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Saratoga Is Astir-Sovereignty in Northern Racing, Undisputed Since 1864, Again Will Be Acclaimed at Spa To-day
, ; THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1916.
BRITISH PROS STILL
ARE PLAYING WELL
lack of Competition Due to
Wnr Does Not Seem to
Affect Their Uume.
VAHDON IS AT HIS BEST
nr jonjr o. Axnnnsox.
"Absence from your country," writes
Harry Vnrilon, "makeei me Ionic once
nore for a return visit ami Inns most
tronfely, Hnslnnd will Always be my
llrst Ijvo nnil holil my affections dear,
but I shall never rest In peace or be
thoroughly happy until I win your Amer
ican open championship."
The tumult In l.'tirope, in we have
Written many tlinox. completely spoiled
the American tours which were to be
Wade this summer. There wan no In
tention on the part of the IlrltlMi cham
pion to Journey to America Inst ye-vr.
More, er, them never wan any chance
of a larKo company comlnx over together
with a commercial aim In view until
the Haskell patent hud expired. Many
ft golf ball manufacturer hart Intended
to send over one of the bent profes
sionals ho could procure In order to take;
part In mntchcH and so with victories t
boom tho falo of some make of Rolf ball
anil also to play with certain makes of
clubs, both wooden nnd Iron, In order to
command a sale through the prominence
attached tj the patne of the golfer.
Happily this business feature of the
fame was not had here; the golf matiu
fncturtnj; bodies abroad rather fancy the
Idea of featurlni; the tine scores which
re -made with certain kinds of balls,
but that fenturo should not be a part of
our ndvortlslnir In this country, as It
only leads to extravagances, which help
Low Service Advertised.
There wa time when every score
tinder 70.no matter on what course, was
given a jiald space advertisement In tho
foiling maicatlnes nnd papers abroad,
and every time a player had a very old
ball ho sunt It In to one of the com
panies and said that ho had golfed for
one hundred or two hundred holes with
it nnd that It was still In very fine con
dition. Naturally the manufacturer sent
the plnyer another new one or maybe
ttr:re than one; the practice Just before
the war was f.Ultnff off, much to the re
lief of many.
Nowadays almost every professional
tiaa his own clubs stamped with his name,
and there Is little to bo Rained from the
play In this respect. So far ns a Rolf
club Is concerned thero Is nothing In a,
name unless It has stood for excellence
over a lone period of years. Little Is to
be Rained thereforo by such exploitation
The play of the professionals In Drlt
In does not deteriorate In the least. A
hort whllo ni-o we were told by
Harold Hilton that a man could play his
best golf up until he was SO years of
Me, but there are many golfers of to
day who believe that Vardon, Ilrald nnd
Taylor will be playing unbeatable golf
when they are 55 or 60. A short time
go nt Mid Surrey a match for a war
relief fund wan tagcd between the two
Englishmen Vnrdon nnd Taylor and
the two Scotsmen Hrald and Herd.
There were 4,000 spectators In evi
dence when the play was on, and prob
ably 4,000 of this number wlshcJ that
the war was over and that they could
Journey out to the link nnd not feel ns
they uu now, like persons guilty of soma
heinous crime. The charge for sdmls
slon was half a crown, nnd the twenty
five hundred dollars collected was all
turned over to tho wounded roldlers'
Vnrdort In Flne Form.
Vardon and Taylor were In the best
fettle, having a best ball of 36 out and
J2 home, while their opponents were un
steady nnd finished with a 72. They did
not fit In well, as the medal play of the
two Scots was a 74 for each. In the
afternoon match the Kngllshmen won nt
the last hole, the victory being duo main
ly to the good partnership play of the
Threo other matches Were held over
the I.ayrlck and Queen's Park Golf Club
at Uournemouth, nnd again Vardon
played grand golf. In his Inst six rounds
over good average length courses ho has
averaged 73, which Is surely a sign of
no diminution In golfing power. I have
it on tho very best of authority that tho
war will not be over two months, be It
winter or summer, before we shall see
Vardon, Taylor, Braid nnd Duncan In
our midst prepared to match up us Kng
llah versus the Scots or ngnln.it any pairs
which can be brought against them. The
desire to see Hrald 1 feel rniro would
cause tho greatest galleries which have
yet been In evidence In 'this land.
The growth of tho game of golf in
different sections of the country Is made
manifest by tho amount of space which
Is devoted to the sport. In tho big
metropolitan centres such as New York,
Philadelphia. Chicago and Boston the
same always receives consideration, nnd
when any match of more than ordinary
interest Is held full accounts aro given
to the golfers, who moro than the bate
ball fans, I believe, are eager to get news
of the players and of the game itself.
But the power of the game's appeal Is
een in the large space given on tho
Game Popnlar an Coast.
The Portland, Seattle and Ban Fran
Cisco newspapers devote columns when
a blr event is on, nnd each Week thero
re resumes of the play and notes
culled from near and far. In Texas the
game Is given much space, nnd In St.
Louis, whero tho slogan of the municipal
authorities Is "Every one must play,"
the headlines aro deep and the sport re
ceives as much at least as Is due.
In Dcs Moines, Denver, Minneapolis,
Columbus, Vnshlnston nnd Baltimore
the account of the games of golf do not
keep to a local tinge but embrace all
the well known tournaments of the
country. Syndicated articles appear In
many of the cities mentioned, nnd them
I" a demand at all times for news of golf
and golfers. In tho bigger cities there
comes a feeling nt certain Intervals that
the golfers do not caro much nhout
written reports, but as a class they are
the fussiest and every morning look for
golf news before anything else.
It may be Interesting to thnso wfho
follow all the reports of tho nolfors and
golf as It Is plnyed nil over the land to
know tha various champions who have
been newly born In tho various parts of
the United States. July has been fairly
prolific In the number of tourneys for
the highest sectional title. In tha strug
gle for the championship of western
Pennsylvania W. C, Fowncs defeated
E. M. Byers at the last holo.
In Massachusetts Jese CI ill! ford won
with no difficulty ; In Ohio Ira S. Holden
of Cincinnati won from a capable field
with comparative ease, while In Ne
braska Samuel IlcynoldB, a youngster,
captured the title. In Iowa Wallace
Groves, another player of youthful years,
cama to the front, while In Missouri
Hubert Hodgf. " ofer not 24 years of
Ke, trained the State title, while Hussell
Smith, another youngster, won tho title
of iiraplon of the Paclfio Northwest
Stage Js Set for Opening
of Race Meet at the Spa
Saratoga Handicap, First of Important Stakes, Will
, Usher In To-day Long Series of Features
Thousands Await Bugle Call.
II y D
Saratooa, N. T July &. Saratoga
has emerged from Its chrysalis. To
night old Droidnny resounds with the
rattle of the "Jitney." rates for "lodging
for man and beast" mount higher and
faster than tha mercury down In torrid
McAllen. The Hpa Is astir, for on tho
morrow her sovereignty In Northern rac
ing, undisputed since 18G4, will ngaln be
Her glory undlmmed by the threat
of rsln for the Inaugural of the twenty
four day race meellng to-morrow, Sara
toga to-night greeted the thousands who
have made the lieglrn to this shrine of
the thoroughbred. The constantly In
creasing Inpourlng of visitors, n scarcity
of accommodations at tho hotels, and the
presence of 1,200 horses at the track,
with not another stall available, cer-
talnly auf-iir well for the success of the
mceung. i ic iuic on era mat pie-
reded antl-bcttlng legislation In 1!HS
promise to bo rev ved-and not be-i ,,, f0 fllrmih wnnor twr.. Mr.
it ,1 i Y ' " tforcfm5t I Whitney won with Borrow In 1114, An
f'h.p .Vlw'. The war In hurope has , .,. ,... ,.., Au.
sent to Saratoga thousands whoso sum
mer haunts were abroad, nnd It Is to
that class, above all, that Saratoga likes
Fortr-foor Stake flares.
To those whose Interests here centro
entirely about tho thoroughbred the pro
gramme for the meeting presents a most
sumptuous feast. Forty-four stake races,
worth more thnn 1100,000, and over
night events cnrrylng nt least nnother
150,000, have nttrncted the leading
stables from all sections of this country
Tho tlrst of these, stakes, the Saratoga.
Handicap, with a guaranteed value of
$5,000, will to-mirrow usher In the long
series of features. It's a notable array
of stars that Is scheduled to start, and
to-night the troubles of the "dopestcrs"
were added to by the threat of heavy
going to-morrow : a poor track will
change, the complexion of tho raco de
cidedly. Yet, no matter what the con
dition of the track there nro many In
clined to favor Harry Payne Whitney's
Broomstick filly llegret. Not because
of past performances this season U lte
gret fancied, but on the strength of a
remarkable workout only lost Thursday.
