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Capacity of Spacious Belmont Park Tested by Holiday Racegoers Miss Marie Wagner Regains Form
THE SUN, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1915.
FLYNN BEATEN BY
COFFEY IN NINTH
Kircnum's Loft llniid Is Ittully
Diiiiincd, and Sponge
Is Thrown Up.
FORTY THOUSAND WATCH
HIGH NOON WIN TOBOGGAN
Racing Comes Back Into Its Own With Whoop and
Hurrah as Great Holiday Throng Thrills at
Sight of Stirring Finishes.
10.0110 AT OPEN A IK FIGHT
Jim fnffi-y earned I he rlrht to tlslit
J. ll"ril mi Labor Hay ly iltfeatltifc
Jlni Kl i- the rueblo llrcimm. in the
ncn sir iirt'iiu nt the HrlRhton Heach
rjeetra.k last nll?ht before a crowd of
nearly 1 """ persons, many of whom
(re'w. men. The erowd yelled with (If
8M wnen the fireman was obliged to
,,ui in Hi. ninth round because of a
Udly diMi.ised left hand, which was
useless nf'er the start of the seventh
Oh two occasions the Irishman was
In dancer- In the n.-ond and fifth
rounds Klynn took nil kinds of blows
(nr the .halve of landing a knockout
nJ In t'iee sessions came near doing
It. liilly Gibson anil Joe Joannettc In
Coffey's corner were clearly worried
when the tlreman's heavy wallops got
over, but f-.ffey kept cooler than cither
unit a't-r t e tlfth was nexer In danger.
Kl)nn rushed In the tlrst round, but
Coffey held him on and with n straleht
fft bew.ldecd the fireman. pl.wtltiK a
stiff uppcruit moment lateri All
through the round the Irishman kept
jsirlnp away, usIiir hU left like a
plfton rod. while Klynn tried to cover
up the best he t.iuld.
In the second round the fireman s
ttratecv showed when after making a
half down smart raps he swung his left
with fearful, force and caught CotTey on
the Jaw. The Irishman tottered, but re
entered in a few seconds and kept hui
cpponnii at Ions ranse, pegging away
with his It-ft Near the end of the round
Fljim apaln took a half dozen punches
to land another staggering left.
In the third nud fourth rounds Cof.
ft-4 nnttir.i t honlnc skill came to his
r,-,iie and he took full advantage of
vimn'n txuir defence to pepiier him
When I'lvn'i trle.l to get In the telling
punch Corny cither ducked or side
ftrred and the big blow missed.
Hint's Inst chance for victory came
when ne lanueu a ns;m
liaclng came back with a whoop and
hurrah jes-.erday afternoon when n Joy
ful, almost hilarious, crowd of 40,000
persons cheered James Hutlcr's High
Noon as the thrce-ycar-son of Voter
Noonday Hashed past the Judges a nose
In front of August Ilelmont's Stromboll
In the race
the feature of the Memorial Day enrd
of tile Westchester liaclng Association
at Ilelmont I'ark.
Only n head back wns Yankee No
tions, owned by H. IC. Knnpp, who races
under the name of the Oneck Stable,
and which hud run a giimo race nil
through the lust furlong, to be crowded
Into third place by tho sturdy per
sistency of High Noon and the brilliant
than a neck on Yankee Notions,
while lapped on the Oneck Stable can
diddle were lifter I'rynne, Top o' th'
Morning and Charlcstonlati.
Stroiiiholl Cloaca Willi It null.
SCHOOLBOYS SMASH I
FOUR RELAY MARKS
WESLEYAN SWEEPS COURTS.
Ono Oilier Tied in Mixed Moot
of I)ny nnd Kvojiinjr
MOHH1S rWTt GUTS MIIjB
Four new records were established
and one enualled yesterday at tho annual
...... I.UI. unl.n..la ....i-l,.n cuinea nnd I
All looked to have a chance to over- ......... . ....... I
i,iin i.n .. ...ii.i -,,.,.. f ' cnampinnsmp mays aim fvciiink ink..
HimtiIiiIii limit All Konr KIiirIpsi
mill Tmi Doubles Srtlos.
Miijulbtow.v, Conn.. May 31. Ves
leyan had an easy time with Howdoln
I at tennis on the local courts to-day,
iiiKiiig an six iiiaicnt-s, lour oi shiiki'
and two of doubles. The best set was
between Hopman of Wesleyali and Ladd
of Howdoln, In which the Wesleynn man
went down, S to 7. Hopman won tho
ilrst and third Bets. The summaries :
Slmtles Illi-hards, Wesleyan, defeated
Wlilte, Howdoln. 60, S 2; Hopman. Ves-
"" "eieaiiMi i.a.iu. iioniinin, .,. , . ,,,itlii- n
V. 'il'ullen, Wesleyan, ilereaied lead, J h, I . , H I 1 1 I ..-) W.
Howdoln. 1. 40, 60: Jones. Wes
leyan, defeated Flynt, llowdolii, 00, 60.
Doubles Jones and Itlcliard. Wealevnn, i
ilefesle.l Flynt and l.uild, Hnwdnln. 6 2, . ..... ...
6-1. Fatten ami Hopman. Wcslevan, ilf i YoNKK.nH, May SI. - Marie Wagner,
B'j?',;Jj.hUe ,n1 "'oodm,,n' w'l"l". , Npw y0rk State lawn vnU ch.nni.lon,
i wns the nrlgnt pgni in ine lawn .icnnis
MISS WAGNER GOES
STRAIGHT TO FRONT
New York State Tennis Clinm
pion Oets Two Matclies
August llclmonl's iromuoii i"e ine ie.nior wnen a wnn xnoui '.,.,,,',, ..i, .mMlniiKbliiM held at the' nanny Illdgo knock
for the Toboggan llandlr.,,.. "?m,'!! !" rmW thnjiwh tho stand I J ' "eld. Two rec In the third
of the Memorial Day rd!'"'hS J' "l"
fdirbt. nnd lit tbn
lown on the bunch on the outside. The I .,..;,. ' ., ,,.. i,,i.i, nnd Vandi-rhlll A. r fhnrlle Smith out.
