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, THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1016. , r . 13
Boy Tennis Experts Reach
BINZEN PLAYS FINE
TENNIS FOR TITLE
Enters Semi-final Round in
Metropolitan Junior Singles
nt Travcrs Island.
THKKE OTHERS SURVIVE
Plar of tli metropolitan junior lawn
Minis championship on the courts of the
New York Athletic Club at Travers
Iiland yceterday afternoon brought the
draw even Into the scml-flnal round. The
four turvlvors are Elliott Blnten, Gerald
Donaldson, Jr., C. W. Shlpway and D.
Allen. Shlpway will meet Allen and
Blnien will face Donaldson to-day. The
doubles are scheduled to atart at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Blnieii gave by far the mo.it Imprcs
lire exhibition of the day In hi victories
over It. Urookman. 61, 2, and II. W.
Fcriter. C 1, !. The Fordham col-
icflan established himself a stronger
favorite than ever. It was expected thnt
he would have little trouble with Hroolf
mn, but his easy victory over 1orstor
at a huge surprise. Korstcr was, nt
wont, expected to drive the match Into
third set, but Blnzcn outplayed the
Vonkera youth tn every department.
Blnten's drives from both forehand and
backhand were all that could he desired
and he had rmall difficulty in handling
Donaldson had the time of hta young
life putting I. W. Raymond out of tho
runnli.fr. Kaymond looked like a winner
when he took the first set at 11 ,
but the marathon trip through twenty
fames took a lot of ginger out of the
Bronx lad and he lost the next two sots.
Shlpway played brilliant tennis In both
Ms matches. In tho tliltu round he
rroved far too fast and experienced, for
Horton Watson, and In tho next round
took the meusuro of F. A. Mlddledltch,
I-., 36, 2. Mlddledltch had Just
eliminated G. I). Kmerson In straight
Allen worked an upset In hli defeat
of A. Gallagher, one of the hardest
drivers In tin; tournament, 6 2, 6 3.
Gallagher could not curb his speed in
the rharp wind. In the previous round
Allen scored over J. T. Kemmerer, but
had to go three rets to turn the trick.
The middle set, won by Kemmerer, but
fourteen games, sapped him of hl
strength and he was easy tn the deciding
One rf the form reversals had Frank
M. Louchnian. Jr., as ltn victim. Lough
man fell beforo Forster in the third
round and was able to win only three
guncs in each set. The summaries:
Metropolitan Junior Championship Similes,
Thtrrl Hound F. A. MlddleJItch defeated
(I. U. Kmerson, 3, t 4; c. V. Ship
iy dtfeated Morton Watson, t 2, e Ij
D. Allen def-ated .t. T. Kemmerer, 3,
J; H. V Forster defeated F. M.
beuthman, Jr., b . t 3; Kllimt BIiik-u
dsfeste.1 II. Urookman. I, !.
Fourth Hound C. W. Shlpway defeated
F. A. Mlddledltch, 2. . 2; I).
Allen defeated A. (lallarhcr. 2. C 3;
E. Ulnten defeated II. XV. Forater, 1,
J; Oerald Donaldson. Jr., defeated I. W.
nijraona, v i i.is f, - s.
Pettrell, Davla aad Roberta Wla la
Trl-Male? Teamfa Touraey.
Cin'cis'.s'ati. Pept. 11. Expert play
tefan to show Itself In the annual trl
state tennis tournament here to-day.
It required three aets. one of which
went to deuce six times, before Ella
Fottrell of San Francisco managed to
diiposo of William Hopple of Cincinnati
la tl.e second round of tho slncles.
To other California boys went Into '
tie third round, Roland Roberts and '
W. E. Davis, havfng an easy time with I
tneir local opponents.
In the women's division the spectators
aw the first defeat of an out of town
player when Miss Ruth Sanders of this
city, twice trl-State ladles' champion,
eliminated Mrs. Walter Ellla of Chicago
In the second round. The summaries :
. Trl-State Championship, Men's Slnrles,
First Hound Fred Durclle. i,oulsvllle, de
feated F. Jannitr. Cincinnati. 6:. 2 ,
5 Fred lla'tlnn. Indianapolis, defeated
Gordon Small, Cincinnati. 7 5, will.
Um M John-ton. California, won from
Rufus Hall, Cincinnati, by default. Dan
Hodsi, Tcrumeeh, Mich., won from Hay
Duanlnf. Cincinnati, by default: Fred
Burnt. Cincinnati, won from Wallace F.
Jahnion. Philadelphia, by default; Carroll
'life, Cincinnati, won from Leonard Ilrek
man, New York, by default: Clifford Tar
lor, Cincinnati, won from t. 8. McElroy,
flttaburar. by default: W. C. Davla, Call
forr.la. defeated W. W. Rows. Cincinnati.
I. J: lloland Roberta, California, de
feated A. O'Connell, Cincinnati. 75, fi;
Howard Cordes. Cincinnati, defeated II. E.
-liddoi. Columbus. Ohio. 62, 36, I C.
, teeond Round Ella Fottrell. California,
defeated William Hopple, Cincinnati. ( 1,
:-.. 1210. Roland Roberta. California,
defeated v, M. Rmay, Cincinnati. S.
1: W. K. Davla, California, defeated It.
hcblond. C 1. 6 l; Fred Haitian defeated
Arthur Loeb. Cincinnati. 6:, I: E. M,
nimmlnea. Wheeling. W. Va., defeated B.
Montaomery, Cincinnati. :, I.
women'" Mnnlee. Flrat Round Mlea
JIarlorle Hires, Kanaaa City, defeated Mr.
A. Rauman Cincinnati. . 1: Mra.
falter Elite, Chicago, defeated Mlaa Emma
Powr.r, Cincinnati. 61. 6 i.
Second Round Mlaa Ruth Handera, Cin
cinnati, defeated Mra, Walter EIII-, Chi
'to, 10 I. 75.
COLLEGIANS XT NETS TO-DAY.
TennU Champloaehlp Toaraey Will
De Started at Merlon.
Philadelphia, 8ept. 11. The annual
irtercollegiate tennis tournament opens
"re to-morrow on the courts of the
Merlon Cricket Club. Harvard, Tale,
Trlnceton, Pennsylvania, Amherst, Will
lams and the University of Southern Cal
ifornia will be represented.
ft. Norrls Williams 2d. the national
fhnmpion, who won the Intercollegiate
r.gies title for Harvard Inst year nnd
Paired with Richard Hartc, Jr., also
""Mured the doubles title for tho Crlm
on, will not play. Harte will be on
fcind. however, as will G. Colkett Caner,
another Harvard star.
I'rlnceton will depend on Leonard
Beekman, who was runnerup to Will
Urns last year. Yale will be represented
Jr Jerry Webber and Pennsylvania by
Kenneth Kennedy and E. M. Edwards.
llforn!a will have E. R. McCormlck
Bd rc. Warren.
TENNIS EVENT DELAYED.
Ntalk, N. Y., Bept. 11. Because of a
miunderstandlng; most of the entrants
In the Nyack Country Club Invitation,
tennis tournament acheduled to begin to.
"y failed to ahow up and the opening
"as postponed until to-morrow. Only
few players were on hand.
Hamilton's Woedsmea Griddera.
. CLINTON. N. Y.. Sept. 11. Two expert
need wnodamen will he found tn the Ham
ilton College football lineup tbls fall. Jones.
hillbaclc. haa been falling Ireas In a
umber camp on Brant Lake all aummtr
a ordar to condition blmaelf for the aa
7:V. acrlmmagas, and Huntaman, the big
arkle. In hla capacity a guide In Alton
VJo Hark, has apant hla time carrying
"ply pound canoes en two mil portages.
' Pt. Iiayton and hla other teammates
all laid out, their work during the
!'.m?,?r w,,h thl 'a'J'a battlea.
iitmliton haa loat six members of the regu
Jr team hy graduation, but thoae who re.
main IIV determined to make up for this
yai Ly their batter pbyalcal condition.
oich Iteynolds of Syracuse will have lit
riJ. i0?1 ln tlng bis proteges ready
"'their flrat game.