With n heavy stabta boy up, the daugh
ter of Broomttlck rind Jri-ey Lightning
went a mile In 1 :40, and then continued,
on to the mile and a quarter, the Sara
toga Handicap distance. In 2:07 4-5.
Arrayed against Hegret will be such
stellar performers as Kmll Hen's Im
ported Short Orass, winner of the Km
plrc City Handicap: Friar Bock, victor
In tho Brooklyn nnd Suburban handi
caps ; The Finn, Kd Crump, Stromboll,
Trial by Jury, Clrumpy nnd Imported
Chiclet. There nre several other nom
tnatloiin. notably Mr. Whitney's remark
able Pennant, which may faco the
Wclihtt nisr Factor.
The weights favor Friar Bock and
Trial by Jury. The former, with class ,
nr'nved in hl stake events this season
has an lmpo.it of only 17 poiindi, while
Trial by Jury Is nsked to c-.rrv 1
pounds Just about right for the Carter
Stromboll has a host of followers, de
spite the fact that thf Fair Play geld
ing has been out only once since tho
Belmont Park meeting. After Winning
one of the big races on the Iing Island
course Stromboll was sel7fd with a
coughing spell and was immediately "put
KRAMER BEST POINT
SCORER AT VELODROME
Defeats Dupuy, Spencer nnd
Goullet in Mutch Kate
Vitwinir. N. J.. July 30. Frank
Kramer won the nlternanco race, a four
cornered match nffalr at tho Newark ,
Velodrome thla afternoon. Marcel Dupuy
of France nnd Arthur Spencer of
Toronto tied for second place nnd Al
fred Ooullet, the blond Australian, was .
fourth. The race was run on a point
basis. Under the rules only three riders
eomnete at a time, one rider of the four
being omitted In each heat. Kramer bad
25 points. Dupuy ana spencer id anu
Jackie Clark, tho little Australian
rider, who was ono of tho best sW day
cyclists that ever rode a wheel, won the
first race of th season by leading tho
field homo In the two-thirds mile handi
cap for tho professionals, Harry Kalcer
of The Bronx followed Clark over th
Eddie Madden after beating Arthur
Spencer In tho brassard raco was fined
$10 for rough riding and the rnce was
ordered rerun. This time Spencer
proved too strong for Madden. Tho
Newark boy fought Spencer hard down
the homestretch, but was a half length
to the bad at the finish. The summaries :
One-Third Mile Handicap (amateur)
Wen by Henny Clsrk (5 ynrds): Edward
Nasel (40 yards); second; Walter White
(21 yards), third; Nat Franks (SS yurds),
fourth. Time. 0:36 4.5.
Two-Thirds Mile Handicap (professional)
Won by A. J. Clark (45 yards) : Harry
Kalier (10 yards), second; Reginald Me.
Namara (scratch), third; Jarob Mngln.
Irvlngton CO ards), fourth: Alfred
Uremia. Australia (scratch), fifth. Time,
Two Mile Invitation (amateur) Won by
Erie Paelr.; Harry Hoffman, an Fr.mclscu,
oseonil; William llerk, third; A. U. Cam.
msrata, fnurla. Tlmo,
Unknown Distance llac. Invitation (pro.
fesslonal) Won by I.lnyd Thomas; Frank
C'orry, second: William Hanley. third;
Frank Cavananh. fourth: (Icoriie Cdin-ron,
nflh. Time. 4:57 4-5, lllstalte. !t miles.
The Hraatard Itacs (professional, Ar
thur Spencer . Ilddle Madden)- Won by
Spencer. Time, 3:!8, Last eighth mil.
13 3-5 seconds,
To Mile Open (amateur) Won by Will
iam Spencer: Tom Hello, second: llonjimtn
Perlcone, third: (lus J I.ang, fourth; Wal
ter White, fifth, Spencsr waa disqualified
for laktm the pola from the Inside. Time,
Tha Alternance Race (professional) Won
by Frank L. Kramer, 35 points: Arthur
Spencer and Marcel Dupuy lied for second
with 16 points. Alfred iloullel. fourth with
15 points, First heat won by Dupuy; (loul
let, second. Spencer, third. Time, 1:1 ! 5
Last eighth mile 13 3.5 seconds. Second
heat win by Kr.imer: loullet, second; Spen
cer, third Time, Minn Inst eighth
mile. Dill!-I, Third heat won hy Krami-r:
(loullel, second: Dupuy, third, Time,
1:01 1-5. Last elshth mile 0:13. Fourth
heat won by Hpencsr: Kramer, second ; Du
pov, third, Time, 3:00 1-5. Lust elshth
Five Mile Open (professional) Won by
Jacob Mucin; Hcflnald MeNamnrn, second;
John Bedsit, third; Menus lledell, fourth;
Frank Corry, llflh, Time, 10:07 1.5.
Bloomfleld Trnnla Tonrney,
Bloomciki-p, N, J., July no. Many
players have entered the elngles tcmil.i
chnmplonshlp tournnment of the Bloom
field Tennis Club, which Blarts on
Wednesday. A sllvtr loving cup will
go to the winner.
AN I HI,.
to bed," He got a long vacation until
his recent ttnrt nt Ktnplre City, where
he stopped after travelling most of the
way with the lenders.
The Finn Is un unknown quantity nt
proeent. having ben given a long rest,
but tin- Hallenlieck entry has some
rplondld workouts to his credit. Kd
Crump, n Western horse owned by John
W, Schorr, failed to show much lasting
nhlllty at Kmpliu City and can hardly
be figured as n contender. Trial by
Jury Is of course always to be ac
counted In the running. Chiclet Is more
or lers of an unknown nnd L one of
seven nominations, all Imported, made by
IVnnsnl Mast He Considered.
Then there Is I'ennant to bo taken Into
consideration. Jimmy Howe will not
send tho I'eter Pan horso to tho post
unless he Is abolutely right, and If ho
doe.i Mart, watch out. Howe declares
i Pennant will never again be beaten,
; Nt fnco the Saratoga Handicap was
n; rlln iM loni has nnv owner been
drew Miller with Ho.imcr last year, Au
gust Belmont with Iord of the Wile In
1P04, and It. T. Wilson, Jr., with Olam
baln In 1510. In 1901 the distance was
a mite and a furlong; In 1902 a mile
nnd three-sjxteenths, and since then n
mile and a quarter. For the present
distance the record Is 2:01 5-5, held
Jointly by Frank It. Hitchcock's Dande
lion, winner 1900, and Itoatner.
V. 8. Hold Stakes.
The second feature to-morrow will be
the fourteenth running of tho United
States Hotel Stakes, of a guaranteed
gro's value of 17,600. This event Is one
of tho preliminaries to the great Fu
turity, and tho winning of to-morrow's
race may prove the precursor of ultimate
supremacy nmong the two-yenr-olds.
Those listed In the entries Include Phil
Chlnn's Imported Courtship: Campflre,
Mr. Wilson's Olambala colt of proven
wor'h: Mr. Whitney's Blckety, by
Bro.imstlck : August Belmont's Deer
Trip, and W It. Coe's Imported Hells
Be"s. America. T. C McDowell's Voter
1111. looks decidedly good, but Is nsked
to carry 127 pounds, while Cnmpflre's
Imj ost Is only two pounds lighter. There
Is always tho possibility of added start
ers from the host of high class nomina
tions. The steeplchnso event cf the day will
be the Shlllelnh, at about two miles,
with some of America's best Jumpers
nmong the entries. The event holds
nd led Interest fiom the rivalry between
F. Ambrose Clark and Mrs. Clark. Tho
latter holds a big ace In Hlbler, by
some regarded as the favorite despite
his top weight, 163 pounds. Mr. Clark
may start Knight of Mecl nnd I.ysnn
der. neither very formidable In the field.
A likely winner Is entered by Archibald
Barklle In Blnnkenburg, a consistent
performer. Others entered nre Swish,
Mar'lin, Weldshlp nnd Compliment.
In ndditlnn to the three big races there
will be a fivo furlong sprint for maldin
twi.year-olds to wind up the day's sport
a six furlorg event to open It. nnd
selling i.ice at a mllo sandwiched In.
Nellliiu Iturr Iltarnssed.
The selling race brings up a topic that
was discussed rnthor freely among r ic
ing men to-night. They nre looking for
ward with grent Interest to the reception
hl"h will bo accorded the Halter Bri
gade that was so active at Ihnplre City.
Lis- year Hidrlok caused considerable
flutter hero with his running up tactics.
Some of tho "Halter Boys" have been
refured stable room here by Mr. Wilson,
president of the Saratoga association,
anil their confreres are likely to seek
The nrrlvnl of the Cavnnngh special,
cnr-ylng Ron of the real dyed In the wool
rnclng enthusiasts from New York,
marked the official opening of the i-ea-son.
No meeting can go on without the
Cavanagh special, nnd tho trail of gHss
waro It leaves behind along the road
Usually Indicates tho size and strength
of the regulars' bank rolls.
