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THE ' SUN WEfiESDAY, ' TOVEMBEt ' 5f
iDempsey to Receive $125,000 to 'Meet Beckett, English Champion, in New Orleans on St. Patrick's Day
DUNDEE KNOCKS OUT
- TDOHEY IN FIFTH
Deforce Stops Bout In Newark
Arhiory After Victim Is
BENJAMIN EASILY WINS
Mnkcs Auspicious Debut by
gcr Beats Dxummie.
By CHAniiBS F. JfATHIIONi
jjohnny Dundee knocked out Tommy
Tubhey In the nfth round of a jme'e
taeular fight at the Newark Sports
men Club last night In the presence
of a throng that Jamried the Fourth
Tteglment Armory. 'Vho red-topped
thumper from Paterson was staggering
about the ring after the second knock
down and there were only five seconds
togo when ltofcree Lewis stopped the
battle and sent the weaker man to his
corner. Tuohey made a desperate fight
and held Dundee even lirfho first four
Dundee was Incllrlcd to make the bout
a "boxing match, but Tuohey declined to
proceed on that basis nnd began shoot
ing out rights and lefts at the Italian
In. a menacing manner. As 1 result of
his aggressiveness Tuohey made the
Opening round nn even one, although
neither had warmed to his work.
'.Dundee captured the second round by
nn exhibition of cleverness that baffled
the Paterson puncher. Tuohey cut loose
In" the third and, forcing Dundee all
about the ring, exchanged vicious blows
with him and had the better of the
Tuohey pursued the same aggressive
tactics In the fourth round but Dun
dee woko up and gave blow for blow.
They battled all over the rtns and by
their thrilling work brought the spec
tators to their feet yelling with excite
uohey's supporters were In a rrenry
of" delight over the fine showing he
was making, and when he camo up
In the , fifth round the red head tor
nado was urged to go In and finish the
Italian, as up to this round honors were
pretty evenly divided up.
Tuohey tried to ioiiow meir uuv.ee,
111 wn riolncr verv well till about
and was doing very well till obout
tka mMi. of th. rnnnil when ha cot
rr '" :
a -CUP on tne cnin irom a ngni upt-
cut that sent him reeling In a dazed
fnmlltlnn. Dundee was alter mm line
'panther, and applied heavy mows to
the Jaw and face.
Tnohepr In Floored.
Tuohey was now staggering and
hardly able to hold up his hands, and
'right to the chin dropped him for
the count of, six. When he unsteadily
arose Dundee gave him a broadside of
heavy clouts that once more pent him
to the canvas. Game to the core,
Tuohey got on his feet and tried to
fight, but It was evident he was done,
an the referee's action In stopping the
laughter generally was approved.
The giant -throng that packed the
Armory saw three sizzling contests In
the ring and heard a lot of election re
turns that aroused enthusiasm. In ad
dition to seeing Dundee stop Tuohey tho
spectators saw Joe Benjamin, tbe much
heralded lightweight of the Faclflc
Coast, make, nn ausplcuous Eastern
debut by drubbing Joe Welling; then
saw Benny Valger, a candidate for
featherweight honors, thrash Johnny
Drummle, the lightweight champion of
.Benjamin Outclasses Welling.
Joe Benjamin, tho coast lightweight,
tnide good his claim to a position in the
first fllgHt of the division by dealing
otjt an artistic drubbing to Joe Welling,
a,veteran contender for the honors of
thb class. Benjamin not only outboxed
arid outhlt Welling, but on three occa
sions the San Franciscan staggered
Welling with crashing rights to the Jaw,
leaving the former sajlor In distress.
Twice the bell came to Welllngs relief
In the nick of time, for a, few' more
blows" to the Jaw would have brought
ttiV older mandown. Welling showed
atllsposltlon to hold when the pace got
too hot, and thus avoided many solid
Twice the bell came to Welllng"s re
lief In the nick of time, for a few more
blows to the Jaw would have brought
the older man down. Welling showed a
disposition to hold when the pace got too
hot, and thus avoided many solid blows
JBenJamln had the better of every
round up to the seventh, when the vet
eran awoke and by a series of body
blows slowed the coast boy to a walk.
fBtit Benjamin came back strung In the
eighth and won handily. Benjamin will
have to be considered by all the light
weight clan. Welling weighed 137 and
Tho feature of Benjamin's work was
hia straight left to the face and a snappy
right to the Jaw. The Callfornlan also
proved he could take a punishing and
quickly recover from Its effects.
