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hreatest Thoroughbreds in America Are Waiting for "Boots and Saddles " at the Historic Saratoga Race Track
10 BE CROWNED
II SPA TRACK
reparations Complete for
Greatest Equine Corona
tions Since 1907.
HOrSAXDS OF HORSES
EXTEKED IN STAKES
KM f.nce the aaniMT tt HIT, wrun
mus&t w the antth of Ita tern tn
ea country, baa the antletpattoa of th
un of Boot ana naaaw at saruota
E:il rush a Ur imoiuj lorera of the
Eoroui'hbred aa It haa thla year. F"or
ifrtij practical norwman ana mm ana
ism who Know nouiinc aoout tne Tine
c:r.t of a noraea comormatitm. but
,lo leve him Juat the aarna, hav been
nrJrif with unconcealed aacerneaa the
Bsirc of to-morrow, the day on which
. fmoue trark at the Spa will be
ferrn open for Ita aummer meetlni.
jsej: anticipate tne irraateat radror
:.J is th! State alace the halcyon daya
the turf when the late William C
hrv.tno mkde the meeting there aeeond
ts to Epeom with Ita world famed
C'll.h Derby And they have reaion
r ipect ft frrent revl-al. n. T WlUon,
portent of the Saratoga Aaeoclatlon,
ei tit fellow member have apared
trtler time nor expenae In an effort to
tike the mcetlnc whnt It waa ordained
tilculd be the Greatest In America.
Tut thee men will succeed le tha
laM of nil familiar llh thing par
ilcr to the turf They have compiled
tropamme tnat ha attracted tha en-
r ef rrry pteat horse In this country
i-i mny from abroad. During the
:tt.vy-four raclnr days forty-four atake
vfi "III be run, and for ever' one of
tai more than a score of aaplranta for
eixplorahtp honors have been noml-
XtA They Include all aged handleapa,
ikes for two-year-olds atid handicaps
Heepiechasers. Each avent carrie
, It a hip ruree and much fame for
C'onBdrat of Karreaa.
4.': Wilson Is cinrldent that the maet-
! one of tht most successful In
i' history of the orpnnlintlor. over
i-r. he presides, and hi reasons for
k s-cdlctlon are ound
aatopa has alwayv been a health
W eald Mr. Wilson, "and the preat
isber of Americans wtio formerly vls-
:ei the German cures will not po
Cr a this season, and the fact that
zt rar Is still raglnp Iji not the under-
f reison for the char:e In their
I uts since the springs at Saratopa
' fiawd Into the control of the
V.r experts from abroad have demon-
lrd to the aatlsfactlon of the au-
l;vftl that these waters possess all
l;:he qualities which have made Carle-
ii Bad Nauhelm ind other German
i-rt si popular, and with treatments
:tr.tr.tered along the same line aa at ,
artirr. spa the selfsame result are
"Murh of the popularity of foreign
Iwtf waa attributable to th manner
t ahlrh the fileasures of visitor were I
ittred tn, and It Is nafe to predict that
:ra!ora during the month of August
j be better equipped In this respect
eer before. Civic pride ban been
.3aid, and where once lethargy ex-
h 'J I find an enthusiasm that Is bound
Is make the people at large better ac
lulnted with the city and Ita charma.
'Tt.e Casino, which achieved ruch
(T'J'.irltj last year, will again be a
d'.ure of the season, while for thoa
lit r for.d of music the band concert
t: tbt vur.ius hotels and park will be
is attraction There will be golf for the
crn it and polo for trie late afternoon
" fi.i the gap between the race and
(cvr With every box eold and the
ll' ji br sieged with application for
i-w.m dat ins, we all look for a aaa-
I unusual brilliancy
'. 'ura..v the treat attraction which
lr! .ga holds for the average vtaltor
the racing. continued Mr. Wllon,
tr.il the quality of the eport furnUhed
par s'trr jeir has been such a to
i"nc! ero'tsmen from all part of th
rimed States and Canada. Thlt ha
;as been a meeting place for those
! M( a good horse, and all such
toseldtr the eeason Incomplete without
i iis-t of a week or more. The alu-
tn-'u ua trs benefit man and beaat.
lis nn muls nhieh are tired and worn
n; after hard campaign Improve In
Tha- term in our title relating to the
rr' ivment of the breed of hore
:r.s t mv.hlr.g to every man In the
TJa.tat 'n," resumed Mr. WUon.
"lie mrmtiers are pledged to accept
return for their Investment other
'n that which should come from an
c ".ar but-inetfc venture, and the
Kl'v ,f tha T-ganliatlon Is Illustrated
k the fa-t mat several of the prlae
1 le "un'ested for during the meeting
t f rr.u h greater value than In 1916.
For examine the Hopeful, with a guar
"'tfj ai-h va'ue of JlT.fino, Is one of
1 rl rtf rtakes In the country.
It i iur endeavor to make Saratoga
teprrv'ng ground where Ktisr and Wt
Mr test their best yearly. Thl season
t.'t r!ee.'-nre 0; a number of two and
'if tars olds of proved merit from
Katu-ky and other points will render
r"r rtal'.e feature much more open
t5in they seemed to be a month or
Where Kins Are? Crore
For years It has been at the SDa that
rsilir.s have been crowned, and this
?ur khuld prove no exception to the
rjl Mdr-y horsea haTe gone to that
Pwtinr haughtily carrj'ing crowna, only
tohaie them ttrppled off by tlll greater
lf. Th.j had earned fame In these
trt and on Western and Southern
tracks. t.o and deserved the right to
Wn of Kings and Queena, but there
ajf-t meets Kine arid Queen meet Queen
rnl vt.. r tv,e meeting end there 1 only
c K r.g and one Queen, and they are
tirni in' fir the remnlnder of the year.
11' verir tt uni In the Karatoffa Han-
Jraji o- ojienlng day that Andrew
J"Ur I.cumer clinched hi title of
vim;ii-r (if lilL, and It wa at th
heetlrg t th Sna that Domtnant de-
tHuti-t ,errge Smith In the battle for
Ar.d it "i i, there thl year that
rrtmler h-inore will be metered. Roamer,
r.ai!l He'z'f Short Or and Harry
Prne vr tney's Pennant ar conildered
tr.ru (.est horse In the country.