,das!i was so slft and sudden that . onp c,we,j ln thc evening high school j pointed Young ltlcks. The latter pair
.. ... ....... events.
no time for him to heed thc warning. The High School of Commerce ipiartet
If he heard It. It was tho plucky tight ,,r Mover. (llttetHon Usher and Albeit
of Yankee Notions that really won thc clipped four-llfthi of a second off the
race for Itlt-h Vnnn. fne with tlorel'iin vnt-,1 mini- 100 nnmwl rlnss. mark
Hume in with Ktto.-koni. - tournament which etarted on llio ooutts
Danny Hldgo knocked out Young of tho Amackassln riuli Here to-day,
lound at the
race for II gh Noon, for with Horel 410 vard relay. 100 nound class, mark
striving with hand and heel to keep the made In J13 by Hryunt High In winning
Yankee gelding at his throat latch there In B0 seconds. The visitors were pusiied
was not leeway for even the desperate i hard for the honors by Do Vtt Clinton.
-I.,. . ,H . . ... .... .....1 l-P....i,a Unit
riding of Turner to miuecze by. Over
the line tho trio flew nnd It needed thc
rush of Stromboll In the last sixteenth , olllrlal verdict to Insure that High Noon
of the fastest race for this stoke ever ' had won by a nose, with YankeeNottons
n head nacK.
There was solace for August Ilelmont
over the narrow defeat of StrointMUl
held at Ilelmont l'ark. High Noon run
the distance In 1 :09 3-5, two-flfth
of a second better than the mark
set by Harry Payne Whitney's Iron
Mask in 1013.
Fides First Toboggan Winner.
For twenty-two ycaiH tho Tcboggan
HandJcAp has stood as a suptemo test
of speed and the contest jesterday was
worthy of the best traditions of thc
.stake, which has been won by many
grent sprinters slnco August Belmont's
Fides was successful In tho tlrst running
at the old Morris I'ark track. Thc
mlgh.y ltosebeii was the Ilrst to win the
Toboggan at Ilelmont Park, but Judging
by the performance of High Noon yes
terday that son of Voter bids fair to
occupy ns high a place ln the estima
tion of racegoers ns did tho His Train
In his day.
In thc early morning racing had been
on trial In he court house at Mlneola
and rhough Justice Scudder rendered no
verdict none was needed in the after
noon, when New York city and Its en
virons turned out the greatest throng to
testify to the standing and popularity
of tho sport of kings that has been seen
on a local track since the Suburban of
1910 was run at Sheepshead Hay.
Kven the Memorial l).iv nnenlnc nf
. ih fifth, when he Ian. led a rigmi. .. .... ,.
wiinieiniiBe.ini .m.. ...v ,of enthusiastic thousands who took ad
nun wavering for a moment. The nre-1 vatUlw) nf ,he Bir0us weather to
r.in took plenty of punishment In the , ,i,,nonstrato once mor(l thcr belief In
tilth ard seventh rounds, but only I ,he uscfu,lle8g ,)f thoroughbred racing.
Srfnned as Coffey landed his ilgni on i u waH orilery happy, holiday as
the Jaw twice In succession. I Bi.Inblagc. too, and nowhero could b-
Afler the seventh It w-as a question ( noiicci tnc fal!C el,01l thllt comcs ,,..
of Kljnn taking evetythlng. as t,orre , u guccc3,fui wager or the downcast fcil-
when Mission captured the flrand Na
tional Steeplechase in his colors from
it Held of good .lumpers. The daughter
of Itock Sand had to do her be?t to
defeat Klnlore, which can led the Hitch
cock colors, and took the lead half way
with Stusvesant and Hrasmils Hall
The second relay mark to go was In
the one mile event, unlimited weight.
The Morris four of II. Schulman. J.
Taub, .1. Ilonapnrte and H. Halestlcr
elroulied the track in 3 'mlnuutes 31 4-5
seconds, one and four-lifths seconds
fai-ter than thc previous best lime, made
by Manual Training In Him.
were colored welterweights.
MONTREAL RACING RESULTS.
First ll.iee Helllngi one mile anil a six
leenth ll.iby SIMer. I0 I.Utonl. 4 lo t.
2 In 1 an. I even, won, Hhepherdess, )0'J
(Ainliro.o), 5 to , t lo 5 ami 7 In 10, ec
on.l, Penalty, It: (llnlamll, In I, 6 to S
and 1 to S. third. Time. l:S0 J-6. Patty
llresn. Iilrd n" Kirkcaldy, Kre.la John
oti. flanley H. Myeeni. Mimeses ami
Kleclrlc also ran.
fer.nd Hne--Kor maiden two-ye trnld,
four furlongs 1-Mills T.. IIS (Metralll.
lo I, 1 to ' anil t to 3, won; Kllly
Dclphla. 10 Olammer), It to I, 6 to 1
and i to 1, ei-nnil, .1. '., VIsln. 10:
I Murphy l, JO u !. 10 to 1 uti.l .'. to 1.
thirl Tim". 0:19 S-S, Hne (Inrdner, Joe
llermteln, l.ele Lett!, Al tlnr.ll, llrl.le of
Point honors In the novice games were i urconwuy, iiorka, Itockmi, Tar Ilruih nnd
won by Do W'ltt Clinton with n total
of 27. Commerce was second with 23
and Morris third with 13. ln the eve
round the last lap. only to be beaten out j nc high events New York Kvenlng
I... .... -.....-I - . . I I l .Via I . .... . . I ..IhI.
ine nupcriur Bficeu in ..ursiun in iiroveii ine ocsi. pitiriiiH ' .,i,.r
stretch run. Ilrooklyn with 15 and Morris with 7
OlrTord A. Co;hrnn scored two noim- were second nnd third respectively. Tho
lar victories with Hoyal Martyr In the summaries:
Ilrst race and Short Hallot In the second.
The third went to the Ilelmont castoff,
Thornhlll, nfter rtepubllcan had run
away for a mile, while In the last the
good thing (lino came home In a gallop
from a Held of three-year-old maidens.
Selltetr: for thrpe. ear-tilil nn.l tittunrd- bv
sulmerlptlon of tlo, with iwu adilnl; rx tur-
iotm. main eure.
Ilorr & Aire. Wt. .Inckey.
lliiyal.Martr,.1 I0. I.llley .
Ilrnomleat, 3 m. . Hughe.