Vnlfrer Trounces Drnmmle.
Benny Valger, who has been annoylni
Johnnv Kllbane with challenges for J
, title fight. Increased tho validity of his
claim for recognition by the champion
by giving Johnny Drummle, the light
Weight champion of New Jersey, one of
the severest trounclnga that young man
ever received, valger tried hard to add
one to his list of knockouts, but Drum-
mta'has a pair of nimble feet nnd when
sltuitlnna arose that boded danger he
sprinted to safety.
It looked as though Drummle would
ho finished In the seventh round when
Valger landed a right to. Drummle's Jaw
that staggered him. It required great
activity on the part of Drummle to
avoid a knockout.
'"Drummle took a terrific beating in the
Soldier IlartMeld Wild.
,oldler Bartfleld and Angle Ratner
put up the moat disappointing bout of
the night It was a combination boxing
apd wrestling bout, with the tactics of
grapplers predominating.' Bartfleld, al
ways a wild, boisterous performer,
waged an uproarious combat. He nearly
,,, .i. . . v. nve, wnue Aiiair never was nDie to col-
one, of his wfid lil. nnfi " t0 lan?!'t more than three In succession. In
Bartnem was unsuccessful for thm ' ,he pocket bllllard George
mfrt ' huToves'Tanmn"' iI ! ?5"0 '' ow Ben Howe. SO
ropes or the referee, Henry Lewis of
Newark. The official was.a glutton for
rones or the refare. TWv t "
Th only semblance of boxing during
thfl eight rounds waa furnished by nat
tier, but his work was mediocre In the
Mttreme. While Ratner was entitled to
the verdict It was not greatly to his
credit. During the sixth round Bart
fleld made a left swing at Ratner, missed
by a foot, went careenJn-1- against the
ropes, tumbled in a heap and turned his
left ankle so that ho limped when he
Vei. . ,w arnea the nrst two
TL?tr?JV thf .B,trtneld the eventl and
Ratner th eighth,
While Bartfleld earned the first two
Dempiey Agrees to Box
Beckett in New Orleans
OBILE, Nov. 4. Jack Demp-
sey, world's heavyweight
champion, signed an agree-
Scot to-night to box Joe Beckett, the
ngltsh heavyweight champion. In
New Orleans on March 17. Tbe an
nouncement was made by Domlnlck
Tortorlch, New Orleans fight pro
moter. Tho bout Is conditional on
Beckett winning his forthcoming fight
with Georges Carpentler, the French
The bout will be for twenty rounds
and Dempsey, Tortorlch announced,
will receive $125,000 as his share.
The champion affixed his signature
to a contract; after a conference be
tween Jack Kearns, his manager, and
Tortorlch. Dempsey quickly assented
to the conditions and purse following
tho agreement between , Kearns and
Beckett will meet Carpentler next
month. Tortorlch said that should
jjvimer win, no wuuiu instruct iuol.
representative In London to attempt:
to sign a contract Immediately for
the French champion to meet Demp
sey. CRESCENT SOCCERS
TIE STATEN ISLAND
In Spirited Game Are Dead
locked, 1 to'l Patersons De
feat New York F. 0.
Meeting- In a .championship fixture of
the Field Club Soccer League on the
Krounds ot the Crescent Athletic .42Iub at
Hay Ridge the elevens of the Crescent
A. C. and Staten Island Football Club
battled for an hour and'twenty minutes
to a tie yesterday. Each side scored one
Fifteen minutes from the start Mcs
slngcr. Inside left on the home team,
took a pass from Waters on the right
and drove the ball Into Staten Island's
net. The visitors were quick to respond.
They evened the score five minutes later
when Ilae cleared partially and Menxles
got possession of the ball and shot the
goal that deprived the Brodklynlt?s of
victory. The lineup:
Crescent A. C, (1) Staten Island (1)
Graham Goal Markham
Ilia R t r M baric Dewhlrat
Cherlwopd Left back Slndall
. O'nourkk Right half Kentish
llanch Centre half
. . .Banning
Humphreys.... . Left half Klstler
j Titus Outside right Kaufman
: waters msiae ngni . ..Mavenacron
Van der Wolf. ... Centre McWhlnnle
Metslnccr Inside left Menslea
rhllllp Outside left . . . .McPherson
Referee a. Caldlcott. Linesmen Messrs.