I'nles rain Interferes the track nlll
be in Ideal shape to-morrow. Secretary
A. Mcl Karlocker has been ruperln
tending the preparations here for the
last week, and a tour of Inspection this
nfternoon pave evidence of the thorough
ness and tlllclcncy of his work.
Society Wrll Ilepresented.
Not In tho last decade hnvo tho so
cial'" elect been to strongly represented
her". The number of persons here for
pleasure and health, apart fiom tho lac
ing, Is greater than since 1007.
Culnns, direct from Havana, are
prominent In the lobblei of several of
the big hotels. The Cubans always did
like Saratoga, and thoir Intorest In the
Spa this year was further Increased by
tho excellent race meeting at Havana
rirst nncn. Three-year-olds and upward;
Index. Horse Wt
Index. Horse. Wt.
(35) John W. Klein 1121
CI6 .My Donnle 107
Mil I'astmaater ....114
413" Naushon in
L'fellow (Imp.)iuj 413" Naushon
506 Amans 10)
CM) Ima Frank.. ..in::
Ulanehlta ... .1031
Julia Little. ...II"
C17 Dr Cremer 113
(21" True ni Steel.. 130
Second Hace. Thrce.ve.ir.oMs iml nni,.,i
tho shlllaUh Steeplechase; handicap; about
Index Ilore Wl 'Index Horse. wt
imii iiiaiiKriiuurr ,ira Martian jj-
C41) Hlbler hi
Kl of Vt.ril 19A
Ml" Weldshlp ...
!t 11111 Dudley.... r",
S16' Compliment ., US
Third ftace TwoearoMs; the
Mates iiotei staxes; six iiirionxs.
Index, lloise. Wt
Index. Horse. Wl.
Clt Phlillnled-np )I10
rai" u-ninin (Imp.).io;
r;o' Deer Trap no
II liens (imn.)l07
f606) Campflre KJ
Fourth Hace Three. year-olds and
the Saratoga Handicap; one nillo and a quar-
Index. Horse. Wt.l
C6.ii S Orae (lmp.)133
Index. Horse. Wl.
:: rne nnn
W Ed Crump 133j
ra: Trial by Jury.dH
535 Orlimpy as,
M2 Klrnmboh 131 (533) Chiclet (YmD.)!l03
M3 Friar ltock..,.107 v,'m
Fifth Hace. Threeycar-oldi and upward'
selllnr; one mile.
Index Hoisn. Wt. Index Horse. Wl
Clin Kield....l07 CIT'Olelpnor M
W U, m 103 Itohhy Doyer...H3
Ctl Virginia, W..,. 80 (,47 Beethoven . .. v
lllaek Coffee., ,10 If: Slir Oaie.... Ill
(V3I Hanw'h (imp )I10 Ooldcrest Iloy'.lls
Sixth Hace. Maiden two-year-olds; Ave
Iiulex. Horse Wt.
Index. Horse. Wl.
Om, K'm (Imp HIS
IH' Hussy iu
tot Klmherlv ns
Onwa ....... ,l5
W County Court., ,Ut
tis Viitue i
T o' t. Wave. ,115
(31 BTlrmly (Imp.Hli
0.11'C'tshlP (Imp.). 1151
413' r'.imain iMia.,11:'
5.13' Nashville 115
Slcaje (Imp,). II;
(0l Th Knocker. Iir.l
Heaver Hlll.i, II.,
8I3 IVnrod 11.1
I3 Lively 115
Now "nwn in
510 Star Mac nj
Apprentice allowance, claimed,
Omits Dpfcncn nnd Ticadiii In
Verdict of MVIsli-TiPonnrd
week's uoxixn sciiKnru:
Attention, members of this primary
class of applied Quccnsbury eclenco; I
have hero a thesis by Idttlo Hollo anent
the debate between 1'rofs, Leonard nnd
Welsh on the subject of "The f-'urvlvnl
of the Fightcst." Hollo advances this
"From start to finish Welsh forced the
fighting, He didn't land as many blows
ns Leonard, and he didn't land as
cleanly. Hut thero was no questioning
the fact that he was dominating the situ
ation." In order to dnmlnnte the situation In
which he was placed It would havo hen
necessary for I'rof. Welsh to do theso
1, Land a majority of tho clean blows ;
2, show superiority In the matter nf de
fenco; S, force tho pace; 4, do tho lead
ing. According to Hollo, Leonard landed a '
large majority of thn clean blows and 1
Welsh forced the pure, which gave tho
Ilrlton the victory. Hut Hollo overlooks
the matter of defence nnd leading, two
veiy lmpottant fentures. Therefore,
scholars, your teacher will add to Hollo's '
deductions the essentials he has omitted. J
1. Leonard had the advango In clean .
2. Leonard was Immeasurably superior
In defence, blocking, parrying nnd other
wise avoiding large numbers of Welsh's
3. Leonard did 08 per cent, of the lead
ing. 4. Welsh did the forcing.
You will see, scholars, that Leonard
thus led In three cardinal features of
boxing rclence nnd Welsh -was superior
In one. Yet Hollo would have us believe
that l'rof. Welsh "dominated" the situa
tion. Hollo, do you consider your propo
sition a logical one?
Hollo will have to admit tho fact that
he overlooked tho points of defence and
Joe- Welling, who saw tho Leonard
Welh contest, Is a retiring chip, not
given to much conversation. After the
bout he said simply and without reem
Ing to boast! "If I had been In that
ring to-night, I believe I would now bo
chnmplon of tho world."
Tho language Is that of J. Johnston I
Joe Jeannette. admitting that the go
ing In tho Langford-McVey leaguo was
rather hard, has Joyously returned to the
game row that It Is permissible to Joust
with tho white men.
"1 kin- beat a lot of there milk com
plexloned hoys," said Joeph In announc
ing; his return to the ring.
Joe Shugrue is said to have deter
mined to return to tho boxing game.
Khncrue was a flno borer nnd a credit
to the sport, and' the accident to hl eye- (
sight was deplored by till, It would be:
a good thing for the sport If he was
back In the game, hut It Is to bo hoped
that ho will not again endanger Ills eye
sight. Ptrangler Lewis nnd Tommv Prank
nro having tcrrlllc combats on the South-,
em circuit. It tool; the Strangh-r llfty
minutes to gain n fall th other night.
In tho Manhattan Opera House tourni-j
ment Lewis could down Drunk about '
three times every ten mlnoti's. i
flood Sport .Mi end.
There Is a rather Interi-stlm; bout to!
be decided to-night at the Olympic .v.. C .
where llealy, who Is making u tidy
knockout record for himself, will try to
hypnotize jm Kelly.
Hoaly is a big Irish heavyweight from I
County Kerry, Inland, ami Jim Kelly i
tho pride of tho (Irwiiw!. Ii Village. I
Kelly gnve Healy a lino trimming u few,
mouths ago, but thn big Irishman is,
so confident he can turn the tables to-1
ulsht th.it ho sdvlsed his friends to set
1 l-t down on him to to; Kelly.
Kelly Is a big, clever boxer mid car-1
rles a dangerous punch in cither hand.
In addition to tho he ivywelglit contest.
leorge Mass, tho hard hitting Harlem
bantamweight, will meet Henny Valuer 1
in tho llrst ten round bout.
Tho Harlem Sporting fiub of Hani-
mels will launch a new schedule of bout
biglnnln-; to-morrow night. Hirraftir'
tho club will Htage two ten round events
until tho end of tho season, Tho lir;t 1
attraction of this kind will bring to-
gethvr Jimmy Coffey, tho clever lliiriein '
vvelteriv eight, ami Weo Weo ll.it ton. a'
negro boxer, niw r.uil Dlvm, tho rugged
Hrooklyn welterweight, and Johnny Hill.
Scraps About Scrappers,
Joe Azevedo and Kddlo Clifford v.lllj
swap punches at tho Pioneer S. C. on'
Wednesday, whllo on Thursday tho re- '
otienliiR of tho Kmplre A, C. will lulng ,
(leorvtu Cliiiney, challenger of Klllmno,
to tho centre In a bout with l'nckcy
Pain Wnllach will exhibit Young Jack
O'Hrlen nnd Marty Cross nt tho Arvemo
A. C. tho samo night, and Willie I-ang-ford
and Mike McTlgho will mix It at
Monte Attell will try nnother come
back at the Harlem 8. C. on Friday In
a contest with Buddy Fnulkes.
STRAIGHT HEATS THE RULE.
Keen Competition MnrU Trot 1 1 m
Sleet mi llnrlem Speedway.
Straight heats were tho rulo snvo In
one cnt-o nt tho regulnr matlneo of tho
Hoad Drivers Association nf New York
on Harlem Speedway yesterday, Tho
1:13 trot, which was won by Tlosvlo
Huron, reiiulrcd three heats to settle tho
Kacli of tho threo heats In tills raco
was keenly contested, llcssin Karon was
tho runnerup In tl-o first t-etto, hut In
the next two shn crossed tho lino llrst
hard pressed by Illndeiihurg. Tho sum
maries: 1:17 TROT.