.lch -.f them la the best 1 a matter
! corjt jte. ut,d only the contest and
tl.! it t l decide Each ha per
f'rrr.ed i x'ritordlnurlly In race at the
Cai li nml enrh haa r lioat of
i'l'Mle u declare their favorite the
a. Mr .f l.andiriiti horses of America.
''h : i ud haa defeated every one of
Pim.i e except pennant, and won tils
fM i v-w fast enough to lie heralded
champi in. He ha curried heavy
'tht and carried It lmprelvely.
Roarn.r too, has carried top weight
M vn, but he bat bn baataa Mitral
TITLE ASPIRANTS, SCENE AND
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II aa.ex, II.' I J: 'A I I" . HEi RllTtajtM I l ID
ICONTENOER. FOR. I U 14INGOF-TURF
h' ' wfjf 9 11 OP SARATOGA ASSOCIATION ' KBfl
aaU4fv PtSHEkdBrVKSVB"" KMbJHiiHPRHmM
rllH'llIaF- fin . ' !-: .MMiJ--.-a. . -U
I H Paddock Scene attueSpa. J
timet, but Jack Qoldaho rough, his
trainer, believe he will come Into hl
own at the meeting which begins to-mor-
Many horsemen ay he Is faster
than ever, and that It wa hit tours
about the country that tended to aap h'.s
speed and strength.
'Pennant Greatest Her."
Pennant ha run only one rare th's
year, and In t '. the Brooklyn Handi
cap, he defeate. ill his opponents except
the lightly weighted three-year-old Prlar
Rock, which belongs to August Belmont,
James Howe, trainer of the Whitney
string of thoroughbreds, has declared
that Tennant Is the greatest horse of the
oenturv . that he 1. even reenter than
were the mighty Colin and Sysonby It
has even beer, reported that Mr Rowe
ha declared that never again would
Pennant be beaten.
Thl trio, and such great hore as
The Finn. Ktrorr.hoM and the Imtmrted
Star Hawk are nominated for th Sara-
toga Handicap, which will be run to-
morrow, and as the name of the winner
of this rich stake Is flashed across the
country It undoubtedly will be preceded
by the word champion.
The Saratoga Handicap it at a mile
. e. - e TV a aafkr Ita n tM a fan
Z.Tie wM. m- .M M,, tu-ni fV.fr
tlonally wide on and the turns lower
tnan on tne track nere. 11 i. iaai n
dry. and even though an extra large
field thould go to th pott there It every
reason to believe that th race ill be
trulv run race. For the event seventy-
n hnM.1 hav. hMii nominated, but lest
than a third of that number v expected
to carry silks to the post. Some may
not be among the entriet, but sorae left
oft th entry Ust are likely to be added
a few hours befoie the race. So good I
the calibre of those expected to start
that expert believe the winner will earn
. record a well as a crown.
Title Mar Derlae To-morrow,
That much mooted question. "Which
It the best two-year-old also It likely
Sebmunry.r whicTwrn" be decided at ,
tv,e fall meetlnc at Belmont Park. It
contidered the classic event for young- .
sters, but for the united Mate iiih
Stakes, ono 01 tne icaiurer m n.-m...
row's card, every colt and filly of class
the COUnt"V ha Peen nomumieu
,v.i. m'e.tlnr llarrv Kelly. John
Going tohl. meeting Harry Kelly, John
-t. .-.wH V4e,een eolt. OTIO Jflim-
Butler's Iron- Black are at the top of vatlon planned for Ihe five day shoot. I
!? iw. ,.ne.t.,. Ksrh'Tho tournament will onen on Monday,
Tbe list amiiiii, iiir '"""",";, .; .
Sf"thV"paVhrV will taaskro to caw
immiii meet each other as '
. mee, enen nmrr
neaVJ lllljwei ,
.ell nthers nr Time ironi uvori imir
of the country. One hundred other
m!es and marter have been tinmi-
the two.vear-old take to-
morrow and It Is probable that at least
a n-ore'af them will ttrlve for the rich ,
purse and the glory that goes with It. 1
e , . j. li-.t nf
Tkmii.li the fletd a crand lot o; ,
teetilechasers will do battle to-morrow amntour championship shoot nt single
and every dav during the meeting. The I tnrgets will be confined to winners nnd
first special stake for them Is the SMI- ! runners up In the various Stale chain
lelah Handicap. For It three score of I plonshlp shoots held throughout the
American and English bred horses have country this season. In the grand Amer
been named. Of th lot Mrs. F. Ambrose, lean handicap there will be eight ynrd
Clark's Hlbler 1 considend 1-est I age trophies for the contestants who
He has demonstrated his ability as a sho .t from the sixteen tn the twenty
fast and long distance racer n dnrcn , thr-e ynnl mark, but the winners of any
times this year and Handloapper Vos- of the handicap prl7.es will not be per
burgh one of the best Judges In the I mltti-d to qualify for a anlagi trophy
world haa asked him tn concede weight ) The grnnd American 'hand leap was
to all 'his opponent a Mrs. Payne Whit-' first shot nt Interstate Paik, N J., In
tier's Byosset II. and her Imported Mar-1 June, ll'On, nnd attracted seventy-four
ceillnun F Ambrose Clark's I.ysander ! entries. l.aM season's event, held at
and Archibald Rarklle's Illankf nburs i Chicago, drew R4 entries after several
also have a right to lav claim to the had been rejected owing to failure tn
title. They and a host of other high i comply with the entry conditions,
class timber toppers probably will meet ATunFwn'FrxawD
in the Shillelah. and the result win ATHLETIC GOSSIP,
decide which Is the real champion. Contrary in the report published In loral
mL. .u. ...lire telll le well at. nenslilipers re.'Hitly Val Vt'ilke of the New
lll I llir iimiiu. - . ...
l aouiitea. nun-
for the meetln-5
already have been bought and pro r-
,k" ,Vhr7haveXn',r..red th'farn'ous '
women who haven t islted the famous
watering place since me s-uuu mu un. n
a decade ago have prepiinil to return
From North, East, South and West
will come hundreds nf lovers of the
sport who hair spent their time watch
ng the thoroughbreds raring on the
numerous small tracks throughout this
country and Canada.