Pe Baum and narloiv. Goals Messlnger.
Crescent A. C. ; Meniles. Staten Island.
Time Halves of 40 minutes,
The Paterson Football Club' beat the
Now York Club at Lenox Oval yesterday
by 2 goals, to 1., Midway In the .first
half a long drive by Vandeweghe gave
Paterson the lead, which was maintained
up 'to half time. '
t In the midst of a spirited bombard
ment of Paterson Blelch, New York's
centre forward, equalized tho score.
With ten minute's to go the Jersey men
engineered a breakaway and Brown, fol
lowing up well on the left wing, shot the
winning point for Paterson. The lineup :
New York (1). Paterson (I).
porter. . . . ,
Durt y.. ..
..night back Todd
.. Left hack Broadhent
..Right half Newman
, . Centre half . t.Yandeweghe
. . Lett half . . . .Meyerdlrks
Outside right Duran
. Inside right Cooper
... Centre Horan
Inside left Hhaw
. Outside left ..: Brown
TOefer.e A. Robertson. Linesmen Cal
lahan and White. Goals Vandeweghe,
Brown (Paterson) r Blelch (New York).
Time Halves of 4S minutes.
PARKWAY TROTTING MEET.
Ltxale March Carries Oft Feature
Three races made up the Election Day
matinee of the Parkway Club In Brook
lyn yesterday. Lizzie March, driven by
John Lawrence, bent Silver Maicli In
straight heats in the.day'B feature. Liz
zie March won both miles in 2:13H.
Burdale, James Shevlln's fast four-year-old
colt, won easily In 2 :J7 over
Harvest Maid arfQ Blngen Worthy. The
Llasle March, ch. m. (J. Lawrence).. 1 1
Sliver March, bk. r. J. White) ! 2
Time i:UV4. I:1IU.
Little Bandsman, b. e. (W. Haleted).. I 1
Jim Becker, bk. c, (P. Hurley) 2 :
Time 2: U. 3:23.
Burdale, b. c F. Hurley)
Harvest Maid, b. f. (W. Halsted)...
Blngen Worthy, b. c. (A. Warner)..
SACC0MAN FIRST HOME.
'-ant A. C. Itnnd
John Saccomui ; .St. Francis Cath
olic Union yesterday led home, the field
of eleven starters In the five mile Invi
tation road race of the Pennant' Ath
letic Club over the club's regular course
In The Bronx.- Sarcoman won the event
by fifty yards over J.' Home of the
Bronx Church House. S. Mazzlo, a
teammate of the winner, finished third.
Saccoman was timed In 21 minutes 25
seconds. The order of finish:
Pot. Name and Club. Time.
1 J. itaccoman, St. Francis C. U.... 21:25
Homo, uroni cnurcn Mouse... ,22:0s
3 8. Mastlo, St. Francis C. U..
4 IV. Meahan, Ponnant A. C.
5 J. Hots, Pennant A. C.v. ....
0 -J. Kurtso, Pennant A. O.....
7 J. Nydlgger, Pennant A. C.
8 H. Ellas. Pennant A. C..,.,
n A. Uidner, Pennant A. C. ...
10 Wolfe, Pennant A. C.
C0SGR0VE BILLIARD VICTOR.
Defeats Adatr In Three Cushion
Match at Doyle's),
Joe Cosgrove sprung something of a
surprise In the three cushion billiard
tournament now in progress at Doyle's
billiard parlors last night by defeating
Charlie Adair, 25 to IS. In thirty-six In
nings. The winner had a high run of
five, while Adair never waa able to col-
? was master of the sltua-
Hop at all times. He had his best run
In tho snooked tournament Julian
Lewis defeated Fred KeaU, 100 to. 95.
Keats kicked off a fine chance ot win
ning by playlrsr the wrong ball.
XADIIEIINY VICTOIl WITH CUR.
