would have proved of
the greatest help to the dog In his efforts
to discover the whereabouts of the per-1
petratnr of the crlmt Kvcn an ordinarily ! ,
trnlneil dog would have picked tip the line,
thnt the miscreant took after he left his
The snme high official of the dr).ii tmcnt I
further statl to Tnr SL'N reporter that ,
there would not be so many motor truck
robberies If dogs were kept by the drivers i
and the nntmals left In charge of the
trucks when the motor men were other
wise engaged than looking after 111" con
veyance. The use of the carriers' dogs Is cus
tomary in Europe. All London carmen
have a (log and a boy nn their van. Tho
now fashionable Pomeriinlnn dog was ftrat
used as a carriers' dog to guard the prop
erty of the delivery man of other days.
The Sl'N Is tending out Invitations to
high officers of New York State to view
the demonstration of police dogs at Van
Cortlandt I'atk on Saturday, August 23.
Members of the German Shepherd Dog
Club of A met lea ate prepared to demon
strate Just exnetly what their dogs can do
nnd will accomplish.
There will also be an nl fresco bench
show of these Intelligent German dogs.
They will be accommodated In stalls In a
marquee close to the Porter monument In
Van Cortlandt Park.
There will be no charges or admission
fees of uny kind.
PROBABLE WINNERS OF
SARATOGA RACES TO-DAY.
Klrl Hace Anytime. Korfhatrand Ilobert
Serond ltace Son of the Mind, Atute
Third llace-Crobun, lUllih W and Aunt
Fourth Hace-Kallnka, Henanet and Sem.
Fifth Hace Kate K., Working Ivtd and
Sixth Itace Iron Maak, Ilcybourn and
Poo tne r.
SARATOGA ENTRIES FOR TO-DAY.
first Usee Two-yraroldi; aellinc: Ave and
a half furlonca:
ni"iiarvei vueen . ... s
1." Oalaxy 1"4
pony a .
Race Three-year-olna and upward:
a strepiecnaee: aoout t
Son of the Wind.. I.VMIluckthorn
Aetule liTIHiimllity ..
Third Race Twoye.irold Aillra;
lucky: nve ami a nan turioiisa:
ion ivift .. .
lliiOataxy .. ..
I4)Aunt Mamie ,
Fourth Race Three-year-olda and
mam; handicap; one mile:
IO.'i Alao rllxible:
Filth Race Three year-olda and upward: scll-
inr: one mile;
im,ntar anrrp. , :i
luSJudte Walser W
'.OIITowton Fiild I'M
m;ltollin Stone M
xin Hace Ail si.e
handicap; tcren fur-
loo llelamour ,
'6 Soaius ,
Apprriulce allowaiKT pounda claimed.
SARATOGA TURF JOTTINGS.
MAitATOOA. Au. II. William (inrth.
trainer for Hal Parr, was dl.itlmlrd with
the way in wnicn aocKe iiutwru nsnuieu
Mr. Parr's Rxcirtor in- the fifth rare, lis
announced hla Intention of keeping Hut well
on the ground so far as the I'arr horaea
are concerned, uartn nun ine coniraci tor
nrst call on niilwells senkea. lie )
that the rruck rider pull" up too aoun when
In races and la not amenablt to discipline
In the liable routine,
Kmptoyses of the Klertrlc Light Compsnv
works a Schenectady had three hunches to
day In which Light ngured. Two of them
were auccesaful. Lady LUhtln and Light o'
M' Life, but .the third. Mimic Light, gave
the nunrn piaysra a nau run.
Auauat Uelmont will ha here to-morrow
to attend the meeting .0 the slewarda of
k. fnitliau Th. Vla,,n .... u lit k
Included In th business.
A two-year-old will try hla speed for the
flrtt tlma against aged horaea to-morrow If
Itoamer goa to in noai tor in an aid
handicap. In which Iron Mask haa top
weight snd I aked to glv thirty-six pounda
1 ABartw wilier craca youngaitr.
M. AND M. WON BY
REUSENS, GEERS UP
Afred Driver Scores Ills Sixth
Victory in $10,000 Stake
in Fierce Race.
TKXARA GETS EMILY HEATS
Mnddpn's Favorite Near JU-curd
in Second, Then Loses
Next Tli roc.
IbrrnoiT, Aug. 13. In one of the mot
tli'Kperntcly fought ronlet In the history
of the event the chestnut gelding
Reuens, driven by Pop Oeem, won the
llO.OOn M. nnd Al. stako this afternoon.
Heat nfter heat, It was fiercely contested,
the favorite, Tenara, winning the first two
In haul drives with Santos Maid and Jud
son Girl, then being beaten In tho next
two by llcuscns In close finishes.
The fifth heat wns u two horse battle
all the way between the pair of heat win
ners, Heusens drawing away In the stretch
and winning from the tired Tenara bv an
open length. The fastest heat In the race
wns the second. In 2:06, by Tenara,
nlthln half a second of the reconl for
the stake, made In 1307 by Sonoma Girl.