The eeheoula ia a hard eae. Hamilton'
PKonenta this aeaaon are Clarkson, Co.
l"mlu. liocneeter, Hobart. R. P. I., MU
Uwrenrr, University et UuSale and Uklea.
EVANS TO PLAY
IN MATCH TO DAY
Champion. .With J. G. Ander
son, totConipoto in 18 Hole
Golf Exhibition at Wykagyl.
EXPECT BIO GALLERY
The Wykagyl fjolf Club has arranged
olf treat for metropolitan followera
of the ancient sport to-day. when it will
entertain or be entertained by Charles
Chl'k Evans In an eighteen hole ex
hlbltlon. The national champion will
be mixed up In a four ball match with
John o. Anderson as partner, pitted
against Reggie Lewis. Westchester and
Connecticut champion, mid T. V. Iler-
. - m' APnwnils champion.
ii mrV,.wns "mended to have a 3C
hole match, but Mr. Kvans asked for the
shorter match, asserting thnt press of
business would occupy his attention in
the morning. The four will tee off In
the afternoon at 2 o'clock, nnd It Is ex
pected thnt a large gallery of local en.
thitrlasta will be on hand.
This will mark the first loeut appear
ance of the champion golfer of the
country since he ascended to his throne.
He played at Bethlehem, Tn., Sunday
and twice lovered the course record
.mc, so..lt c-' aSf"med that he Is
still in that sterling form thnt carried
him throuah the nntlonal nnmtetir tour
nament at tlte Merlon Cricket Club last
Mr. Evans was In New York all of
yesterday and was expected to tut In
nppenrance at several local links, but
his business engagements took up the
greater part of Ids time. He also In
formed friends that he wan stealing a
day of rest a often as he could now.
Officials of tho Wykagyl Club had
hoped to Induce Jerome D. Travcrs to
Play with Chick Evans to-day. but Mr.
Travcrs begged off. asserting that the
same call of business that haa li.nt him
out of golf competition this year da-
iimmira n attention to-day. He may be
able to get to Wjkagyl to nee the latter
part of the match. Max Marston also
w-as asked to help entertain the chnm
plon, but he Is preparing for tho Equinox
cup tourney that Is to atart at Ek
Mr. Anderson should make an Ideal
partner for Mr. Evan. Chick undoubt
edly remembers the national tourna
ment of u few years ago In which Mr.
Anderson nevcred the hopes of the Chi
Russell Marston of the Eisex County
Country Club "yesterday defeated Dr.
William E. Ilutlcr. 7 up nnd 6 to play,
In the thirty. ilx holo final match for tho
championship of the Rcllport Golf Club.
First round medal play for the cham
pionship of the Newspapermen's Qolf
!UU ul aiwatiuy Ciuu jixleiduy Tumid
a smau Dut select field In competition.
E. N. Alexander hud the low gross score
for thirty-six holes with 95. 89181.
and Al Hedley was second nlth 91, 9$
is i. nedley also won the low handicap
medal play with an 80.
BACK IN MOLESKINS
Couch Warner Hits Largo
Sqund Preparing for Hard
Schedule This Season.
I.'iTTSBL'nn, Sept 11. The football
squad of tho I'nlverMty of Pittsburg be
gan nctlvo preparations for the 1916 sea
son this week, nnd dally practlco sessions
have begun. On Tuesday Coach Warner
led his men to the training camp in
Somerset county, near Wlnber, nnd on
the following day the first practice was
Six lettermen and a half dozen t-ub-stltutcti
from last year's siiuad are miss
ing, but in their places the coach has
ieven or eight men who started on the
1915 freshman teum, or who were un
able to take part In football last year.
There are about thirty-live men In the
varsity aggregation, which Includes
seventeen players who won the varsity
letter In 1914 or 191."..
Among the ellglbles who nro striving
for positions on the line are live stal
wartn who tip the scales at 200 pounds
or better, and It I probable that the
average welght'of tho squad will be very
little less than that of last year. The
backs, especially those constituting the
second atrlng. aro a great deal lighter,
and will depend more upon npeed and
skill than upon brawn for their ground
The scveie schedule mapped out t6r
the Panthers necessitates the develop
ment of a second eleven, part or all of
which may be called on to relievo the
first string men at any time. Pitt meets
Navy, Syracuse und Pennsylvania on
successive Saturdays In October, and the
coach will hardly be able to keep hl
men on edge for such a series without
the use of' competent substitutes. Spe
cial attention will be given to tho task of
grooming a capable understudy to Cnpt.
Peck at centre and alternates for the
end positions, where Herron and Carlson
are expected to hold forth again.
BILLY LUSH NAVY COACH.
Former Major Leaguer to Look
After Middle Ball Players In 1017.
Annapolis, Sept. 11. Hilly Lush, for
mer major and minor league bull player,
but In recent years coach of college
baseball and basketball teams, has
signed a contract with the Navy Ath
letic Association to coach 'the midship
men next spring. Lush, who will aot us
field coach under Lieut. C. L. Ncedhatn,
of the navy, who has been dealgnntol
as head coach, will succeed Steve Brodlr,
who was a member of tho ItaUlmore
Orioles back In the early nineties.
Lieut. Necdham an lajad coach suc
ceeds Lieut. C. C. aill, who has been
detached from duty at the academy nnd
ordered to sea. The middles' baseball
players have not as yet been able to
agree upon a captain for next year's
team. Shortly after the close of the last
season those who participated In the
annual contest with West Point and were
eligible to vote for leader met, but It
Is understood the vote waa a tie.
Tho choice. It Is said, lies between
Harry C. Hlodgett, pitcher, of New York
city, and also a member of the football
team of the last three years, and Ed.
ward J. Moran cf Illinois, right fielder,
who is also a member of the football
and basketball teams,
Plah Pltehoa to Victory.
Atlantic Citt, N. J Sept li, Twirl
Ing in spectacular form, Cy Pleh or the
New York American League club twirled
Ilairmonton to victory over the Ilach
arach Giants, champions of south Jersey,
here this afternoon In a ten Inning game,
score 6S. The Yankee twlrler allowed
the heavy hitting resort lads only four
hltai Pleh started the rally for Ham
monton In the tenth.
Semi-finals for Metropolitan
CADDIES RULE LINKS
AT ST. ANDREWS CLUB
3Icdal Play Tonrnamcnt and
Entertainment Finds 40
Boys in Happy Mood.
Caddies rose to supreme heights at the
A"lrewa Qolf Club yesterday, when
the members earrleit hm tnnb .
whll the bovH
hole medal play for Me caddie chnmplon
shlp of the club. All told forty-slx fu
turoHniplons waged war with the club
and fluslve ball playing In a handlcnp
that found unusually good scores turned
Just Who handlCBDned th hnvn rnnlrt
not be ascertained, as none of the mem
bers cared to risk Injury by admitting
this part of the work. However, who
everad a line on the nlnv of the. bnv
knew just a bit about their prowess, an
the scratch entry came throueh with n
two stroke margin. He -was Albert
who lourneve.1 around .,
troublesome, hazardous 18 holes In S7
strokes. Johnny Estony, another scratch
Contestant, won second hntinrn with Rf
strokes, and J. Zeph, u diminutive young
sicr, was tnird with 91589.
After tho tournament the members put
on nprnns and served the boys with a
splendid luncheon. Also the blv swim
ming tank was turned over to the cad
dies, with the members again drafted to
net as rubbers and swimming instructors.
Every one present had a big day.
Tom Mac Nulty
Dear Tom A says that Charlla White
knocked out Joe Aievelo. II claim that
Charlie White did not knock out Joe
Aievedo. Who la rleht? A. 11.
White Is credited with stopping Ai
evedo In a bout in Boston lat spring.