Inly,.-! ion llunoii
DIM. Mhore.J... loi. Ijiu.lcr
Tinkle Hell. 3. 113 Hotel
t.llv iirme. I 117 Sumter
l.ot Fortune, I 113 ( ainpbcll.. 10-1
flood Hart, won ritlarn out: llnyal Martyr,
ch. f. , by liolden Maltn Mary Muart. onel
by Lit Cord A. Cochran; trained by V. II. Mlds-
Selling: for two.year-nld: by subscription
01 :io, uitn usi aiiani, nve anu-a nan lurionis
13-li even la
lS-t .VI I"
3-1 -i S'1
-5 R-3 4
3-1 r-5 4
Kl-I 10-1 l
. ,, u. .vol. (oil the onlv cood hand.
KlKti kept going for one minute and
thlriy-thrw seconds of the ninth round,
when his seconds threw the sponge Into
Ings that follow a losing wager.
I.smnn nnd Slnnrts I'nrkrd.
On the lawn, which was black with
masculine humanity from start to llnlsn
of tho sport, there were groups of nv.M
with nods and passing of tdlps of paper
indicating that some sportsmen wi re
backing their, opinions with substantial
Investments, but thc main crowd In
alillcr llnrlllelil Surprises)
With iKoriiu Attack.
r- . l.n.ln? hoUtH (if
Dr-k.jn Sporting Club held ycMerday i from their seats except to stand up and
aflerncjn at Kbbcts i lclil, me numr ui
Horse A Ace
Short ballot. 5
Suuces, 2, ...
FKh Walk, 7
Wt. Jockey. Price". Fin.
mi, I.llley . 7..1 P
W7 Morya .VI ;-l
112. Duiran . . VI even j"
Iio Drever ....-! 1-1 I
loi era! -l .VJ s
. Id .lanidrr. .SV1 in-1
01 Hopkins... 12-J VI 7
113 MrCahey.. 2s-t s-1 s
m Campbell... .30-1 s-1 0
Cood start: won driving: Short Pallet, eh. c,
by Voter- Carlotta '.. onel by (ilftord A.
Cochran: trained by W. It. Midcley.
t ,e li ooklyn baseball club, proved
Vorlv 15.000 llsht fans, In
ciuilin- a number of women, were in the (
Hand? to see nu
Thellayslde: handicap: riling: for three-year-olds
and upward: by nubsrrlptlon ot 110, with
tan added: one mile:
llorva&Aee. Wt. Jockev. Price. Fin.
. ...!.. n .hniml., n th.. i nornniii. , in nucau i-n um I--
a.,2 " ' ." (; ,M .Miner .a 107 lltutnn 7-2 3-i
the1 ruling odds. Thousands never moved 1 jtcpubllcau. fl. iiii. .liarner . .. s-l 2-& 3
cheer for their favorites ns the horses ..'U 'tart; won n.
wcie locked together In the closing I D. j. Lrary.
strides of a thrilling race. . j-ouilTH HACK.
The crowil was no miCK near tnc nnlsll Th, t..,..,.,, ilandlean: for three.vear-old
ir women, were in ine " ...u ...i... The Tnbnnan llaiidie.ip: rnr tnrec-year-nins
ten round bouts, one line that steps and aisles were blocked and upwarrt-liy subscription of $15: starters to
of which ended with a clean knockout ami lor in nrsi time mis season in.) ?iS.(.i
lid round, In tnis C me.l sri mi in r.. uiu.iu 0re.ec. Wt. Jockey.
t-k-.. ii,,,..i.... nut Younc Johnny who could not get vantage points in the inch Xihhi
, ... i-i... nu'iiv with a t lower part of the stand, Kven the ex- Stromtmil.i
right hook to the J iw, fillowed with a
left uppercut. Drummlo lay u.u on me
Hour of the ring and was counted out.
In the main bout of thc afternoon rrr
tseen -Mike Olbb ns nnd SohJIer Hart
fi.M ti.A iirooklvn man surprised his
neted foe and put up a good ll-iht. Gib-
elusive clubhouse enclosure was lammed jfl'klrr,"f ",s ,,T ,'. '
and tho boxes, which In recent yen's ropii'thM'n'it.silo Huston,
have been siiarsolv occupied, held no , ai'litterirold.i 117 llutuell
vacant seat during the running of tho j II ester Pn-nne .5'"" 1,,',"hry
races. The Infield, vvnere the pelghb.-r- riM'6"!?, iftian '
noon ioik nre anmuiru iree. aio iiem
record crowd of no less than 5,000 per-
lorn won by only the smallest sort of ( sons.
mjrl It looked to inose aroumi ine
uiUi-Uc- us If the St. Paul man wasn't
totng at ids best. Ill the Ilrst four
ro-jnd the Soldier peppered Mike with
Jibs, whll thc St. Paul fighter smiled.
A the rlnth "opened (llbbons caught tho
Solller on the ropes and with nulck rUht
nd left hooks to the Jaw made the clHret
flow from Hartrteld's mouth. The Soldier
was cheertd when he left the ring, (lib
bons wcishid 135 pounds and Hartfleld
In the opening !out Dutch Hrant won
over H.utllng I.ahn. Tiie bout was fast
frm stnrt to Mulsh, both boys putting
up a clean contest.
Mauling l-cvlnsky and Porky Klynn
furn!hed thc second entertainment. I.e
vlr.sky won He weighed 179 pounds,
wl.e-e.is Klynn tipped the scales at IDS,
In the ilnal Al McCoy matle n poor show
in,1 lu-ainst Silent Martin, who waa nub
stltuted for Johnny Howard. In Mc
Coy i cortier were several seconds
thmitgrrut the bout telling Al what to
Jo. The (.ilent man, who Is deaf, had
r-o one In hlH corner. One of his seconds
rtma-kwl. "We only uso the wireless
hen he m tUhtlns."
The ring on the field was put up be
tween home plate and thild base nnd
save a g od view tn all those In the
srandnand Around thc ling were
btreh-s ard boxes. The seating arranse
ire' gave everybody a clear view of
the ',ni u w,ii the Ilrst open air cun
ttit around here In many years.
Only the old betting ring was deserted
and this In spite of the endeavor to put
that enclosure to charitable use by a
dansant for the benefit of the Vacation
2-t 4-5 m
11 -a l-S V
wi :t-i 31H
12-1 vt 4
11-5 i-i n
10- l 4-t 7
30-1 10-1 S
11- S 4-5 T
Coiinlcd us llelmoiu entry.
ll.efi at post,
Coo.1 start: wort ridden out. I Ugh Noon, eh.c.,
by Voter Nuonday. owniil by James Ilutlcr.
tralnot by II. c. Itrnson.