She looked good then to capture her fouith
big stako of the season. She fouub
gamely every foot of the way, but ap
pealed to tire badly at the close.
It wns Ocers's sixth M. nnd M.. and no
olher driver had captured the classic on
lore than two occasions. Tteusens, the
winter. Is the property of S. R. de Bidder
o,' Loiiievllle. former Consul to Brussels
um:ei President Taft. The sire of the
winner Is owned by a negro In Kentucky.
Prcbably the most disappointed men at
the track :t the conclusion of the M. nnd
M. were John Madden nnd his sons, V.i
and Joseph, the owners of Tenara. The
attempt to reduce the record of the race
In the third heat probably cost the Mad
den marc the victory. In opening up n
gap of ten lengths along tho bnckRtretch
Andrews made a fatal mistake. The
effort cost Tenara the speed which she
neeuen to stall oft Rcusens s rush on the
Tenara was an overwhelming favorite.
1 field S. Tho summaries:
2:21 cli-i trottinc
4 in 6; the M. and M.
Iteuvna, ch g., by Prince of India
-Mla Sllro. by go (Oeersi ... 4
Tenara, h. m . br Hoko (Andrenai. I
Judeon Olrl. b. f. (Cox) J
Santo Maid, br. t (N. Gradyi. ... 2
Star Winter, b a- (McDonald) .. 4
Creneote. b r. (Hay) .1
Tinie-2:o,, !:'. 2.07V.. 2:09i.
1 2 2 i
: 3 i .1
I I Ur
2:04 cl.iaa naclnr: 2 in 3: uurie. ll.Di:
tt llilrn. .If ), h bf Tl. Horn.
fopy. by Jee Pennlnxion (Whitney) 2 l
jnV0ho"' ' e ' br M"n,rr ,
Our Colonel, b. h ij. D. jonesi ' . . i
sTKOUSMO MILES THROUGH NEW
ENGLANtTS SCEXIC WOsOEnt.sO
Connecting the Molt Famous Reiorti
The finest hotels, the moat
magnificent M-ener,i, the het
roads, are all included on tl
rest lntertale hliibual.
If Imoiii.1 for tlif. llrLablrM.
Ilhlte Mountain or lsue, Ine
Ideal Tour la the Ideal War.
The Ideal Tour Route Hook
and map free by mall from
AI.MON' C. .It'llll,
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or on application nt
110 llroadway, New York.
TAKE THE IDEAL TCUR
JM of the hotels will remain open
... .....w. ... anvininiuaair in
rrra.lna Fall Touring I'atrunage.
Till: . III.TON Watrrbiiry. Conn
nor :i, asplnwai.i. unol Mai..
' W'L(). IHICSK Mauche.ler. VI
TITi: CUANI.IDI'.N . Sunapce Ijikc. N!. II
Ni:w I'ltOflLK HOt'Si: I'rollir House N. 1!
Till! MOUNT WASHINGTON I llrcllon
THK Mol'NT PLKASANT (Woods, N. H
litAWroHD Hol'.S'K..Crawfonl Notch. N. II
I'Ol.ANI) SPHLVd liot'.si: 1 Poland Spring
MANSION HOUSi: . j Maine.
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HO nil. W KNTWOHTH New Caatle, N. II
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HOTKI. IIIIPN.SWICK lloaton. Mai...
HltlAHCI.IfT I.OIUIK HrlarcllftMannr.N.Y.
IN TIIK MOl'.NTAlNn OF HKHKSIIIHK.
ON TIIK 1 1) HAL TOt'lt,
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The moat acceaalhle Mountain Itesort
noii'i, ine enure or motor touring, ile
llehtfullveltltated for a li.imnn.nl aolntirn
Hedrcurated and fifty new baths thla vear.
in AuguM the Uerkahlrra are at their
brut, Unjr, trnnl. riding, motoring amlrtj
cool, lnlgurutlng air at aa elevation ofl
I , v w irri,
I'NIIKII HAMK MANAORMRNT
in the nei-nlu Naucatcrk Valley, the
ai.imM,. iu nir nrrKPIlirva,
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',. Wtst Virginia
III th Mauntalns
faawk aTLr.ll tl I -k . ,
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hthl. Pre ry MMrtn Cons ntu t.
Th prewni Motrl now nxn. Nfw
JIUtoM UoiUr r40rir optn
New York Stale guarantees the waters snd
offrrs them to you free. Ua thing facilities
greatly Improved for 111.
Beautiful country for motoring, with
pleasant exeurtlonb to near by rcsorta. All
Let ua And a hotel or boarding place for you.
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tlon. Address PUBLICITY COMMISSION',
Doom 42, The Arcade, Saratoga Springs, N, v.
