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Earl Hamilton, on Evi
GIANTS' STRING OF
Hamilton, in Final Game Prior
to Joining Colors, Beats
Champions, 4- to 2.
fpteiat Pttpatch to Tmi 8ci.
rirrntRi3, May 10. The. Glanta in
their runaway race for. the pennant of
the National League were checked here
to-day hy the I'lrates, who won a close
ml exciting contest by a score of 4 to 2.
It k.i the second defeat of the leaders
In the race since the season becan, and
It wan the second time the New Yorkers
haic been halted In their flight after
registering nine succeMive victories.
It no Iarry Cheny of Brooklyn who
inflicted the first defeat on the Olants,
and It was Karl Hamilton, whose re
tarn to top pitching form hu been the
sensation of the league, who recorded
the second defeat against the Polo
Hamilton, who held the OtanU to
four scattered hits, won hta sixth sue
celc game of the season and has
scored six of the ten victories credited
to the l'ltts&urg team.
The came this afternoon was the last
one Hn ml I tor will pitch In any league
until the conclusion of the war. for the
picat liurler has enlisted In the navy
Mid will leave to-morrow for the Mare
Island Navy Yard at San Francisco to
report for duty.
Says Farewell to Mates.
Therefore, the gratification of the fans
our the fine work of the pitcher was
tempered by the knowledge that he warn
lost to the team at a time when lie was
dome wonders on the mound and keep
Ins the I'lrates well up In the race. At
the close of the game Hamilton said
faiewell to his teammates and retired
from the club.
liube Benton pitched well enough to
win an ordinary game. With the excep
tion of one inning-, the ftrst, he was
quite effective. However, It waa In the
opening session that the Pirates cap
tured the game, for the Giants did not
get into the run making industry until
the lth, when they gathered two tallies
on a combination of nils and errors.
After that Hamilton settled down to
trad j- work, and the Giant batters were
Young opened the sixth section with
i lly to King and Kauff pushed a, high
one to the same territory, but King
muffed it. George Bums then con
tributed the best blow of the game on
the Giants' side, a whistling triple to left
centie, on which Kauff raced to the
Zimmerman pushed a siow grounder
at Hamilton, who was tardy In hand
ling the ball, and Burns, with a swift
rush and slide to the plate, beat the
throw to Schmidt. There waa smelt
doubt that had King kept away from
Kn tiff's fly and permitted Caton to take
It the side would have been out and
Hamilton have "been credited with shut
ting out the Giants for the Rrst time
Timely Hit Ufaslhct.
The Giants looked dangerous in tha
second Inning. After rtodrlgues , had'
retired on a foul fly and Fletcher bad
been' thrown out at first, Hoiks and
Rarlden drove out clean singles. But
tha hits went for naught, as Benton'a
grounder to McKechnle forced Holke at
third, thus putting the side out.
In the fourth' liming with one out,
P.odrlguei walked, but Fletcher hit Into
a double play.
Uosa Youns started auspiciously In
the first Inning with a clean aingle, but
th,e next three batters went out In a
Tlte batting rally staged by the
I'lrates in the, first w;as a severe strain
Caton opened with a single to right
a"! went to second when MoJlwits waa
t irown out at first by Benton. 8coops
t'arey came along' with a single to cen
tre and Caton romped to the plate,
'ienrge Burns, by a splendid atop of
Caey Stengel's vicious drive, turned
what looked like a triple Into a single,
Carey being held at second. .
Carey and Stengel then worked a dou-'
Me Heal, and when Cutshaw hit to Rod
rlpuei the ball was thrown wildly to
the plate, Carey scoring and Stengel
setting to third.
King's grounder forced Cutahaw at
second, but Stengel scored on the play.
HcKechnle added a single, but Schmidt
retired on a foul to Rarlden.
King's three-bagger to right and Mc
Kochnte's single gave the Pirates their
3ti.il run in the seventh.
Benton was relieved to give place to
Thorpe for a pinch hit In the eighth,
but nothing came of it. The score:
KZW YOIIK (N.) 1 PITTSBURO (N.)
Youns.rf .. 401 0 0 OlCaton.at.... 411 I O
KauS.rf . 41 0 0 olMollwtt t.lb 4 0 010 0 0
Rjrnilf .4111 0 OCarcy.cf.... 4 1 3 J SO
Znun.Sb.. 4 0 0 1 : 0 Stengel.rf.. It I ! 10
K'niM.Cb.. :00 1 : l!Cuthaw.:b 100 1 to
MK'irlr inn ft ftOKInr.lr Ill ! 01
tlirt j oo S 4 0 MeK'nie.3b. 0 J 1 10
Holkc'.b. 30111 : OSehmidt.c. 0O 0 0
lilrlrten c.. 30 1 7 00
iimin.p . : 0 0 1 3 ft!
Hamilton. p 100 I 2
riiorpe 1 0 0 0 0 01
1) 4 7 27 11 1
And.non.p 0 0 0 0 1 01
Tntalt -t . Jfilll
Ran r-i inr Rnriri.n-r. tn the ninth Innlnr,
'Datted for Benton In the eighth Inning.
v' York 00000100 02
rtttbarr joooooio x I
Three bav hits-Burn. Klnr. Stolen bssea
-Carer. Stenrel. Double plan Cirtshsw,
'""in ami Mollwiti; Stengel snd Mollwttz.
I--ft on liaspf New York. 5: Plttaburg, !.
t il h.ir on error New York. Hue on
)j.i.Off Hamilton. 1. Hita-Off Benton,
,7 T inninja: off Anderson. 1 In 1 Innlnr: off
"mi'.iou. In it innings. Struck out Hr
""'in 4. by Anderson. 1; by Hamilton. 4.
w-i, r pitcher-Hamilton, losing pltrtier-s-rton
HARVARD VS. YALE TO-DAY.
lri lllanla Will Meet In First
(in mt- of Baseball Serlrs.
fMRmncE, Mass., May 10. Harvard's
bni.eiiall team will meet Yale at Cam
Lricls. to-morrow Itvthe first of two
rames with a substitute In the place of
Larry Kvuns, left fielder, who sprained
tils ankle In the game with Camp Devens
Tho far t that candidates for the fourth
offirpi'H' training camps will not report
"t'l May 1.1 will enable Capt. Oros
and Outfielder Ward to play In the ,Yale
ANOTHER FOR HORACE HANK.
Hakrs Three In a korr by Beat
In K Wrataeld High, 11 ''to 8.
Hnraio Mann's baseball team yester-
miiflo It three straight by defeating
He WeMflcld High School nln of Nw
Je st Horace Mann field. The
"re waa 11 to 8. The feature of th
farre wa the playing and batting of
1arl,f, orace Mann's shortstop. The
' 0 e
n. if. b.
"?"r Wnn 1 0 0 1 0 6 1 3 X It J
"Ifli-lil . X. 000001 70 0 S 10 4
frui?,.!er nd Farrell: Burks and
M. (ieorge t'luu W resiling,
Kmrie, fnr the 149 pound amateur
;'linK tournament, to be. held In ths
si (.fnrjf'n flub Uymnsslum' on Saturday
'"Mot My II. will cloat on Monday
""' York '"'n' Kn eUUntb ,rt'
llsirlwu To.iUr. iiis'p. to. N,iT..Taaajat
! utroit, Pskrarouadtv in.
Big Baseball Owning
Over There' To morrow
Paris, May 10. The league of
baseball teams made up from
Anwriril? vrJ0U , branchta of the
rnmJ , 8ervlc In Franco has be
Iare,tht has been divided
A l l w . 8ectlSru' ' l clubs each,
can,! "0. ot th thlr,y te
SSifE.? of.men of the American ex-
been PreP". the season
will begin on Sunday.