Crand National Sfepleehat-c Handleap; for
War Relief Fund. The fund prorlted for 1 four-) ear-old and upward: by subrrlptlim ot
.1 i .n-,i ,i,.. ,i i,,,i;, 15, starters to pay M5 additional, with ll.im
tickets at half a dollar apiece and then
went on the lawn or grand stand and
promptly forgot there was a dancing
(Inn. n iyfitl Tll A llll nl ttLtVAil llOml-
cally and lured Juat two couples on tho ' ; hupadernii
floor, while one lonely lea party iook
seats for refreshments Just before the
last race. The thousands were there for
racing and they spent every moment In
the open air.
LOUISVILLE RACING RESULTS.
F" Ita.-e -Two-year-old maiden tlllles;
I- -r I . f iur and a halt furlongs Itutn
K 1 I'll ' M i-Tii KKart I. Held, stralnht,
- p . o (f, 311. show 1140, vson, Busy
J" .'i.iiui. plate li.bO, show JI.Iu.
s Ju'lette, Ho (lioonei, nhow
- ih I Time. 0:15 Mia tflcelll,
'- .Miaa A 1 kin, Iiinovittl.in, Violet,
..-- -ie r,tid, Ohlvator, I.ady WorthlnBton
.- n Maid also run. Huth .Strickland.
l n , -i, unit M.ty WorlhlnKton In Held.
-e ita e-Three. year old and up-
..nit. pursa SiiOO, une nille and
o Vimmauretu, a: illunti.
' - 4. .0, place $11 0, huu 14 10,
v a-l !)7 (Martini, plain tu.SO,
o nnd. I.uvelimd. 10J (Drown),
' third Time, 1:17. Charley
' VVIi.m. First venture, Coop
get Moik and I.udy June lirey
. Two year-oM-, purse r.00;
t llinse, 114 iKeoith), alnilRht
13 70. kIiiiw 13 10. won, John,
Milt i. nli.ee 17. to. shuiv 15.40.
J"" f Hiaik ronee. 105 (Oentry). how
i. ' h- .1 Time, 1 :00 35. Jerry, 1'oppee,
lUrr tanner Irrawad.ly and Canturu
" h Usee The Memorial Handicap:
I. on-, h i tail three.vear-old and unw-ard;
" .n ang- llradley' l.'holt-e. 117 KJanal,
,i''h. s so, place 110. how J4.70, woni
'In oiar. 107 Uiantrv). nlace 117.10. show
I'nrnde Kxrllea Admiration.
In such a setting the cheapest selling
race would be magnified to a classic and
thc Aplrlt of the crowd had been raised
to expectations of gieat things by a neck
nud neck finish In thc tlrst race, which
gave an Inkling of the greater struggle
to come In the Toboggan. It was a
handsomo collection f horseflesh that
paraded to the post with the thieo Ilel
mont candidates. Hock View, Stromboll
nnd Kllttergold, leading the way. Itock
View's victory earlier In the week made
him the pick of thc trio, but there wero
many who pinned tneir laun in me ,
Helmont Stable, mnlnly on Stromboll, I
which had so handsomely rewarded
them by winning the Metropolitan Handi
cap on the opening day. Iloth carried ,
top weight or 127 pounns aim noui nau
high class riders in Dugnn and Turner
respectively. Fllttergnld lso had a
notol rider In Hutwell, who made hll
first appearance at tho meeting.
The Helmont entry opened first choice,
but went to It to 5. while High Noon
closed nt 2 to 1. Tup o" th' Morning,
though well supported, closed nt 7 to 2,
with Ysnkee Notions next In demand
nt S to 1- There was some support
for Hester Prynne at 10 to 1, and
Chnrle'tonlnn was played from 20 down
to 12, but old Spring lioaru, wun nine
left of his former speed, was neglected
at 30 to 1.
Horse A Aire, Wt. Jorkcy. Price. Fin.
Mission s . . lis Havnc.. . . C-5 7-10 1"
Ki-nlnre.l 135 F.W llllams . .V2 1-5 2
ChcrrvMal'tce 153. Powers s-l 3-1 3"
Sjosscu.5 . 112 ll,Wllllams..lo-l 4-1 I
1M loan. -i i-
lliillybay.5 ll Allen . 7-1 6-2
lleluvpil. Time. 5.32.
Cood start: wnn driving. Mission, br. m., bj
Hork .saw! .Miscivinps nunrii ny aucuh iici
niot, tralneil by S. c lllldrcth.
Fur maiden three-) ear-olds; purse, $100: Mx
lloree & Alfe. Wt. Jockey,
Olno.3 . KU fiarner .
SKratoea.3 112 Ilreyer .
Sand Marsh.3. 112 Hyrne .
lii .-oian. ..
inu, llrrsch. .
107 Sumter .
Cood start, won easily; (ilno, hr. g.. bv Ham
burg Kugenlu lltireh: owned by I.. S. Thouip
sou; trained by A. Simons.
Hrn D.ile.3 .
Sorrento, 3. . .
Turn Turtle J
O-lil 1-3 I'
13-5 7-10 2
.10-5 even 3'
IVI VI I
30-1 S-l 5
30-1 H-l H
.50-1 IVI 7
.30-1 h-l S
Iron Musk. 122 (MvTuKgart).
bird Tlmo, l!l2. I.coclure.
F.d Crump and llobert llradley
II- K ,
, K'b" Hare- -Pursa; for four.year-olds
M upward, on mtle and an dghth
d ' or nil (Ott), tralxht Ml. 10,
fiV'J'O 'how t. 10. won: Klylni Ket.
1M Ti-Hrleni place 14.30. how 11.70, e
J Cordis F, 101 (Ulslunon), show 14. JO,
iV.. ri,n' Any Tort. Ill Dlpptr
110 (IoI.lv ulln ran
elh Hace Pur; for thr.yer-old
7?r uwurd, i rurloni uars ami niara,
HI (')i,try), stralrht 15.70. place $J.0,
,l, I,,,.-, (7 0, Hllow 40 ,Coiiil; Hob
lltnsiey io (Neylon). how 14.30, third,
I'me 1 iZ Dr, Larrlck. Father Itlley,
IliirU View llrlnjn Slnrl.