Ttollle Temple, b. m. (Murphy) t I 4
Foole Prince, ch. h. i Pitman) 4 4 3
Kilwnrd n,, b. r. (Stokes) I I I
Onrdoii Prince Jr., blk, h. lKrln 7 4 dla
Tlme-2:0'4, 2;olH, S;0H,
2:0.". etas pacing; 2 In 1; alske. I2.M0:
Flotier Direct, b nt., by Direct Slor
Arsyle Olrl (Whitehead) 1 1
Walter Cochato. blk. h. (Left a (leers i 4 2
Lontworth II , h h. (Murphy) 1 3
y.ombrewer, b m. iSnnwi 2 du
2:10 rlaan parlnir: 3 In 51 purse, 11.000:
Csbel, br. h.. by Osmbetta Wilkes, dam
by A Ml I a ml Wilkes (Cox 1 1 1
Htrslhatnrm, b. h. (Murphy) 3 2 2
Fanny Htnnton, b. m iDndxri 4 3 1
Silver Diamond, ro t, (Stokes) 3 4 4
Tlme-2.o.'A 2:iV 2;oiH4,
LEADS FIELD BY TEN STROKES.
PnrtrldKe lre Wind In Medal
llnnnd al Wnnlrnuck.
OllEAT HAItfllNOTON, .Mil's., Aug. 13.
liwUht P.uttldge. with a 73, took the
gold medal from n strong Held In tho
qualifying round of the annual Invitation
tournament of the Wyantctiuck Golf Club,
which opened to-iluy, A heavy wind made
small scotlng dllllcult, as may be judged
whin such players as O, C. Stanley, O.
II. I.yail, T. II. Iloyt and G. T. Hrown
trailed ten or inuie strokes behind tho
An exceptional combination happened
when O. T. Hrown, playing the IM) yard
fourth hole, broke his Iron on the ten
stroke, the head of the club flying linn
the swamp and the ball Into the hole,
registering u one. Three sixteen quali
fied. The summary:
Dwlght l'artrldite, 73; 0. T. nrown,
Wysntenuck, 13; (1 II l.vnll. Hellevue. S;
C 11. MeOovern, S; H. C. Carroll, Knoll,
wood, nil (I. C Htantey, Wynntenuck, ;
M. H. Kascche. I.archmont. . IJ. Hap-
fond, Kharnn, 17, K. A, MhofTod, Apawamta,
4; A. Vy. Ilancoik, Meiacomet, at: J.
rihepnrd, .lr, Itho.le llnnd C C S4t N. 11
y.llgler, Dvkir MeailiiK. 49. I. M, Cole,
wesiflelit, , A. K, Whltnej. Wysntenuck,
90. .1 .V. Teller. Rnglennnd, ?1
Second Sixteen A Canon. Hrandfnrd, 41;
II M .lohnaon. Itlxerweat, !3, tl. I.. Taylor,
Mount r!i.rett. 93 tlernbl Hsgleeon. Sharon,
ft. J. I). I'eter. ilrernulth. 9.'.. It. 8
Jarvle. Saegklll, 9r, II D. Tkhnor. Sarnfleld,
9, Dr. II Coihln. Apawamle. OK, A. N.
KnlKht. Ilainni, 96. W II. Mnbel. Ardslev,
S7, Lawrence Schwtrt. Sharon, 97. H
Hlchmond, lluftalo city Club, iH, .1 It Mend,
WMnteninit. ?': T l.okoo,i, ilreenu'lch.
100. (- K. Drown, wjanienuck, 101), u. It.
Csdv, Hartford, 101.
I Third jSlxleeu It. T. Cole. Norfnlti. 103;
M. I.eatrr, Sharon, 104, T. Ilradley, Apa
1 UARil., 10.', H. (). .Ioce, Mount Hterett,
10s. (i. S, Hawthorne, Wv.intenmk, III), J
MrKxerv I'w.irnt. 110. tl II Damon.
M'oodlawn. 110, Htrry Douglas, Wyan
i l.nuok,. 112. (' II Itaymonil, i'nw lliook,
lis, W T Dav. Wy.int.'nurk, 117. K Shel-
don. W antenilck, 108. .1 S Stoiw Wyan
, tpnurU. 10... W. .1. llrov.-ii. Wvmtennrk. tit!
II. It. Cole. Mount Kverett. 1st F2. Trail,
Mount i:erelt, 122; J. i' (Joddard, llotch
MATCH GOES TO JACK LEYBURN.
Ilents Clinrlle Mnck In tttrnlarht
llente,v Murk fur Ciilinn.
Jack Leybtirn, owned nnd driven by
Nat Ward, defeated Charlie Mack, with
Henry Smith up. In their special match
race j eslcrtiay on the Hrooklyn Speedway.
Jack lyburn won In straight heats.
In it special pace, to beat 1 ;nt Cuban,
owned and driven bv George Snedeker,
wns timed in 1 :02. The time is the fast
est made on the Speedway this year.
The class ,. pace furnished thrilling
racing. Then- were three starters.
Doctor Three t beating Kentucky Hell and
Nettle Direct In strnlght heats, the nrst
by h scant nose.
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