Der Tom (1) Did the (llant. ever fln
leh lower than third, excluding laet tar?
If eo, when? (5) Are there any catchers
In the Mk leagues lio throw left handed?
It ao. uho? A. (S. It.
(1) niants finished Mxth In 1SS3, fifth
In 1SS4. fourth In 1SS7, sixth In 1S90,
I.V , V. 1.. 1 C A. n.,. , l,nl In
MM (ten dub'to) '.ewnih In ! M
and 1S9S. tenth In 1893, eighth In 190O
and 1902, seventh In I90l and fourth
In 1907. (2) Not nt present. Lefty
Clententa of tho Phillies was tho lafct
southpaw backstop I recollect. Then,
of course, there was l'red Tenney, who
broke Into b!g leagues as a catcher.
De.ir Tom Where are Ford and Warhep,
formerly of the Yanka. and Wlttee. one
time Giant? TOM 11.
Kord Is through., St. Lows Nationals
roaleascd Wnrnop tn Salt I.v.e imiy in
tho season, but Hopa did not stick.
Don't know where he Is njw. Wlltse Is
with Heading. New York State League.
Dear Tom (11 What waa Matheiveon'e
create.t defeat In hla major league career'
In regard tn the score, nnd what was the
oppoalng team and pitcher? C) How
many home runa hae. flnberteon of the
Olanti made thla year? P. (1. & J. McD.
(1) I don't recall offhand. (2) Eight
up to and Including games of Aug. 31.
Pear Torn Trevloue to the Yanke' It.t
elump haa the team met with a elump of
eeven or more conaecutlve defeat" thii
year? Q. C.
There had been none of such duration
prior to tho St, I.oul elump. prior to
that four defeats In a row was the
longest losing ntreak.
Dear Tom Kindly let me know If lint
Chain la a rlsht lunt or left h.ind batter?
Or doee. he bat left handed uratruit a fish
hand pitcher and right hand agalnet a lift
hand pitcher? T. K. It.
Chase always bats right handed.
Dear Tom Did Connie Stack ever play
hsseball In the, major li'aguia? M M, 11,
You bet! On Washington. Ituffnln nnd
Plttiburg National Lengun tcuns. In
Washington he caught Hunk O'Pay.
Dear Tom Thoro appeared In T1I1J
SUNDAY RUN of Aucuet (Ith or Ifltli a
very Intereetlng srtlrlo on the old l'olo
(Irounda nt 110th sirert and Fifth avrim.'.
Accompanying the article wah u repro
duction of a phonograph nf the pl.iera
or the New York and Philadelphia teams
oho took part In the opening gaum of
1A8. Could you tell me tho names of the
players of both teame aa shown In the pho
tograph? I can rerognlie only one, linger
Connor? WILLIAM MclSHATII.
1 can't tell you the names Just as they
appear In the picture but can furnish
you with roster of tho IS88 Giants nnd
Phillies. Giants: Jim Mutrle, manager;
Keefe. Welch, George. Crane, Weldman.
pitchers; Ewlng, Urown, Murphy, citch
ers; Connor, Itlchardson, Whlteney,
Ward, ltalney, Hatfield, mfleldcrss
O'l. urke, Gore, Tlernnn, Slattery, Fos
ter, outfleld-rs. Phillies Harry Wright,
manager; Casey, ltufflngton, Gleaeon,
Sanders, Tynlp pitchers: Clements,
Schrlver, catchets; Farrar, Itastlan, Mill
vey, Irwin, Dclchanty, Inflelders ; Wood,
Andrews. Fogarty, outfielders. Didn't
you recognize Jim Mutrle?
Dear Tom A aaya batter Is out for
sliding to flrat baae, I saa umplro erred
In calling runner nut. Ia thero any rule
on eliding to flrat baae? T. A. it.
No rule barring runner from sliding
Dear Tom What ta the height oX the
lightweight Ullburn Saylor? L L.
S feet t Inches, according to Andrews
Dear Tom Where can I get the rec
ords of Metropolitan Association athletes?
Spalding's Athletic Almanac for 191(1.
for sale on all newsstands. Pi Ice 10
Dear Tom (1) What la the nation
ality of Kauft of the (Hsints? 2. What la
the nationality of Charley HeriogT 3.
Of Peto fckhnelder of Cincinnati?
I". H. JONES.
All Americans, old top. Knuff Is of
Polish extraction; Herzog and Schneider
of German extraction.
Pear Tom Could ynu let mo have the
B resent whereabnuta of Halph H. ("Hap")
lyers, formerly of the Brooklyn Pederal
League team? Ia he as til I playing ball, and
If ao, with what team? P. YOUNO.
Don't know what has become of
Dear Tom J. M. bets that Neal Ball was
the only one In the major leagues to make
an unassisted triple pluy. J. A, aaya I'aul
Hints, while playing with Providence In
the National League made one alao. Who
J. A. la right. In a game between
Hoston and Providence In 1878 Paul
Hlncs performed an unassisted triple
Dear Tom A little more than a year
ago you answered a query In the New
Ynrk PRE8H statlnl that Si-skin. mI.,,..
of the Philadelphia Nationals waa tho only
lieorow in v.i.ivr vtm "eve, nuw 10 to
day's BUN you say he Is American of Ger
man extraction, ao would you kindly let
me know through Tour column which la
right? I refer to nationality only. '
1 wan right each time, old top. If you
refer to NATIONALITY only, Mayer la
an American of German extraction.
Don't confua religion with nationality.
A man can be a German and yot be a
Hebrew, can't he?
AN EASY WINNER
Geors Drives Star Pacer to
Fore in Grand Circuit Meet
A B0MP FOR DIUMETER
STrucust, tf, T., Dept. II. Straight
heats featured the five events on the
opening day programme of the Grand
Circuit at the New York State Fair
In the free for all pace Napoleon Di
rect, driven by Pop fleers, won almost
as he pleased. While the time for the
first heat was fast, 2:004, Napoleon
showed n flarh of speed'ln the last three-
u. ine nrsi neat, wn.cn ne ne-
1 KQtlatld In 1 minute and 30 seconds.
, tlolng to tho quarter In 30 j seconds
! ft.... ..... , li. -l
remainder of tho distance, and when tho
finish was reached SIiirIok whs two
lengtni behind, with Fred
miimelcr made a process!
ivurmvai 10,000 Stake for
r 2:11 pacers
us ease. The
, .V'i. .ini.
by winning with rldlculo
four horses which finished ended each
heat In the same order. The final heat
was made In 2:03i. Jay El Mack,
capably driven down the stretch by Mur.
phv, challenging sharply nt the turn
and finishing a scant neck behind Dluin
eter. Nurclssa T sprcadcaglcd the. field In
the first heat of the 2:18 trot when
elie broke nt the upper turn. Daisy
Todd and Host Peter, closing with a rush
from behind, were unable to extricate
themselves from the tangle which fol
lowed nnd were distanced, together with
Ilrcscla won the race easily, trotting
the final two heats In exactly the same
Azora Axworthy had things all her
own way In tho Devereux, 2:15 trot.
Ilaron Frisco nnd Jcannetto Speed tried
desperately to overtake the Murphy
entry, but lacked the necessary speed
in the stretch.
Tho Messina Springe Sweepstakes for
thrcc-ycar-old trotters attracted a Held I
. . r .. .. . . i- i
ui tru Dull irir. Il.ili; I. &jccii-u.
piloting Jack Mooney, won the first
heat, but llonnlo Del, with Thomas
.i?ih ?!JW f""f
To-morrow tho programme Is featured
by tho Empire State J10.000 for 2:08
trotters. St. Frisco nnd Mabel Trask
urn among tho field of ten horses which
will start. Lee Axworthy, world's
champion trotting stallion, will nttempt
to lower the track recotd of 2:01i held
by The Harvester. Tho summaries:
MES4I.VA SPMNOS SWKKPSTAKES.
THKKK-YKAll-OI.tl TnOTTKUS t! IN i).