Far mi the long stretch of
the nine hlghstrung racers twlblnl and
turned, with Hock View, true lu form,
breaking up start after start by wheel
ing around and kicking up Ills heels,
Tho disorder spread and the long
anxious wait wuh not ended until some
time alter a switch hail been plated
on Hock View nnd he wns held firmly
by an assistant starter. Then thc
Ilelmont crack paid tho penalty for hi
disobedience, for when tlno flag fell
to an otherwUo good start Hock View
waa left kicking nnd plunging at thc
Thcro was lust one cry of regret be
fore all eye-i were turned on the flying
M.slda r.pr-il aaros. th track and
with High Noon already In the van
headed for tfie straightaway dash of
six furlong, with victory at the end.
Top o' th' Morning uphold his repu
tation for early peed by clinging cloio
to the Hutler candidate, but before thn
first quarter had been covered the
Tight was so close for second pluco
that It was hard to tell Just which was
the Immedlato pursuer of High Noon,
iinolnir thu. they reached the lnrt
furlong-pole nnd there with halt a dozen
liorseB closely bunched th sight was
enough to set the blood of the most
burdened racegoer tingling. Borcl, on
POSSIBLE WINNERS AT
BELMONT PARK TO-DAY.
First Itare llamrosch, Ilnnds Off,
Second Itare Hr. Knenner, Ilnli
Third Itace Femlnlit, Sprint, Va
riety. Fourth lines r.lla Ilrysnn, Perth
Fifth Itace Old Knit, FrIJolee,
Sixth ItBfe Amalfl, Al IJlorh,
TO-DAVS BELMONT PARK CARD.
4 40 Vard llelny. 100 Pound Clasa Won
hy Commerce, with Meyer. Olttelsnn. Csher
nnd Alperti D Witt Clinton, with Mur
KOlt, ltlrsh. Lehrer nnd IJlelnhauser, sec
ond: Stuyvesant, with Cohen. Strumer,
Al.ott and Pollack, third; F.rasmus Hull,
with Franken, Flcier. llreen and Hotting,
fourth. Time, 50 eronds. New record.
50 Yard Itelay, 120 Found Class Won
by Commerce, with Wllltehoile, Cohen.
Ileleh mid Felner, Morris, with Hloih.
Wlthus. Pelr.ie.-lnl and l,efkowll. se.-ond:
F.rasmus Hull, with Flshorter. Orr, llrown
ami Voorhees. third; Hryunt. with Sutler
elatl. Taxt. Kraemer and Dousseau. fourth.
Time. 1 ttilnule 41 3-5 second.
One Mile llelay. Cnlltnlleil Welch!
Won by Morris, with II. Schulman. J.
Taub. J Honaparte and K Hulestler;
Manuvl Training, with A Itellly. r Titus.
.1 l Park and .1 .Meaith-r. nnd. I
Wilt Clinton, with A. Carter, II. Larson.
I.. Illilo and K Fltipalrlck. third. Time.
i minutes 31 1-5 seconds. New record.
100 Vard Dash. Junior Won by J
llvrth. Curtis. Waterman, llrusmus Ha '.
second; A ..hoeiista.lt. Kvander Child".
third. A. Qiiatfusel, Ilryant. ourtn. lime.
100 Yard Dash. Senior- Won by Collins,
Coinmerre: C. ilorlsse. Curtl. second; J.
lltiie. Stuyvesanl. third; Me)er. com- ,
::o Van Hash. Junior won ny water
mitn. i-:r-isinus nan: r;. I'erinian. 3iom.
second: J. tloldherg, Uvander rhllds, third;
Iilumcntnal, eastern 1'iairict. lourin
Time, 21 1-5 seconds.
0 Yard Dash, senior won By A.
Smith, Morris; I- ItablnonIM, Morris, sec
nnd. A. ltelcher. Sluvrsant, third: T
Msselson, De Witt Clinton, rourth. Time,
23 3 -5 s on.ls.
140 Y.ir.l Dash Won hy O. T. .lobe.
Kvander Child. J. ItursTle. Manual Train
ing, second. Keldan. De Witt Clinton,
third; Sunacore. Kastern District, fourth,
Time. 55 1-5 seconds.
no Yard llun Won by H. Morton,
Manual Train nr. A. Itoane. De Witt C In
ton. second; V. Sassulsky. lloj Hlrh
third: '. Wyss. Stuyvesant. fourth. Time,
2 minutes d 4J seconds
rls; llli-kles. Comnierce, ssennrt: J Van !5k
Delft. Commerrlal, third, Hose. Conimsr e I
120 Yard llleh Hurdles Won by Teaney. 1
fommerce: J. Npiro, De Will ' Inton see-
t On...... IV. - Ifntr . .-.KCCl
Time, la 3.5 econds.
220 Yard Mw- Hurdles Wnn by Teaney.
(iiiiiiier.-e, KurUman. De wilt Clinton,
J Splro, De Witt Clinton, fourth, Time
a-.i -. i.iuia, .
Pole Vault P. Lent, Far Itockaway, J 1 Ss
feel 3 liu-hes; P Strickland, Far Hock-
away. feet, second, l I'oey, F'ushlng. j sss
:i feat, third: 17. Tyinan, Far rtockuway, i
J feet, fourth. S
l.uillll.m illKIl u Ulllr - , fill llj ,
K'lmtilid.. Stuvssant. 5 feet 5 Inches:
Cohen, Commi-rre. 5 feet 4 Inches, second. I
K ikiw. .Munusi Traiiiinr. 5 reel I inebes,
third, W llraunilelu, Morris, 5 feet ;
12 Found Shot Put Won by rt Smith.
Flushing. 3s feet 7'4 Inches; .1 Splrn, lie
Witt Clinton, 3 feet Ik, Inches, second
J A. Arneth. Far Itockaway. 3 fen '
Inch, third. D. Carlek, De Witt Clinton.
