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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSPAY, AUGUST 5, 190.
East Will Oppose West in the Final Round of the Men 's Tennis Singles on the Historic Turf Courts at Seabrighl
- MAY REMAIN HERE
miifornlAns Wtll Hv to Im
prove to Defeat Eastern
Stars in Tennii Final.
tfirM t Tn flDW i NgW ToK HSSAI.B.
SfABRlOHT, N. J., Aug. 4 It will be
.East versus West In the final round of
tiit Seabrlght Invitation men'i atnglea.
That much vni made certain on the
historic turf courts to-day when Koland
B, Roberta and Willis E. JJavla of Cali
fornia both reached the aame bracket In
ftio semi-final round, with Watson M.
tfaahburn and Dean Mathey of New
Tork In the other ha.lt One of the coast
stars will be eliminated to-morrow, and
the consensus seems to be that It will be
Davis, and that when the cup match la
derided on Saturday Roberts will be on
ani Bl'la of the net and Washburn on
the other, which remains to be seen.
Another thing Is certain, namely, that
hethAf It Is Havls In the final or Rob
arts. either Callfornlan will have to play
enor: convincing tennis than ho did to
lly to win the Seabrlfht bowl. Roth
mrn were hard pressed and had little to
rt'irr .-it the end. The standard of their
pi.iv ebbed and flowed and never was
convincingly brilliant. Roberta was
forced into two long deuce sets, 11 9,
;. before ho could dispose of William
j Clothier, who was national champion
fourteen years ago. In both acts the
rtteran was ' rllously close to winning,
!i -I :i little more speed at the critical
sttsgti might have accomplished an up
Hi Davis's experience was similar If
u: iile the same.
In a fpccliicular raatch against 8.
Howard Vnshell, Mavis won two out of
thiee sets, 11 9, 46, 7 D, but he was
, within two points of dropping the
frt set and once within two points of
lostnflj the third.
the Clothier of Old.
Cl"thler's game bar lost fome of Its old
t ne 'lash and speed. He does not come
W to the net as ho did In hts prime, but
Ins gnat experience and Millfit! placing
V- pi him In the running from start to
finish He did some brilliant "getting"'
Lock of the base line, and he mixad
("live with lob In a way that proved dis
til C ning. His tactics served to slow up
Uf Callfornlan'l game, and the latter
i. - not relish a feft return, preferring
to ncet a hard hit ball, cither drive or
oalley. Roberts was not smashing any
accurately In the early frames of
a 'h let, hut he managed to steady
"Jfl.i n he had to, unci he had ennush re
Ifrve speed to call upon when hard
;5Jvoshell easily held his own with Davis
lit a match that taw both men forcing a
'Sfc-lleylnf attack. The New York left
.Sander made a determined fight of It
'Jftd with a trifle better luck might poa
5ly hnve won the match In straight
iMts After the opening set had run
jjin deuce games, Vonshell twice broke
rough the Callfornlnn's service, lead
ing first at 7 6 and again at 8 7. In
Mch case he brought the score to 30 all
th his pwn service, but failed to
tt the two points necessary for
th" set, Duvls retaliating by win
ding Voshell's service. The coast
flavor brought off A series ut brilliant
iisslng shots In tho nineteenth and
twentieth games, and ended the set In
'Thoy won on service in the second st
srt-.h one exception, and that exception
jilt sufficient to give Vosliell the set at
i-4. Thew came the third set. and
kin games alternating on service. On
it ninth game finally Vosliell. playing
Itllllantl at the net, broke through ana
fiok the lead, 6 4. He had a golden
portunlty to end the match In his
vor in the rcxt game, but again hts
Srvlec failed to give him an advantage,
rttid Davis, stroking boldly off both fore
Mnd and lckhand. passed him fre
quently and took three straight games
f ir the net and n-atrh.
Wnshbnm Defeats Hartc.
Practically a repetition of the fh
it at eliminated Richard Harte of B -ton
as a Davis cup team candidate two
rnths ago nt Forest Hills was staged
to-day when Watson St Washburn de
feated Mm ."upain with comparative case.
I: will t e remembered that In their pre
vious meeting Washburn wen decisively,
povlng far too skilful and too much of
court gensra' tat hli hart hitting- or
ponent. It wa t) same to-day. Harte
m usual tried to forca the net. but was
either passed cleanly or compelled to
race back for perfectly placed lobs. With
bin accuracy and splendid choice of
hots Washburn had Harte running all
ever the court, and he oaught him out
or position repeatedly.
Washburn won five games In a row
before Harte finally took one on his orwn
Wrvlca, In tha isstond aet the games
went i all. Harte came throutfh
wlth n speedier forward court attack,
but Washburn loon broke up his net
-rams again and ended the match by
tek'.rg tho three straight games.
Roberts and Orlffln, the Callfornlan
warn, came through to the leml-flnala
In doubles after dropping one set to
frank T. Anderson and Wlllard Bots
ierd, who made a aplendld showing. The
sterner did not reach their beet
tmnls until the final set, hut once in
tho s'.r'.do left little doubt as to thetr
rtprlori!y. Watson ST. Washburn and
Heals C. Wright alio reached the semi
flttalt and will meet the Callfornlana to
morrow. In women's singles the closest tussle
of the day aaw Miss Florence Ballln ol
Vew Tork and Miss Edith Shrourney of
Boston on opposite tUm of the net. It
TRvelaped into a long three aet affair
and was fought vat from tho base line,
with Miss Slgourncy tho winner at 4.
t S, t 4. There waa little to choose
rtween the woman. The rallies were
Aceptionaily long and the fast pace told
p Mlas Ballln in the last set. which
'-pped from her grasp despite a splen
Wd effort to prevent defeat She wma
completely fagged out at the end.