Marlon Toddlngtnn, rli. . i.I. O'Shea) 1 1
NlKlltlnRRle, I, m. (J, .1 Million,.,. 3 2
Kitty Oakland, 1,r. in,' m;. Cull) 3 3
Time 1:05, lion,
Little UHa A., br. 111, (T A. Horn).., t 1
Catherine. H, b. m (E '.irp"tilr) . . , 2 2
Time l!lt4. I1I21,,
1.05 FACE AGAINST TIMH.
Maatar McKtrron, b. g. (F,. Jncobs),
Time li 17, HO'J.
rtessla Itaron. b. m. (E. Carpenter) 1 1 1
Hlndenhiiri, br, g (.1. .1, Mullir) . . 12 2
Exultant, br, K, (J. nilmore) 3 3 3
Time 1:10, IMOi,, 1;17H,
Sir Thomas, hr. h. (J. J, lllpp) t 1
Solly llronson. Ii. in (F. flen ry) 2 2
Time -1:16, 1:17.
BARRY SCORES KNOCKOUT.
Mn.ronn, Conn., Julv .If), ,11m Harry
knocked out Sailor Carroll of San Fian
clsco hern In tho sixth round nf a sched
uled fifteen round bout last night. Harry
had tfc tatter of the milling from tha
Week-End Results on Local and Nearby Diamonds
At III) tuple Field.
The Lincoln (Hunts simoicl both ends of a
dii.e header at Ol.unplc Field Jeslenlsy, Wat.
lug Hie siiw-t I'lianlm nine In Hie llrst game,
3 lo 3, and Hie Trcnlnns In the sccimd Ktae,
J tel. The lilt Willi the II. H. C. bojs was a
tlirllhr, the home team winning tu Hie tenth
Innliiir. The 11, H, C nine and riltsfleld lesm
"III i. the opponents of tbu Llncolu Ulanta
nest Sundsr, The svrcs ;
LINCOLN (HANTS. I TllENTON.
. ab r h o n e lib r h o a e
Poles.:!,.... jij ; f, 0 Streaser.ef, 31 n 1 to
liy.IIJ.M... 20 1 1 0 1.McIlkel1.Jl 4 0 0 4
Jylej.c.. . 30 0 15 OOhVnlf.ss ... 10 0 0
Hall.lf.. . 311 o Aorniilfry.lt... 30 3 0
Mentln -h. 4 0 0 I " 0 Uollovall.Sh 3 0 3 1
Ihuilias.ef 40 3 0 OOLeo.C 4 00 0
IVrev.lh . .1 n o 1 OOMalir.rf 4 01 0
vMIIlnnis.rf 3 l o o 1 0,5erett'n.lb, 4 00 17
lleddini.p,, 30 1 0 3 1 O'Neil.p 100 J
Totals ..3j371isi Totals 311634113
Trriitiri 00100000 0-1
Liimiln illants 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 I --3
I'irsl base i, n error Trenton. "serlflce hits
Wiley, llran, Keddlnx. Sacrltli-n lly I lall.
slol.n laiis-r.racit, Conlfry. l-ft on bases
I u nion, 6( I.IihuIii lilnnts, 7, Double plas
IIMillnir, Mi nKlii nnd Pules; Wolf, Mrlllckcu
and liirettsen. Hssrs en hulla 4rT Itcldinir, .1;
on- o'Niii, r, situ, k out- its- iieddmc. Hi by
.Vcll, 3. I'mplrs Mr. (Ildus. Scorer-r. V.
Tl oinns, Time of gain, 1 hour and 45 minutes.
At Hljmple field (first Kane)- II. It. K.
De t. St. ('leaning.. ,. 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 (1-1 7 5
Lincoln (Slants O0O0U000:t-3 7 5
l!sttcrli's-Sirlneman and lltWu; IlanVs and
At Arctic 1'nrlt.
Tim Empire Cltr nine d fi-ated the Farmers In
the reread Itsn.e of their relics at Arctic Park
Jestenlay iimnilnc hy a scoiu of 3 to 1. Merle
tnlrlisl an rvnllmt xsme He had the visitors
an yd In all but one In'ilne. In the aflimmn
tie l.inplres sddld the ltldm-Trood A. C. to their
list of victims. Tho score was 5 to 1. The
FA KM ERA. I E.Ml'IKE CITY.
,..,. r n 0 n r h o s e
Wllllnms.sb. 0! i 3 o Waithers.ef.. 01101
Lok.-in.rf ..oil ov.IKIiiieke.lb... 1 1 10 00
litani .h .. on 3 3 0 Walker,:b. CI 7 30
Ihnmiia'n.lb 0 0 10 iMirhler, ...114 00
Dee.ef 0 0 3 0 O'Mlcrldall.ss... 01133
rorry.,... ., 0 3 1 0 l,Kiefer.3b..... 10 170
llnh.Tkrn.lf on 1 o l.r.euiler'an.rf 00 0 00
Murray ,.. .. 00 1 5 0 Steinmann.o. 03 J 30
.Ifkep 0 0 1 3 0;ilone,p 010 20
clsj 0000 01
, TotaU 1 37 15 3
Totals ..0 0 34 112)
Milted for lNlierkorn In the ninth, Inning.
1 nrim-r II II. V 000000 0-0
Lmplro I'lly A. A 0000013 1-3
1'lrst bsso en errors Farmers, 2 Empires, 3.
Two I e hlts-Delineke, Walker and Sheridan.
Socrltlre hlts-r.rsnt and Dehnike. Stolen bases
Ilaberkorn. Wnlthers and Klcfer. Ix-ft on
bans Fanners, 7: Empires, 10. Donhlo plays
ai'le, (irnrit and Thompson; Klefi-r, Walker
and lielmile. limes en balls-Off Zapke, 1; off
IJorlr. 2. ffrncl, nut hy Zapke, 1; br llorle. 1.
t nplre- Mr. leran. Time of tame 1 hour and
t Arct'c Park (P. M.) n. n. E.
ltl,leni ,v. r 0000001-t I 7
l.r-'l'lrc ntjr 3020O001 1-5 10 3
Ilaltctlia-rls and lUlnfeld; nomboeft and
At Arctic Park (July ) n. II. E,
. i i-fuiee 0 0 10 0
0 0 0-1 9 1
Ihni.lru City A. A...
00000000 00 4 1
ltttrr!rsVr,..M ..J ynlll... ..4
T. St. It. A. laue,
fTANCINO OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost, r r.
Mnety.s-cond Street o l.ooo
D'Tj Park 7 3 ,774
Mt Vernon ., 7 2 774
West SI le s 4 ,t,t
feuih Hrooklyn 3 5 ,37s
Hath Uracil 3 e .250
Stolen Island 1 5 ,14
Wl'llamshurg 1 ,113
Hronx 1 6 .141
VI V M. 11. A. Field
Hilnken 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 01
.d Street 04101000 X 4
Hnttery Yadi and Fine.
At Mt Vernon
noro Dark 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 n 0 ft 1
Mt. Vernon 101000001 14
llltterles Frank anil (Irinit: Itrrrls ami
At Van Cortlnndt Tark (A. M.I
Z, Street (V7I41111 0 1
We-t Side 00001000 X 1
Haiterles Cocnchla end Cohen; Uordon
At Stamford. Conn.. July 3ft R II E.
I':!nfiei.i .. 1 : 11 : n o n n 1 x 1:1 1
Stamf rd. .. . 4 o 0 0 0 o 2 1 O 11 7 11 1
lla:t'-rl -S- McEnery, Currie. Speer unJ
S: tirner Duller.
Vt Jersey city. N. .1 . July in H, II E.
D'alnri"' I ... 0 o 11 it n 11 0 0 00 i 2
St. 1'ii'ri, k . . . o 1 (1 n 1 o 0 n x 2 4 11
lUtterU-s Currie, Speer, Tinker end
At Klne, Park. N J R. II. E.
Ir er Sea , ,,, n 11 ii J li n ni', 10 1
KIcrs l'.irk... "J 0 0 u 11 0 0 0 0 S f 3
Hdllerles Vattress and l.jons, (Irona
fr. no,l i-he'in
At West llrlirhton. S. I II. II, E
In-er Sealr .. .. on Oo on 00 10 1 K .1
Alaski it. it. i . no n n i n i o n l 2 .1 -j
liiUerles t'helan and Lons, Klnmons
an 1 I.nhey.
At Marlboro Oval R, It. E.
All Saints A. C... 2200001ft 05 4 2
Marlboro F. C . . 0 0 11112 1 x 7 10 3
(.merles 1: Kaiser und Waag, Rom,
I'bt tt,n.in nnd Lewis,
,vi l.ojKhiln oval It. 11 E.