Society too will b well represented.
I.eadtrs of fashion and member of the
moi uromlnent families In th countrv
hive made known their Intention of
qu'tpnp their summer homes for the
inorr.h to enjoy the stirring contest that
ate promised. Some of those who rta I
ft.gared boxer are
1 r.irhard T IV .9n
:-!:ioha-d T VCiienn
: And"- Millor
4- us iiit linlmnnt
t l'jy-io Winthey
f r K o n.llinri
1 .lohn -ianforrt
r -,tamt Hut lor
r,- MrC ( D.tiamore
F-Jame. H Kratan
r. ndrr W smith.
H- Inland ie.-ry
I-C 11 Kilme
J Henry P Case
K- Mr. Walter Rei-
Ie-M f. Schwartt.
Mn F Carman
N-P H Von Mad.
O-J F. widener
P A K Maonmber.
Q-Edar1 M Weld
K- rrhibald Markhe
S-l rtrant Walker
T-P IV Mahee
P V.MU S Kilmer
V -Samuel P Iltdclle
f.i -.lohn K Matljen
Ki W Yrlverton
l"-4ap K 11 Cae.att
irorirr T m!th
H C, A Co hrun
,&-Mr G A .-apena.
lt-r. W Ke:irn-r
i M K hnapp
1 -.amuri A Clark
sWil iam II r, ai-
K-H T warnioit
- - - M F'.oranr- Ha Prrrt Ul.ahn
ir .lame. Howe
:r -0ohn K Walker
;rl r F .laeoby
T F IV Lnwreniv-
r.- I'hil Chinn
f.ifi a Wheeiock.
I ranwi'n Peitil
rA II r IHUer.DecK
r.da'ri Murphr :d ci-A Hir.hfi-ld
Mr, Elr(K,k,r f;rTjnk lirown
Ul-W A Vit.kenon.
Na.h Itoekwnod 4 S C Hililretn
rrrank 3 Volan K S Llchiensieln
J4 - Vr-A M Thackara Harry M Sieren
J.'.-.tohr Tiiikrr C-F. It Pradley
r Hfim.lto'i ih.irion Jamee Kane
"-.lohn (' Hint
-0 U-o Mair
71 -,1 w VrClelland
7: A J lvy
'.I J T Sanders
74 M Wee
T F. ) ltter.r
1 Charles Slior.rood
r.Mi F. Arllnnon
tt OenrFe H m!lh
fl -Albert Davl.
.j, r cimmint
u- Pmlip I'tio-ntx
- II Krhart
r-r. H Hours
rc F. John"n
IV-p IV Chalmrr.
-j; aiirerl Dreyrr
A Thorns .1 O'l
K t r yeager
Thorns .1 fi'Mnen tl-E Lls.Vrtrr
il 1!; u1,-?" S,A
i-A J ir.aktley
FOR TRAPSHOOTING TITLE
t nnmplon.nip will ttr
teBr,i m HI. ImnU .t Month.
ine prenmrisry progremme 01 tn.j
rri-(in-einii emini rtiiuiHuii imcriii"'!
lug toiirnaincnl. to be held nt St Louis
-cn , K l.heU,
.1D.. .UUUM .l--ii. rilluws l-eer.ll ll'.Ilie
i.-.L. ...... .r. c. ' 1 ..,.1. l,r.,.,;:
tor?. .0 be foil 'wed on Tuesday by the,
Mound city oierturr nnd the national
.iii'iiim - ii.i ini Mini i.ii-i in-- iiiiiiiniai .
l,nmlnn.hln t Ulh sI,Ia r, wl !
nii.ui.iii - 'I"i"'n" I r.,,ie
double, targets .ilnes.las-. AiipufI :3.
Will be glicn over to the preliminary
handicap, while the grand American
handicap will be shot on the following
day l-'rldaj the consolation handicap
will close the tournnr.,ent
Prtr pr will rinse on At
I. nines win rinc on uciisi i. nun ine
v...b iil.'.'i- r-lnh will ilefeml 111. title
,' .7. i.v; ., i.,ri,Mn in, tri,
Bn,i fl0'i( rhamiilntislilp'. which will he held
at Hronklyn Athl.tb Field on jsatiinlav
'nuaFieK V JJa'i"'.
ahltn frnm ,hl, r,y ciriK time. He i a
intur In a eclionl nt Polt-I ni n. Pa. anil
while srlliie', wa. In eee-lun he Mas loo
hu In think of an thing bin hi. ofTKial
Charier I" siefano. a ho carried the
einhlein of the Oiiiniini A A, In distance
rBrea for the pant four years, haa derided
to compete unattached, .tartlng tu-nior-row,
After he compote, unattached for
on. year he will Join a larger organization.
LEADING SPIRIT AT
Charm of Old Time
Racing Days Revived
Breeders, iToua or lneir
uay a t eature 01 .any
There Is no keener critic of racing and
' the conditions surrounding the sport
than Walter t Vnaburrh the talen'ed
cran nuner s. osiurgn, tne taien.ea
. handlefijiner of the .Tnrkev Club, whose
. . - - - . .
work was never more brilliant than
durtr the present eaon. Mr. Vos-
, . . . . . . . , .
I burgh got his first taste of racing In the
days when Jerome Park was young, and
with the tcport about to shift to Kmplr
City, not so manv miles from the Ms-
torlc old aaddlebap course, he tM-came ,
reminiscent a rew nays ago 01 Aqueauct.
"NVhen Jerome Park opened Its gates ,
in September JS0." he said. "It had a '
membership that Included the foremost 1
men n' trin. ,im. mnne ,h.m inn!.rri 1
W. Jercme, William R. TTavera. John
Hunter, August Belmont. D. D. Withers.
George Osgood, William Constable.