34 fret '. Inch, fourth.
fitinnlim llroul Jump-Won by W
l.Uas Hi- Will ("Intnn. li fett 71, Inches
A I -t !...-) I . H - HlKh. I? ferl k, Im li. ec
und W Umenberc. Morris. Ill ten I
Inches, third. Ilonche. M.uiuil Training,
IS feet l's Inches, fourth
DUrus Throw -Won by II Ashley. D
Wilt Cdnton. It fct s In. hes, F Dad
darlo. Ilryant, 1C3 feet 10 In. hes. second
IllKHlns, Krasmus 1 Ih II, 0 feet 2 Inches,
thli.l. A Maslnn, Fluihlns, sH feet
Point Scnr. -De Witt ('Union. 27 Com
mer.e. VS. Morris. U, Far Hoekawiiy 15
Mai.ual Training. II. Sluyveaant, 10 F.r.is
inus II ill. 10. nvandcr child, 9. Flush
ing, s Curtis. ; lo High. 5, Hryunt,
4. Hasicrn District. 2. Cnmmcrlal, 2.
IIVF.NINC. IIKIII OHAMPIONSHIF
100 Yard Dish- Won by A Pendleton,
Morris, II. Illchurdsnn. Harlem, ond
.1 i' Donnell, New York, third Tlnu
10.1-5 seconds. New reiord
0 V.t.l Utah. -Won li It Mrhllitfs N'nw
York. 11 Itlchards.in. Hirletn. second A i
P-nd'etnti. Morris, third, C. Ita sion, New1 S$J
York, fourth. Time, 23 1.5 seconds. New JS
1 10 Yard Dash Won by It. SchuUe, New I
V...L l ll.inli.ir. Kew Vnrk. .ntonil D. . sSS-
HoiiKherly, Ilrooklyn third. N. Mavulre,
llro'ik'yn, fourth. Time, a s cun.ls Nei
S0 Yird Itun Won hy A. Holly, nasi
Side 1-:. Camp. New York, second . H.
Ilenel. New York, third. (I Trefry,
t....iri. n ..ui.,!. -rt.mt -J niliuil,.u ? 3.f.
.... . -
Jilt. .llin IU1I .,,.11 I.J ... I ,,..r ,,n,t, I
Harlem, A. llulieborsh, New- lork, sic
nml . .1. Anthony. Stuyvesant, third. I,
Wig, New York, fourth. Time, i mltiutt
4 5 seiond.
Ilunnlfig nrovd Jump Won hy fl
Trefry. Ilrooklyn, 10 feet k Inehn. D.
Doimberty. Ilrooklyn. 19 feet I. Inches,
sicnnd, J. Doris, New York. IS feet 4
Inihe. third. J. Patton, New York, 1,
feel 3. Iticlus, fourth.
1. I'olltlU wnoi l-.ll ..'"I ti .. r I. irrs.
New York, 43 feet H Inches, A. Sewond
Incer. New- York. 31 feel !'j Inches, ate
ond. J .lohinnlug. Ilrooklyn. 31 feet o'i
Inches, third. O M. Osbler, Brooklyn, 33
fcei 3'. Inches, fntirtn.
Point Score New ork, 38. Ilrnnkly
15: Morris. 7. Harlem, , i;ast Hide,
Itliblfax also ran
Third Hare -Six furlongs; sailing Jin
mont, 94 (Acton). I to 5. 1 tn 1 and out.
wnn. Irish Heart, 95 (Collins), 10 to 1,
4 lo I nnd 2 tn I, second, Maturka, 111
iMetcalfi, 30 In 1, 10 to 1 and 5 tn 1,
third. Time. 1:14 4.6. t.ady SpemllhrPl.
Daisy Stevens. Sarolta. Kuyderoseros, Lilly
I'axton. Perpetual, Maid of Frome. t'terpe.
Mama Johnson and Mercttrlam also ran,
Fourth Itaie The Juvenile; two years;
nve-elgblh of a mile; selling King Nep
tune, 101 Hlnldsteln). I to 1, 8 to 5 and
nut, wnn; Pesky, 101 (Schuttlnxer). i to 1.
3 to 5 and nut. second; Peep Sight. 101
(Clavr). : tn 5, 3 tn 5 nnd nut. third.
Time. 1:00 35. (lolrien 1.1st also ran.
Fifth Itace Twn-year-nldst four and a
half furlongs Anita. 101. tn 1. 3 to 1
and 1 tn 2. wnn; Cincinnati, 101, 7 tn 5,
7 to 10 and 1 to I, sacond; llroonistraw.
103. 10 to 1. S tn t and even, third. .Time,
n.Si 1-5 Irttlti (link. Marsrsret o. Smiling
Mingle. King Tusrun and Phil Cnger also
Sixth Haie - One tulle and seventy yards
Flv Home, 103 (Cooperl, 9 to 5. I to 5
and 2 tn 5. won: Star of I,ne. 12 (Fnre
hand). Ms I, I Is I and even, second;
t'eiebrltv. 97 (Acton). 6 tn 1, 2 tn 1 nnd
I tn 5 third. Time. t!45 3-5. Kndtiranee.
l.ady Splrltliellr. Valass, Italncoat. Kazan
and Slnal also run
Seenth Ita. e Four-year olds nnd up
ward, purse $100- one mile and a sixteenth
Cuttyhunk. 109 ICooprr) 2 to 1, 7 tn 10
imt 1 tn 3, w .n (Serrar.l, 111 ISehui
!ner. In 1. 2 to 1 and even, as. ond.
Zodiac. 106 (Forhand), 4 In 1, 7 to 5 and
3 to 5 third. Time, 1;49 1-5. Clinton,
Ileau Fere. I,nve Day. Heaumont, Helle
an-l Hose O'Nell n!sn ran.
TRINITY BOWS TO WILLIAMS.
Ilritlrit In l-lvrry .Hatch tiy Star nf
Home- Ti-nnls Tcnm.
W'ii.i.iamstow.v, Mass., May 31. The
Trinity tennis team went down to de
feat at the hands of W'llllnms here this
morning by u score of to 0.
Capl. Cutler had little illfllculty with
Hdsall of Trinity, the former New Eng
land Intercollegiate title holder. Cut
ler won tho first set S to 3, The
visiting captain had a good comeback
In, the second set and nearly forced
Cutler lo drop a set when he had him
.1 to 4 nnd set point twice In tho game.
Long volleys characterlied Hie match
throughout, and Cutler used Ills chop
stroke very effectively.