The winner of each section wilt
SlVLfc 'JLr.'. f?r th6 Pnnant. The
terest In the practice games, and tha
2n,,n o' the "league" season will
popularlie baseball more than ever.
SOX WIN IN 11TH
Defeat Athletics, 5 to 8
Burns Hits Two Homers, One
a Record Brcnktr.
Philadelphia, Msy 10 (American).
rChlcago began Its Eastern trip to
day with an eleven Inning victory over
Philadelphia, 5 to 3. The White Sox
found Or egg for two runs In the eighth
and two more In the eleventh after he
had held them safe In the early stares.
With two out In the ftrst Inning, Wal
ker and Burns both hit home runs.
Burns's driva cleared the left field wall,
the, first time this hss been accomplished
In the history of Shlbe Park, which was
opened In 10. With Chicago leading.
2 to 1, In tha ninth. Bums got his sec
ond home run, a drive Into the left field
bleachera. Tha score:
CHICAGO (A.) IPHUjADELPHIA fA.l
...... sbrhoael sbrhoae
Lf Ibold.ef. nolo O'Jsmteten.rf boo 1 o o
Wearer., sill 10IKopp.lt 100 S 00
Riaberr.tb. (11 a I O'Wslktr.rf .. Ill I 1C
Jaeknon.lf. 4 si 5 oftiBurn.ih mi i i
J.Colllna.lb H117 1 0'osrdner.lh. too O 10
Munuur.rr in 1 o o Dtrldaon.Jb tot 3 oo
MrM'lln.Sb 4111 1 0Dun.... :00 1 11
Sehslkx... 4 0 3 4 Oo'Shannon.as. sot t 0
rsber.aT... 4 0ft O IO!Pert;ln.c... 401 1 : f
Osnfenh.p 000 0 00Gresr.p.... 401 3 10
Totals.. SI 610 M Total.. 4.' I J S3 IS 1
Chletro 100000A300 : s
Philadelphia.... ;ooooooo:o o 3
Two bM hit J. CoIIIna. Home ritna
Wtlker. Burn ;. flolen taf-J. Colltna.
MeMullin. Srhalk. Sacrlrl'-e bit Weaver,
Jarkaon. Murphr. ?acrl (! flj Leibold.
Ift on haff Chlcsrn. Phtlxlolphls.' .
Ptrat baae on error-chiraro. Bae on balls
-Off Oerr. 1. Kit Or? Faber. tn M
innlnr; oft iDanfortli. none In : M innlnta.
Struck out-Br Faber, l: by Orrrr. : by
Danforth. 1. Winning pitcher Danfortb.
RED S0Z WIN, 4 TO 1.
Slay Holds Browns lo Five lilts
and Boston Pounds Davenport.
Boston, May 10. (American) The
Red Sox broke ttj'elr losing etreak to
day by defeating St. Ixuls. 4 to 1. Mays
held the Browns' to five hits. Davenport
pitched the first five Innings for St.
Louis and was hit soundly. Shocker
pitched the last three Innings and gave
one hit. Ruth played left field for Bos
ton, but went hltless. The score:
ST. LOUIS (A.) I
art r h o s r
Tobln.ct. ..401.4 OOiHooper.rt.. 110 4 oo
Austin lb.. 413 0 :osnan.:b... 411 1 CO
Sltler.lb... 40011 0 ORtrunk.cf.. 301 1 00
Smllh.lf... 4 01 1 0 0 Ruth. If 100 0 00
Demmut.rl 10 1 o eo,Mctnnla lb. 10 1 o ;o
Oedeon.ib. 2 0 0 3 3 Ilob'lrl.lb.. SOtlt 00
N'maker.c. 100 : 0 Scott. .. .. 4 0 1 0 3 0
Oerber.at.. 3 00 :0Schanr.c. . 1114 00
D'port.p... 100 0 3 0;Maya.p Ill 3 4 0
Phooker.p. 1 v0
Hmdryx.. 10 0 0 0t Totalt... M 1137 14 0
"Batted tor Davenport In the sixth Innlnr.
St. Louis : 1 O 0 ft 0 O 0 O 0 t
Boaton - O O 2 0 I I 0 0 z-4
Two baae hlta Tobin. Dasimitt, Sbean.
Tbree. ba hit Schang. Stolen baae Aualin.
HIIm hlta 47rfrnn. llnnnr. Ahran. TWf
on ba M. 'Lonla, ; Boaton. 0. Baea .
?J) b,ilti9? tt"".!""?' : J Shocker, i.
Hits OR Davenport. t in 6 Inninta: off
Shoektr. ! In 3 innlns". Hit by pitcher
By Davenport. 1 (Hoblltiell. Struck ont
uy snocater. 2r oy ftiajt. i. uu pmn
Shocker. .Loalng pitcher Davenport.
LEAD; BEAT SENATORS
Hit Shaw and Harper Oppor
tunely Score la 8 to 2.
Washington, May 10 (American).
Opportune hitting at the expense of
Shaw and Harper .gave Cleveland an
8 to 2 victory to-day over Washington.
Coveleskie was effective with men on
the bases. With a storm approaching
the gam was called at the end of the
eighth Inning on, account of darkness.
The Indians retained the league lead.
CLEVELAND (A.) I WA8Hi:. TON (A.)
Chspm'n.aa 111 I O'Shotton.rf. 4 3 3 1 00
Turner.ao. six i nvn.i... -.v. v ,w
Spesksr.cf 4 31 4 00 Mllsn.cf... 301 1 00
Rrt"rf.... HI ooi.cota ooo o oc
WVisnas.3b 4 0 3 .0 tf4chulte.ef,. 101 3 00
wflunsMb 311 3 0Br.inka.lf... 400 1 00
WooSut:... J 00 2 0JudfS.lb.... 40310 10
O'Neill.c... 4 00 1 00'Morgan.3b. 300 1 1 1
C'leakie.p.. 110 1 1 0 Foater.Sb... 100 0 2 0
ICam.c 300 0 0
Ml 31 IllShaw.p 000 ft 30
IHarper.p . " 0 0 o 2 0
Icraft.p 100 1 10
I Totala... S3 3 8 34 11 1
Itsn for Milan In the aerenth Inninj-.
Wsshlngton o 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-3
r w. ,! rfeanman. Shotton. Ju1te.
Three baae hlta Speaker 3. Willlama, Roth.
itelVn b.t-Turnir. Roth Bam floe hlla
Tuttst. Wood. Chapman. Williams. Left on
h,-Clere)and, ; Wuahtntfon, . Haaea
SS bsTla-pff Shaw.' 1! off Harper ; I. Hlta-
off unaw. o in si- " '"""T.
Sailers Out for Revenge.
Ths Naval .Reserves nine, compoaad al
moat entirely of former Bronx aernl. pro
m!J; wi t taekls Billy Jordan'. Klnga
bridge tsam In a return game at Dyckmsn
Oval near the 10!th atreet aubwsy station
to.morroiv. Lat Sunday the sr era
eaten. : to 0. In a aplendld contest. Me.
oolllen. former Worctater pitcher, will
Jfltch agslnat the Heaerves.
aroreit ana one m u
per. In 3 3-3 Innlnn: oft Craft, none In 3
innlnga. Struck out-Br Shaw. 3; by Harper.
! br Craft. 1! by Coreleakle. I. Loaing
American and National League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Detroit, Bt New Tor. 3.