Miss, Margaret drove won with sur
prising ease from Miss Lesue Bancroft
ot E..rtori. 6 J, 6 I. The latter 11
11 In the first set and then dropped
'our games In a row? In tho second set
Miis Bancroft by dint of hard hitting
brought the score from 8 to 3 4, but
Hls r.rove's superior skill and steadi
ness proved too much for her.
7 he, summaries:
Women's Singles Second Round Mls Clars
JwtKi defeated Mrs. Deforest Candee, 9-3,
ilrd Rour.rt-MIea Edith rTtaotirncy dc
' IjiI Miss -lopene Ballln, 6 J. 88. 0 I.
Uargant Grave defeated Miss Leall)
roft, S-4L 93. Mlas Marlon Zlnder-
' defi ated Mls Clare Cassel. 62. 61.
Women'! Doubles-Second Round Miss
Wsgner and Mlas Clars Cssael de
' Haiaisal Waring and Miss Har
ts ' ;.ov". 61, 61. Miss Edith Handy
I Mr-. i:.lard V. Lynch defeated Mils
"He Ii:icroft and Miss Edith Slgourn.
I, 61 Miss Marlon Zlndersteln an l
Eleanor Tennsnt defeated Miss Florenco
"ai'ta n.l Mrs. Deforest Candee. 66, a 1.
singles YVstaon M. Waahburn da-
-iru i , i ftrn tart, I, a a. noiajio r.
llo&ere ' - . - , . n , i i.,- it a
Zoeller and Ensor Ate
Suspended by Jockey Club
Other Prominent Riders Will Be Asked to Explain
Saddle Work Naturalist Runs Fine Race to
Win Lake George Handicap at Spa.
Br lUCVRT V. KINO.
Special to I'm Sis asm Naw Yoik llautn.
Haratooa, N. T., Aug. 4. The Jockey
Club began cleaning house to-day. It
suspended two noted jockeys and heard
evidence against at least two other who
are alleged to have violated the rules of
the sport The two likte placed under
the ban are J. Zoeller and "Buddy"
Dnsor. Both are likely to bn kept on the
ground permanently and Zoeller prob
ably will be denied tho privilege of all
courses In the country. He was found
guilty of grabbing the saddle cloth of
Under Fire In a race at the Empire City
track on July 29.
Ensor was punished for Insubordina
tion. He waa called before the stewards
of the meeting here last night and ask.-d
to explain hla ride on Clifford A. Coch
ran's Hankala In the last race. He re
sented the interrogation and waa set
With the announcement that these
two riders had been placed under the
ban It was reported that Ted Rice and
another prominent Jockey will have to
do some more explaining about thetr
riding In the Wakefield Handicap before
thetr licenses are secure. In that stake
Coltllottl, who rode Moody, acoused Rice
of grabbing his saddle cloth and holding
It for nearly a sixteenth of a mile.
Another Jockey who will have to do
some explaining to the stewards Is Slax
Garner. He has not been accused of any
serious charge such as pulling a horse.
He will be as'j-sd whether or not he
cnused "Ruddy" ISnsor to tnke Thunder
storm wide In the fifth race this afternoon.
Xatnrallst His llrat.
The Lake George Handicap at one
mile was the feature of the programme
to-day. and It furnished a fine race. Jo
seph E. Wldener's Naturalist was re
turned the winner, with Boniface sec
ond and Gnome third. Naturalist ran
one of the best races of his long career
and took down the long end of the purse
In a driving finish by a length. Boni
face was a head In front of Gnome.
Naturalist carried 128 pounds, gave
away big lumps of weight to eleven high
class horses, led all the way and cov
ered the mile route In the exceptionally
fast time of 1 :S 4-5.
Boniface ran a hang up rice, too. He
left the bnrrler slowly, was outrun In
the early stnges. but came with n great
rush In the home stretch nnd probably
would have won If the race hail been a
sixteenth of a mile longer Gnome was
a big surprise. He was considered n
100 to 1 shot, but when It came to
racing he did not run like an outsider.
He followed the pacemakers closely all
the way and waa running strong at the
Fifteen good Juveniles went to the
post In the second race. All were touted
as championship contenders. Each was
reported to have worked exceptionally
fast and all had friends. Harry Payne
Whttneye Peter Pan eolt Exodus
proved the boat. He was outrun by
Rising Rock and Dough Girl for a quar
ter of a mile. Then under a superb
ride by Ambrose he slipped through on
th rail In the home stretch and came
on to win eailly by three lengths. Ris
ing Rock finished second and Bruns
wick was third.
Joseph B, Wldener's colors flashed
home to a second victory In the fifth raeo
when Fair Gain beat a good field over
the mile routs. He followed 'ajt;!o
Hersohlor to the final furlong pole, where
he went to the front and won going
awny by a length. Captain Hersohler
was second and Thunderstorm was third.
W WESTERN TOURNEY
CUnview Club Golfer Play
Bettor Than Par.
In Mil race Thunderstorm displayed
wonderful grit and courage. He ran the
distance prncttaally on three leir. While
at the post he. waa kicked by Pastoral
Rwaln Just above the knee of the off
fore leg. Tho gash was a severe on, and
It is feared a bone haa been shattered
and that the colt, which Is a full brother
to Camp Fire, being ny Olambala and
Night Fall, might have to be destroyed.
As a result of this accident to Thun
derstorm It is likely that the Jockey Club
will consider passing a rule compelling
the starter to place all unruly and mean
tempered horse on the outside of their
fields In all races.