Alldover II 11. C. 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 ft 0 0 A 11 2
l.ouehlln let. eum 0031OOO02 1 7 10 3
llitterles Delim and Hrennan; Keetran.
PI, term. iri nnd Drexler
At Protetiory (Hounds It H E
Mv-ti it. i,. ., r. no ft so ooo u 2
Tvti-ntv-fourth !lst. 6 0220000 ft 1 14 2
Ha'torlcs Cassano and Maler; Horns
At I'r.-t. dory Orounds R II E.
Re;lna C- : o o o o ft ft ft 0 ft o 3
ban S ilvudor 00022200 0 It 1
li.illitles l-o und .Vluhe); in I 111 and
v lehim Fle'd. Inwood. R. II.'E.
Mc.li.it. -r A C, .. ft 0 0 ft 1 3 ft ft 4 S r, 7
M i-ii !' .-I 1 fluh. o: I 5 1 0 0 0 s 10 t
Dillerles K.ine and Orure; Hanar and
At St. John's Oval, 22Mh street and
fll.-o.idwny It. 11 F.
M John's l,)c. 0 ft 0 ft 0 0 1 1 ft 0 0 2 7 0
.'r:il.th . . (I 010001000 02 9 0
H ittei les -Rondel) nnd Joyca; Rannow,
TP-rney ami Newmun.
At P i kmnn Field 1". 11.11.
!y 'm.m 1' C . 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 07 12 3
Ni -v V orlt O . 0 0 ft 0 0 1 0 I'll 2 I
ll.tteili s -Tumor nn I McN.illy; Kenncy
At Far Hills, N .1 - - It II, II
Vli- k All SMrs.. ft ft 0 0 ft ft 1 ft 0 I I 0
A'l Li-fillers . .. 1 ft 0 0 0 0 0 1 x 2 3 I
II is ri it s -Dunn nud Oray; Frill and
At Recreation Hark, I I. City H. H. 17
Danlmry 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 ii 11 0
SjTrlnKneld ... 00000111 04 '. 1
lhitterles Richards and Itlckay; liar
brh'h and Schuorm.
At Juekson, I I. It. It. 17.
Anson All stars .. , 3 1 0 0 3 0 0 00 7 13 3
Corona II. II. C. ... 0 2 0 0 0 o 0 0 15 15 2
llntterles Kofler and Donohus; McCar
thy and Johnson.
At Old llronx Oval R. If. K.
Hunts Point Ath... 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 a I 1
Stl on-Tncom.l .. . 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 10 3
lSat'.erles Frlzejia and Arthur; Drncka
At Hronx Oval n. II. E.
SprlntTtleld.... 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 1
DlUe (Hants . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Hnnerles--I'lmmons and Scott; Edwurds
At Knlk-lit's Ovnt II, H. K.
In.er.Senls . .. . 00000120 0 1 9 1
K of St. Antony. . ft 0 1 f 1 3 0 0 x 10 14 S
Haiti r. lionxules, l'helan snd Lyons;
Mcilarrv and Ross.
At Knight's Oval n. II. E.
Oakland Mars, . OftftlftOftftO 1 r, 6
K, St. Antony Cubs. 4 '. 0 0 1 2 0 x 11 14 4
llntterles--3lllt and llrellbach; Murphy
At Crulnna Park R, , u.
I'llltot 1 0 001000 ft 2 5 3
Trinities .... 3 0 0 1 ft 2 1 1 x 10 II 1
llatterles -(Hills and White; Munnca and
At Crntona 1'ark R. H. B.
Ceiitinmirs ... llOftlOftftl 0 2 3 1
Mount Hope .. 1 0 I 0 0 ft S 0 x 5 5 0
naileries Harry and Kennedy; llrocan
and Kin nlf .111.
At Van I'orllandt I'nrk
l'ordh un Trlaiiillo. , , 1 1 A 1 0 0 1
Oznnniu 5 I ; t 1 0 i
0 X 9
liatirries -joayen imii u iiura;
Wnlkere llnjoy Hikes.
Members of the Walknrs Club of America
singed their rejtulnr weekly liVks yesier
da), ns did the American Walkers Asso
ciation pedestrians. l.e.l by Pathfinder
Hocking. I lie, boa of the Wnlkera ('lull
sinrtrd Trnin the West Tlilrly. fifth slieot
pier and hy way of the Patten Line ent
In IIIrIiIjii.I. .V. J., whera they hriian
llielr lilke. The walkers Journeyed through
Ocean lloulovurd In Sea (llrt. pneslng
HirouKli Navesluk, Low Moor, Monmouth,
l.otiy llrancli nnd Ileal, Tho dlslnnce
covered iih twenty. five miles. Vaster
iI.iv'n Journey hhh voted th best of tho
seiison. Those who mado tho trip i,-re
Ali'Minder .lissup. W, Rede, 'r, (Irary,
Abe llcrnsli In and James Hocking.
The Manhattan division of the American
Walkers Association started from Wee
haivkiti and Journeyed to I'lnlnfield and
return, the distance being twelve miles.
Next Sunday's walk will be from the Dyck
man slrett ferry to Alpine and rtturn.
At Leimx Oval.
The I-nnff Ilrsnch Culsns scored a. doiibls
slctory at lnox ()al yestcnlay, defeatlnc llie
4'iiban lleds In thn first ssme, ft to 0, and
(roiineliuf llie Prom Alldillcs In llie senmd
Itsme, 13 to 0. The tl.-l.irs hit the hall hard In
both contests. The Imag Ilrsnch rubans will
plsy Mclsn's All Slars a douhlo hiadcr neit
Sunilay. The scores I
L, II. Ct'llANS II1HONX ATHLETICS.
ab r h o a el ah r h o n e
flom'aeli.ss 4 13 0 S OIHeffly.H 4 0 3 3 0 1
(lons'1es.3h f, 1 ft 2 4 (ilN'estip ;h, ,200 4 nt
C.vlvo.lli.c., 4 2 I 6 OOlHcbbleVe.e. 4 0 2 fi 20
Padron.cf.. r. 1 .1 1 00lMorr.1y.rf.. Jftl 0 on
Htiiizn.c.tb. f. 2 212 OOlKellr.lb 40 1 3 0
Paranda.lf. f 1 3 1 0 0 Hnriman.ef 4 0 0
llerrera 21). 3 00 4 2 0,
Ilallesll's.rf 4 3 2 1 20
iionovnn.ss. 3 0 0
Walsh.P 10 0
Munoz.p., 4 13 0 II
Totals .,".9 12 15 27 17 l) Totals ... .10 24 ! 2
t-nn rtrsnch Cnhans. 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 i-12
llronx Athletics 0000000000
First base en error Lone Ilrsnch Cubstis, 1.
Two base hits Munng, Tadrnn, Hungo. Stolen
bases-.N'esllc, lleffley, llaranda, llsllesleros,
(lonislei, l-ft en liases Ismg Ilrsnch Cubsns,
7; llroiis Athletics, . Double plajs-iionisles,
llerrera and lltingo 1 ltomsnsch, llerrera anil
llunro. Ilaes on balls Off Munos, -1! off
Walsh, 4. Strut k out-Ily Vliwot, 6; br Walsh.
3 lilt by pltcher-Ily Walh. 1 (Uerrera).
llslk-VV'alsh. I'mplre-Mr IMsrtrds. Tims of
l-amc I hour and V, minutes,
At Unox OtsI- It. n. K.
tens Ilrsnch Cubans.. 0 0 t 2 0 0 0 i- 0
Hasana Ilrnla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 4
llattrrles-llallestcros and ('also; Lopes and
At tlparnon Field.
The Demon drays drfested the PlttsAeld Club
yesterdsy at Dcsnon Field hy a score of fi to I
A rsllr In the ninth InnlnB and ono In Ihe
eleieuth frame netted the tleliif and winning
Itoiuer hsd the home tcsm shut eut up to the
ninth Innln. hen Hie Iictn-m players sot to
him for four hits sn l drove him from the liot.