Boaton, 4 Bt. I.onla. 1.
Chicago. Bi Philadelphia. 3 111 lanlngu.
Cleveland. Bi Washington, 3 (called In
eighth oa aecoant of darkness).
Cleveland. . . .
GAMES. SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
mianttt la Wsw Yerk. I
IDtUOlt w , I
i ?U ' i.l.lrta.'
. t; -
Joining Navy, Halts Giants Veach s
Detroit Opens Eastern Invas
ion With Defeat of Lo
cals by 5 to 3.
By FltEDERICK . LIED.
Murderers' Row of the Yankees con
sists of quite an aggregation of slugging
gentlemen, but llughle Jennings, com
mander In chief of the Detroit Tigers,
wishes to remark, "My lads can rap that
ball a bit themselves." Will Donovsn,
now assistant to Ke-yah llughle, sec
onds the motion. "Yes, Ml say the
Tigers can hit, especially that Veach,"
commented Bill yesterday.
Veach et al. demonstrated quite Im
pressively that they can hit a little on
the Polo lawn yesterday. George Mo
grldge, who almost became a ship
builder, was the victim ot the demon
stration. George, of course learned
nothing new. During the last two years,
from personal experience and observa
tion, Mogrldge had an absolute convic
tion that Detroit can hit as hard as any
team, he ever saw. George also knows
that Veachf person as well as he knows
any batter In the league. There Is only
one thing Mogrldge didn't know about
Veach and that was his batting weak
ness. The Detrolts opened their first Kastern
Invasion by, spanking the Yankees. 5 to
3. D.'g Boh Veach did most of the
spanking. He shook a homer and two
singles out of his bat and personally car
ried In three of the Tiger tallies. About
1,000 persons, all hot up over the pros
pects of the Yanks going Into the lead.
Inspected tha Tigers and were much dis
tressed over the failure of "Murderers'
Row" to rome through with a ninth In
ning fusillade. Instead of doing any
climbing the Yanks retreated to fourth
place, but It remains a merry free for
all. In which a team will be up to-day
and down to-morrow.
' Tr Cokb Prove Easy.
Ty Cobb, ususlly the bright jewel ot
Jennings's outfield crest. Isn't as pert
a usual. Yesterday he produced one hit
in five times up, driving In a ,run. Even
Ty had to laugh at himself when In the
seventh Mogrldge tilled the bases by
walking Bush and Dressen and then re
tired Cobb on the first pitch for the
third out. Mogrldge also struck out
Tyrus In the fifth, find In the ninth,
agnlnst Love's pitching, Ty popped to
Raker on the hit and run and Bush was
doubled off second base.
Tt seemed like old times to see Rill
Donovan fussing around the plate with
"Umpy" Nallln. Bill has had a lot of
argument' with this same Nallln around
the rolo Grounds home plate during the
last few years, but It was the first time
that Bill tried to convince Nallln that
he erred In favoring the Yankees.
Georgle Dauss, the little Tiger pitcher,
held the Yankee thumpers pretty well
In check. He was stung for only seven
hiU and did not give any bases on balls.
In one Inning the "Row" raised a little
havoc. Baker slamming a homer and
Plpp a triple, but after that Dauss
Jammed the padlock back on the cell.
Bnah Big Aid to Dasaa.
Donle Bush rendered Dauss much
valuable services In forcing the Row to
keep the peace. When "rlrtt Mr a hot
grounder to the right of second base
Donle got It, and when Hannah knocked
one Into short left he got that too.
Veach started the Tlgeri on their
scoring ways In the second Inning when
he got In the entering wedge for a two
run attack. Bob slashed a hot single
off l'lpp's glove and rode home when
Heltrran laced a triple to deep right
centre. It was a big day for extra base
wallops. Hellman trotted home on
Young's martr fly to Bodte.
Detroit scored a third run In the third
Inning. With one out Donle Rush stung
a double to centre, took second on Dres-
fen's Infield out, and scored when Cobb
u,hed his only hit of the day to left.
The Yanks chopped two runs off the
Detroit lead In th fourth. After Peck
fanned, Baker drove out his second
home run of the season, a fierce smash
In the Ruth zone of the upper right field
stand. Young threw out Prutt, after
which Plpp gave Veach a dose of his
own medicine by making him chase
after a triple. Wally scored on a crora
between a wild pitch and passed ball.
Veach Scores Hnmrr.
Veach took the cue from Baker, and
In the sixth sent a homer Into the right
field stand, but Bob's homer fell down
stairs and lacked the vim of the famous
Ruth and Baker drives which hsve
lauded In the upper tier.
'Again It was Veach in the eighth.
He opened with a single to right, took
second on Hellman's out and scored on
Vltt's single to left.
With two out In their half of the same
frame the Yankees put .on a brief rally.
Gllhooley doubled to left and scored on
Peck's single to the same pasture. The
crowd appealed to Raker, but he tapped
softly to Dauss. The score:
DETROIT A.) I NEW YORK (A.)
ah r h o a e al r h o a
Buah.ss.... Ill 1 4 l'O'hooley.rf. 413 3 10
Dreaaen.lb. 10014 0 OlP'paush.ai. 101 1 01
Cobb.cf.... (0. -' OOlllaker.lb. . 411 1 3 0
Vearh.lf... 43.1 3 0 0 Pratt, lb.... 4 0 0 : 4 0
H'msn.rf.. 4 1 1 3 0 01Pipp,:b (1110 10
Vltt.3b... . 4 0 3 O 0 0 Bollf. If . 401 3.00
Younr.Jb.. 303 1 1 0'.Millcr.cf . 3 00 2 0 0
Yelle.c, ., 3 0ft ; 30 Hannah c. 301 3 10
Dauta.p. . 3 00 0 5 O'MosTlUie.p. ?0 0 1 4 0
I'HIah. . . 100 ft oo
Totali.. 13C 10 37 15 1IIxve.p, . 000 0 00
I Totala... 31 3 ;t: 13 1
Ratted for Momilje in the elhth inning,
Ttiu oui. nil uy own uauea Dan.
Detroit O31001OI rv-(,
New York . .0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 o-i
Two hi hlta Vitt, Gllhooley. Three lure
hlta Heilman. Rlpp. Home rum Baker.
Veath. Ssorlflee hlta Hecldnpauih. Yelle,
DreiMH. Sacrifice fly Young. Wouble playa
Gllhooley and Pecklnpaush: Hakr ami
Pratt. Ift on baara New York. 3: Detroit,
7. Firal ba on error New York. 1; De.
trolt. 1. Haaea on balla-Off Morrlrtir-. 3
mum. ureaaen. uautai; on l.ove. I lUuah),
paufhl. Wild pitch Dauaa. LoMnr plteher
MoiTKite. Earned rune-Ofr Dauta. :; off
MotTtdte. E. L'mptrea Meaara, Nallln and
F.yana. Tims of rame 1 hour an'l li min
utes. NATIONAL LKAGDK.
rittabnrr, -4 New York, 2.
Cincinnati, Bi HI, Louis, I.
Other teams not scheduled.
Won. Lost. P.C. Played, Won. Loit. p. c.
Vi H .600 New York so 18 k s .son
in a .ssi chirnuo in in Vn .tsj
7 .sot Pittsburg t in n ,oie
II 10 .334 Cincinnati S.I II is .47S
0 II .430 Philadelphia,.,, IS s M .421
H 10 .144 Brooklyn 10 7 12 .new
7 I .437 Kt. I.oull SI 7 II .TW
7 12 .368 Boston 10 B II ,S83
pitw iora in riuioirg.