Judge Alor.ro C Munson. Jrihn F Purdy
nnd Sir Roderick Cameron, and the -,,n'ur " a7v -I
mnire ... r,o, n,i.i v. ..,, ex l usl vciy for f . .u r- CRT-olds. Prrak-
I such men of affairs culdlnr the t.oMcv of
I the orpanlratlon The feature" f ihat '
first meeting, which was of only four .
day duration, wt.s the Inauguration
j Stakes at four ml e heat Kentucky
owned by Messrs Hunter. Travers and
Oiigood and which af ten, art 1 passed to
Mi. Jerome, won In straight heats, beat-
ing among oincrs iniewua ana 1 leet-1
1 wing There were four days of sport in
. the autumn nlso and these meetings
were lunctions wnicn attracted the elite
or ine country
Match Dai lra(tirr.
Not the least Interesting feature of
On the day prior to the
regular meetings matched
On the day prior to the opening of U-o
races the re-
suit of arcimients between rlial brooders
who were carer to back Ihe get of a
favorite stallion, would b run off Two-
l.Ar.olri. tllflt Vlftfl nnl ee RtnrtlJ w,.-..
race for IIMOO between Sir Roderick
"""-i mi- ri ."-.nil-
Inglon, against John Hunter, w
natcd his stallion Censor, Sir
ho nottli- 1
iM.ll, mill ine ririu nils llir nieiliuni lor
some hravv outside wagering There
vnuld be five or six of these events ami
they stimulated the breeding Intetest
tremendously Those were days of
heavy wngerlng, with the first subscrip
tion room nt Broadway and Twenty
first strott, and afterward located t
Madison avenue nnd Twenty-seienth
street. New York,
Th'et'e were only n few meetings each
Ari r oAntinno.-t Mp riihut nil "ttir
;ca.son including I'ltnllco nn.l Jerome 'fHambMi u which won t,e Gteat llast
Parlt. spring nnd fall, with midsummer ' " ,'1;",,'.r'1' "' n,,h n," K""1" (" hJ,'
meetings at Prospect Park, Saratoga. . ,e ronel 'V 'r',,'l,;,7
and Monmomh Park Mos, of the races Z,"
were ior uieiiiiiie m viiniini onu
some of them were ni heats,
Malilnu- nf Mnaclr.
"They were dsy when the trainer rave
the bulk of his attention tn the r-.king
of muscle, nnd the horses of that tlm
I till pi-c'i
I llll in,)
were galloped mile after
heavy blnnkets and scraped
ounce of fnt was removed. Naturally
this treatment ilulled tin Ir gpreil and,
Ull- re-ui. I I lll'.i-l .'l ri U' lirri- y,"" .. , ,
trlnl of endiitanec 1 ran only tecnll one -..-.. r me.
long rare that was run nt lop hped fnun Coi.i-mi.ps, Ohio, .lull :: -Tu Colum.
the fill of the Hug the Matlirty Stakes bu cltlli 111 the Aineilc p Ayn.e atlon
Pl three miles In 1S72, when Harry Has- was placed on the tn.itl.tt for n.ie tn.
sett iiinl Monarchist ran Ihe firrt two l-y The mmr snow Itiir of the l, last
miles nt a tremendous pate, the former i year nnd this (season is said to be tin-
being done nt that point If the horsea muse of Pros-Merit SelininlHirn's ileslre
of the present a ere trained as they weielto retire from baseball.
rancied bet, Mane Matcn'have been for catcher to touch home
reason, bays i ramer
then ti-.ey wouldn't last through a single1
"noon. If a horse started fifteen times
11 "f,on ' " considered phenome-,
. 1- n. '
rt cuuiiJiri.unnir iriuuir v.i'- -..
was the large number of rnre nt equal
"eights that we-e run. T! ere were many
sper al prizes for three. year-olds, among
th,m ,ht. Plmon, ana Alinua. Kakes at
jorum Park, each worth nV-ut lt..oon
he Travers and Kennor nt Saratoga and
the Jersey Perbv. Lorlllard and Omnibus
at Monmouth Pnrk w-r of equal or
All Went ta Post,
"OwreTi had fewer engagement, and
rv'T colt tn training that had the re-
r" "r" J" ' . V
were stakes where the other horses- met
?! '''"i''1 also among thern the
nfk"- VRrof ni5 "'her rhampl-ns were
h" "color. H l" a hT, 'or n, Slf. rhe.rV-" ""riN" '
"t he oS ", r had mo'e to say H ' nol a hit unless batter plainly
n,,r,ut',hr conduct of his stable perhaps "" v b,"",rn throw to flrft'
Jh , th, .s whfn ma, . of ()Ur'had one been made,
tramers are afraid to risk a defeat It's m , 7- , , k . fc
morf waU of hu;.ir,ess to-day than 1 . T'lTt u! XIXWX i i on the
i ,v, e ..1,11, , .,t . Am'lr,r.t ''..." " on h
m renoi,ke i tl. mienlnn of what he
considered a fair distance In which to
the t,eeri n-,d stamina nf o run.
horse, Mr Vc-hurgh s.ild : "One mile nnd
n ntiirte- thnnlr! 'o .imnle 1 slunildn't
line to eee n re iv.u 01 u ie nmgries ai
lie its over n distance 1 ney nan a
blighting effect uon nil tr.nt tooK part,
''t. ynu w'lli re'rnVmber. , antra
' vn nssoc-ntim to pia.-o on or tnem
lP i'iiikhiiiiihi-. inn h"ih-ip in muui
Trainers neruneii in 11 1 1 ineni nnn aiier n
,,,'. ,';,, '
l' were dropped. WoiiMn t thrv
splendid purpose I 'nquestlnn-
amy. 11 iney n-criioii a siimiieiii iieKree
of patronage 10 warrant the nssoclatlon
mmement nlone thin line "
i. i.. u.i
In rerponse to the question as to what
bnrse had the gnutrst sentimental nt-
traction for him. Mr Vosburgh replied
Parole, piit'ole was an idol before nnd
after his Ktighsh trip. He had only one
burs', of sjeil, but that was so phe-
imniennl that once wltneseed vou never
I fl lCul It
Tlio ci'iiversntlon tnrnlnc tipnn the Im-
"10M" l''lble for," I w,.- ear-old to carry
' i-i r 1 1 11 ih 1 "
i w-. ... . ( , . . i.t i.