KSTl.MATEl) VALUE :.0O.
Pontile Dell, br. r.. by Del Coronatlo
llonnle Direct (Mr. Hindi) ill
Jm-K .VH.i.rj, br. by Malcsia
Xorhra-Mary Itay iMr. Dovereaux)... 1 5
.lint Tee. f. (Mr. Ilurk S 2 S
Passu, blk. t. (Mr. Irlllanli 5 a 10
O'cnr Watte, b. h !r. Durnham).... 3 t 7
l.orkiur. b. c. (Mr K. I. White) P 4 4
Peter Mount, eh. c. (Mr. Jonea J & t
Uor llinarn. b. c. Mr. Cahlli) 7 t
Iterelrr. blk. r. (Mr. Wih-oxl
Peter'a Pride, br. f. (Mr. Breree) ,
Time ::ti4. ::i:u. ::i:.
THE KAHN1VAL 5:11 PACE (I
PLAN). Pl'llSE 10.000.
Dlntneter. ch. r, by Dium-Eter B
lllrady) . . ,
Jnv Kl Mack. Ii. a (Murnliri . .. . ,
1 t 1
3 3 3
4 4 I
Snrltic Mild, ch m. ill Whlin
St aim Woolworth. br a (Hifbbirct
Wilbur S.. rh t. iCori
Hal 1'lcx K br a. (MtCalli.
Time :.4,, :.o;, ::ot.
THE "SAC nrTKR" KHEK KOIt ALL PACE
(1 HEAT 1'I.ANI. I'UHSE ll.'.
Napoleon Direct, ch, li., by Walter Dl
red itieera). til
Sintle (! , b, h , hy Andereon Wilkea
Utile (lip (Con 3 2 2
Fred ltua.-ll. b. c (Siinwi 3 3 3
Tune !:ivi. 3:04j. j;n:i.
5:1 TKOT (J HEAT PLAN). PlTtSE It, 0.
Hreecla. b. m , by lUnrara-Chambrr
mild tHcHlne)) 1 I t
Klilaemark, br. s., by Wilaak Eohte
iToil1 S .1
Zomreit. blk. li. i.MiDonald). r, : 3
l.il I'rtiicetoii, b li iCdxi ii 4 4
ll'ttln.i. b. m iC-nrier) 5 C dr
tied (iift, b c il.rkeron) 4 ilr
llo.t lV'ter, br. h. iCrfieeinani lie
Daley Tod b m, (Chindler) ill
Nan-leea T . b. m tllnnd.) ilia
Time-::!"',. :.0Si. ;:i,.
THE DEVEKEl'X. MI TROT ( HEAT
PLAN), PURSE t:.oo.
Arora Axworthy, b. m.. by Hale Ax-
wnrthv (Murphy) til
rtarun Kriieo, b c. liy Pan Frandaeo
BaroncM (Pickrrsoti) 2 2 2
Jeminetie Sr"ed. br ni. (Cox) 3 3 8
Worthy ninaen, blk a (Murray) 4 4dr
l.ynUoil. blk. f (Kathhunl Us
Ttme-!:0si. 2:CS4. 2:ll4.
TO BEAT ::K'i PACING.
Blnworth. h. e. by Uinrara Madie Worthy
TO PEAT 2:li TrtOTTINO.
Prince Deism, b. h , by Blncen-Dellro
EGGERS FOUNDS MABTIN.
Drops Opponent Twice, but Fall to
K. O. Kggers, tho likely local bantam
weight contender, added another scalp
to his belt last night when he decisively
defeated nnd all but knocked out Terry
Martin In the star ten round bout at the
Tandcrbllt A. C. Eggers dropped Mar
tin for llio count twice, sending him to
tho floor In the fourth round for a count
of nine nnd forcing Martin to listen to
another count of nine tn the seventh.
Martin refused to stay down, taking a
In the seml-wlndup repera Martin de
feated Young Thompson In six rounds.
VETERANS BOX AGAIN.
Hurley lla--Better of Madden lu
Olympic A. C. Boat.
Battling Hurley nnd Frankle Madden,
welterweights, who several years ugo
were listening to the cheers of the crowds
and adding ring laurel to their respec
tlvo'iiames, mixed In a ten round bout at
tho Olympic A. C. last night. Although
neither scored effectively, they put up
an Interesting exhibition, with Hurley
having the huUer of the argument after
they had puffed through ten rounds.
ln tho other ten round bout Terry
Phelnn slipped a right cross on the chin
of Young Llppy In tho Seventh round.
Llppy came to a few minutes afterward
und wanted to know who dynamited the
ttAY CANCEL RIFLE MEET.
Animal flvrnt at Florida State
flange Likely to Ilr t.'nllrd Off.
Washington, Kept. U .The annual
rlflo matches nt the Florida State range,
In which teams from the army, navy.
Marine Corps, National Ouurd and
varloua military academies usually par
ticipate, probably will not be held thla
year becauna of the presence of vir
tually nil of the army regulars Htid Na
tional (lunrdnmen at tho border and in
Willie the War Department has reached
no final decision, otllclals said to-day
there was llltlo likelihood Hint any troop
units would l.a .authorized to attend.
The matchea had been vet for October 20,
About u regiment of soldiers Is needed
to man the rango and act aa score.
45 ROUND VERDICT
Now York Lightweight Beats
Ever Hammer in Kansas
ITALIAN FORCED TO SLUG
Kansas citt, Sept. 11. After fifteen
round of hard, fast fighting Johnny
Dumloo of New York was awarded the
decision over Ever Hammer of Chicago
hero to-night. Dundee had the better of
live rounds. Hammer won three and tho
balance were evenly fought. The deci
sion was a popular one. Dundeo
weighed 132 pounds and Hammer 134.
It was tho best battle held here since
the fifteen round game wag started and
It was a fine ending to an unbalanced
card. In the seml-wlndup Andre Ander
son of Chicago and Jack Hcmpel of Cal
ifornia fought five rounds, after which
Hcmpel quit. He was outclassed. An
derson Is the heavyweight who fought In
New Vork last winter.
wunciccs skin was not of as much
value to him as ho emerf.l. n. h. ...IOi30 THIRD RACE-Three-vear-olda and
I forced to stnlid too to toe with Hammer
I and slub. The Cfilraigu llhtw.-ltht kei.t
r." ' "''I"""1" every minute or
U,e Vac anrt '" cl"ht of tlle "ftecn
. toundi was decidedly the nirirrersor.
Ill tho first live Hammer had a lead
because of his fust inllghtlng. In the
next llveroundrt Dundee had the edge.
The sixth was a slow roam! but numle
started after "llfmmer In the seventh anS
fnli.li, V. I ... .1, ... .1 , . .
fought him all over tho rln. landlnr
several clean, effective blows nnd win
nlng the round by a wldo margin. Dun
dee outboxed Hammer In the seventh
and rocked the tough Bwcdo with head
punches, ugaln having a big shade. The
ninth was a slow round, but Dundee had
the advantage. There was a lot of
clinching In the tenth and little damage
The last five rounds saw Hammer fight
the New York Italian almoat to a stand
still, but Dundee had already gained a
FAST BOUTS IN N. Y. A. C.
YialilnK Athletes See t'harlr
lleecher Win Two Scraps.
The first amateur boutK of the season
were held last njght In the New York
Athletic Club. They were attended by
about 300 persons. Including the visiting
athletes the club entertained during the
day at Traver'a Island. The bouts were
good nnd furnlhed some keen sport.
Charles lleecher nf the Educational
Alliance proved best In the 12.1 pound
Class. He defeated Max Green, unat
tached. In the piellmlnary and n few
minutes later slopped Artie Schick, a
cluhmate. In the first round. Ho landed
a stiff right hand slng on Schick's Jaw
with such force that Schick hit the tlo.ir
and to prevent a knockout tho referee
stopped the bout.
ln the 135 pound class James Sulltvnn
of tho Union Settlement earned tho
honors. After defeating Fred Hamil
ton, unattached. In the preliminary, lie
earned tho Judge's decision over Henry
Conray in the final.