VrMklTB In rl.r...ll .
' hlladlblal BI,Lo.li.-
Joe Jackson May Be Lost
to Sox in Next Draft Call
tptciat Deipatch to Tas Sum,
GREENVILLK, H. C, May 10.
Joo Jackson, slugging out
fielder of the Chicago Ameri
can Leasuo bassUall eluh. who waa
recently withdrawn from Class 4 of"
ine draft and placed In Claaa 1-A on
Government agenta appeal, to-day
was placed In the Hit for th new
draft of men to be called May 26
and June 1. The local exemption
board of Greenville, with whom
Jackson waa registered, ta-day filed
a telegram to him In car of the
Chicago club notifying htm to appear
before the nearest board and b
xamlned for the draft.
' Jackson's otder number with the
local board Is S4. This number haa
been passed In the call for men In
tho new draft. If the famous slug
ger passes the physical examination
he will in probability be called In
NOFA MOOMEE BEST
Imported Bitch Scores In Dog
Show at Park Avenue
Nofa Moomee, a little Jet black bitch
which landed In this country from Eng
land on Thursday, carried off premier
honors at th annual specialty show of
the' Brussels Griffon Club of America
held In the Park Avenue Hotel yester
day. She was adjudged best of the show
and put over more than fifty of the best
of her breed In America.
Nofa Moomee Is owned by Mrs. E. C.
Adler, an. English breeder, who Is now
In her home country. Mrs. Adler sent
Nofa here to be sold, but she Impressed
Miss Elsie Hydon, .the consignee, as be
ing too good to sell and was sent to the
Judges Instead of the sales ring. Nofa is
2 years old.
Miss Gertrude lister's PJerr of
Causeway, the wirmers dogs, was ad
Judged best of the opposite sex. Fifty
three dogs, the largest number of the
breed yet exhibited In this country, com
peted. Tho awards :
Limit Dogs, S pounds anil under Woe
bv Ml. K. l). lldon's Nofa Jnaeph: Mr.
i.aoig t.nrei Jr.'a Copthorne Butfua, arc
unu; vrar tirnneis t. .i or sunny
Umlt Dot: over 6 pounda Won by MLa
nertrude l,ter' fierrs of Cauaeway:
Mlsa Mtenart'a Refugee, second; Cidsr
Kennela' Cedar Pondle. third.
Umlt Doga. tniooth Won by Mra B. M.
Aaplnaall'a Bab . Knockwnod Kennela'
Knock ood Ronbln, nerond. No third.
Opan Dog. l pounda ani under Won
by Mra. R. Melvlll'a Chrrle; Mlaa T. Da
mon's (iroombrldsa Mouclie, aeiond; Mlaa
Elisabeth Rtan'a lllytle. third.
. Open Doga. over O pounda Won br Mra.
A. Wldraann a Rocky Top Oopthorne Caa
ller; Mra. Vernon Caatle'a Nofa Frank,
Open Doga. mooth Won by Mra. B. M.
Aaplnwall'a Baby; Cedar Ktnnala' Cedar
Winners Doga Won by Mlaa Oertrude
Leater'a Plarra of Cauaeway: Mra. R. Mel
vlll'a Charle. iicind.
Umlt Bltchaa. black Won by Mra. K. C.
Alder'a Sofa Moomee: Mra. Vernon Caatle'a
Sweets of m. Margaret, aecond; I'eapacton
Kennela' Park Flaca PHI. third.
Umlt Bltche smooth Won by Mra.
Albert tvldmaftn a ltoeKy iop reuii: Mrs.
Albert !lan'.ettr Cedar Amaton. second:
Peapactnn Kennela' Park Plaea Pill, third.
Open Bltchra, O pounda and under Won
by Mra Cara Huaaman'a Pol! Poll of flunny
mede: Mra. Alhert WMmann'e Jlocky Tp
Copihrone Dame Trot, aecond: Mra. Ben
H. Troop Nofa Katherine. third.
Open mtchea, oer U pounda Won by
Vri. rnon rnatle'a Swi'eta of St, Mar
garet; I'eapacton Kennela' Cnpthorne Mar
garet. aerond. Mra. Ban II. Troopa'a Diana
of KaaW, third.
Open ni!che. blnck Won by Mra. E. C,
Alder'a Nofa Moomee: Mra. Wmnn -iu,
Sneete of Pt. Margaret, aecond. No third.
jpen mir.-iea, amnotli Won by Cedar
Ivennelii' rdAr Pr n' Mv ir--- v ...
ond or third ' '
Wlnnera Hltrhea Won hv Mr. F.. C.
Alder'a Nofa Mnnm., Mr va-nnn r. .. i ...
Sweeta of St, Mariarei. reTe.
0LDFHXD Di AUTO RACE.
"arney Kilters llarkneas 10l Mile
Harney Oldfleld Is "coming back." The
dean of automobile race driver last
night telegraphed his entry for the
Harkneu Handicap to William H. Well
man, In charge of the race. The eent
will feature the big auto and aero meet
to be held nt the Sheepahead Bay Speed
way on Decoration Day. Barney, who is
at present In California, Insists this will
be his laat year In competition. He has
been In the game twenty years.
Darlo Rests. 1918 and 1917 speed king,
will decide to-day whether or not he
will enter. He will confer with the
Sheepshead official, to-day.
GROH'S HIT IN NINTH
Enables Reds to Finish in
Front by Score o S to 4. j
St, Louis, May 10. (National) A
single by Qroli In the ninth Inning tn- f
nay Fcoren wingo with tlio run that
gave Cincinnati a victory over St. I.ouls i
In a seesaw contest, 5 to 4. It was the
fourth game In as man days won In the
tart Inning. The score;
CINCINNATI tN.) I ST. LOWS N
iroh.Sb . 4'? 'nsnuth.rf .Hi 3 " 00 !
I.M.itee.:b 5 10 0 : 0 .1 Snillli.d. 5 00 ; ot
Itoiiati.rf,, 3;: 1 0 O'Halrrt.rt). 50 1 o 10
S.Meaee.lb (Oil: IOCrulae.lt , til DC
Orlffllh rf. 4 00 : 00 Piuletlf.lb, t 0 3 10 00
Neale.lf . 4 00 1 0 0 Pet heel . 00 a n 00
n'hnrne.aa. 4 0: 4 3 : G'jalea.tb 000 2 0 0
Wlnro.c 110 t ; llorn.hv a. 40; 3 so
Totvey.p, 2 00 0 5 0 Niehoff.Ib.. 1 00 3 4 0
S.Smltli . 1 00 0 OOSnyder.e . 401 : to
Vhnenler.p ooo o oo.me.i 4 12 0 4t
Conley.p,. 0 00 o 0 0
Totala.. iciii:; ill
Totals.. 34 3 :r it :i
Batte't for Toney In the elshth Innlnr.
tRsn for Paulette In the elahth Innlrr.
Cincinnati 0 o l o o o ft i I h
SI Louts 0001 V 001 ft-4
Two baae lilt S. -Ma tee. Three baa hit
Smyth. Ktolen baaea-Daird I. Griffith. Sac
rifice hlta Amytli. Conley. Double Plata
Wlnso and Oroh: Hornaby, Nlehoff ami Pau
lette: Dlackhiirnn and (iroh. I .eft on baeea
Cincinnati. 5; St. Iiula. . Kirat baae on
errnr-Cimlnnatl. Haaea on balla-Off Toney.
It off Schneider. 1! off Amea. 3. llltr Off
Tony. 9 In " inninta; off Conley, 1 In 3
Innlnta; off gihnliter. 1 (none out in rlzlith).