Maynard gave his opponent only
nne game In his singles match, but
Itockwood had a little trouble with
Nllcs, giving him the second set at
I. In "the doubles Cutler and May
nard presented an Impenetrable front
at the net to Kdsall an Nllrs. Tho
Mnsles -Cutler, Williams, defeated Kd
all. Trinity, s .1. 75: Maynard. Will
lams, defeated Mitchell, Trinity, t,
c 0, Itockwnod, Williams, defeated Nlles,
Trlnltv, ; -. I -s, 12; llrnwn, Williams,
defeited llanllng, Trinity, S 0, 0.
Doubles- - til'- r and Ma) nurd. William,
defeate.' ' i' and Nlles, Trinity, r, 0,
- 1, It i I nnd Temple, William,
defeated Hi ling and Peck, Trinity, 03,
WRIGHT AND JOHNSON'S TITLE.
l-'uitiT nnil Currier In
S In tr TcnnU Flnnl.
Hosto.v, May .11. Irving C. Wright
and Harry C Johnson vvon the Massa
chtiolta tennis doubles championship at
IJrne Hurn In-day, defeating .1. W. Fou
ler and It. M. Currier In a hard fought
live t Ilnal, Theae teams defeated
lliclr opponents In the snnl-flntil matches
this morning. Wright and Johnson win
ning In straight sets from Kellehcr and
Pfaffman and Foster and Currier de
feating Field nnd Sedgely, also in
straight sets. Thn summaries! :
Seml'lln! Hound W'rlicht and Johnson
defeated Kelleher and Pfarfman. I.
63; Foster and Currier defeated Field
nnd Sedgely, (11. 3.
Final Hound Wright and Johnson de
feated Foster and Currier, 00, 79, 2 C,
MILITIAMEN WIN AT TENNIS.
VON BERNUTH POOR,
GATCOMB IS WORSE
fcipitil-fiiinl on (Iron I Nock
Courts MnrkiMi by Wt'inl
FAIR HALLS AUK SCAHCE
Stw nihanced to the semi-final round
of the woman's singles, winning two
matches on tho way In four straight
rets, wltli tho loss of only one game.
Miss Wagner met Miss (lerlrilde I Till
and Miss Josephine Martin. The latter
Micceeded III taking tho lone game from
Miss W'sgner In the Ilrst set of their
Miss Wagner Is no! n stranger to
tho Aumekfl'sln courts, for she had
her name lii'icrlbed on tho cup when
.1,. i, ,.,i tlin lonmi mnnt twn VMfs
ago. Mli Clare Cassel, who Is playing
In Philadelphia this week, won the tour- Unit
nnmcill lasi jnir. I ll' Ulin-i iminra ,
on the cup are ails i-.ii7.ancui aioore.
Mis. Frederick Schmlts and Miss Ade
H. Henderson of the I'nlverslty
Heights Lawn Tennis Club advanced
to the fomth round In thn men's
singles. Ill Ills thl'.i' matches he did
not loe n set and dropped only fifteen
gamcti, ten of which Were won by Ids
first round opponent, H. W. Forster,
whom he heat 9 7, fi 3. Ilia other
victories wcro scored over K. Nolan,
who took only one game from him,
and S. II. Howe. The eummarles:
Men's Singles, First Hound llugene
Nolan defeated O. II lllggs, . --3. TT
K. II. Henderson defeated II. W. Forster.
--7. r, -3.
Second Hound C. I.. Johnston. Jr.. won
from M, McC.uIre by default. Norman
Johnson defeated H. H PfKram. --!,
61 . I,. H Croley defeated Leslie V.
Iloldnson. 1210. T.--7. 63. K H Smith
defeited tlernar.l Wiseltler. 6- 3. 61, F,
P Fuller defeited Thomis Moore, 61,
6 2: Ingo Huttman defeita.l itenrgn S.
(Iroisbeik 6 (, fi 0, i: H llen.lersnn
defeated II Nnlan, 6 -0. 61 S It. Howe
won from A. M. Hyde by default, W P
Andrew, won from I- 1 (Irlnmil by de
fault H. II Janes defeated (luy llrln. ker
hoff. l. 6 2, 6-3. W. C l.luplm-ott de
flated J M We.er, 6 I, 61
Thirl H'und--R H Henderson defeited
S II Howe 6 0. C I
Wnman'a Mlnclps. First Pound- Miss cl C Mnnrfa Seventh. 36. 62. 7 5
Caronu Winn n from Miss iVare Cassel ' King Smith, Seventh, defeated Co!. Holt,
Seventh Itegllilent Tram Pefrnls
Army llinerrn nt tt'ril Point.
W'kst lyuNT. N. V.. May 31. The
Seventh lteglment tennis team disposed
of the West Piiltit lltllcerfl Tennis Club
this morning by a score of & to 2 In
rather easy fashion. The summary:
Singles l.leut Wlldrlck. Army, defeated
flriEAT Nkck, I.. I., May 31. H. Tl.
Oatcomb, tho playing through cham
pion, was defeated In the semi-final
round of the ringles for the lawn ten
nis championship of Nassau and Queens
counties at the (treat Neck Hills Coun.
try' Club here to-day b A. V. von
Ilernuth at 3 li, 01, fi is. Tho
match Ciik a poor exhibition nf ten
nis. Hoth players had an off day, nml
Clatcomb was n little further off than
In thc first set, which von Hornuth
lost, ho nude seventeen double faiiltB,
In the next two sets (latcomb made
record for errors, but no one kept
tho nctual count. If he was not drop
ping the sphere into the net ho wns
hitting It out of tho grounds.
H. II, Hoggs will meet von Hernuth In
the flnnl round, for he came through In
the other half by wining from II, M.
Hobart at ! 1. I. The summaries :
Nassau Mid Queens Counties Champion
ship. Men's Singles, Scml-tlnnl Hound- A.
F. Von Ilernuth defeated It II. fHtenmb.
36. 6. 1. 6 -2. II II II.iuks defeated II.
M. Hnl.art. 61. 6 - t
Chumplsnshlp Doubles, First Hound
Merle Johnson and H. It Hubert defentsd
Kenneth Warden and H. W, It.xrnwell,
n 2, 6-0, A. F Von llernulh and It. I.
Von Ilernuth defeated 11 M. linbart nnd A.
T. Huteb.on. 7, 61. 62.
Second Hound II. II. Hoggs and n. V..
Sears defeated W. II. Mlrhener and II. .1.