I. ' . ... .. .
hav. P2 a tn i.ear.i',il win with that
bunUn, I put 141 ..ititidn on Unduratice
by Risht. but she dldi. t accent Hv the
1 w;"v: "I0"' ,;aN " w l"l,lrr-1'1 tllly-or.e
i ' " " " , ' "' rl'r'
""""-.i. iiaii-n i mini' miners smrie.i
to rr,'. "Pr?i',, "'V 1 !,",fI ll'm "rn"-'h
Oh. es' tiMl KOnietlmcs whi-n
,,, ., ...,. .,,.. , ,
, .7.' ",!' " "'", "'""-irnissing-ku- u,f
If Rudyard Kipling want to break I
into magar.n-. he better QU wrttlnc
war Fluff and Join the naseball T rlter
. . : '
tone hospitals am protaautw ui
inKM invasion or trie west, us
hurtlnr their business,
I The height of fnollnhneeK la waiting
i for Yllbert Heblnson to o.rack. tlncle
may rquaitn, out ne never win cram.
What a rrrat champion Freddie Wlh
would have been If he were allowed
1 That 1100 fine hurt .loe Tinker more
than a nuepenJlon. Joeeph'e nerve cen
tre le In hie bank roll.
Battling t1nskv and Jnck Dillon are
1 -alackera- They haven't fought In more 1
than a week.
We not a gent by the fln old Irish
- - M , L u . , . 4 . ttMl.
naack rolf cour In .!. Many a big
league player would be proud of a IfS
batting average. Murphy l In flanrer
of bln hnncht bv tawn McGrnw He
; iJlf.S A?L
anouian t ..ave none u
rreddl Welsh and Annette Keller-
mann train at the same gym tn Douglas-
ton. I I. Everybody stop trying to tell
an once who Is ehowlne the'heM form.
At the Hackensack polf tournament
D F Murphy made the rourse In
Think of how many licks he had nt the
bal' Tou can't bate the Irish '
pear Tom Man on .eenni and third
bane on. out mtter hit. bar, Man
rurnlr.r tnm eonil to third le hit hr
hstt1 Pa :.n :-nm iniri prpr-e our
Irr th- t ro man r"t hit Pr the Patted
p I I. he a' nw4 to rn-e o- rrii-t he
to h-k to third- a nr.Anrn
Can't score. Must go bark to third.
rar Tom il A ears It Is tmp.tM.
fer a rlththand.r to have n In.hoot.
B ). A le wronr 1 1 ritht"
Uhere Is Uralnard. f-mer oian
tl'lii h team n tht moet r'PPant'jj A
(1) B is -lght nichthanfler can throw
an "Inshoot " (I) Providence Interna
tionals (.1) Chicago Nationals. 10. Ho
on Nationals, f. secotul . Giants. 7. third.
p.ar Tom il Wlh you pl.as. l.t m.
kn. whe-e the liiant. ."cured lJirry
rr'. f-o-ii -21 Wn. he ever ;armd out
tiivne at m ..t'e.r . To-V ,tate
1 te-ti. tlinn: ...cue
ni m.r.. onTTi.r.n.
1) From fprlnprleld of the Three I
league C) No (3) Ye
Pear Tom '11 a bet. that Frit? Mat.el
I. :. feet S n ri.ntnfl. he l ! feet 7W
Who ir 'II What t Mal.e' s e.rtt
Si TVh I. thf .mal'e outr.-'de it the
i.c ' ci-"e Wh.t le h. h-itht and
ni. 41 What le th f.ch'int wetaht
of -lohr.nv Pupilee- Hie h.eich-"
(11 Records furnished by New York
dti give Malsrl's height as o feet
ill 'same 'authority states
Mu eel's e,ght Is If f pounrte (5) l.ie
bo!d f. feet f tnehes In height, ISO
pounds tn weight. (41 1 -"V pounds.
' Scotty Montelth says Johnny Is T- feet forrlng out a runner whll. th ethe
n iTmhi.. in helrht srore. T. b.tter credited with a saerlflre
P.ar Tom Three men on baa... batter ,
t-lke. out. Put ball bounce, out or
' fret t.a... "ji h.n half a don th. tin.
ihe ump're rail, him out io you inina
Iumplr. should hav. Interfered JACK.
If there was lej tban two out at the
time the batter was out on strikes re
cardleas of the ball being unraught. If
j there were two out logical thing would
I plate for the third out, a runner on
third was forced In.
7ar Tom 1) If In game f b..bll
Ih. visiting t.am .core 1. 0 0 0 t 0 I for !x
lr.nir.tr ana tne 1.0m. team aoor. 0 u 1
for r.v. 'nr.lnr. ad a. th. horn, team wai
golr.r to bat In th.tr half of th. .nth It
r!"rt ha-4 that game r..i to he called
in th?' ha ""of The .uth and'wouia
hc,mr am win rame I Also doe.
four and a half mn'ng. con.tltut. a tame
1 (I) Te; home team win. J to 0 (J)
Yes, provided home team 1 ahead. If
home team Is behind four and a half in
ning?" Is not a legal gam.
Dear Tom Ktndlr l.t re. know If a
rain cherk la good for any car of th. ..a-
at tn. roio i.rojno. jjiun.t.:.
ea. exoept a Tanker rain check i
not good for a GIr.nt gam nor a Giant
rain oheck for a Yankee gam.
P.ar Tom Pl.a. l.t m. know who
1.4 In batting tn 110 and 114 tn th.
Jake Daubert of Dodger led In both
I'll and 1M4.
r.ar Tom With man en flrt and
third h'ter Ml. ball to ihort.top. who
trie, to g.j m.o at plat, but fa lie 4. rua-
Mil ruipnsr.. ,
I believe so
Have seen them.
' Pear Tom Relief pitcher .nt.r. gam.