In the eletenth i:illrt unlked after two men
v-ere out; he stole sicond and scored on Car
roll's bit. The score 1
DKONON ORAYS. I PrTTSFIFLtl,
ab r h o a e b r h n a e
Mean If .. f. 1 3 0 00 Mnl'son.ss.. 3 13 3 r, I
niard.2h.lb 3 0 1 6 8 o'McCad'n.rf r.0 0 0 0 0
Alrllltr.lh.. 4 0 012 0 0;Flllhllly:h, 4 1 0 3 0 1
r.llbert 7b.. 1 1 1 0 00'Tienkcnlf. r.Ot 1 Oft
r.irroll.3b.. 4 0 2 1 2 0l!.arr.r,cf .. .10 1 2 0
Hiett.if 3010 OOlOrolhler.lb. f. 01 II 10
H.iikcr.ef. 100 1 0ft'Keeler.3b .. 411 1 10
ritneh.ss. 4 01 2 B O'Frollch.e. . 30 3 5 00
Kane.rl . . 3 0 0 1 00 .s.iiir.c 000 4 0 0
Woods rf 2110 OOlRomerp. .. Sll 0 4 0
JacUllVh.o. r. 1 2 10 2 iiCotmolly.p, 0 0 0 0 0 C
Anker.p.... 4110 2 WArmet.p.... 00 0 0 0 0
Totals.... WC1233 14 0! Total It 4 9 32 13 2
PlttsfleM ........ OOOOlnOitOO 4
Demon (Irsys... 0000000040 1-6
First base on errors-Dcitnon r.rsys. 2 Two
baso hits Malcomson. Froiich, Jacklltsch. Ills
Isnd. Three base hit Malcomson Sacrifice
hlts-nislsnd. Homer. Sscrlllce fly Mnlcoinsnn.
Sk.len bases-IUslnnd, riunellr, (IIPert (31.
Ie-ft on bases i-nnn (irs-s, 12 I'ltt-". ' t
Double play Carroll, Clinch nd Disland.
Discs on h.ills- Off Anker, r; oil Homer it ,
off Connelly. 1; off Armet. I Struck out
Il Anker. 3; by Itomrr. 5, hy Armct. 4. Hits
Off Homer. 10 In 9 innlnrs; oft Armet. 2 In
2 Innlnis. Umpire Mr F Mateo. Time of
came 3 hours and 40 minutes.
The Silk T-eme.
At Pennant Oval Tt. 11. E.
I. & i: Stlrn.,2 2 1 0 0 1 3 1 111 17 3,
Haeon Co. . n 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 6 0 1
llatterles Frill and K'.abunde; Morris 1
At St. Ann's Oval R. M. n.
W. Openhvm Son 0 I 0 1 ft 0 ft 1 3 C 10 f,
I'elrir. Huhler A Ce.O 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 S 7 4
llatterles I'laus und Talwltier; Carr
At Mount Vail Oval R. II. E
John C Wellwond. 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 ft ft 4 4 3
II. It. Malllnsin Co..l 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 2
llatterles stelnlger end Wohshon; Colby
STANDING Or LEAC.UE.
I. A E. Stlrn '
It, A. Caesar A Co s
Wm. Openhym A Son.. 7
John C. Well wood.. .. 4
Vletor Aehells 1
Samuel Elseman A Co.. 1
I'lerls. Huhler A Co.... 3 7
II II. Mal.lnson Co 2
Hacon A- Co 2 I
Brooklyn Amateur League.
Rv vvlnnlrs lis gsjne from the Central
V. M c A. at the p.-imle Orounds list
Saturday, 4 lo 7, In ths eleventh inning the
Knla-hts of St Antony team took tho lend
In the Hrooklyn Amateur Liasue. The
scores nnd standing:
Clubs, W. !,. .re
Knlvlits of St. Antony 2 .loo
Trinity cluS 7 .1 .700
Cenlr.il Y. M. C A 4 .fat
Aurorns 5 5 .5ft,l
Flrconrs 3 7 .300
Cousins 1 .100
R. II K
Central ...0 010200400 ft 7 1
Knlnhta 2ft00ftliftft 1 3 3
llutierlee Morrnn nnd Harasch; Kramer
R H E
Aurora ft 1 t 0 0 0 ft ft 1 3 1ft 3
Trlnltv 00000020 0 2 5 2
llitterles llrehm and Render, SyKes and
The Hronx Protestant League.
R. II. E.
Ascension ( 1 ) H I I I x 10 in 2
Trement ME. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 2
llatterles COKKln ant Slcgrlst; Scheld
n 11 e.
He.lford Park ft 0 0 0 0 0 f) 0 3 .1
Alexander Av. ... ft 9 1 3 0 X 19 23 2
liitterirs Dunleavy, Carson and Outi
ther, McKay nnd Sheridan.
R. H. E.
Hole Trlnltv... 3 0 1 1 4 0 2 2 013 1 1 2
Mt Morris . 00000010 12 3 3
Haiti rlcs llliib and Schuiz, Klsher and
STANDINO OF THE OL1UIS.
Ascension ...s 1
Holy Trinity 7 1
Treiuont M. E 0 5
He.lford 1'atk Freshv terlan 3 5
Alesnder Avenue II, unlit 3 6
Mount Morris llaptlst 1 10
Knights of 4'obinibiis League.
At Protectory Orounds-- it. H K.
Ret-lna Ciell .. 00(1011000 03 r, 3
San S.l.v.ldor.. 0002 2 200 0 i IS 1
11 merles i.ea anu Muivvy, smith and
At Protectory Orounds R. H. E.
Mvstlc Rosa... 50001000 0 8 15 2
21th Dlst ....50230000 09 1 1 2
llatterles Casaano and Maleri Kearns
standino or TUB CLuna
Team. Won. Lost. P. C.
San Salvador 0 1.000
St. Joseph 7 .700
Knickerbocker 4 8 .571
21th District .I'ti"
Mjstlc Rose 1 .333
Recln.l Co ell ,,,,, ,, 1 7
Mililvney 1 I .Hi
HROOKI.VN CATHOLIC LE.KiLK,
Stundlne of the Cluhs,
W. U PC
I.nurdes 1.' 1
Xiivler 10 .1 .ir.j
St. Edwards 9 4 .fa:
SI. Leonard's l 7 .1 '.'
St. Fidelia 3 .3'U
St. Anil's 2 9 .l.'
St. Jerome's 1 11 .03
At earn. in lirouuua 11. 11. 1..
SI. Edward's.. OOOftftOOOO 0 3 :
Lourdes 0 10 0O 1 0 0 x 2 5 0
Hatterles ltrne nnd Nelson; Hegbers
Standing of the Clubs.
W. U PC.
St. Nlchola 1-1 3 ,kC7
St, Henedlct's 10 3 ,7ll9
Our Ludy of Mercy 4 3 .727
Vlsllntlol 7 C .53
TruiisllKUiatlon 3 II ,31.1
St Thomas Aquinas 3 7 ,3fti)
Inillinciilala 1 l: .077
At Parade Orounds (first game) R. 11. H.
St. Nicholas,,, 0501(0110 ait 1
VMlutlon ....00000020 0 2 4 4
Hitterlre O'Connor and Nolun; Htckey,
Sweeney and Cullen.
At Parade Orounds (second tjame)
II. H. E.
Visitation 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 1 7 2
St. Nicholas 200222 x til 1
H-.illerles Ciilllnane and Munnlx, Hock
and I'ull'i und WunihtKunxH,
At Parade (IrounJs (llrst Kiimn) It. 11 E
Transfiguration. . 001020000 :i 1; 7
St. Henedlct's I 2 0 i 11 I 0 1 10 12 ;
I'nltcrlrr I'uekett and ZInimy; J, Lucks
At l'urude Orounds (second tsmi)
It. II. E.
TransflKiirntlon,,. 0 1 0 0 0 ft 1 2 4
St. Henedlct's I I 1 I I 1 I 10 14 t
Hatterlcs Durkett, Hullsr and Zlmroy;
Btatliman and Thomas.
At HldtieVTond (Jronnde.
The llnjal Illants brokV eeen In the double,
bill at Wallace's Hldnesood Orounds yesterdsy.
The Petals leat llie HlnhbrhUe nine In the
nrst till, 6 to 0, but neru dcfestnl by the
Hushvilrks In the second (sine, 2 to 0. Ellis,
the club's official scorer, who will 1st W yrsrs
old to-inorros-. was ulsen a gold watch by tha
ltusluslcks. The scores!
ItOYAt. OIANTS, I IIUSHWICK.
ah r h o a e! sb r h o a e
Hesiett.ss,. 30 3 1 0 0 lirown.Jb... 4 00 1 30
Klndle.Sh, 3 0 1 3 1 0 Etnn.rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Webster.c. Ill 1 lOlhclt.ss 100 3 4 0
E.irle.cf . 4 0 1 4 0 0,Taruer,-.h.. 3 11 1 0 0
Haily,:b., 30 1 0 4 ffF.Sch'er,Ib. 3 00 11 00
t'udi.rf.... 4 0 0 t oo'Klni.lf Ill n 0 0
Harv-f v.n. . 4 0 10
2 O.A.Sch'cr.ef. 10 t 2 0 9
rinteu'il.th 30 0 S 0 0
llohnian.e.. 301 o 10
fllrard.p.... 100 0 4 0
Williams.. 1 40 0 0 0
Dispell. II , 20 0 0
Total 26 2 4 37 11 0
Totlls.. 31 0 4 24 10
'llstIM for (latewood In the ninth Inning,
Rotsl llisnt 000000000-0
llusbttlrk 1 0 0 1 0 1-3
Two base hit-Webster. Sacrifice hlls-Kln-die,
F. Schneider, Olrard. Stolen bases
I'.srlc, Kindle, lft on bases Itorsl (Hants, 1;
lliishwhk, 3 Double plar-Dletr. and F.