Two games were played in the Claen
B straight rail tourney of the American
Amaieur muiara Association lost night
at Canfleld'a Academy- In tho flrsf IL V,
nan aereatea 4u uaum by 150 to 117
'and in the wcond E. V, Nadhemy dls-
the class C bolkllne tourney w'll begin at
J Fuller's' room. ;
'BY ERASMUS HALL
Chandler's Drop. Kick From 40
Yard Lino, Decides Issuo
by 3 to 0.
.prasmus Hall, Poly Prep's leading
rival far the. arhnlnn'tln fanthn.ll rham-
pIonsh.pf Brooklyn, yesterday defeated
Its old rival, Manual Training, In the 37,
team's annual gridiron clash at Ebbetsj William Peak of Commercial waa the
Field in a bitterly contested game by I Win", with John Mullaney, his school-
to a . ti,. ni. niA ,i,iw i-i tnate, second. J, Craven- of Buahwlck
totJ- ' The BIU0 and aol1' whlcn ,s finished, third. The winner was clocked
considered to have one of the weakest in 18 minutes 27 seconds. Casey Wig
elevens In the borough series, surprised sins of Boys High, who finished second
the 8.00Q spectators by holding the Buff 1 ,.Ma,ry,n , "' t.heJp' ?'A'' I.
. ... , . . holder" In last Saturday's P. S. A. L.
and Bluo even until the final period, , race Bpralried hls anU1'e comlng down
when Erasmus registered its field goal, the hill of ooko'ut Mountain In Pros
the only. score of the game. , Pct Iark, the halfway mark, and Was
Tho Manual line for the first half and forced to quit. The order of finish:
most of the third quarter held like a
stone wall, Erasmus was unable to I
break through the defence of the Seventh
avenue lads during this period and In
the final half resorted to the use of the
forward pass. ,
Manual during theAe sessions also re
lied on this play and both, especially
Erasmus, got good results. Dutch Hara
noot shot the forwards for Erasmus with
the accuracy of a sharpshooter. Haso
noot. who Is a southpaw, handled the
leatner as though It were a baseball.
In the final quarter the sturdy Buff and
Blue fullback sent n long forward to
Friedman, which resulted In a gain of
forty yards. It placed the ball on
Manual's 16 yard line. Washington also
figured prominently. In the passes.
. Chandler Erasmua Hero.
Wally Chandler was the lad responsi
ble for Erasmus's victory In the final
quarter, after Boohecker had received a
forward from Wardell and ran fifteen
yards, planting the ball on Manual's IS
yard line. Coach Dick Elllffe called to
the side llnea for Chandler, the team's
star drop kicker. He responded nobly
with a nifty boot,' Chandler, was substi
tuted for Hartell. His team waa penal
ized fifteen yards because Chandler
failed to report to the referee. This
placed the leather on the 30 yard" line,
and when the Buff and Blue lad drop
kicked he fell back ten yards, which
made his kick from the 40 yard line.
Chandler had little time to direct his
kick, as tho whole Manual eleven was
on topof him ln-a Jiffy. Chandler's kick
so pleased the. Erasmua followers that
they Immediately declared him the next
candidate for the presidency of the gen
eral organization of that school.
"Until Erasmua scored Its field goal It
seemed the contest would end In a score
less tie. The Buff and Gold cloven was
a much stronger team than It was when
It met and lost to Commercial and
Flushing in its earlier games this sea
son. Erasmus foupd great difficulty In
trying to get through the Manual line
and its last hope for victory hinged on
the forward pass, which means of ad
vance the Buff and Blue used often In
the, last half.
In the third session HnBsnoot shot a
long forward to Friedman, which the
lad on the receiving end let go by him.
Had Friedman held on to the ball It no
doubt have resulted In' an Erasmus
touchdown, as Friedman had only fifteen
yards to go, with a clear field in front
Table played a strong game for Man
ual as did Reynold! and Scofleld. Hass
noot, Washington, Wardell and Fried
man were the Erasmus luminaries. Tho
Erasmus Hall (2) Manual Training (0)
lionomo. , . .
Van Tronk. .
Left tackle ,
Left guard j.
.. Centre ....
Right tackle .
, Right end ..
. . .Greene
Boohecker. . Quarterback .
Wardell Left haliback
Berry .-Right halfback
Haasnoot. . . rfe . Fullback ...
Goal from field Chandler.