""h .fore s to n agair.ei mm in. team
hut fnalsj loe
n (, rhrr. W,h lh, n,f..t
et .econi pliiiier"
i Krt nnu
if .cure wat- tied while second pitcher
u 'm' "he V wh
near Tom Klnfllv .late whether or
not Ho.ton and Philadelphia 1 National. 1
player a ooijpi. nenner on l may jun.
'tl '.r. Ihe .(-nr.. r le 1 ni ! m 1"
j r hai.vani,
, v-lV Ttiev nlaved one rame. eleven tn
nUladelpMa wlnn.ng, : to 1
pear Tom Will ou kindle let me know
here I can ret a record of Tom Olllen.
ho played lth Ft l.eule m IrJP or '.krj.
anl who I, nou a noit.t lrl.h nionul.iniftt
Don't remrmber of Turn 'llllen ever
plnjIn-T with St l.ntils Cardinals.
pr Tnmp(, , pu kn.w th,
nt.out. of 17n.!irn Cottreii the
VarJ.e and Ito.ton Satlnna
pitcher" 1 s Ired h'm at Trov. where
he lis, heeti at lien, i-eii a w infer Imt
h- tin. flnl.hed 111. 'n lepe work for thl.
enr ami ba. left Trm Petl ap. If .u
will put a iiuery In vmir r lutv.n inn niai
be ah e te hep me ln-iiii him If i..u ilo
Ill'l r.iu' linr nr - tn vr.,1 in
Sorry, Bll.y, but 1 haven't his address.
Mu be he will see this and -cnd II In.
near Torn Are there at nre.enl nrv
erpban 1 batters In ihe National or Ameri'-
ran leagues . A K
Notin that I kno wof at the present
Pear Tom A bet. n that Pennington,
the ea.i'nnimerrla! pin her. tin rt it over
season, that 1
, ,..,,l in -
ex-Newtiin ji.t. tier The
menu nr. bet ecu IM7-II
"' i"1" ' " '
All M JONI
' n my opinion
mi,rf , pam)l,n
j n,Hr To,n,i, i j, ,),,, rv,.,,.
' enn win Hie i hiini.noneMp "n n ile 'ii .-,
int r.iuini. I If- li inut hti .l. i.im
ft'.' th .Vi '-.n,.' r'p.,., V.'!.".-,
cll j,iH h it. n. nn on a u i h.,
lti." KPilIT I' V.N
1 ( 1 ) A wins. C) As la rliht.
Pear Tom will you kindly inform me
record, and oblige, i iiank hap.au as.
S(.na jo cent and rottw to Sam
Aiuif In. Richard K. Fox Publishing Com-
PR., Hanover Square, Sew York, for
so. snorllnr Annua
hl Snnr.lri.r Anmin! . it mntalrwi
j pugilistic records and a little haeeball
' nmtf. mmi nasenau dtok is rdr (I nr p
omde." puWIshcd hy American PportK ,
lMhllnhlnc Company, II Warren etreet, j
nt TtmfiMiuiiv CurMriii
hortipp on the New n.ven learn or uie
Haelern Irf.cue when onli 17 le.re flf are.
He ,nt from them to Olnrlnn-tl T K.
. DJ' ,Vn,m.rr,B 2'" P1"' .,iT.'!
menn rn prsetlce traek work, and on.
ieh ) not dimcult to enier" H Jr
There are many In this city. See Dan
Kern at A. A. l. noanquartera, 1
Warren street, New York, and he will
"" DU rJUD nearrsi ru' nomr, ,
aMr,f ,B h W1, T,e-nn
r.t Murphy, s It hrourht hsck mem-
one. ef th. goeit .Id da.. 1 bee to rttrTer
h T K. hnseter r.iLrfllns th. team
"h fhleh Pt Murrhy plsyed tefnr.
coming te the Olsnt. If my memorv
i."'" .m flht', t .Murphy 'and I-M'.i
"c? f' '.,.. ' .V
(- r-if In n, a , Ih, k na- ftf t K HIT
een.nn. na were xnewn the pony Ml-
er or tne niant. Mike Tienn rsm to
the (Hunt- from th. .ler.ev nty team t
the r oee of the 1IM ees.nn a plleher
He hfi.a eueh .uperlor ability a a b.t.
man ho vet. th.t he rn replarea Mike
liorr In rleht field Hope you wir f
thl. spare Tom, . It mav iuik-n ilie
memo-le. f some of the eoefl e!t1 timer
jam r tii.ack
AH right, James
never grow less
may your aiiadnw
Pear Tom VCIII you kindly plln In
your morning pap.r the proper way t
Vk h.e: and to.. A A I" rules, and
hat must I avoid t prevent a 1u.ge tak-l-r
me off th. trark tf- Poe. the lurtre
give a warning before ordering ou oft the
tra'k- J. I.. niiXNETT
(1) If you will find two Judge of
walking who can agree on what const!
.on Vae. ?or he Veoera L ,"
Te, nre. of them
Yes. thre. of them
Per T.m TV11J ru Vlndly l.t m. kroi
th date f th. first Moran-Ooff.y f.ght
Ortob-r 1. llf.
Ta t TmP ts aii a a v If V Bt rnr
! a ir. or de.d" St dead. I would Ilk. to
kno hen and where h" died
C K 11
What Prod Stearns do you mean"
Pear Tem What 1. a
Strained, torn or lamed muscle tn up
per or lower lg
Pear Ton A ! relieved, with ar.- I
ewi- O elnt hm M 11. who f.r.t.he.
tame and ,ni, hut eoer. haa b.en tied
Who It -harred l:h defeat
After score was tied on B It a his
game to win or lose and If B lost B It
charged with the defeat.
P.ar Tom (J) Man on third . and
man on f.r.t h. On. out Hatter hit. a:l
to an tnf elder, who th-ows Pal! to ..conn
(I) Tlea.e eip'.aln what a balk li
(I) Ne. (J) Pee ect1en , ft. 4, r.. . (
7. and of Rule 34. Haven t space to
ruhllsh full explanation of a balk,
Pear Tom Kindly l.t m trnew how
many ..asone the Federal tiagu. latt.d.
Thre year , tw-o as claimant to
m)."r leaarue c!slficat1nn.