Sand Bed, owned by I. Qentry. who
r.st came out of the West, finished firs;
In the opening event but he didn't get
tho decision until the horse were on
their way to the post for the second race.
After ho had led home Brink by a head.
A. Allen, a negro, who rode Brink, lodged
a complaint of foul against the winner.
He claimed that Taylor, on Sand Bed,
leg locked him twlco In the run through
tho homestretch and caused the defeat
of hts horse. The stewards questioned
both Jockys for several minutes and then
deliberated for a long while befofe post
ing tho rod ball.
R. T. Wilson's Yellow Hand scored
r ensy victory over Jsddn and The
Ijimb In the Seneca Selling Stakes. He
c.ught Jaddn an eighth of a mile from
home and galloped the remainder of
the way to win, caed up, by three
Willis Sharpe Kilmer announced to
day that he Is going to take a trip
around the world In the near future
rmi will be repreaented by only a few
thoroughbreds while he Is r.wn. Next
Monday night he will dispose of all
his yearlings. The youngHters number
twenty-three, and are out of celebrated
English and French mares and by noted
Imported sires. They are a fine looking
lot, and horsemen who visited them Ih
the paddock predict they will bring rec
cru prices. They were foaled at Sun
Ilriar Court at Blnghamton, and raised
at Remllk, Mr. Kilmer's Virginia es
CntcAao, Aug. 4. Jock Hutehtnton of
tha (llenvlew Club, Chicago, playing
better than par, to-night led In the open
championship of the Western Golf As
sociation by playing the two eighteen
hole rounri of the Olympian Field Club
In IIS strokes.
In the first round Hutchinson scored
par 71 over th 6,201 yard No. 2
course, and In the afternoon play he
was one undor par on the 6,576 yard
No. 1 course with 71.
Hslf of tho one hundred entrants
! played each courso In the forenoon and
switched to the other links for the sec
William Creavy of Kansas City, with
two rounds of 7.1, was only one stroke
behind the leader at the half war mark,
and Harry Hampton of Richmond, Vs..
with 76 over the long course and par
72 over th short one, waa third. C. W.
Hackney of Atlantic. City, with a rec
ord of 70 for the short course and a
71 In the afternoon, waa next with 141,
No other got under 150, but James
Barnes of St i.oiiIm, present champion,
broke tho record for the short course.
set earlier In the day by Hackney, by
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT
f SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART
SARATOGA RACETRACK, Ana. 4 Clean track fnat.
riRST RACE For thi ee-yen r-olils and upward. Claiming. Purse. 11,200. f,l
furlongs. Start good. vTon rtrlvlnir. Pnee same. Post. 3:01. Off. VM. Win
ner, eh. c, 3, by Oeden-Sand Pocket. Owner and trainer. L. c? ENTRY. Time.
Jockey. Open. High. Close. Place. Fli.
I II 3-,V
Inde. Horse. Wt PP. St. 'i S Hi
- Sand Bed 115 5 3 1' 1 Ja ft
- Brink M 6 2'4 2V4 J'U g
007' 'ius Scherr 120 14 H 4: 3'i gl
M3 Marlon Rolllna. 110 12 S ft ft S 4
':, I .ii, mi Leaves.. 10f 11 0 3 3 4 5
543 Huntrez 110 5 1 8 B d
45 Harry's Pet 11 4 8 7 7 7 7
(390) Slioot On. . 190 7 10 P I ft K
- Hnosch 115 8 13 12 10 10 ft
027 Madam Byng. . II" 3 7 II it t 10
OTA MIHrace 110 1 14 14 11 14 11
6I!1 J. Alfred Clark 110 0 11 10 12 13
- Blbhler in 13 12 13 13 1.1 13
- .leusle 10 in 2 11 11 II II
Taylor .... 4-1
, Allen 8-1
MeCnbe .. 5-1
King SO-1 30-1
Turner ... 0-1 8-1
Wei ner ... 8-t
Sand Bed won through Taylor outriding Brink. Latter was beat
running etrons at the end. Marlon Holtlna ran n good race.
Shoot On, 8and Bed, Hooach, tlus Scherr, Locust Leaves, J.
Pet and Madam Byng won btlnkern.
Scratched Amackssa'.n, Nell Yorke, Ilover, Our Maid, Lkla
20-1 20 1
30-t 50-1 30-1
Cue Scherr was
Alfred Clark, Barry'i
8BCOND RACE For two-year-olds. Purse, 11,200. Five furlongs. Winner, eh.
r., 2, by Pater Pan-First Flight. Owner. H. P. WHITNEY. Trainer, James
Rows. Tune, 1 :00 flat, stnrt good. Y uu easily. Place driving. Post. 3:34.
Brunswick . .
5S7 Klrkklsvtngton 113
674 Ht. Mtcliael ..
884 Dough Girl .
088 I, 'Eclair
jo Chaate. ..
(533) "Dry Moon ..
Wt. PP. St. H 14 ty Fin. Jockey. Opn.HIh.Clns.P1ace. Sh.