Maurice Harris of the Union Settle
ment did best In the 145 pound class,
and James Toinensulll of the Elizabeth
V. M. C. A. won honors ln tho 115 pound
class. The summaries:
125 Pound Clata Cliarie Ileeeher, IMu
entlonnl Alliance, e.nrne.1 judpe." iI.tI.Iom
ever lai tin en, unattached. Artie Schick.
Educational AllUm,', urn id JudK1" de
rision oer Hilly tkldgraft, Murray Hill A.
C , nfler extra round
IZi Pound Cla Henry Conrad, rnmln-
iran i.vteuni. rarn-d r trece a decision nwr
Eddie l.elolier In llrtt round Juine Sulll
i.n, t'nmri Sen einent, earned Judk'ce' de
cision ver Fred Hamilton, unattnriird.
Ill l'nuud ('Lies Prank Merrelll, lldura
tlonal Alllince, etoppeil (harle Tilnker,
Ket .l.le House, 1m sprnnd rnund. Jutuf.
Tonilnii:ii. ElUibtth V M. C A earned
referee's decision over Dan Leahy, l'aullst
145 Pound ("lass M.mrlre Harris, Union
."ettlenunt, earned JudKes' deilslun oer
Mike Taupy, 1,'nlon .Settlement.
Final, 125 Pound Class Charles Heecher
stopped Artie Schlek tn rirst round.
Final, H5 Pound Class Sulll an earned
Judues' drctelon ner Henry Cnnrail.
Final, 115 Pound Class Tonilnsulli
earned Judecs' decision over Frank Mer
celll. Final. 145 round C'is Harris stopped
Philip It) an. Murnlngalde A. C , In second
RECORDS FOR DURB0R0W.
Philadelphia Sivluimer Sets
.Marks In the Delaware Itlver.
I'iiiipelpiiia, Sept. 11. Cliarle n.
Durborotv, the local long distance swim
ming expert, yesterday established two
new records. Ho flnlnhcd the most dim.
cult swim of Ids career In 13 hours and
30 minutes, covering 36 'j miles In tho
Delaware lllvcr. The best previous rec
ord In the Delaware and in fresh water
ua made by Samuel Itlchards. lie was
Immersed 13 liourH nnd 1 ;r minute and
covered 33 4 miles. Durborow held tho
former dletnnce mark with 34 4 miles
ln 12 hours and 44 minutes. ,
Durborow lias covered the course lie-,
tween Chester and Philadelphia twenty
two times, lln has made fourteen trip
from this city to Chester nrtd eight
swlinn from Chester here. His tlrst swim
over the Chrxtcr route was on August 8,
100!), when ho swam from that city up
In S hours nnd 10 minutes, using the
brenat stroke the entire distance. This
was beforo ho adopted the trudgcon
stroke. Ills best time was made May
jo. ml. when he went 16; mites In
5 hours and 31 minutes.
HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIEU
First Pace Threeyear-olda and upward;
Index. Horse. Wt.
Index. Horse. Wt.
,707 Carlton O Ill
I7J Klna- Worth..,. 12J
(13) Plumorr Ill
.'13 Illuminator ,.P'9
U( Juliet 101
713 Mellaril! iwi
ta Ambrose 117
M3 Virginia W....10H
:.') Kd Weis 115
(1 Tinkle Hell. ...Ill
I'll 1. Orttlf.. Ill
-lit ftn.idviood ...1231747 Mnrnhv.
(123) sPrest, Lynn. ,1121 IK nioaming
Seiimd Itare Maiden fillies and geldings;
ln.year-old. l-'lve furlongs. '
Index. Horse. Wt.l Index. Horse. Wt.
- Kilts 112 171 Alma II 112
:m Ho'lla 1121 Hi PrMtee it-
27C Night Owl 115 M Moth. Mactiree.113
M7 Polonium (11.1151 251 Hyannla lis
Third Itace-Malilen fillies and geldings;
mn.yeilr-nins, nir lurinngs,
Index, llorae. WU
Index. Horee, Wt.
771' Mae Murray. ..II
7tt it Nyiniih il) .li
,i Iteeee 115
771 Admiration ...112
sts Chelsea 1121
634 Supernal 1121 ti: D. Lonr Legs. .115
l'otirtli Usee All ages; kaudlrap. One mile
mi t seventy yards.
Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. llorae. Wt.
S3? Haute. m!(!IJ) Fenmouse 104
79'J' llay'y Candle. .1111 111 Onat 7
41' Kllltergold ...110)
Fifth Hace-Two-year-olds ; selling. Five and
a nsir ruriongs.
Index. Horae, Wt. Index, llorae.
7J Flare V 72S sChallerhox
(M Doe Meals. .,110 MU Aitnec T
S.T. Fantatn llala.,111 -r,9 llurbank ...
1177) Oliver S'dals..11lf :) 'Zinnia
71s Tootsle 10 113 CruseH
s.'.', llnotle's llaby,Pi3 (;. llcprobate .,
129 ComraJo 1011
Klith ItH.e Fonrcar-olda and
silling. One mile nml a alxtrenth.
Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. Horse. wt,
4( Th. Header... 105
7V7 sfJevil Wsh rt. 111
7U' Dalnrerrield ..lit
Ilk' Cliff Haven. .100
2SI Little Eurd...lll
Seventh Itece -Tliree.j ear-olds and .mw.rrf.
selling. One mile snd seienty Tunis. 1
Index. Horae. Wt.lliulex. Horse, wi
M2 sAb-lon 1C.I .vii 'Keiiah m
mi ciii'slrrlnn ,, 1 1 r. 1 ::i7 Scorpii 115
637 Kir Penriih ,.,1I0 7s Djy p-y";" 1 5
.N.ite The third race failed tn nil and tlie
second race haling received alttern entries
waa dlrldrd aad will li run aa tho aacond snd
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather clear. Track fan.
BELMONT PARK, Seat. 11. Twelflh day of the antamn meetlnr
f the Westchester lUcIa Assoclat Ion. Weather clean track faat.
OCC FIRST RACE-Two-year-olda. Maidens. Fire and a half fttrlonjt, straltht. rune,
J500. Time. l.OS f-S. At post. J.W. Olf. Ml. Winner, br. e., by Itambura-
Dorelet. Owner. II. P.
mu. iiace dririnr.
Coupled-B. K. Whitney entry. Scralched
llwfa. tn hand and raied off the pace lor
ea.llr dlaooaed nt Kirit Ballot and then
yards, scored in clever manner. Ilceeier.
mum not Cfl up. inrst iianot showed Keen apeed for live lurlowr. out could not stir
the distance out with flrat two. Pickwick, thouah iiilfrrlnf eliicht Inlerferenco at the
atart, was handled badjy in later etnsen. Derkmatn ehor.l nothlna,
QCiJ SECOND RACE Handicap All aiea.
oul Time. LSI, At poet, 3 11. Off. 3.18
uwner. a. i. I'Aiiauna. 'arainer.
II. ,,-mt n fa, K..1.n. ..... nt-.il Himni.tnl In fi.-l f,lnt. . n.t tl.nin.1. fn..w..l in I
step rleht alonr for every atep of journey,
irom pace, nosed stoutly ill nnai lunonr.
winner. Xylon talle.1 off badly at end and
Latter, a dlalant trailer In early part, flnlehed
iOUO At poat, a SI. Off. J . Winner, ch. r,. a., by Wunlathorpe Jill Oreenwood.
0wner. .Mra, A. c. ULL.ME. Trainer,
i lndes. Horee.
I SlM ,
431 Menlo Park
Whtte) Metal.... 107 . .1
Exec or m i
Mr. Hrtere went to Iront at the break.
eaally at end. Menlo Park, flow to bealn. moved up itoutly Juet previous to enterlnr
I -"""ttch. handilr dl.pol of Ahara. but could not ct to winner. Ahara be,, of other..