Strmk out Bt Toiuy. 4; by Amra. :. Win
N. Y. A. .'. 1IEET roil N II.OII. S
The New York Athletic Ciuh will
stage a set of athletic games for the
benefit of the sailors stationed nt the
Pelham Bay Naval Reserve Training
Station next Wednesday afternoon at
Pelham Ray, Besides the ten events
on the programme, there will be a boat
WIISl.EVAN .Ml.i:t oi'T IXIOX.
MiDPt.r.Tow.v, Conn.. May 10. Wes
leyan College baseball team nosed out
the Pnlon College nine In an Interesting
and close game here to-day. The score
mas S to 7,
Cubans Due Here To-day.
The L'ubn Ptara of Havana, niembera
of the Cuban National liaaebalt League,
will arrive here this afternoon for s iko
montha' tour of th country. Tne team,
managed by. Chacun., Havana's' leading
shortstop, r. Ill r-r.pt n ths tour st Dexter
Park to-morrow In.s game nith ths Ruah.
wicks, Th Alaska will play tht Buh
wicks' Is ths opil.
HOPTON, BREESE AND
Dogdom's Most Noted Judges
Placed Under Ban by Amer
ican Kennel Club.
Charles lloplon of this city, Vin
ton Breeie of Newark and George
Thomas of Boston, three of th most
prominent ludres In doedom. were
placed under the ban of the American
ttennel Club yesterday afternoon. Their
license to Judge were revoked by the
License Committee of the A. K. C. on
the ground that their conduct was un
becoming an A. K. C. official.
As each already has been engaged to
officiate at several Important shows the
suspensions will not begin until after all
engagements hav been fulfilled.
roe three Judges came to grief be
cause of out of town shows. Hopton's
trouble began In Philadelnhln nre'a
In Chicago nad Thomas's In Boston.
c-narges were preferred against the
three, and they were tried last Tuesday
afternoon. All three antteared Wore
the A. K. C. committee, and each made a
neniai, out the teitlmony of the wit
nesses against them was accepted.
Ilopton. Breese and Thomas not only
are known throughout this countrv, but
their expert knowledge of the doa- has
earned them International fame. Kach
nas judged In every section of this coun
try and CatlSlla. and Invnrlahlv triele
decisions have been well received.
iionton and Bieese were the judges
and Thomes the referee named to He.
clrte the best dog In the world at the
recent Westminster Show In Madison
Square Garden. On that occasion Hop
ton held out for Phantom of Ashcroft.
a little Pekingese belonging to Etbrldge
Clerry Snow, while Breese Insisted that
Haymarket Faultless, a beautiful bull
terrier, owned by R. It. Elliott, a Cana
dian exhibitor, waa beat. As a. result
of tha disagreement, Thomas was called
in to hand down the final decision.
Amid applause by one of the larsrest
crowds of fanciers that ever gathered
around a ring lnthe history of dojdom
ne awarded the coveted honor to the
After that show each toured the coun
try and each returned to his home with
the charges hanging over him.
Jt was learned on good authority yes
terday that one of the largest and most
prominent exhibitors of toy dogs In the
country will be haled before the A. K. C.
on charges of sending, one of his pets
Into a show ring while suffering from
distemper and that another noted Judge
will bo brought up on charges for vio
lating the A. 1C. C. rules.
PUBLIC OPPOSED TO
Col. Miller Drops Negotiations
for Willard-Fulton Contest.
Chicago, May 10. Col. J. C. Miller,
manager of the proposed heavyweight
championship fight between Jess Wll
lard and Fred Fulton on July4, to-night
called off the bout because he found
public sentiment opposed to tt.
Both Wlllard and Fulton have been
notified of his decision. Col Miller an
nounced. Wlllard. In a statement Is
sued to-night, declares that he will abide
bv Miller's decision. Fulton, who Is In
California, was notified by telegraph.
w I liar a in announcing his decision to
ahlilo by Miller's decision s.i that he
Ik ready to light any time public senti
ment Indicates that there should be a
chnmplonshlp battle. Ills statement fol
"At the solicitation of Col, Miller I
agreed to reenter the ring and defend
my title against Fred Fulton on July 4
I was tinder the Impression that the
public demanded that I fluht, so I con
senteii. Now, however. It xcems that
conditions have changed and that the
public ilocsn t want tne to battle. I have
placed the matter of matching me up to
Col. Miller entirely If he has called
off the bout I shall abide by his deci
sion." JOHNNY ERTLE KNOCKED OUT.
nenilered 1'ni'onselnaa by
man In Third Ituuml.
Milwaukee, Msy 10. nick landman,
bantamweight boxer of Ixickport, N. Y
to-night knocked out Johnny Krlle. St.
Paul, In the third round of a ten round
hint. In the first lound Loadman had
the advantage by landing terrific rlihts
to the stomach. In the third he drove a
stiff right lo the body and followed that
up with a Jolt to the Jaw. Krtle w.is
rendered unconscious and had to lie car
ried to his corner. He came lo several
I.oailman weighed In a I 1 1 3 j and
Krtle at 117 i.
YALE AND PENNSY
IN FINAL WORKOUTS
n m inc wf ciV tjMjra rr 151111
After Seeing Efis.
Pfiit.Aiiui PtliA, May 10 Yale and
Peim Ivanla eight oared fhell crews
had their final hard workouts to-day In
prrpar.tllon for the varsity and fresh-
I man races on tha Schuylkill River hero
' to-morrow afternoon. The Yal
varsity work while not so smooth as
that of the freshmen was iiowctftit and
they shot over the Henley course In
what was called "fast time.
"That Ik a fine otew," s.ild .loe
Wright, coach of the rcunyvanta oars
men, who followed tho New Haven men
up the river to show them the course,
The Pennsylvania creww took things a
little easier, as they arc in fine condition
and know the rourse thoroughly.
SERVICB MEN PLAY BALL,
Quartermasters Iteserve Corps
Nines Clash nt Governors Island.
Capt. Tripp's baseball team yesterday
defeated Lieut. Jones's nine at Governors
Island by a score of 7 to 4, Hoth nines
are members of llic Quartermasters Re
serve Corps stationed on Cloternors Isl
and. Haller did the pitching for the
winning team and Morris was Lieut.
Jones's choice. The score:
it 11 V..
Cant Tripp :::nnni-7io
Lieut, Jnnea 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 4 1
llatterlea Haller ami Nap; Morris anl
I'OSTPOXH IMTTSni'lll! HOLT.
I'lTTSRCnu, l'a May 10, The ten
round bout between Harry C.reh of
Pittsburg and "Soldier" Harttleld of
New York, scheduled to bo fought to
night at Forbes Field, the home of t' e
I'lltshurx National League ball club, I
was noetponed late to-day on account 1
of cold weather. It wbs announced the '
bout would be held to-morrow night,
II KIM 11 SCOT BM,I.T1.
IlRi.r.NA, Mon., May 10. Brownie
Murks, for years mascot of the Cincin
nati National fx: ague club, has been ac
cepted In the United States Army. He
waa ordered to-day to report to Camp
Travis, Ban Antonio,' -Tex, for what
service wsalnot stated.
Batting Enables Tigers to
HIGH UGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT
VKR the Henley course of one mile and five-sixteenths on the Schuyl.
I 1 kill Itlver at Philadelphia this
crews of Yale ond Pennsylvania will meet In their annual races,
In view of the success of the Quakers on the Severn and Lake Carnegie
there la every reason to believe that
of victims. Within the last veck Vale has lost "Weir and Robinson, two
cf Its best varsity men, whereas Penn's eight has been rowlnr together
since March and has perfected a stroke that to us seems Invincible at
any distance up to two miles. Wo do not believe the Ell varsity, at the
finish, will be nearer than two lengths to the Quakers.