Iar Tom KlndJy detd. a bet for
u. tn your sporting clumn. A aay. that
a hall t.am won etthlr two cor.eeutlve
rame. during eea.nn, while B .a, that
onlv tw.nty fereeeutlve im wer. on
durUir a .ea.on U. t.
No regular leagu team ever won
more than twenty straight game, and
that feat only was accomplished by
Providence of National Iearue In Iff
In 1 'f.-70 the old Cincinnati Red Stock.
Ir.gs, playing Independent baseball, won
nlne'een straight games, tied cne, and
then rolled their total of victories up to
fifty-six before they were .topped by the
Mutual of Brooklyn.
Pr Twm TQndlr l.t m. knew. It jeu
ran. th. whvreabeut. f Jo. Alan. th. old
ttm. ball player, who plai.d In th. dan
of pop An.on. ai he I. a relative of mln.
If you cannot give me thl. Information. 1
vrl.h you would let m. know wh.r. I
eotud obtain It, Thanking you In advanca,
I remain, J f JR.
Sorry, but I hav lot track of Jo.
Mayh he or seme of his friends will see
your auery and end m om Informa
tion. P.ar Tom Kuon.nl n .9.nd nd third
ba... runner on third la off b., and
rurn.r on e.eend. thinking that third h
I. unoccupied, run. to third anl tou'lie.
ha. The catcher on the orpo.lnt .11.
touoh.. horn, p at. and deela-e. man
on third out her.u.e he wa. forr.d In
th. meantime both runner, h.. run hrrk
to their ha.es 1. man on third aafe or
cs.t I. C N
Safe' Not forced.
P.ar Tom til Hav. y.u th. r.eerd f
a pltch.r najn.d andr.w Punning eu
T-laieJ on the Ttaltlmor. Orlo'.e- v Ith
Cir'f.lh and Mrtlm. ' If . pttrher
make, hel'eve he 1. rotr.c to thros th.
ba' to the catcher hl'e a man 1. on
f.t.t. hut do. not ke-plne th bu.l In lit"
tided hand, he then threa. It to f.r.t
and ret. M, tr.an I. It a ! i or H l
runner out . J linn man" time. h
K ) Pr wn arl l,e.-h r-o. met and
ha- vu re Ihe re-ult." A 1IF. KDr.U
111 Sorry, but I haven't Dunning'
record I?) If pitcher mnkra motion to
th-ow lo catcher w th fl-.t i.i.. necupie.1
'"7" rn"--r w- n n-si t..f. occupie.! fo,Mt,, ;i f,8). ,n n(.1Kro,,
Tt 11", ,7VrmT1 e,f,,hTl ".Pounds nnd L a backfl.-l mar.
a balk. (31 Crn-. and K O met In two , , resemV'e Hat
cloe ten round no derision bouts.
r, ... . j v. for the llel and R'a k team wrxt fV.
Pear Tom What I. a rtouhl. header . m ,-,,,-.,,,,.,,'..,- , 1
I. tt one game In the nm-r'nt am on- 111 , ' W r ca tain of 1pm
ram In the afternoon" Or 1. one ram. I years uash'nctor. Mich Set ool team,
aftet anotr.r" iSPOlttin Ml'I.PHV The r'eien led In l'r.wn was the be-1
Two games for one aipnls-on on ' that ever rrp-e-., ti'c1 the ln.-i schoo
same afternoon Morning and afternoon ' plaiort etid was fa-t and heady ami
games not consHered h iloiible header. ,'huH be a str mi b i 'er far a berth m
Ithe lte.l nnd Black tvu,l UN h. m' i
Pear Tom - .li A pet. n that th. hlghe-t I "' W.ihnpion In pl.- .np c.indltion h
numher of run. .. orrd In on. lnt In, fur 1 strips about IsO pounds
ea-t, of iis wa. 1 run, mad. H tii i Anot'ie- !tn' it.o- of the eeal enth i
ill.li-. n .av. -he Olatt. peter , --el .inm ) v i ,,,,.,, ,. .,
1.1 rin. In one li.i.tr c ll'br 1. nrbt " I 'L. 1 ,. ' f '' M "1 foothnll U t'.
ifi What ae the hilie.i .e.ne ni.'. i'r,,nrty sal' "f eas..n tickets. Thl ni
one rum. of 1M, n-i.'t. ,1 gt".uKi7 , Inaugurate.) thl week hy Mar.iger j; j
1 11 Neither Giant did hot make it Murpbv who Ii.ik n i- .rps of aMflvt
runs 'li one tnntr.g In nn ga-re In f 1 r. cap..iss!nB the ti.wr.
but In game here with Si 1-mils on M:.v
IS. 1011, Ihe lilntits made '". run- in ' r.lemoe A. r. , nine.
first Inning The Inning wn a remark.;
able one It consumed f'-riy mnii'is.
I Kvery illati- batted twi e e,-ept Matty
-al'ee sinned at il was found fur Iw.-
singles and n t-'nle Hntnmn w is
lili-ki'd ft" a homer, two sltirle. lfw -.-.l
two passis, hit a batsman and Mirili
liotieliUlil pl'iy. le'Wdermllk. Ihr
M. Louis p'tcher, was li t fur a don i
at'il n Hit.gle bi'li'te he ret'red t'e s lie
ill Ch.ii-.igo. f, Brookl.m, 4, Ma.i H
Pear Tom A man ot flr.t ll.;i-i I.:
ball to i !: her Pitcher threur t- t-
I'lr.t tuiMlii.ill llir-iw. to n.-ftiil i. iniii
i colnr ft' m ni n eion1 fun el
hi bale to be toil, he,l ou' " !
Hi is forced If filsl basctiinn I ui
mui'lieil Hist fur an nut on t h l i m
llien lorn out would hale ( ise,1 to i v
i.l iiml lutiiirr going tu second ual
huie lo be touched
p.-nr T"-li - I'll i" I- ' me if !. . '.-
ti .i .-a li ,i ri.i.ti- a i.r !,- , i
4,a,e l " '
Yes . at Urn lia-e I. " i"'l . 1
Rule Is not strictly ibsrnd, limnir. I
POLO TITLE EVENT
TonrnPT .for Clrcnit Cnps at
j COMMITTEES AEE XAMEP
While the nntlonM championship polo
comprimone wnicn are holfllnr the ram-
Pus of the Point .Tudllh Cotintrv riuh at
. .nrracaneeit I'ler are producing eome
I tH mntcliee. yet It looks vej-v much a.