I . . " .... . . .... . .
FOUHTH kalk me fiureery iiatnucap. 'rwo-year-oun. pn lurionys. airairm.
Ihirae. II.). Time. 1.11. At poet. 47. Olf, 4.01. Winner, b. c. br Star Shnnt
Fraiiknee Owner. R. T. WILSON. Jr Trainer, T, J. Ilealey. Start lood. Won
drtvint. I'lace eime
Index,! Horse. Wt. (, : v.
I'llonrlesa ... 177 3 ii W,
7l IStraltht yorw'd lor, 1 3"
(i.'. Ivivld no '2 1' l"
705 !Koh-l-noor ... 101 4 4 4
There waa little to choose between the field at any etaie of the Journey. In the final
furlong Davlea as crowded a lilt and forced .vk. Hourless comlne nn tn the last few
strides and outgamlnr Stralrht Forward ami Vivid. Claim nf (mild lodred against the
winner by Troiler and J. McTanart and allowed, the stewards placing Straltht Forward
first and Vivid second and Koh-I-Noor third
Qeyy FIFTH IIACE Steeplechase. Four -
" miles, lhirse. Time. 4.1. At
Stalstart-Prlnceee Nettle. Owner.
unif. start oo." .nan easily, i-iace
Ind-x.1 Itorae. Wt.l St. i, 1
::' iSinlow HI 1 l'i :
7'H Slxtv-fnur 1W 2 '.' 1
IDouWt Ill 3 ' 2
Syosset 115 5 5 4
Ms (Beethoven 11J 4 4 Pell
. sTatihe.-J. II Johnson. Donna, wiiite .Metal, Itusiia.
The flrt two had It between them throurhoul. Sandow outcamlne fluty Fnur In final
furlnn;, to draw away In last eliteentb and score in clever fashion. Latter showed marked
Improvement over his previous race.
SIXTH 11 .CE Handicap, Three-ye.ir-old. and upward. Olio mile. Pure. IGAO.
Time. 142. At post. 5 05. Off. ten. Winner, ti. r.. S. by Pnlrmelus Laernma.
Owner. P IIOl'MAN. Trainer. J. Carson. Start rood Won easily. Place drirlnx.
inilex.' Horse ni " m, ,
IS! ,1'olroma bet 1 :
;;s Tea Caddy . . HI , I 4
Kl" IJneoba ll 4 2'
M 'pHnnn 1C I 3 3'
Polrnma waa away wlnirtnr and, althnueh he seemlnily was throuah roundinr the
(urn. e.-ime on to win hmdlly (rom Tea Paddy, which was outrun for the first iiuartrr.
Jamhi ntf . tsU.n hsk in the .(retrh anl finished etronrly.
Brand New Trick Sprung
by a Boston Fight Fan
A brand new trick was uncorked dur
ing recent bouts In tho Commercial A.
. i , . .
C, Boston. Jwo boxers named Johnny
i.wneS nnu unatiey .-neppam were,
mixing It merrily when suddenly a spec-
tutor tilin hnrl n aeiil rinse tn tile rinir
. . , ., . .
icacnen inrout;n me rope's una ki...-I'vu
Sheppard by the ankle.
This brought the bout to a stop
u 1,..,, ..... ...r...... ..... I... n. ..).,. ..I .....
. .'.'"-.i "...V.... V.,-''r . ... .
the net nn done In t in ntt.r...t mf
iiowncs uiu omctai uisiiuaitncu liu lat
, ti" s;.i.u.wi s....c ,wi t..uo
alTnh.:;,n , rnVv.
. " . .
ppenH the door to tlie
schemer,, for all a boxer who I, ioslng
n li have to do tn turn Impending de
feat Into victory ulll Imj to have boine.
body reach through the ropes and grab
1,1.,. 1... .h. t. Whit h ,.,rrk ,,,!..
.... AT.;..".'::.. ...... ..... .. ........... .1
dl-.iiTallfv Downe still tho common
wnv method wSull have been S sum.
why I ject hmeddlcr from the club-
Brltlon Mhuuld Heat Huffy
i.n'.lon Z mportanJ ! a Va.t aiin
inatlon pla eo important a part us in
pugll sm. I prefer to e t It down to
In no other walk In llle does the Iniag-
Imaglnntlon, for I should dislike to
think that Htich Shannon, mniiager of
Jimmy Duffy of Lockport. would Indulge
In anytliliig except old, hard facts.
However, llxten to the manager:
. the manager:
Lockport, N. Y cred -
tharps u being tho
greatest left hand In
Jimmy Dutry of 1
Ited hy pugilistic
po!.se(.sor of the grea
the world, nnd Jack Hrltton, the welter.
weight champion, will clnfh for the title
t Now Orleans early In the fall. Tills
.1.. ... .... ....... ....,.'.1.,.. ,.r .i... .....J
will be the third meeting of these boys,
Duffy winning twice on points In no-de.
cImIod contests. Hrltton Is admittedly
tho classiest performer in tlie welter
division nnd ho is a past mnster of the
.art of hit nnd get away. Ho nlt-o car
ries a terrinc kick in nis right nanu ami
lichides this he Is a smart ringster,
Up In Lockport n determined young
man has started preparing for this fight
which means the championship to him.
Duffy figures he lu tho 0110 man that
can take the elusive Hrltton. for Jack
fears the great left hand of Loekport's
favorite eon, Jimmy's southpnw mitt
darts in and out with tho quickness nnd
tho sting of a serpent's tongue. Many
a topnotcher nan nml 111s pnysiogomy
battered nt Duffy'B hands, nnd, besides
his left, Jim lum a right cross thnt nerves
dream pills. It Is n knockout punch, of
tht brnnd that Kid McCoy once boaiitcd.
Had he used thla right hand morn
often Duffy's knockout record would bo
fully 00 per cent, better than it Is, Very
few fighters have felt the sting of thla
blow and finished a bout.
"Do yon think you'll beat Hrltton?"
Duffy wus asked.
"Do I think so?" replied Duffy quietly.
"Well. If I don't beat him It will he be-
cnuso Iic'h a better man, and I don't think
ho Is. I whipped him twice In Ituffulo
when T was nothing hut a skinny kid,
Just starting. Now I have grown bigger
and Btrouger and am more experienced.
I think the percentage Is in my favor."
That may all be true, but according
tn Hrltton the first bout In which he
met Duffy ended In tho sixth round
SCnTEDTILEl) BOXIrTO BOUTS.
Harlem P. C. (Ilammelal Wee Wee
llurton vs. Andy Cortet, Johnny Hayes vs.
Hrnudway B. C, Willie Beecher vs.
WF.DNI.SDAY, fiKPTHMHErt IS.
Pioneer H, V, Packy Hommey Vs. Joe
Mooney. Kid llurna vs. Johnny Clinton.
TIlUltHDAY, SKPTRMHUIt 14.
Hmplre A. C Henny Leonard .
Fill DAY, SHPTI.MHHH tf,,
Vaprterlillt A. C llattllng Lahn va. Hat.
tllug Miller, Hull Anderson vs. Paddy Mur
Trainer, J. Itowo. Start food. Won ridden
J, McTajiart S
(Inrdon ...... 40
McKecvrr ... 4
- llome Sweet Homo,
first half mile, was lei down In final stares,
undino - nif rhallenir nf Ltlceater In laat filtr
neer far from tw. cloned .t nut It at end, luti
Seven turlonts. main
Winner, eh. g., 4, br
course. Purse, low.
Oddfellow Jane Erre.
v, u, KarricK.
Stait good. Won ridden uut
Wt.l St. i H Fin. Jockey. Op. CI. PI. fh.