Yale has the heavier crew, with an average of 172 pounda, aa against
1 for Penn. The Ells have an experienced stroke In Hyatt, and two
more veterans In Vail at No. 7 and Mead at No. 3. After having seen
Stroke Thomas of Penn make the pace against Columbia and Princeton
we feel that Hyatt will face a rather severe task, especially since some who
have watched him of late declare that Hyatt Is not rowing as smoothly
as ot yore.
Prof. Mather Abbott, coach of
a fair chance, but he Is highly optimistic over his freshman eight. This
combination, he declares, to be on a par with the good first year crews
or tne piping times of peace. The Ell
way, a Taft School lad. who weighs
ber that any man of that noundasra
past. To make up for his lack of
puns a mighty neat oar.
Both Crews Will
Contrary to recent report the
shells. The Undine Boat Club of Philadelphia some time ago offered Yale
the use of two shells, but Frank Holmes, the rigger, after examining tho
shells, sent word to New Haven that the Ells had better bring along their
own boats. And so they did. The races will be a meeting of the only
two exponents of the thole pin theory In this country, for the Ells, like
the Quakers, use the old fashioned clattering oarlocks In preference to tho
modern swivel locks. The thole pins
they came to Penn with Vivian Nickalls, Guy's brother.
The Yale-Pennsylvania regatta had the distinction of being the only
Intercollegiate rowing event contested last season. It came early In April,
on the Schuylkill, and the Ells took both the first and second varsities.
There waa no freshman race. On the eve of the regatta Nickalls made
his second varsity the first and Joe Wright of Penn followed suit. The
second vanities put up a rattling good race,- with the Ells winning by
only a few feet.
Harvard and Yale Meet
After a lapse of a year Harvard
competitions at Cambridge this afternoon. There Is no way of comparing
the two teams and the Issue appears an open one. Each already has de
feated Princeton. Harvard won from the Tigers by 8 to 7 and Yale by
"i to 3. In the Harvard-Princeton game the Crimson otithlt the Tigers
by ton to five, while In their tussle with the Ells the men from Old Nassau
took the hitting honors hy six to four.
Moore lasted the entire game ngainst Harvard, but against Yale he
was forced out. Erb and O'Kcefo pitched for Harvard against Princeton,
and It is likely that O'Keefo will start against Talcott this afternoon. The
Yale players fear Harvard less thHti
Princeton reported to be the worst it
To Play Penalty (iolf and Help the V. M. C. A.
The first tournament of the Metropolitan Advertisers Golf Association
will bo held at Areola on May 16. Many members have been Umbering up
for the pant few week4 and some record breaking scores are expected. There
will be three event.' a thlrty-slx hole medal play handicap, an eighteen
hole medal play handicap and a four ball medal play event.
In the morning round a novel scheme lias been devised to raise money
for the Y. M. C. A. This will consist of taxing a contestant 10 cents for
every stroke his net total Is In excess of par for the course. For example:
Par of course, 71: handicap, 10: total, M; ecore of player, 98: difference, 17.
The player would be required to pay 10 cents a stroke, or $1.70. It it
a certainty that every player Is going to do his best with such a penalty
hanging over his head. The prizes awarded In all the contests will consist
ot golf balls, bags, stockings and other useful things which every golfer
ha to buy. Winners will also be asked to buy War Savings Stamps or Lib
erty bonds to the value of prizes won. Other tournaments of the association
will be held ut Nassau In June, Ualtusrol In August and Apawamls In
Frank Bancroft, the Methuaaleh of Baseball.
Frank Bancroft, business manager of the Cincinnati club and the oldest
man actively connected with b3iebnll, wu. 72 years old last Thursday. Ban
croft has been In the game for forty years. He made his start in New
Bedford and before taking to baseball
Frank always has had a sene of humor. That's one of the reasons why
he Is going strong past seventy. One week he booked a tear compelling
affair In which a second Booth was
Booth Number Two informed
waa a threo piece orchestra he wod'.d not permit his company to play
New Bedfotd. Bauny promised to have tho required musical help on
hand, and when tho first night came
lone piano player. After the first act tho trasdlan rushed out to Bancroft
and shouted, "What's the Idea? You promised n.o a inrrt. piece, orchestra
ar.d you have only n third class piano player. Ye gods, a pluno player!
Whore nro the other two pieces?"
"I promised you three pieces" nnd you've got them," replied Banny
with a chuckle. "One piano player, one piano nnd one stool."
When John E. Madden Threw His Spikes Into a Conn!.
John K. Madden, the breeder of thoroughbreds. Is Intensely Interested
In the horse game, but his interest In baseball perhaps Is greater. He is
also enthusiastic over athletics, for be It known that in the early 'AOs
Madden was a sprinter of note. They tell a good story on Madden. While
training for a match ho was locuted nt Homer, Ontario. Toronto scouts
who had been watching him sent to England for a Sheffield handicap win
ner to beat the lad from Bethlehem, Pa. When this man arrived ho was
put to work In ft grocery store. Madden's friends saw him occasionally
and formed fuch a poor opinion of him that they conceded a yard when
the match was made. The result was never in doubt ufter the snap ot the
pistol. That evening Madden tossed Ills spiked shoes Into the Welland Canal
and went over to the horses. The next morning he purchased a carriage
pair for the New York market.
Ilefore Madden shipped an old lior.'e buyer told him to be on tho lookout
for the curb dealers, who mrtde a practice of getting the price of a Rood
horre or pair nnd mako a sale for about double the amount without Invest
ing a cent. In duo time Muddon and his horses arrived In Twenty-fourth
street. One of ills first callers was Dexter H. Ooff. While Madden wanted
only $S00 for the team he asked JJ.iiOO, and Ooff asked if tlicy were fast
trotters or high nctm-s. When Madden said they were neither Dexter B.
opened their mouths und looked long and earnestly down their throats.
Madden finally asked what lie was looking for, nnd Ooff replied: "Well,
vou tell me they are neither fast nor high actors, so I was looking to tee
if thpy were lined with gold."
HOMER BREAKS DEADLOCK.
Halnra'a Ilrlvr lilacs Weilejsn S
lu T Iclurr Oxer 1'nlon In Truth,
Sptdal IKipatch tn Tits Sf.
Mirini.F.Towv. Conn, May 10 Wcs-
leyan and I'ulon struggled for ten lip
nlngs for victory on Atulrus Field this I
afternoon, the game finally going to tne
him. team R to T. In the tenth wllh
no men out Haines with three balls mid
two striKes caueu on .....