For Erasmus Hall Teague for lionomo
Friedman for MeMullen; Bonomo for
Teague; Kartell for Berry; Chandler for
Hartell; Wltmer for Chandler. For Man
ual Training Blake for Martin:' Seattle
for Reynolds; Reynolds for Beattle. Ref
eree Rr J. Shearer. Dickinson College.
Umpire E. II. Hastings, Cornell. Lines
man A. Malner,- SprlngAeld College. Time
of periods Ten minutes.
BUSHWICKS WIN, 6 TO 4.
Defeat Bast .New York Team la
Dexter Park Came. '
After defeating the East New Vork
team In the first game ot a double
header at Dexter Park yesterday 6 to 4
the teams had to stop play at the end
of the nfth Inning on account of dark
ness. .Neither tram had scored. Tho
Bushwlcks will wind up their successful
reason next Sunday with a single gamo.
The opponent will be named f. -morrow.
EAST NEW YORK,
eb r h o a e
Oeorre.tb. ID 1 1 l
ab r h o a e
1 1 K ft A
Caner.:b.. 5 0 2 7.
Loesrh.rf.. 4 00 i
Blank,s. . 40 0 1
Volbrnth.lf I 2 t 0
Davls.cf.... 4 1 1 4
Hcli'der.Jb.. ,J12 7
Burch.rf.... 14 HA oo
Welss,Sb....'fll ( lfi
4 11 S 30
0I 7 00
400 1 00
4 00 1 iO
Herten.c... 10 L 5
4 0 1 4 10
Hagan.p..,. 2 0 0x0
WMUsms.p., 2 1 0 0 2 0
Totals... 34 4 10 24 1 4
Totals II 7 27 10 0
East New York 0 1 0
2 0 1 0 0
Busbwlcai 2 4 0 0 4 0 0 Oxt
Left on besetEast New York, I: Buh
wicks, S Two base hits Burch, Davis, Can
ter. Sacrifice flies Schneider, llurrh stolen
bases Weiss. Simpson. Double play Irving
and Weiss. Oases on bails Oft Hagan, I; oft
nuiiMas, j. -airuca out itj jiagan. 6: br
Williams. 4. Wild pltrh-WIUIama, Umpires
Messrs. Kelrtn and Leltner.
First lUce-Two-yeai-oldsl msldena snd'
winners of "-one race: fire and a half fur-
Iftnn! DlnnieAnni. 11T Hiring 1,1 .
Fitter Patter. HI: Franc Ttreur. 112: Devil
unr, us; nia-ni urer aiigni, 117; Jean Qui,
Isnt, 117: The 8schem, 112; Precious Pearl.
Hi; Violet Tlp. lit; Ylco Chairman. 117;
Round nobln. 117; Rose of Roses, 1M; Sweet
Muilc. 10: C. S. Orason, 112.
Second Race Three-year-olds and onward
claiming; six ruriongs: lIouer-ln.Law, 155;
lllnaoosian. tin; nuin Htnrklsnd. 113; Ne
brtska, 115; Pratiiey, 10s Uncle Jean. 15.
UsUerhrad. 105; Jeailea F.. 106; Uncla'sLartls.
105; Napoll, 112; Mltcbcll May. 106; St. Isidore.
116; Kl Maadl, 115; Alrord, 115; Caddie. 115:
Resist. 110. '
Third Race The Junior Steeplechase; three-yesr-olds:
two ralles; not Craig, 155; jsar
locker, 155; Esquimau. 131; (a)Twlford, 127:
Syrdarya, III: Houdlnl, 131; (a)War Paint
'133; Westmlaater, 132,
Fourth Race Tho Pimlico Autumn Handicap;
three-j ear-olils ; ro.le and a quarter: (t)Hlr
Barton. 132; ts)Bllly Kelly, 126; (t)MIUmald.
Hstter. Ill: (b)Lord Brighton,
107; Sailor, U.
,. Ross entry, (b)S. C. Hlldreta
11 , iuj.bu y.B.icr, m.
s)J. K, L.
Fifth B.ce-The Hotel Kero.n Tom; two-
yesr-olds; tire snd a half furlongs: St. Allan.
115; Ormtel. lit. Martha Luckett." II; My
Boots. 109; Firing Welshman, 112 ; aienllght,
114: Star Court, lit: nalco. 114: Blrem xi.iV
10O ; Pocatello, lit : Falun Dora 116 1 Servitor.