Sihneldtr, Ilsses on balls-Off llarsey, t; off
Hlrard, 3. Slruik out -My llortej, f,- hr
lllrard, t Wild pllch-Harsey. Umpire-Mr.
Wilson Time of same- I hour and 40 minutes.
At ttldcewoM First same It. M. E.
Hlehhrl'lrc. .. ooonooon 0-0 6 4
lloysl lilnnts. 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1- 5 I
llsttrrlrs Wernek and Tfao; Williams snd
At West Side Park.
Eddie Grant's .Tersey rity lesm defeated the
Ironsides of .Vinsrk In their Intercity battle
vesleidsy st West side Park by a score cf 3 to
2, The shannon brothers, formerly of the lios
ton Urates and Eastern League, played with the
Skielers, The score;
IRONSIDES. I JERSEY CITY.
Hamb'er.cf foo 3 0 n!H.irler,ef 4 0 0 2 0 0
ninlleyss, t.dl S 3 0IM shnn'n.sa 4 0 0 1 1 0
Heath.:h.. HOO 3 2 Old Shan'n.lf. 3 00 1 0 0
Kiler.lf ... 3 21 r OOTashnian.lb 3 12 13 10
Wller.lt,.. 4 0 2 oollrvlnrCh. . 411 0 40
Meiich'r.rf. 1 02 0 0 OlSwanson rf. 4 1 0 3 0 0
SlolI.Sh 3ftft 0 oell.ennon.Jb. 101 2 40
Uurdctte.e. 4 0 2 4 1 o,'Soier.c 40 1 00
Hnss.p.,.. 4 00 0 1 0'Cllnton.p... 30 1 1 2 0
Totals .342tS4 7 01 TotaU 13 3 1 27 13 0
Ironsides , iononooO 1-3
Jersey City 00011010 x-J
First base en errors Ironsides. 2. Left on
bases-tronsldrs, 10; Jersey City, 1ft stolen
bases Mi nchner, Csshiuan (2), Swanann, J,
Shannon. Ilsses en bslls-Off Haas, 3; off Clin
ton, 2. Struck out-Ily Hsss (reahmsn. Irtlnit,
Hsrler); hr Clinton. (Heath 2. Menehner. Stolli,
Hit hy pitcher-Ily Hass iCashman. Clinton) ;
br Clinton lEcler. Stoll), Umpires Messrs.
Duffy and Merrlty.
. , n. ii. e.
flt. Charles. 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 7 3
Annunciation 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 x 7 9
llatterles McCoy nd O'Rourka; Calla
nan and Ferrara.
R 11 E
St lunatlus (1 1 0 (1 1 0 0 0 2 4' ' 2
Holy Rosary Lye... 10 0 11111 x I 12 1
Hattorlce Mullen and Cervlnl; Ollvotte
St Joseph 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J ij
Holy Rosary Hal 00000000 00
CLUB STAN 11 1 NO.
, , Won. Lost. VC.
Holy Rosary Liceum.... k 3 .727
Annunciation. .. .H 7 3 70ft
St Joseph 7 1 ;oo
St. Charles 4 ,e,;j
St. Ignatius 2 9 ,U-
Hol Rosary Italian. . ,. 0 9 ,000
Columbia Lyceum. 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 ft1?' "3
Oaanim 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 i 3 a
llatterles Erwlg and Thornton, Fascl.
ncly and Cervune.
R. It. E
. Ansclm 0 3 0 0 0 S 0 3 O-Ho 9 4
Hlnhbrl.lno Lye . 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 111 17 t,
Halti-rles .VlcOovtan, Oeary and Lenton;
Nolan and Ausbrrc.
St Kary-M, Jerome irnns postponed by
. . Won. Lost. r,c,
Si. Jerome j 0 j 0i)ft
UlKhbrliiio Lteum... . J 4 .638
St Miry 5 3
( oiumbia Liceum 7 5 53
iizatiam 1 a .,
ftt. Anielm 1 9 ,100
At Hollls. L. I. n H E
Af Collegians 0001100ft 0;' 6
II .1 is II II C . . p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1
Hutli-rb Val Horn and I.eary; lieards-
1 , .-,ii,ii,
I At Van Caurtlandt Park R. 11 1:
I Mount Haglea ... . 00J01 100 37 7
Straus Club 4001 0 1)1 1 1 s n
llatterlrs Mount Eaule.. Hrennan and
1 i (rroll, Straus, I'jiniir and Acki-rman.
, At Rldgrtleld Park. N. J jt. H. E
I RiilKeneid Parks. . 0 ft 2 0 0 1 ft ft 0 3 4 '
Ch.11h.1ms . 00000020 0 2 ii
I ,''.t.'ur"' """on snd Conkllw; Ega
At Plathush. L. I it. 11 n
I Oru-lnai llrlghtons 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 V i
JlUtr-ush . 00000102 x 3 1
llatterles limes -11J Acrosfllo. Itunl-
gnii and Killj.
At Mldw-ood ft 11 t-
MUhaols 0 1 0 ft 1 ft 2 ft 0 4 s i
Mldwood 0ft 10 2 000 0 3 5 0
llatterles Lens und llltkey. Wen nta
,,'M (V,r!.,ars Hook Park n.
H l.ln.len'r A Sons 0 (1 0 ft 1 0 I ft 0 '40
Hatnu A; r'icltur.. OtisiooOx 11 10 5
ftt.lttcrlrs Seock anil Peonies ll-nP.
j Smlih. ' ' """
' At C press Hills ji 1.
, I'nlon Course,. . 1 0 0 ft 1 0 ft 0 0 4 9 1
I Maulir A C. . 01010000 02 7
Hatterles-Souihwlck end Langdon"
! Hallux and Jones. "'
.t vv a) n. uial 11 11 1-
Kenwood Club. 1) 001003ft 0:,' 10 i
a ne H. II. C 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 x 0 13 J
ll.ii erl.-s Part und Hrummond: lli.r.ik
At Wayne ovil 11 11 t,
A'pino II. II C. 0 ft ft ft 0 1 0 ft ft 1' 3 n
IV a v lie II II C ft 0 0 ft 0 0 ft ft ft (1 4 4
lliutcrl-s llarptr and Mclli-nry; re
(I i -ro nn.l M, i.-r
At Jum.ii.-i O1.1l Julv 21 it I-
Wi ne 11 II . .1 ft ft 0 ft 0 0 ft ; 0 0 ft 2'
JamnitnA A. 00000110020002 '1 -
Hntteries- lijiineri 1 and .Vlejcr; Sherlt
dan. II i.v., s ,ir..r 11,-uchner.
At Ii, i',r Paik 11 w
'.vpr. s in . 0 ft ft ft ft ft ft V
Cuban St irs . 0 0 0 ft 0 1) 2 0 02 4 o
Matli-rles I.lii.Icmaiin and Tee; Suarei
At North Turrylown, N. V n u y
Janes A C of Hkn. 0 ft ft 0 0 0 ft 0 0-o' j
Catholic Club 0 1 11 .1 0 0 0 2 x-Jo 1- 1
llallirles Hunt and Tlnsley; Teearr and
At Protectory Orounds R n T-
Western Klee. ,00400100 0 5 V j
Hetinett l.ltho .02031200 x I 10 1
llatterles Anderiwi and Oraliam
Welnht nrl Fonneh. '
At I'o.iitlikeepsle, July 29 a
Jerfersons 20104000 0 I
Long llmnrh Cubans. I t I I g ( t I 19
Haiti rlcs- 1.1 nch and McShane; Ilarano
At Chelsea Park n tr te
Itst ,v Co 0 0 1) 00000100000 l' 3 1
Holiwlt ,C- Teller 1 1
OftOOOOlOOOOOO 01 7 0
llitter'es L'rtel and Murray; Wergtie
At l'.uii:hkec)sie, Julv 21 rt H V
Jerfersons . ,0001020ft 03' h 'ft
l.i.- Hr Cubans ft 0 11 0 1 ft 2 1 -4 s 0
llatterles I.JIieh mil McShune, Ilarand 1
and .1. dins. in.
At I'oilKllkecpsle n 1.
Jeiferin oftftlftloo 02 r," -
Lit Hr Cubans 00000202 x 4 7
H.ittrrles Kelleher and MiShnne; Pa.
drone and Johnson.
At Lenox Oval RUE
Jeffeisons .. ., ft ft ft ft ft 2 ft 1 0- 3' i;' s
l.ir Hr Cubins n ft 0 ; 0 1 1 1 x 5 7 I
llnllerles- Kelleher and MeShane; U.vl
llitoi ies and Johnson.