. .. .... , i, ..i ..
home run and clinched the game
no r h o s ei
b r h o a e
n. . ,i. r. c n-'i.m'un il inn nn
rom aoii.iu " z"""t ' :r: .' 1
Iioote.c... I . I u . ujF nncncr.;u. s i i a i
Biteman.cfr.oi 1 0 0 Petalcy,v. 5 32 0 3 0
Watanu.lt 6114 2 I llanley.lb. . . 60 110 00
Curlier', . 4 00 1 ooiSuriiker.ef . 60.0 l !,.., . ..,,. ,..UH ., ,,, ..,
ffSeTA:: 2i5 S .Si.Kf.lKS:- Hll 4,'and fanned. The neat two men went
T'lniiih.. 32 1 3 1 1 Wittiier.c. . 611 7 11
WooUruH.P 5 00 0 1 0 Hllfllea.ri . 311 1 10
T...I. S7rolU,1,0,k,'P' 0,M '
Totala.. ...S1U0106 ".. ."T-.,.- ,
'.None out wnen winning run wan acoreu. ,
tvea'eyan . ,. Ol20flo:03t I .
t'nlou, . , 0 0 1 s o s o i o v i ,
To baio hlt-nateman. Home runs-Tom. I
llnaon Pearler. Usines Stoisn bsnea-W.l. '
aon. Fsnrher. Msllory 1 1tigl.es .Sacrlflie h a
-Curl a. Woodruff 2. na nea. Baaea on balls '
-Ofl Womlruff. 7i off Hushes. :, (.truck out ,
Hv Woodrufl. 10: by Huxhea. 6. lilt by
pitcher- lly Huthea (Doolei: hy Woodruff
(Jamleaon) Time of tmr 2 houra and 11
minutes. Uniplr-Mr. Rorly.
T. .IIIRKI'll III VS t.'ATrilKIU
. . . 1
rT. Joseph, ,Mo., tMIt) in. jonn Menn- ;
wits, catcher, has been purchased from
the coiumnua American Association team
by the St. Joseph. Western League club. ,
to teport at once,
Pitching Duel Kipecled. '
A pitching due) la expected to-morrow
m iiimyi!- r i--iu, ,-niii .urn mm rum
ariiur, iirir i.iiiiaiiis anil hick lieu.
ding will face each other on th" firing Una
In ths aecond gam of a double bill be
isecn Hit Lincoln illanta and Itovnl
Olants. Redding for many years waa on
nttJfl malnatss of tha I.lncolns. Both
nrnvrnted ktgh among th Eastern aeml-prs
afternoon the varsity and freshman
they will add the Ella to their list
the Ell crews, thinks his varsity has
freshman crew is stroked by Hemlng
only 143 oounds. We do not remenv
ever rowed In anv Ell crew of the
heft Hemingway has a head, and he
Use Thole Pins.
Tale crews will not row In borrowed
came to Yale with Guy Nickalls, and
on Diamond To-day.
and Yale will reaume their baseball
they do the Harvard diamond, which
ever had played on.
waa manager of the opera house.
tho whole works.
Bancroft In advance that utiles. there
Booth Number Two was greeted by a
SET0N HALL BEATS BROWN.
Jersey llns Ox em helm I'rox lilrni-r
I'nllralnns, It In 1 ,
Pptaat lift patch to TKr. St"
N'KWAiiK, N .1, May 10 Srton Hall
went on a batting rampage yestrrdaj nt
South Orange anil beat Hroun I'nhei
slty by the overwhelming score of 14
to I. Yin Haley, star pitcher of Si-ton
Hall, pitched an effecthe game. The
flVl lttn Kave wete well scattered
I llrlok. who started for Hrown. won
knocked out In the first Inning, Mathews,
who relieved him, was Just as bad. The
third pitcher, Dennlron, held Scton Hall
Hrown had a chance to score In the
.i.ti, innlne with three on base nml none
out on easy pop nies, The score ;
SETON IHI.L HROWV
.'rl' oae abrhoae
ChPU a 5 ! 2 1 2 I'McKay cf 610 i no
n.ii linn il. , . 'i - i in ri,,,
6 (i i 2 11
5 0 1 I to
4 0 1 12 0 1
1)0, fl) , fnuiicr'b
Fleijer.c 6 2 2 7 0 O'Weeli.llj" !
J irnan.ir 122 1 o oara de Jl
4 n i
v5"rr.,ulb' ? ? 1 V J V"""' ;" ,- : 0 0 " " "
Crn,.;h- t JYr'!r'- "? ?
J dlon f. . .1 0 no Mafulre.c . 30o 0 Do
i'""'I' ' J'1 SI" "
I'owera.p .. 100 2 0 n Mslhe ws.p. 300 t , 0
Denniaon.n 100 1 in
Tolsli, 40 11 16 27 13 :l
I Totals. . 36 1 6 21 12 4
Seton Hall .. 7 o 0 1 0 0 0 x-14
Two baie hit lioe, Hlta-Off Haler. S; off
iincK. J on Maini. : on iirnuison. 2.
stolen hiaea -rieiser. Grant DnnbU iilay
Mathena end Weeks Pan, on hal,-brf
J "''-V "' i ' ' '" ";"",;';,:; i. VI
ViMhew!.' 1; b lnnison, 1. Uinp.re-.vir
( oluinnin I'lsyn llrunn.
Cnlumhla li pine In (hit rime :ili
tnn urnn nine on .oum rieia tmn nrter
noon. Louch (oaklets leam Nhoed m.
nrovamem lait week, particularly In the
Cornell game. There will be aeieral
change from the regular lineup to-day.
llauck will be shifted from third base to
aacond and Htlrkel, a nw man on the
Hlue and White m. will play third bass.
Farrell will pltcujor Columbia.
GARTER VICTOR IN I
CHASE AT PIMLICO
Leads From Start to Finish aniT
Hewards Backers at llnto
of .$86.40 to $2.
tptciat Dmpoteh to Tsa Scv.
BAt.TiMortB, Md, May 10. The I.lnV
stead Steeplechase over the short .two
mile course was the feature of the rac-
Ing at tho Plmllco track thla afternoon.
It went to the aged chestnut gelding
Garter, owned by the Triple crowrv
Stable, with New Haven second aud
Saturn third. '
The event was the only stake on ths'
programme, and although four of thu
ten contestants fell the contest wns a'
good one. Garter ran to hts best form.
He went Into tho lead at the first jump
and never was headed. At the end he
waa fourth, lengths ahead of New'.
Haven, which waa a similar distance In
front of Saturn.
Kmerald Isle, nhomb, Frljolee and
Moonlight II. were the four which cams
a cropper early In the race. t
Garter had few supporters and was,
the long shot of the day. He paid the
big price of 186.40 In the pari mutuels.
The juvenile event at four and a half,
furlongs was won by Kdward H. Mri
Lean's black filly In the un. She was
hustled along nil the wnv bv Jockey
O'Brien and outgamed Mllda In a drlvet
through the stretch. The summaries:.,,
Flrat Itace Two.yesr.olda; maldena
jelling; purae i;oo; four nnrt x half fur
ionga: In the Sun. 107 (O'Brien), lls.m,
I. .10 and 11.90, won; Mllda, 107 (Itobtn
aon), l.:o and !.0, aacond: Marie Con-'
nell. 102 (Knaor). 14.10, third. Time;!
0t5. Maramon. Plnard. Indonla, Cjra
W.. Utills and Old Bill Bender alao ran. ,
Second Race Three-yesr-olda; rlalnf
ing; purae 11,000; eljc furlongs: MaM
Mouae, 107 (Kummer), 17.20. 4.S0 and..
II. 60. on: Cavan Hoy. 112 tfluxtoni.'
118.10 and 17.40. aecond; Poacher, lor,
(Lyke), I3.S0. third. Time. 1:11. Amac
kaaeln, Peerieas One, Jule, Approval,
Starry Banner. Kate Olenn. Ben Onw,
Kpeedatsr, Alt Vealna and Rhadamea also
Third nace Hteeplechaae. three-yesr-v
olds and upward; to mllea: Garter. 144
(Horning), ll.40, IIS. SO nnd IIS. 10. won;
New Hsven. 1S4 (McCluakey), 1S.70 and
11.60, second: Datum. Ill (dreenl. 114. TO,'
third. Time, 3:6, Hmerald lain :d,
Rhomb, High Vler, Huplfa, Itacebrook,
Moonlight 2d and Frljolee alan ran.