,hn, tournfimfnt b( 0Vhnrt(Tw?d
i,t- the. mniehr for tbe lier i-irv-nii
to be started at the Thllndelphla
i Countrj- Hub on September If.
. The official of the I'olo Association
evidently realise that the tournament t
rolnt Judith, while plvlne the player a
" amm more or less ineai aur-
, rounnitigs, was not what a national
championship meeting should be, Prob.
amy some day when the Polo Aasocla-
Ihe championships the placi they merit
n(1 Vtace them either In Jnn e
W'"'. t Meadow Brook.
The tournament far the Inter Clrvutt
cup., looms up as a more representative
nffHlr than the Po'nt Judith event. Th.
Polo Association v-erd.. .er., T,. ,
i-nnuuion lor tne tournament, and n-
nouncod that all teams comlnr to Phllo.
delphla would be provided with trans
portatlon Thl' proviso covers at most twenty
mounts nnrl four grooms for each tearri.
Should the Hawaiian Circuit disctd to
send or! a learn, It will have to par th
faro Itself for the nsoc'M!on dec.llnea
to p-ovlde tranvortntion for any team
west of the Pacific const
At least three circuits will hare to b
represented In the tourney or It will
be cancelled At present It looks aa tf
there mil be at lrat four circuit In
The Polo A.soclatlon. through H. t,
Herbert, yesterday anncunre.1 the ner.
snnnel of the circuit committee, whlc!
' fUr '" " w sl,.tltute. to rep-
I ,h" vartnu "IviMons. The com-
j nn4 tf)( f,Bh nc,U(Jf(, ,n f,ph
i circuit are as fnnw
.Cl. Chart.. 0. Treat Port Ethan
Allen, Vt . Po-t Mi, Va . Port Ore
therpe, C5a ; Fort r.l e Kar IV-t -ani
Hon. ten. Tet Tort Ft... iikla . Wa.hlnr
tor. We.t Point.
P.v.rein Ml'burn eh.l-man. W ftrorhe
Jon.a John F. Cow.im Oooper.tenn
P-a. n.-ea Count- .;-eat Ne,i, i.,ip
l.ak.woofl M.ti'.i-w Pr.i .1. i1 It-dg. Hut
I'lplr.r Ro-V ror:Ct-ter r.Mtrv nrd M"i
lnt Horka.ai It.mi i sent.
SyuaAron A. We.t, be. e- Whtppat.i l.lve-
Burr.kl R Huff ca'-man. A t! M"e.
o Jlliriie .ir II. X T.lle- T.,t n
Oour.trv c ur ciap-i
- n"e. lion- l .. I
Va.ley Thou.and la. and. p, lo Cub We.t
W O. l-.w. oral-mat.. Jo.hna Cr...
w A. Haiard Pe'ham. Mmrli llul
I'olni Judiih. We.trhe ,ter.
John B MP e-. ehalrman. Prani-ls J
CVr.lan. H tlo-dm pati.e iv y ! i. ,.
ham. Major c In .7 n llrl.e. r r
tame. Cnroraln tie Morte M''.
Jtn.-sld San-a Pathara. ra.r Maien. -ip,,
kane, Wavee y Coun..
I Al.tand.r Pr. n. rhal-m.n. W II Te
I Jit Huhn. J. --ar.k.:n M.-Padd.n r. n
.Wri ,r':?'onA r,'! r'f I'hl ii.le phi
I T. Bdmund Krjnbh.'.a rh.-nar.
Tnoma. Hltcheo-k lUth S. I eta-e
Aiken. Camler.. pile T-ee Wuhlrr i.
Al.tand.r T p-tmm .tr . chairman
It. Veil.. It It. M-CrTrr.ak Chfac iei.
'er Country, Ki.ti.a. i- v Cmr.-r n-.
went.la. St Irul ''w:r Ppieiwa p
Wa'ter F Pi: Ir.thtm rha.rman lion
lulu Aa.oei.t. r ,.h ar.t -rmmit'ee uitm-he-.
to b. named
WORKING ON GRIDIRON
ALONE ALL SUMMER
Davidson of W. and J. Is
Evidently Anvions lo Mnlif?
tlic Foothnll Team.
WaSHtNOTOst, Pa., July Is. TrySnt to
get Into fit physical condition for the
football season the real prellmlnarv
practice of which does not start until
September 1 and which doe not open
until the latter part of the month, Anhu
Dav1don, who will try fo a bacKfle' .
be-th on the Wash'r.pton and Jefferson
i oilrgt- foot hall eleven next fall, Is prac
, iK.-c da : at C 'iiere Field
' ii. a. v.... .
... l.,- r ! nt,, r h l-n;il!UII!eH m Ol
workouts, with the eeert:-n of several
jr.g b"s oc.-as'r-na"ii and now anl
then a summer evhoo! student wbi
shake, off the languid fe -,g produced
by the torrid weather of the past week
and acccmpnnle. him 'o the ground"
But this doe r.nt Interfere In the least
w':h liav'd-on's pra:,e He gon
through a rer.ilar pr. cratr-re every d5.
It consists of p-"lg throwing for
ward rassrs and --e era', dashes around
the tra-U, nil of which -iirisumes about
an hour. DaMdsi a hn.ls f-um Clero
l'it d tut ! nt'.r. " ,g t-immer s.hool
he-e. II. entered Wash'nct n and Jrf
ferron College lust at the close of lart
foothill seas .n lie weicr-oil about na
rift star Atio-lier n- mls-g candidate
ine i, nre .iihietu Cub will h.
, '" ,
Portable and Permanent
Or Builcingr fcr ,:-.y Pirf.Oe
HM i LI
1 . , of . '
nut r mi r in it him, (i.,
in linage si., .N, l . a u.
re-l 1 J
tl l J J ,