At Chelsea Turk
I.uhell llr.u , 1 0 0 1 0 02
Robert Dels A Co . ,0014ft 27
Hatterlcs Hoanrr and Oattler; Plka and
At Now London n. If r
Federal A. C OftftOftOOO ft ft 1
i-ivnn s All stars. 000030 3 5 0
Iliilterles-Mi gulllan and Smith, Hceg.
gen nnd Carroll
At Parade ilrnunds
tVyrkorf Itelglits 1 1 1 0 1 J 0 1 oj
Ilusliwlck 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 04
II iiterles -Foltlirt and Muated, Chan
At Parade Orounds it 11.
CenirHl V. M. C A, Seniors
.10000104 1 ,
Central Y M C A. Colts
1 1 3 3 9 4 0 4 X 27 21 5
llitterles -Ostrnnder, Krauia end Isaac
son; Hisrhnfr, Holt, Quins und Olatimey, r.
Al .Mosholu Park u, 11 i
M. A Crasor . I 0 I 1 I I I I t-i s, j
Vlelor.t Aeliells 2 000O220 x 4 14 1
II merles Wolf nnd Hrniwi; Levy and
At lliverstr iw. N. Y. R, H. E
llaverst'w Vlh ftftftftft;00 2 i ft
r'kvllle Indpts I 0 (I U 0 I ft 0 ftr, ;
II, merles licrnock and Dougherty; Van
Kirk end l,ul,er.
At (Ireenwlcb. Conn. It, II. E.
Y'kv llie Indpts 0 0 4 0 2 111 0 It J5 J
areenwichP.C. 02301100 0 t 7 S
llatterles Poiacsk and Douchartv: Has.
I star end Ern.
GORDON FAILS TO f
Finds Kan (Heaps Too Liberal
in 1,000 Ynrd Run at En
KIMBALL FINISHES FIRST
Liberal handicaps and a larite field of
runners provented Willie Oordon, senior
one mils champion of tho New York A.
C. from overtaking the field In th 1,00
yard handicap run, the feature of the
annual frames of the International Union
of Knirlnecrs, Local 20, at Celtic Park
yesterday. Finding It Impossible to nrlri'
a prize, Oordon Mopped at the 800 yard
mark, when ho was still far In tho rear.
William It. Orangcr. another baek
marker, also retired early.
Tho race was won by James Kimball
of the Lom: Island A. C who had a 41
yard start. Ho trailed behind tho pace
makers for l hn llrst furlong, after which
he assumed thn lend. This ho held to tho
tape. nlthoiiKh old Jno Ilromilow, tho
Irish American veteran, who Is In train
Iiik to defend his one-ha'f mllo cham
pionship, erave him n hard rinht. Joe fin
Tho three mile scratch bicycle raca.
waa n thriller from stnrt to finish. Jerry
Xur.zlata beat Nelson Johnson by a
Hobeit I'lounhen, the former sprint
champion, showed that ho was comlna
back Into his old form, by working; his
wnv lnU the Until of the 120 ynrd handi
cap run. However, ho was still "short"
on endurance and fulled to win a prize.
Charley Mundt, tho Now York A. C. filar,
won by two yanh.
Tho names attracted a crowd. , Tha
220 Yard Dish, Handicap Won br
Charles T. Mundt. New York A. C. (I
nrdsi; W. 1). Orlacnm, Moh.iuk A. C. (T
)nrds), second: W. I, Lee, New York A, C.
(5i yards!, third. Time, 21 3-5 seconds.
J0 Yard Run. Novice Won l.y M. J.
Samuels, Ninety. second Street Y, M, H.A.I
.1. Todnisn, fit. Chrlstophor A. C, second!
11 O. Hurke, unattarliad, third. Time,
10ft Yard Hash, Novice Won by Paul
Multlcan. unattached; JI. De Marline,
t'nlon Hettlement A. C, second; W. A
lYIIlman. unattached, third. Time, 11 2-1
1.000 Yard Run. Handicap Won br
Jamos Klmhalt, LonsT Island A. C. (4t
ynrdsi; Joseph Rronilloiv, Irish Amerlcsit
A C. ( yards), second. Wilson A da ma.
New York A, C (18 ards), third. Time,
Two Mile Run. Novice -Won hy O. Will
lams, unattached II. Renlnr. unattached,
second. (1. W. Yates. Jersey Harriers, third.
Time, 10-67 4.6.
Three Mile lllcycle Race, Scratch Won
hy Jerrv Nuntlnta. Empire City Wheel
men: Nelson Johnson, Fnlone Sportlva
Hnll.ina. second, Fred Wolsen, Acme
Wheelmen, third Time. 9:3; 4-D.
Tom Mac Nulty
Instead of attempting to smash tha
record for tho 10i) yard dash Freddie
Wclah actually tried to flirht last Fri
day cveulnK. Several thousand fona
havo not yet recovered tarn the shock'.
Chnrtopher Mathevvi-nn, tho winner of
the ISO.'i world's eeiies. Is vncationltic In
Hrooklyn. Many nf .Mr, Mathewson's
former New Yoik friends probably will
it-member him. He omc was prutty well
kn.. n In -Manhattan.
Fair fanny hack of the pre.s coop wat
overheard nsMni; her cj-ejrt if It w-aa
fair for n pitcher to spit on the ball,
No dear, nnd any player caucht chewing
KUtu, Is lined.
Hans Wacner, Pe prom'slnr; young
Fit ate rookie, wants It umleretood un
derstood ho Is over 1ft enrf of ago
nnd will ot reipilio a Hoard of Health
icrtlllcate to Icnvo town.
Hnrry .Stevens chanted lr, cents for
ham sandwiches nt tho Hrooklyn ball
park last i-'nturday. If Hockefeller were
to Mart over iik.vIii ho piiilinlily would
try to yrab a oaterlnc; franclilso at the
Polo Urotindn or IJbbets Field.
The only punishment received at
WuMiineton Park Inst Friday tvenlnir
was ubeoibeil by the fans, Ono Hound
Mnsiiulto Jablnd the ankles of every
Moie double headem to-day 1 As
walking deleciie of th" baseball writers
union we order a .strike !
p-ar Tom Klnd'v 'it mt know how
much piiit.ieje It n 1,1 rcuuire to send Tst
Hi n tu Hrniviis-. , e, Tc ns somo of the
hos at lite ofilee vish to send It to tka
"front'' dall Sendlne ou this as we
ahv.is read your news nnd it o.-sjn
TWO HI. II TIMKR8.
A one cent stamp villi do, (Had you
think n blehly i.f our (.porting news
Pear Tom lt"tr, ne the rune whleh
I'lueJ.iihf l iroi c- nt ,r ulnnln without
pltehlnii .1 hal' to the I nier v I . say that
1 vltmssc.l the f.-i at Woslilncton Pirk
last season I think tho iinmu u is against
Iluffato. It wis like thu The score
was lied when Illut-J.ieitet was sent In t
reliets the former plliher and thn bases
v.ero filled. Two wire nut Hluejackat
toolt his position In the tinx and eauitnt the
runner napplnK orr llrst on his nrst throw
to tho first l.asein.iii imd did not throw a
hall to the Inner at nil In ths Inst half
of the Innlne;. which waa the ninth, the
lirooltfeds put a rim across, winning the
nime and the credit therehy nolng to ths
I a-uose this will give Mr. Nlslson the
Information ho des'r, s
PATRICK J CASRT.
Thnnk ynti very miK li. Also wish to
thank Mr, Theodore i;, J:il.-r for a like
Pear Tom s t4i colored nrhter, Leo
Johnson, now tiahMnfr, the saine inl whs
foimht MMdler Hartiienl at the Irvine A. C,
a ft i venrs nirn" ' I I( not that lad,
then whit colored hu-hter did Hirtdeld
tU-hl at that cl'ii. oroiind that tl ie and
what sn 111" results JACK HIJHOr.
Leo .lohtifiou and Soldier Hartfleld
never met to my best recollection. (2)
Dear Tom In a recent pam between
Hrooklyn and I'lilcieo, H, ,viers bitted
for Mapiuard In llie sisth Innlnr; .McCar.
tv lmtte.1 for hteiik'-I in Min.e innli g j,
Myirs Inkrs jiosln ii In ren'ra field, John
ston poini: to linht, Cmml.s noe nto
pitch, M Cirtv mil Stiiu-el lening tha
ITiine !oes ijcrs have lo hat in Mar
riuird's position nr cap hi take Hienael's
position In hattlne'1 x. K,
Must bat In Marquard's position.
pear Tm (1) Who led the American
I. ensue at ths lime Cnl.h and I.ajota fouaht
for the niltotnohn- and what year was
II" (2 Hn'v many times did Cobb ana
Wanner lead the.r respe. Hi,. leaiuesT
(1) Cobh, In ISin, (L-) Cobb, nine
yeniH; Wnifiier, elitlit Veirs.
tKI 53T01 Oj QMATrVU