Fourth Race Thrce-year-olda nnd up-''
ward; claiming; handicap: purav.HOO; nnn
mlln: Wnukeag, 106 (l.ikci, 122.90. IJ.3)
and 15.10. won; Kllttergold, 120 (Robin
aon), 14.20 nnd 13.30, aecond: Tolroina.
113 (Stalkerl, 11.20. third. Time. 1:42.'
Harry Shannon. Firing l.lne, Pullux, Bar.
of Phoenix, Tokay and Cobalt laa also
FlfMt Race Four. year-old nnd unwarrt:
selling: purae 100; mile nnd n eKteentht
Ilomn Beet Home, 1 1 a (Unllanan), Is.ll,
14.10 nnd 13.50, won: Drrlah, 113 (Uilr
ton), 111,60 nnd 16.60. second. Fairly. 11(V
(?neldmanl. 113.20. third. Time. i:43-r,.'
Conflnsrntlon, Caro Nome. Stir Up, Petu
lua. Cape. Ray, Kelm. Ringdove, Boxer,
Noureddln, Holdler and Great Dolly alao
Sixth Race The Furcat Park: clnlmlng;
three-year-olda nnd upnnrd, pur
1700. one mile: I.ingden, 111 (Knsnr),
I1S.40, 16.60 nnd 11.30. won: Judge Wlng
neld. 117 (Kummer), 13.70 nnd 12.90. sec.
ond, Amalgamator. 114 (Stalker), 11.60,
third. Time. 1 :42 3-3. Monocacv. Sleepy
Sam. Coral, Supermaid. Crepuacule and N.
K. item man ran.
Seventh Race Four-year-olds and ur
ward: eelllng: purae 1700; one mile nnd sT
alxteenth: Say, 116 iltnhlnaon). 116.30,
17.40 and 16.30, won: Daybreak. 106 II.ric
aon). 121.90 nnd 112.76. second: J. Jif.
Miller. 115 (Domlnlck). i.30. third. Tlmep
1:50. Sllkblrd, Kfmont, Ulnry Belle. Dun
dreary, t'hnrlea Frsncla, lleaa. Precise
Clark 'M., Herenati and Tootalo alao ran.
WAR CLOUD FAVORITE'
FOR KENTUCKY DERBY
Macomber's Colt Looks Best,
Ten 3-Year-Olds to Start. -
I.ortsviM.c. Ky, May I". Ten of ths
best three-year-olds on the American'
turf, the pick of seventy nomination,
are carded to go to the post to-morrow.
at Churchill Down' 111 ths forty-fourth',
renewal of the historic Kentucky Derby,
now the oldet claf-nlc In the world sine
tho suspension of racing lat year In
England. Tho race is at a mile and a
riuarter and is north approximately 120,-
Of the ten entrants nine nro colts, tha
only filly being Yla. America, and she Is,
regarded as a doubtful Muiter. All will.
arry 117 rounds except viva America,
with 112 nnd Kxtermlnatnr with 111 tip.
Kxtermlnator aii substituted to-day
by his owner, Willis Sharp Kilmer, for
Sun Hrlar, which wn withdrawn. Sun
Briar made a disappointing showing In
his training and In one start at Lexing
ton finished in the ruck.
A. K. MaCbmber's War ('loud will
probably rule favorite, with K. I. Alex
ander's Kscoha second choice. Scwell'
Combs, J.ucky ft, American I'agU; and
Viva America, If she hlart. will an come
In fnr a heavy play. .Inmen T, Clark,
Auntm, Jim Ilefferlng and Kxtermlnator,'
the other entrants, however, will recfll,
attention from the public War Clour
worked . niilt- mid n uuarter In prepara
tion for the ccnt in the fant time of
F0BDHAM WINS ON COURTS.
Takes Unix- (run Into 1'ainp In
Worcester, ." to I,
Wor.crsTnt, Mas . May 10. Fnrdham
tennii team defeated Holy Cro tills
afternoon on the I'urple's iourt., 7, to 1,
rnrdluni won all of the four Mnglea'
and took one o' the doubles Holy Cro
ncquet team took one of the doubles
Tint Race- T n-vcm -o1.!
four and half furim Or Wewnkn,
in -1 in r 7. 111. in:. ij i'ninmainir. ill.
Penrose, 104 3ir llenu 112, Sweeplet..
104. Ill l r (ill. 101: 1. A Dwlna,
Imp. 101 Kld-n .Mi-Mrlde, Imp, 107.
Aguea Cook. Si S (dl Potomac itablii'
second Race- Selling Handicap, (hree-year-ohU
nne mile (V)- Colueei Valn.
line, lot. tiotdeii Oic., M; Shad.-. 9S,"
l.rey Katie, Imp, 166, llnppv Vnlle,
106; Yalipar. bt. (iotilln, 100, I'roducar,
Imp, 108. llniKii llfirle. Imp,
Third Racr -The (ireen Sprlns Yslley
Pteeptechflae Handlinp. four ear-oldM
ami upward luo mtleit, (Jki -fit Churl
coie, 157, The Drool.. Imp. 142: Fiur
Mini. Imp. Ill Sun K'nir, '15 (hi Ret,
111 IM Colrteong. Ill Sl.ier Hurt Imp.
153. (c K.irh l.lKlil. 13 "-i SU.j l"nur,
13T; (d) Vapt Pan. 131. eh Itoliert
Oliver. Hi, I .ilelr n .tn ir, Imp, Ml.
le) ll'nnhe. luO. in .Melnflmmn. 131.
Rrcntueoil, 147. Cvnonur., 132 Trumpe
ter, 142. Archdale, '42 i n Ceo entri
t)u l. entn
Four.h llnre- Th- H.Ue.ler- Handicap:
Mre..Sear old, mul upnar.l one mile ami'
a nlxtcenth mi -The I'nriei 106 l.adv
?,oroVi 94 . Man MnuV Imn! J; h,.(
ici Mom entr). 'tl' l'nrr entry. (e)
Ipldore. t:,. iti I'nrie iirni. iot. itnni.
age, lflit, Hnulierk. 116. Nnicrafker, Imp,
!. Sunn Slope, ;,'i (f, inmroch, 1 1 0 ;
(g) llorro". III. ig) .lohnren. imp. r'l
(h) King Neptune, 103. 1I11 3ieep I'p
2d. 97 (fl ln entiv. igl Whitney
entry (In TMee enirj
Fifth Race The i:'idy llandlrapr'
three.) eflr-olds and uphiiI .'v furlong
(111 Aaxunie, 110. Hr .lohiion in
(Ul I.eoi hnre. 121 Ttie Purler lnr
Charlie l.ejiieiker '05. lirlrrieM, no ii,
.laphet 96. Tci iildi. 10. Cui,,ri, imp,
96, r.iplauilll 91, Vehrankii. PH. Tumtler,
110 Ik) Ml I. Mill eiilrl
Sixth Itaie The .lilliln-- Pc-.e l-n-
yedr-olda flic furlohKi 1'., 4 ( iltit,
112 Htar ricn 111. 1'2 Hrik tl. .Su.ui,
112 HI" llter to
Seventh Have - The ('nunlrx ("lull Kin.
dlcap aelllng: three. cr old nd un.ird ;
one mile ami sixty ard, ( Ci- lianicuM 1,-.
101; Water l.mly, 103, Ftncrr, loo.
Woodtrap, ill, uholus, ill; WukfnB,
Apprentice allowanco cljlmcj.
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