113 2 2 5 f4 ;k ! Ambrose . 5-3 13-3 0-3 4-3 2,5
113 SO l" 1V4 3 2'4 I.yk 8-1 10-1 7 1 0-3 7-5
11S 8 6H0'4 3'i Clareer ....13-1 20-1 13-1 fl-1 3-t
113 7 ft ft 8 7 4 Keoogh .. 0-2 7-3 16-3 8-3 3-5
113 4 3 8 10 1C 5 Turner ... -l 0-1 6-1 2-1 1-1
100 14 8 4 4 4 6 Rowan ..13-1 12-1 7-1 3-2 7-5
112 13 4 3 2 1 7 Sandj ... 8-1 15-1 13-1 0-1 1-1
IIS 1 1 3 3 8 8 Burke ...50-1 MM SO-1 I'M rt-1
10ft 13 10 10 0 1 ft Johnto- 50-1 60-1 80-1 20-1 HM
108 10 7 7 7 S 10 Huff ....30-1 60-1 00-1 20-1 10-1
108 11 14 13 13 II 11 Kator ...50-1 60-1 60-1 20-1 10-1
100 8 U 13 13 13 12 Mooney ..30-1 80-1 60-1 20-1 10-1
115 S 13 IS IS IB 13 Ensor .... 3-1 6-1 8-1 3-1 1-1
llkt 6 13 It II IS 14 Rice 30-t 30-1 $0-1 13-1 6-t
108 12 IS 14 14 14 13 McAts ..20-1 30-1 30-1 12-1 8 1
R. T. Wilson entry.
Exodus, crowded back st start, made up ground quickly, want to the-front halt way
down stretch and won galloping. Rising Rock, was best of the others. Brunswick
closed fait through last furlong. Bluffer met with Interference.
L'Eclalr. Dry Moon, St. Mlrlise! snd Pouch dirt wore blinkers.
Scratched: Eternity. Arada, Lough Storm, Musty, Our Flag, Thimble, Lady Lillian.
Rep and Playfellow.
POO THIRD RACE The Lake Oeorge Handicap,
UUU n,nu l 400 added. One ni le. Winner. or. C.
J. '-. n lunnn.". i rauirr, i cn. uii.-, i ..
Place driving. Post, 4:04. utr. 4:ui.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP.
(57'li Naturalist 128
87ii' Boniface 124
200 OnoiM 85
570 Audacious .... if,
Rest Pal Ill
MO Carpet Sweeper 101
340 Arethusa 10"
532' Royre Roots. . 110
051' Under Hre...r. 08
For three-year-olds and tipwsrd.
fl. by Bnheials Nature.
Start good. Won
Open. High. Close.Place. Sh.
a- 13-3 13-5 1-1 l:
1 ' Turner .
Hande. . .
i 3 Evane ..
4 Ensor .
5 Lyhe ...
7 Wn'dstock.r.O 1
8 Wilson ....30-1 .10-1 20-t
Stack 30-1 30-1 30-1
1" Coltllettl .20-1 ;-l 15-1
11 Rodriguer. 20-1 20.1 8-1
12 Wlda 10-1 15-1 13-1
Copyright. 1130, by The Hun-Hrrolrt Corporation.
9 anything heats the Yankees again In their quest of the American
League pennant It will bo their lack of veraatlllty. Milter Hugfln.
confess that he does not like th style of tho ollfb, and that It do.
not play hi game. But when a team la hitting as the Tankeo are Hitting
It ! hard for a manager to obtain a ohange In method. Beldei, the
Yankees are essentially a combination of slugger, on of th greatest out
flu of that character In tho history of th majors, and their slugging methods
will get them further than would an attempt to play the more subtle and
intricate gam. To offset tho Mugging strength In part the Yankee lack
peed. And let It be said that the winning of a pennant by a team which
Is hort on spend la a hereuletin task Indeed.
However, if the New York pitching holds tip the shortcomings in the
matter of despatch will be overcome. The team is not doing any too well
Juit now, but It ha gone thus far without suffering a slump, and we do
not believe that it Is going to slip Into erne at this stage of tho battle.
Th progress of Bab Kuth through the West Is a succession of home,
runs and passes, with tho passe outnumbering the home runs by a big j
margin. The Western fans, like their brethren of the Polo Grounds, rosent
th passing of Ruth even with nobody on base amd are giving tho league
officials something to thln'.t about Baseball Is a sport, it Is true, and the
pass Is part and parcel of tho game, But the officials know that the leagues
sVt possible only bocause the fans make tho turnstlloH click. The faiiB have.
scoring a (1, or four under par, de-1 shown In no uncertain manner that they do not want the Intentional pass.
MM ir th club owners aro wise thny will so that the desires or tne runs
are respected. To obtain the remedy Is a vexing problem. Most of tho
suggestions would make Ihc baseball rules more complex than the football
code. The rules should veer toward slmpl mention rather than amplification
and mystification. How to stop the Intentional pass and not violate tho
spirit of baseball Is the question.
splto two shots lost In the bushes on the
4 20 yard eighteenth hole when he failed
to get an Intentional pull off the tee, of
the dogleg hole. The champion took a
liberal 8S for the morning round, how
ever, and was forced Into a tie with
Ceorge Sargent of Columbus. Ohio, at
181 for sixth place, W. O. Sherwood of
Newark, Ohio, finishing fifth, with ISO.
ileum rr1ved Late.
Tho gallery followed Barnes, as Walter
Hagen, national champion, mistook the
date of the tournament and arrhtxi too
late to compote.
Harnes rewarded his admirers In the
afternoon by shooting the first nine
holes In 1 under par, taking 1 over
perfect figures on the short fourth, but
getting birdie 4 on the 540 yard third
and a birdie 2 on the 130 yard sew
until. He got another 2 on the IK
yard tentli, went 1 over par on the
330 yard eleventh and then scored five
successive birdies and a par 4 on the
M yard seventeenth. He needed par 4
on the home hole for a and attempted
to pull hla tee shot around the curve of
the boomerang fnlrway. His adeptness
at this shot failed him, and the ball flew
.-.trnlght Into a clump of bushes. It
took two stroke to get out, and a per
fect approach to tho blind green failed
to hold on the hard turf, while a ten
foot downhill putt barely faBtd to drop
for a s7.