110 4 1"i i 1 liu Davlrs t-3 1ZA t 1-:
111 .1 )' .1' : ; n me 3 3 11-3
107 3 : 1' 3 3" HUtton 1 7 6-3 1
111 1 s r. ( 4 J MeTaszart 7 M -f
J 5 : 5 f.'j M Wnrtchrr 3 4 J-J 7-10
i:i 1 4" 4 6 'Itoxler 3 S3 i-i 4-6
held hl opponents sate. Fernrock, never, far
nanuur u.io.ei 01 xyion. out could not set the
van iloln? hie beet tn etani oft bid of Hauberk.
with oo. rouraae.
nnwsnl. Selllnr One mile. Pnrae. 110. Time.
A, L munte. start oo.l, Won easily. Plice
rill .inc Hey.
1",j 1' ITlOjIer .
i' (liuvtoti .
4" 4" .Mini:
t 5 Warecher
a never threatened nt nnv atae. winnlnz
.lorliey. Op CI.
Huston 1-2 11-20
.1 MeTaciart C 7
Davie ': tI
year - olds and upward
.Selllnr. About two
Winner, eh. e . R. hr
post. 4 sr. Olf. 4 37
NOHTHWOOD STABLE. Trainer. J. K. Kray-
1H Fin. Jockey.
l1 1' Kan
2" .t. Williams.
3 3' Howard ....
1 4 F. Williams.
rin. i .lot-Key. up. li im mi
Mink .... .
.1. MeTagsart -5
Troiler .. .. 5
when Duffy was on the floor from a
hard punch In the body. Ah Duffy was
i. ilium'-, wir. VUIIIC3V lutue
, to rI1(, lpM nnJ (,u.rp
,,0n declares that the blow was a!
fa r on., to the p t ..f tl.e stomach. In j
.. ..-, ,.ii
Kit rounds owln
to the agility Duffy
. r' hi i'". llwanff"m tlmea their number did on Labor Day.
,n ,,H h i i.l ,7.iy,"n,PJ,"aW nU.ffy, ,ViT lntl as the t.lo crosM.l the line every
d VhV u ' lU 4"ach Cr'." !" (,nr-'ldy claimed he had won. Th-y ete
..... .. ,
i m ... ' . V,',""' sine 'f it; th.y had teen their favo.
U Lear , arched of uIng the kidney rlt.,s t,M ,,:l.,t , Ju,,KM ,
t li, !i nn 'ni! t !,,it f.,h" r".' AN."'ln'nt. lint the iutltsVx. wit.. -re In tho
t- ii. was suspend-d for sK months, again 1 Wt ,,06Ui01l , s. e tlie icult. declared
for some iii..t,;rl..iH r.ason. At the. that llourl.-SH had tlnished it short head
u",u "",nor "V'"'
..-... ii ...is i.iruieil u UHiiig ini Kinney
,u ..,l e .1... ...... . ,...'.
iiiiiu toe i.oiu ei iieti r-oys nail iinrrv
n T ' " .", ' T ' "
w.ss...,,.-. ! X'HII "t "HI IIW. i.tl 1'U'IUl
round", and lirlttun will he th
..... " ,
I " ,,l.""
i.u.iie iiueere 1
IMdle O'Keefe's manauer offers M.Odfi
t Kid Wllll-mm If he will kIcii tn ineet
th Qunk'r In 11 long bout nt llfi ring-
"'de. Very line, but O'Kecfe Is a bit
i'romptuous to dictate weight condl-
.,onH f" th' champion. It Is for the
iit.itil't.jtm ,1, a.i.iv...tt u, it.iiiiM Ulr
i-rom tne nreezy west cornea the n-
'.'r,,on e,.h"s.t Mfrrl--. "f An.
t,ny M,,ho, llnored Ad Wolgast twice
,n thp tl,lrrt rmlni, ,, apnn , fml)
..,,, ,,,., ,, ,,, ,,,..,. ...
.1.. .. ...
.... . ... . ..
,,,",!,,? , , 1 , , .1 V "
L,"?xl.n? Vn . i' ' fln.d "r '!"
,,,. - "lKl,,t A.i ,
5lmi17 n w i. n ,ho!e.rn,,UHt vuiK
n,p"' V 1,lc ''cher and Harry rierce
enmo Into collision In the ring of that
club. There- protnle.es tn be a comlint
' , .1 . "usl ,r " V!,".'.r"'
Down hy the sad sea "vavei U..' Wee
Harton and Andy Cortex will lo the
honors at lliisltr's Hocknway Club.
Iloiilinry in fight Attn In.
Packey Hommey against Joe .Moon, v
uid Kid Iltrrns against Johnny Clinton
will be the good card nt the Pioneer
S. C. to-morrow night, and a packed
house lu assured.
The most pretentious match of the
week ts that between Henny Leonard
nnd Frankle Conlfrcy at the Empire A.
C. Thursday night. No doubt tunny of
IrfOtv-ird's admirers will turn out to eee
their favorite after his knockout per-
iui in.inui 111 j'nu.iucipsim, where
I stopped tlie Quaker f.ivntlie, IMillo Me.
Andrew. So far as tin. bout between
iveonat.i nnu uonurry Is concerned It
does not aeein that Conlfrey has a lookm.
Tho Vnnderhlll A. C, will star llattllng
Lnhn and llattllng Miller Kild.iy iilrjlit
and also celebrate the tetitrn to the ring
of Hull Anderson, who will Joust with
Mike nibhong is geltlng so anxious for
a local bout that ho hatt offered tn light
Jimmy U'lluguii, thu Albany middle,
weight, on u petventaso ptoWdcd homo
responsible club Mtages the contest, (lib.
bona expects to mart Hast t.0011 for hi.
annual Invasion and Informs ull middle
weights to look to their laurels.
At the Hunt's Point Sporting Club to.
night Wllllo JncltHon of Tim Hionx win
box Allle Nack, former amatuuT clintn
plon, In the feature ten round exhibition
Four other leu round sctlos are sched
uled, IlantanwelRlitN nmko up the attrac
tion at tho Hailcm Sporting Club show
Friday night. In tho main bout K. i).
loggers will try conclusions with Muddy
Faulkcs. Hilly Fitxslmnioris und Darkey
drlffcn aro tlie others,
' BILLINGS BEATS HICKS.
IMdle Kid lllllltigu nutpnlutrd Young
Hicks in a hpltited ten round bout at Hi..
Clermont Itlnk. Hrookiyn, l.in hIkIii!
. ..... -..-nt ...ciKiun. Alllliiugll lllltl-
dlcapped by too many hnudlrb to hlH.,.iil niut.li m Sl.v.i.n.y i'i.uiitr liuti ies.
name, Hillings fought furiously, ulapnlnc today, fiuee Mr 1 1 utu n.ii.y h,i m.i,i,. d
Illoks wltli a left hook and tli'iklng I ",w.y dinner-he .i...m n..t f.ei the i...,
htm with a right cnm. ,h"lfc 5'. ih'""' ZVnX "'" "'uw' 10 ""
RACING GOES OUT
IN BLAZE OF GLORY
Nursery Handicnp Furnishes
Thrills for Get, Axtny Pny
Crowd nt Ilclmont.
In a blaie of glory racing In this State
closed for tho year yesterday afternoon
nt Uclmont I'urk track nnd the ,000 per
sons who wero in at the death were
unanimous that the day's races were at
good as any or tl year nnd that one of
the events, tho Nursery Handicap, fur
nished one of the greatest contesta they
had ever seen. So line a content was It
that veteran turfmen declared that "get-
away-day" of 1916 will llo in turf his-
I tory because of It.