Howard, 6 2, 62, A F Vnn Ilernuth
and It. I.. Vnn Ilernuth defeated Merle
Johnson and It. II. Huberts, 7 5, 6 !,
xt Ynrlt A'fteriiiis Ilpf enleil.
HAVEr-romi, pa.. May 31, The Haver
ford College cricket tcnm won an Im
portant victory this afternoon over tho
strong New York veterans. 140 to 71.
Haverford won through the consistent
batting of the Ilrst seven men, while tho
attack of the vlsltois was Udplnss
against the bowling of Hrlntnn, Koit
land and Harper being thn only New
Yorkers to score double figure.
by defnii't Ml" A-nv Harpr defeats, 1
Mis IMisar.tu llnblnson. 6-0, 6 1. Miss
ilnrle Wanner defeated Miss ilertrud- III.'.
. 6 " Miss Jo-, phlne M irtin di f. a'ed
Mr-e C C Parsons 6 0 6 2
Se, on I P.nun.1 -Mis Amy Hirper de
feated Miss Carona Winn. --7. 6 4 Miss
Mure Wacner defeated M'si Josephine
Martin, 6 1 6 n
Army, 64. I; (1. U. (Ireni. Seventh
defeited l.leut. .Maiven. Army, 6 4, R 6;
It. K. Tomlln. Seventh, defeated Lieut.
Kallersi-f. Army. 62. 6 3
PnuhTTs -Co' Holt and Mete Wlldrlck,
Army, defeated Smith and OraT., Seventh.
6-4 7 - . Moore and Tomlln. Seventh,
defeated t.teut Mnlven and Kellorek.
Armv. 36, 1 -6, 61.
C.lrln Piny Ileal llnscliall.
West Orange, May .11 Hacball
teams which Included live girls on e-ich
side and four boys, captained by Miss
Pontus nnd Miss Perrv. featured the
athletic programme at tho Jet kins play
ground to-day. The g.rls batted and
fielded ns skilfully ns the lads, Miss
Pnntua's team wnn, 7 to n
i ires win me
tire victory in
Goodrich Silvertowns Cord
most complete and convincing
history of automobile racing.
In the Speed test and hardest
hundred mile contest ever run on the
or any other speedway, Silvertown tires carried the
following cars to victory in the order named :
Kirrt n.n- For two ycar oM
fli-B f itrliillf '
:' .... 1 irVMIasi Thilhln 10'
X--." U " 1,7 MATHEY ANDlLTNEEDSSETsiB
SiHiind Ilaer rnr tiiree-year-oius nnu up
..r.i- IIIiiti one mile
Sir iienrah HOilnbinella 10.".
Kay n' I.mht 110, Heel bin en P2
Hr Ilueiuier HCOrntund I0i
(Itlo Kioto 107 Camellia I)
Third Hare For inalilen two year old fillies;
four and a half furious :
Kac II H.' Feminist 112
Cruller lt;lllroom Corn, 112
Hidden Utnr 112 Sprint 112
Variety lt:Hdna Kenna 112
Fourth llare-For tbree-yeor-oldi and up-
ward: srllliiKt ono nun:
Ilthalln nnrl Tlnsv Rdllli also ran
na and utiward: one mlla and vntv
') -On SUp. S& (liarner), tralht
!' . P"a e 13 So. show 12.(0, won: Leo
''. 03 (Pool I. nlaea 13.10. nhnw l.'.rtd.
l,tonatK.L!.',,,fr.. H,r"."t:. Mll' ,,,0.w High Noon, was driving his mount to
naofiSt.eiriiV.Utf Vnn.Kle,t-1 the limit to hold .n .avanta,fo of les.
Htirakan ..... 'p
F.llu Urvsoll l.-l
Workl'ig I.ad 1P)
Fifth Itai-e Selling laeplechae, for four
Sear-olils anil upwarti; aooui iwo nines;
Id Salt 147IMddy. MrGic
juure ivaiser,..,., iwjrtucriciujr w.
nlxlll llace neillllK: iur lour-jcai -uius unu
onward: one mile and an eighth;
Ouy Fisher no Al liioeh,.,.
Arnold 10 Jawbone .,,
Wooden Shoe,,,., 107
Klobmnnd Leads the Field.
1,, M. Richmond won tho Memorial
Day cup at the Oakland Golf Club yes
,terilay. A large field competed In the
It, M, niibiiiond. 7 I, 10 1 W V.
Hwnrd. US 9. 711 Cyril Heoll, 9114. 77;
Charle 17. Flnlay, of lis, 71): J, H. .lack,
ion, US I. 77! It. II. White, 14 I. 78: ft.
W, WJghani. 11914. 75s C. I,. Murray,
l 14, 0i J. p. Kerwln. 9118, (l,
Throcliiiiiirlnn nnd Dunham Out
played nt Finish.
KUXAIU.TH, N. J., May 31 -Pean
.M.ithey and Waller Merrill Hall won the
Invitation doubles on the couits of thu
Kllzibcth Town and Country Club hero
to-day, defeating Harold A. Throckmor
ton and Lindsay Dunham In tho ilnal
round at 48, 36. 62, 61, 3.
The light put up by tlio youngsters was
one of tho beat exhibitions of tennis ever
been on tho local cruris.
Mathcy and Hall did not play well to
gether in tho tlrst two sets and their op
ponents took advantage, of the loose
team work. In thu third ret tho veter
uiu) fuuud their giime. Hall got to the
net often and his many kills and cioss
court strokes soon nettle. I tho set, lu
the next two tho youngsters fought hard,
but Uiulr tciuiui was no match for that
of tho West Side Club players.
Tie for Challenge Tennis Ilnwl.
Nkw Haven, May 31. The New
Haven I.uwn Club's tennis team wns de
feated this afternoon by the Hartford
(lolf flub 5 to 1. making tho matches
stand fl to fi for the ctuillongo bowl, The
tie will bo played off at Hartford In
1st MERCEDES, DE PALM A
2nd PEUGEOT, RESTA
3rd-STUTZ, ANDERSON fc
4th STUTZ, COOPER
5th -DUSENBERG, O'DONNELL
6th PEUGEOT, BURMAN
8th DUSENBERG, ALLEY
9th MAXWELL, CARLSON
10th- SUNBEAM, GRAHAM
All the cars that finished were equipped with
Silvertown tires. A world's record for speed and
B. F. GOODRICH CO.