Hutchinson and Hnckney drew I large
gallery In the afternoon utter they had
scored par 72 and io respectively In the
morning. M, U. Brady of Detroit, who
lost the national title to Hagen last
year at Boston In a playcd-off tie, was
off his game to-day "nd withdrew dur
ing the afternoon rounds.
The courses were hnrd and dry from
lack of rain, causing the ball to Jump
on striking the fairways, and well cut
approach shots would not stop where
pitched In many cases.
Scores of the leaders for No. 2 count
and. totals for thirty-six holes follow:
Jock Hutchinson, Chlcaco 7211."
Xlam Creavy, Kansas City 73 (4
Harry Hampton, Richmond 72147
0. W. Hackney, Atlantic City 70 ll!
W. C. Slmrwood. Newark, Ohio 74150
.lames names, St. Louis US i:,t
Oeorge Fantent, Columbus, Ohio 73 151
lieorire Carney, Chicago 74152
K. iwfier. Pittsburg 78152
O. 11. Hoffner. Philadelphia 77-15
Wilfred Itclrt. Wilmington. I -el 7T-15
Itobert Pernios, Uelolt, Wis 77-13
lwrenee Aytnn. Chicago 74154
i;rtoie Loos, Chicago 74133
B, McCarthy, Jacksonville, ria 74 153
Hob McDonald, Chicago 78 155
Louis Telllrr. Unalnn 78155
Prod lltand. Pittsburg 78156
A. F Hnckbartli. Chicago 74158
Alex Cunningham. St Joseph. Mo 78157
John Ilredrutus. Chicago 78157
l.loyit l,ulT!ckson. Chicago.. 7(1157
Charles Howe. Philadelphia 77158
W. J. I'amen. Montgomery'. Ala 78158
Seotty Rotisnn, Bradford, Pn 70 131
J. J. O'ltrlen. Pittsburg, Pa 78 188
I. K. Carberry. Chicago 80151)
W. D. flohlnaon. Philadelphia 701311
0. W. Hall, ltlrmlnghain. Ala 78158
Kred McLcoil, Waahlngton. D. C.... 70150
Jack Morton, Rorkfonl. Ill 73158
P. C. Williams. Chicago 81150
Ramsey Hunter, Port Wnyne, Ind.. 81 Inn
Arthur Red, New York so inn
J. Montressor, Kansas Cliy, Mo. 83 UiO
Ceorge Tnrnbull, Chicago.
William Ogg, Atlanta, Ca
Jeff Adams, I.oganspnrt, Ind
George Kinsman, Wauwatoas. Wis..
William Rautenbuseh, Chicago
Connor Nelson. Lafayette, Ind
erry mm, Cesar Rapids, Iewa
,1. II. Law, cnlumhue. Ohio
William Melhorn. Tules. Okla
Prank Sprniel, Montgomery, Ala
Cameron Treat, Lorain, Ohio
W. J. Rail, Cedar Rapids. Iowa
BIO MATCH OBF AT TOLEDO.
Toutoo, Ohio. Aug. 4. The Interna
tional team match for $1,000 which was
to have been held at Inverness next Sun
day as a prelude to the national open
tournament has been called off, accord
ing to announcement made to-day by
Be4s Are Throogh as Pennant Winners.
The powers of a league president are extensive and clastic. So we
bcllovo that John A. Heydler haa In his hands an antidote for tho sort of
thing which Eddie Rousri of th Reds perpetrated to the disgust of 18,000
fans at the Polo Grounds on Tuetday afternoon. The matter to which wo
refer was Roush's refusal to make a serious effort to get the ball on which
Young got a home run. The Reds were whipped to a standstill and they
quit colder than anybody ever quit here before. Roush, no doubt, felt that
In declining to rouse himself he cheapened tho Giants' triumph. He (lid
nothing of the sort. But he did cheapen himaelf and the Reds as a club.
If the Reds win the pennant again this year they will surprise every
one of the fans who saw them fall on Tuesday, and no doubt Pat Moran
himself. The manager seems to have lost his grip on some of the enlarged
omniums on his outfit. The Reds fall to pieces faster than any other team
In tho majors. They aro the greatest front runners in the Teague, but when
they are beaten they curl up and the opposition can work about anything
It chooses to work. They seem to think that they ure entitled to gilt edge
pitching In every game. And when their pitching falls they make little
effort to compensate for !t In the Held. The Cincinnati team Is doing Just
what had been expected.
The Giants furnish a striking contrsat. They got going badly nnd at
times looked like sure cellar occupants. They had to make a fight against
the most discouraging ihWs.. Hut they kept nt It all the time, nnd now aro
only five games from the leading Dodgers. The Giants hnve won seventeen
out of twenty-two games played since July 10. They won seven out of
eight since their return '0 the Polo Grounds, nnd they are going to do some
more winning in the series with the Cubs, which opens this afternoon.
Jnst a Few In Short Meter.
Fulton says that he wants to forget wnat has happened to him and
begin all over again. Wanting to forget sems to be the best thing Fulton
The pass has baseball by the ears. If some of the suggested remedies
were adopted the baseball rule book would make the football code look like
simple directions for making an omelette.
Racing Is a great game. No sooner have experts decided that Man o'
War la the greatest that ever wore calks than Sir Barton comes through
with a mile and a quarter that sets them athlnking again.
Pat Moran learned here in the last few days that a great manager may
put a lot of zip Into players when they are winning, but cannot stiffen tholr
backbones when they are. losing.
The Reds absorbed a whaling and emitted n wailing.