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. 1 or ,x '"flongs four high class young.
sters ran abreast, nnd three of th
1 1 r01,tlca nlsh litis so closo together
I that only judges wero nblo to senarate
, th.. ..., ..,,., , .,
-Hornless waa declared tho winner, but
he was disqualified nnd first honors went
to It. T. Wilson, Jr.'s, bay colt Straight
i . .
iiio -nursery, which was nrst run firty
yearn ago, wus thn feature of tho pro
gramme. It was for two-yonr-olds, over
tho straight six fur-lorn.- course. Al
though moro than n hundred youngsters
had been nominated for It inly four went
to thu post. They were Hourless, Straight
l orwnrn, linrry Payne Whitney's Vivid
1 and S. L. P.irsons's Koh-I-Noor. Hour-
, . -- -
less was top weight. glrg nwny sixteen
pounds to Vivid, scyentcen to Koh-I-Noor
and twenty-two to Straight For
ward. HourlcsM was a pronounced fa
vorlto nt 1 to 1', Koh-I-Noor second
choice nt 9 to 2, Vivid third nt 5 to 1 and
Straight Forward the outsider.
Ilnurlesa Lours nt Start.
As the barrier went up all went nway
together. During the first spurt for posi
tions Hourlcs.1 w.ih knocked back a
length, but he picked this up and before
a sixteenth had been travelled nnd rang
ing alongside his opponents measured
strides with them. Each seemed to pos
sess tho same speed. Half n mile from
homo they wero so closo together no one
could tell which van l'i front. At the
flvc-clghtlis It was the name, livery one
present was cheering for his favorite, and
every one believed hH favorite would
win. "Soma onn must crack under that
pressure," was tho oiy that went up on
all sides. Hut no one cracked.
A i-lxtccntli of a mile front tho finish
nnd the rrxtilt was still In doubt. All
four wero together, not even heads apart.
So closely aligned were they that not a
head hor even a nose; poked out In fronL
Such a race had often beep painted, but
i ! If rvrr ?ctn. There were four
horses s weighted that no otio was bet
ter than tho other. Hut Just as such
weird remarkM as "It will ho a quadruple
dead heat" were murmured, llourlcs
crowded against Koh-I-Noor. which was
next tho rail and, fearing lio would go
over the fence. Jockey Davlea pulled tip.
With Koh-I-Noor out of the race the
other trio continued their struggle.
luilgea PleL llourleaa.
while they .l-,.,od forward the spec
t,OIh ,v,.m w.1,1 In thMr enthusiasm
Tl.,i. ...II...1 r.. tli. IP .,l..irl,..u ...... if.
PrnMSlv' ai.i1 m.iitn morn none than hIx
sine t it; th.y had ten their favo.
.. ,.,... ,l, ImleeM hi
lwa I'.lsl tne JUUge- III
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! .MtlmuBll pull.'.l U. Koh-Lnor IIP-
.... . , ' ..... ....
, "'T i." "h '..
scales ,i cl.ilni of foul was lodged
. iiKiilnst Huston, win rode llntuless. nnd
ultliout much delay tlie claim .ts ip-
Kor hever.il minutes nfler the r.tte
th- crowd w.i Mill bubbling over with
cuthuMasm. To a Mint majority of
those pr.ent It was tl.e greateet race
. 1 1 , . iui'i r... ........ it...... ....
I Walter S. Vosburslt for such excellent
, llf linn. Like a C'l..,...,.l..n.
. ' , ,. . ,
llwfii. Harry Payne W liltney s luuwn
, Mill 01 1 11.111. Mil
Poc!et started fn-
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.lie lll.-l lllll.' IMIIVU l'J ..I'll ,111- , ,Mllh
I took Suhcriptlon race eatly In the
1 M.rlng und perfnt mcl llkn .1 . liatnpl 'n.
canle.l IK. pounds over the straight
! c.mled IK. pounds over the straight
1 live nnd a half furlong conw and beat
Mnen IiIkIi .-lass youngi-tets In tmprt.
lie followed KIihI Hal'ot. the
pacemaker, until v. ell Into the Ml etch.
Then he came with tt ruth and scored
eas-lly by a length.
Mr. Ilclmont had 11 t'.t.l !.. lie
(tinted l-'erntock, Hjurlees und Tea
f.iddy and the licet lio got h.ik two
second pttrsei. llourleis was dl-.iiall-
lied. Tea Caddy was beaten lu the lust
1 raM by Pelt"itii.i nud ForuriH''. dl.l not
Jl.no (.Wlti'li III rpee.i iu oeai iiunson m
the fecond race.
l"lrt Han- Six futioiiasi l.iuzi. I'K
iMurphy), Ifi.'.o. !2 70 und 12 .11, won ;
Husy Joe. lot (Hr.)n), 32.(0 and 12.30.
eecimd, lt.iplds. 101 (Hon., I3.:'ti. third.
Time, 1:13 3-7. tipsy lll.tlr, .-.irdome,
Vnea, Ilusy Alice, I..ul uf L) Folly Con-
ni 11 i.Imi ran.
Second Iti.ee File nnd a half fiirlmigs.
tllr.l l.nr,. 11 ll.l I'.ltllel. Ik. 111., f 1,0 ..nil
' 13 70. won: I'olly ..illl.i. 112 (Teahanl. 121.39
i ..lid $10 JO. e.-iind, (JUeens 1'ittU. 112 lllar
mi., II. ihii. I Tun. 1 1" li. et. r Smith,
I 4 Whllo Stm kliies. F... hi. ni lilrl. l..idy
Mlehluin. (Ilii.t. Flashlight, r'nowdrlfl,
Twluklo Toe., t Until W.hle also ran
Thlid Huce ..in. mile i. ml cvT-nty
vards; .tune Mr.uth, ! i.Murph) lit.lc.
12 30 nud I'-' 3o, won. St ir Jasmine, 107
(I.npllle'. 12 20 and 12 10, niund, Klnx
ilnrlti. 102 ti'miperl. I2.00, third - Time
lt(2 1-5. dliiuul" trm k reeotd I lndo.
I.lice, Tok.1). Hob Hensley hIsu ran.
I'nurtb ll.u-e Six furious: Deliver, Its
(Mlirph)), I". 13 20 Hlld 12.50, noli Kin
ne. 111 lll.iriier). 13 nnd 12 SO, sen. ml
111,4.1 1 , ID., illrown). 1.1. third 'lime
1:13 2-1. Mil' Kt'in.i Mlklfill... Hlg Fellow
und SIsKr Susie nln ran.
Fifth llaer -Selling. Twii.yeiir-nl.ls. live
mid a half furious:. Fculile. 107 (.Mur
phy). i:.0 SO. I IU. :', S.l. 70, won. Jocular,
102 (ShllllllK), 13 ..0, 12 90. ni mi. I . tie.iriti.
(J. Love, 107 (Kiderlai. 14.40, third, Tlma
- l-.l'S 45. Feint, Hull Dun. Ion, Snawr, Dp
pnrtunlty, Wii'.dthnru, Dickhund and Min
nie Metier, also run.
SUth Ituie- Advance money sens
Purse. Thrre-ycar-.il. is mid up One mils
nnd a Miiart.r Amiilit (Ciilliihan),
117 to, ls.:i(. II '.'0, .eon, Inji. y, lor, (K-d
irl-l. II. II. eec.l.il, lliK'ker Hill. 112
iMlirphvl. J) Si), third iitlie.-2;08 3-S
liift lUfirre, J.iMh'.iie, Charle FrN.i.isnnd
Marjorlf D. iilsn ran
SeMiilh Itace I'urse, For Ihree-yeat-nlita
and up Six furtone Mars Cassld)
103 lTud.ir. f'.30. J 30, 12.70, won
lll.at.kl0 I'm, Ml (Lapalllei, M.-O, 13.40
ee.ond: Hklles Knob. 103 (Murphy), 13.70
third. Thru- 1:14, Hawthorn, Anna Kru
Icr. Dark Fh.war nnd llsninni nlsn ran.
tChlnn, Oraves nnd Anderson cntty.
lose i'Hrnl) .fit e Dinners.
With illnners for twei.tv IH a .. suk
A .1 lieard, pl.it lug with ,,.ni Kerrigan,
the profeeidiilit.!, .Iefenlt.1 l.niils llilstannl.t
..i,. ,1 win, T,,i MeV. ,...... ,n. ,..,