SHAMROCK IV. TO BE
THE TRIAL HORSE ,
Will be Used Against New
Challenger for 1922.
FRENCH FENCER TO
SHOW NEW METHOD
Marcel Cabijot, Epee Chant'
pion, Arrives to Give Lessons.
Shamrock IV.. rMr Thomas Upton's
unsuccessful entry In the 1920 Interna
tional yacht races, will not be broken up.
but will remain In New York to be used
against Shamrock V. as a trial hoifc
Ir. 192'.', Sir Thomas said yesterday.
"I have publicly annftunced tint I
would chnllenge again after a lopxo of
ten months," Sir Thomas sold, "pro-
vliled no one else does so. 1 hnve de
cided that Shamrock IV. will swy right
here. When I come back to rue- again
In 1922, If It is my fortune to be per
mitted to do so, I will use that boat
to test out the new racer."
Sir Thomas declined to make any com
ment on the challenge for 1921 made by
A. C, Ross, a Canadian yachtsnvtn.
Charles E. Nlcolson. who designed
Shamrock IV., sailed for home yester
day on the White Star liner Olympic,
and with him were his wife, son and
daughter. Although he was reticent
about Shamrock V., the proposed chal
lenger for 1922, he said that sho was an
assured fact "We gave the Cup a good
rocking this time, but It will got a bet
ter one next time, for we will carry It
with us. I have not quite decided
whether the next boat will be larger or
smaller than Shamrock IV., hut. Sham-
rook V. 'will he pretty much on the
20 1 10-1
K.nirnllst aet a terrific naco from the start and won with a little to spare. Bonl
face closed with great gauieneas. Gnome hung on well In the drive. Audacious had ro
"CRoyce Roots, Bridesman, Gnome. Best Pal. Paatoruaui . Naturalist and Under Fire
Scratched: Star Xastcr, Leochares, Passing Shower, Th Trump, Wyoming, Cirrus
CO. I FOURTH RACE The Seneca. Purs. 12.500. Per three-year-olds. Selling. Six
UO furlongs, trinner, b. g., 3, by Rosendale Yellow Sea. Owner, R. T. WILSON,
jr Trainer, T. J. Healy. Tims, 1:11 8-5. Start good. Won easily. Place
am Post. 4:34. :SO.
Wt. w. st. '.i s s r in
.. 112 3 .1 2 2 1 1
.118 2 1 1 1 2 2
. inn l 1 8 I 3 :i
Yellow Hand waited behind Jadda until straightened out for home, then went to tm
front a ho pleased. Jadda atoppeil when caught. Tne Lame aiwaya outrun.
All wore blinkers.
Scratched Krewer, Pilgrim and Service 8tar.
nO FIFTH RACK For three-year-oine nna upwara. i-urse i,xuu. selling. one
000 mile. Winner, eh. c, 3. by Vuleain-Falry Cold. Owner. J. E. WIJBENKR.
Trainer, T. Weleh. Time, 1 :3J -3.Htart goou. w on oriving. naoo came.
Pnif r, no nrr. s
c. r in.
828' Yellow Hand
886 The Lam1
Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Clnse.Plaee. Sh.
Turner .. 1-1 13-10 1-1 I-g
Rowan .. . 1-1 11-10 1-t 1-8 -
Fator 8-1 10-1 in-1 8-.T
was said, was duo to the delay of the
'tritlsh Golf Association In giving Its
sanction to the appearance of Harry
Viirdon and Ted Ray in the match.
Tho first appeartnee of Ray and Vr.i.
don on the InverneKs course will rm rn
Sunday afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock, when
the British golf professionals will r.tor
match against Charles Lorma. Inver
ness professional, and D. K. White, pic
fcssional of tho Sylvanla Golf Club, also
of Toledo. It will be an eighteen hole
best ball contest.
First Race Clsrmtng: for two-yesr-olds ;
five and a half furlongs:
Index. Horse. Wt.l Index. Horse. Wt
0B' Canteen Glrl.lfW 82ft L. Fantastic. . 10s
Navajo 10 (80.1) Wedgewoed ..118
St. linnard. ,U3i H8.1 1 'Geo. Bovee.,108
812 Celtic Lass. .1051 803 Mary Erb ..103
518 Sunny Pajt. .ICS
Second Race 8teopIechia: for maidens:
four-you r-olrte and upwanl: about two miles:
; Index. Home. nt. Index. Horse. Wt.
Coming ai the representntlve of the
French National Fencing Federation
for the purpose of Introducing the new
school of "epee" fencing, Marcel Cabl
Jok, champion fencer of the French
navy, has Just arrived In New York.
According to Maltre Cabling tb
vol; against the classical style which (
begao several years ago has Justified'
It.-elf by the winning of Internal ioruil
championships by both masters and
pupils who are exponents of the new
methods. AccordUig to the old school,
a pupil had to ondergo several years
of drill before he was allowed to at
tempt an "assault d'armea" The guard
positions were strained and the move
ment unnecessarily complicated. The
new school puts the pupil to combat
work almost Immediately and the posi
tion .taught are easy anil natural.
"Aside from the fascination which
this sport holds for all who have been
devotees," says M. Cabljos. "It should
particularly appeal to tho American
business man for practical reasons.
"In the first place, fencing is an all
season. Indoor and outdoor sport. It
can be practised both daynd night
rn the Paris 'salles d'armes' you meet
boys and men of seventy, and lately
even the ladles are taking part. Mme.
Gardere. for Instance, recently classed
herself within one touch of the profes
sl mals In a tournament In Paris.
"Thero are few sports that will so
develop quickness of hand, eye and mind
and build up tho wind and muscles. It
can he cxerclred as violently as one
chooses. In France w0 sny we can spot
a fencer by his carriage.
"I should think Ihe soon in.iM
The i to busy New Yorkers, because a mn
can leave his place of business at 5
o'clock, go to the fencing club and
have a few rounds with congenial
friends, get up a thorough perspiration,
talc a shower bath and be at home with
a good appetite for dinner by 7 o'clock."
Maltre. Cabljos la one of a number
of young maltres d'armes who hnve
been sent to England, Holland, Italy,
Greece and elsewhere by the French
National Fencing Federation to stimulate-
Interest In th new school of arms.
He expect to give exhibition In sev
eral of the city clubs shortly and will
make a tour of various centred in
Norwich, detested sirs. J. B. Llncro, Mew j America, particularly the colleges and
the Inverness tournament committee.
The reason for the. cancellation It I same lines. If I can, I amegolng to try
to avoid this awkward affair of a time
allowance. It Is such a nuisance, you
know." Mr. Nlcolson admitted that he
had a lively time slnco he cam-! here,
nc-irly two mouths ago.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER WIN
New bOXtWK Conn., Aug
first round of match play In the woman'
championship of the Shenecossett links
took place to-d:iy, with most of the stars
winning thsir games by wide margins.
Tim greatest surprise came When Mrs.
V: 3. Rosenthal, mother of Mlas Elaine
Rosenthal of Chicago, took Mra (A K.
Morrow to the nineteenth hole and de
feated her by 1 up. Miss Elaine Rosen
thal defeated Mrs. J. D. Armstrong of
llontclair by 7 and 5. The summaries:
First Sixteen Mrs. Roland Harlow, Merlon
C. 0.i defeated Mies Theodora Palmar, New
London, 8 and 8: Mrs. Albert 8trausa, Cin
cinnati, defeated Mrs. J. (.'. Prlzrr. Essex
County, 4 and 2: Mrs. F,. H. Maker, Jr
Index. Horse. wt. rv. st.
(5141 Fair Cain.. 112 8 4
880 - 0. Herahler 112
488' Thund'sl'm 118
Broth. Love 110
B0." Bayard . .
837 Pas. Swain
Bedmon . .
Fair Gam was
i ' 1
.. 3-2 3-2 1-1 2-5
..3-1 eel 0-1 2-K
.. .1-1 4-1 4-1
..18-1 13-1 8-1
.10-1 20-1 20-1
1' Turner .
2 '14 Barrett
3 Ensor . .
4 Lyks . .
8 Sande . .
ted behind CaDtatn Herahler to last furlong, where he moved us
test went to the front and won going wy. Captain Herahler ran a good race. Very
weak ride on Thunderstorm. This Is not tin race.
P-,torml Swain, Fair Gain, Thunderstorm and Redmon wore blinkers,
Scratcbod Armistice, Pocatelto, Flzer, Wyoming, Triumphant. Convoy and carpet
RIVTH RACE- For maidens tbree yara old ana up. une mue. rurso i.;oo.
Winner b, e., 4, ay in-mpnoaie .uasquciano. j. r. wmuiMi. i oiin-r,
F. Burl'ew. Tlmo, 1 :40 2-8. Start good. Won eaadly. Place driving. Post, 3:32.
,Wr T"s' "iS S? LSsftt " - Hi York. 1 up: Miss Klalne Rosenthal, Ravins-: universities, to exhibit the new styles
341 Valspar gW King Terry ..I.-.7 l0, d,fen,i Mrs. J. Ik AiroetrV-t. Mont- of fencing
- 8urt '3J clalr. 7 ami li Mrs. M. R. Smfcli, North I Hn wn 'th . , ,
Third Race-The Plttsfleld Handicap: sell- ' Hills, defeated Mies Virginia Palmer, New!, , , . " ! Rvy 1 'VS. 1,8 tmJr"eY
ng: for three-year-olds and upward; ono i London, (1 and 5: Mrs. B. J. Rosenthal, j ',u 10 'be Casino of Taulon In August,
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) mllf and a fmions
i Horse. Wt. Wnr.K
HIT' Sartor ICttl i'S.'i I'sr. swain... 103! Patterson. Bnwood. defeated Mrs. Alva j
' IB Nat. Bridie . 11'- Hill1 -I'rvs. Fnrrl IM : iletmen. Ard-risv. 7 nnd II: Mis- (Henna 1
I 40S Bellsolsr .. .1o-Hn71f Judge David.. 10H Colleih, Providence, defeated Mm. A. J.
B421 Keconm ....HN(S34J B. Danrer Il.ievt i -ay, llelmont Porlnsa. 8 snd T.
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VABD0K AND RAY WIN.
Indet. Horse. wi
IW5' Beaumaris. IIS
S Nelle Yorke 110
,V,0 Sea Burner. .11
1' 1' 1'
4 4 4
ft ft ft
Ti ivi.nsra rtarte, I , n d, rujiaroi r.
U5rn defeated William 1. Clothier. 119
r: Willis E. Davis defeated H. Howard
-shell no . m m m
c. I'm is ,
l1!iH. 11 n a a 7
J1'"'! Doubles Second
r,rr B Park.r and ITufh Kelleher, 1413,
IT1 .n'a'er Merrill Hall and Leonard Beeh
1(11 rrw afW. PHIIIn Vni1Tff1 -
rmh Ward and Vernon
., . m'ii Tirnif tv iru Mn tsiiiuu
Vp'rui e defeated Dwlfht P. Rokhsson, Jr.,
7 Brooks reano. Jr.. 3-S. S-.
BJS j, Kerrey and R. V Klrk'and defeated
i ,i ana a. xxiukjc, w er as
B..irtio held the race safe all the way
Nell. Yorke was aiwaya well up and had no excuse
Kator. . .
Taylor. . .
Beaumaris was beat
Open. Hlrh. Close. Place. Sh.
7-.1 s-ft u i-j u
fr-R 1-2 1-4
-l 2-1 4-5
0-2 3-2 3-5
15-1 ft-1 ?-l
1 5-1 2-1
of the others.
Vointh Bare The Sen uylerv trio; for flllhw;
to-yer-oldk; five and n half furlongs:
Indes. Horse. Wt. Indes. Fores. Wt
BVve Idle Hr. 1121 H2l Prodisy .....uoi P as a too, An s;. 4. Yfarllrts;s brought
(012) Nancy Lea.. ??(j2? Carefttl . 12T I d hut nothln like record nrlc r
j' .SaffieVte-"! nirOTarrr?:.1 MM round, her to-n.giit The !
' (8sn Rockland .1071 rtop price ef the mr warn a chestnut colt
I !,.,, m-lniin- fiv Ihriu..... ..).,. .... C... ... . 1 , -
r,,,ll 0y ,, Vi .unlit,!! niiou, lie ,.,,l,rhf
and uoward: sne mile: ' , ol.-. r- c... j straight
1 Indes. Horse. Wt.; Index. ITor
i i-v-.o 1'ranc Tlre-jr10: 1 1 ;i Cntli
I S7' '.Mose 110; rat I.lsla 05 ir. isnaf!. for $13,500
, flu K. aglllsS.IHtina Swlri 05 xhe second hlahest Is a h.iy colt hy
TTo-Lin m; 4M X".. .": , 0U:,nfsnnUn,a- lr
Am Turf il.l ono Niatitstick ..til 'ark hounht him for 110.500. Another
tTtca, sT. T.. Aug, 4. Harry Vardon
and Ted Ray, English golfers, won two
best ball matches at the Tahnundnsls
Golf Chih here to-day. defeating- A. Lu
cten Walker. Jr., of Xew York and1 F. J.
Doheson of Rnchester. I un. In the morn
tns; round and Tom and Shsrlll Sherman
or. this city In th- afternoon. 3 im
Consistent trolf marked both I
Wl mme from the Short Onus Stnd and SjBBiW rttSS sSttSTS
m a?-StV a MOn'"nA COWer drive, .nd HPPronchcs. Walker .em th
Watson M Washburn and Beals C. Wright
aifJTSd 8. Hisrard Voehell and Dean
''fardaitlo'n' Mh-Robert Undljjr stwray
defeated Leonard Baekman, 9-1, 0 1, s
n V, i)ubles-ml-f InaJ Sound Wateon
MLtbOT2Sls C. Wrhdrt defeated
Ala"" Lowrey and H. U. Kl Aland. 9-3,
i Roland t. Hdberta asd Clarence J.
Oriffln defeated WWterl I SVjtaford and
l'rank T Anderson. 0-3. 4-fl. 6-1. Leonard
BMkmaa aid Waltar M. Hall defeated Vjr-
nor- 8. Prente and HtH corns Ward, 9i.
Men's Singles Third Round-Dean Mathey
defsated a. Colket Caner. 93, 70, 01.
Women's Doublee- Semi-final Round Mlas
Understate and Mta Eleanor Tesnant de
feated Mrs. William H. Prltchard and Mrs.
Percy Wllboarn. S I, ft 1.
Mlied Doubles First Round Miss Marlon
Zli.dcrstoln and W. M. Wawhironi defeated
Mrs. Kdward V. Lynch and W. J. Clothier,
i -l. 4-J.
173 Mat. Idol. . .1151 ! Rounif Robin, loo which brouelit a good price was a bay
- y.HP'.y, JJ miy by Short Qrnss out of Intrigue.
Sixth RaceTl.e Luserne Hlghwrtgrit Hsndl. , r- 1,rk ot ner for $5 50
ap; for threa-yeaivolda and upward, sis
cap: lor tnrea-yew-oias ana upward
Ind. Horsa. Wt.Tndea. Horse. Wt.
MB' Toulatrra .. .vmvm) Wyoming its
rn- 4 Krewer ihl
aw mi- r. urapeau. . .un
lies DflO nupsr ....
I(M 3S4 Crank) ....
Ilot(VMT) Billy Kelly
I14t(sT5 Lkart d'Or
JOHNSON WINS TITLE.
iatr Malor 1
24 War Ood . .
Csartshhj . .
Weather clear: track fast.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
PHii-ADeTU-HiA, Aug. . Wallace John-
II son to-day won the Middle States singles
'.12s t tennis championship when he beat stan
.113, ley W. Pearson of the Oermantown
!S erfPket; Club. (. 11. 7 , r
,w 1 Marmetm
I two weeks ago owing to rain.
strongest opposlflon to the forolgners.
uolng th rounds In ,3. I nbovt- par.
The spproslnmte scores follow :
Vardon, 7.1. Ray. 75. Walker, 73; Robe
Vardon. 72; Ray, TI ; T. Sherman, 74; S.
mATXEHSIJMs YlCnT WTN.
C0B0LT4O, Ont., AOS. 4. Waxsttown, the
Crescent yacht Club'irohallenger from Water
town. If. T., for rhr George Cup, won yes
terday's race from the Canadian defenders,
srtnean it Hie Royal Canadian Yacht Clul.
of Toronto won m first dar's contest. Ths
The match was podfponed rnces takes the cup. The American boat won
by a margin of a fen seconds.
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