110; night Oter Might, lit '
Sixth naoe Three-year-olds artd up
ward; sailing; mils and a furlong: Sunny
land, 111: Lucius, 106: 'Prunes, 100:
Dandr Dude, 101; Mint Cat, 116; Dottls
Vandlvsr, (3; Dantry, 100; Joan of Are.
6: Romeo. It.
Seventh Race The Wyeomo Handicap
mini v -1, y l , -.in, ,r,ri , , .oiKimi, loot . . v, -
Fort Bliss, lit; Tom McTaggart, 115; Tetler, combs' touchdown, while Slebeck reg
s; Douglasi s., US; Kashmir. 106; Thlstle- Metered the Annunciation's score. Trainer,
ao"' ' ' I who was substituted for' Gallagher,
Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed, played a fine game.
Beat Buahwlck and Boy'
tltgh in Triangle Meet.
The harriers of Commercial High
School yesterday defeated the cross
country representatives of Bushwlck
and Boys High In a triangular cross
country race over the Prospect Park
two and a half mile course. The Red
and Gray dlstancers returned 'the low
score of 36 points, which was one point
1 Pos. Name and School.
1 Peak. Commercial 11:12
Mullaney, Commercial U:17
Craven. Buahwlck 11:27
4 Roaenblum. Commercial ls:S
5 W. Murphy, Boys High.,.'. 1:1C
riaic, uoy liign ...l.i
7 Deekman. Dushwlck f. ..
10 Turacyn, llushwlck ....
11 Karsh. Doy High
12 Marulre. nova Ulrh
11 H. Murphy, Doya High .
15 Rottlno, Boys High ....
Commercial ...,1 2 4
nushwtek I 7 S
uoys iiigb E I 11
Boys' High Makes Touchdown
Late" in Gamo, bnt Loses
When Kick Pails.
Through Conroys failure to kick goal'
from a touchdown In the closing 'min
utes of the game the Boys High School
eleven lost a close "decision to the Com
mercial football team at Commercial
Field in Brooklyn yesterday afternoon.
Tho score was 7 to 6, The goal .jvas
.from t difficult angle, however, and
Conroy deserves no censure for having
failed to gain the additional point.
The game bore out predictions when
it developed Into a savago encounter.
Neither team was able to 'gain con
sistently, and the battle seldom surged
very far Into the territory of either. As
hard fought as ,the game was. It was
productive of few Injuries of any sort
and of no serious ones nt all.
The first two periods were scoreless.
Shortly after the beginning of the third
period, the relentless Commercial eleven
launched a pretty forward pass for
about 25 yards and followed Immediately
with a 10 yard lunge through centre.
The team found itself on Boys High's 16
Intercepted Pass Helps.
The' Red and Black bee'mlngly saved
Itself by Intercepting a Commercial pass
at this point and returning It to mid
flo'd. A penalty was called on Boys
High, however, and the ball was re
turned to Commercial. After a line play
had gained, little. Rube Hascel crashed
oft tackle for 10 yards and a score.
Grieves kicked goal.
The Boys High eleven battled even
more fiercely after Commercial had
scored and made a determined effort,
finally rewarded, to score. As the
shadows were growing deep the Red and
Black rushed the ball to Commercial's
t yard line. Here the defence stiffened,
however, and the Boys High lost the
'eather on downs. Grieves made a poor
punt behind his own goal, and Welner
ran tho ball back to the Red and Gray
17 ard line.
A' 15 yard penalty against Commercial
for unnecessary rqughness placed the
ball on the 2 yard line, and it was easy
work for DIckman to plough through the
disorganized Commercial line for the
touchdown. Conroy's dramatic try for
goal failed and darkness nnd despair
closed In on the Boys High eleven.
Commercial (7). Boya High (t).
Bernstein Left end Conroy
Talmadge Lett tackle Scbaap
Hlarbln Ixft guard Caiman
Mulhane Centre Well
neuter , . , nignt. guard
Sontag Right tackle
Marcus Itlght end .,
Ureenbaum... Left halfback
Hassel night halfback
Orl.ves. Fullback ..
,, . Welner
Touchdowns Hassel. DIckman. nm
from .touchdown Grieves. Substitutions
Friedman for Kaplan. Abrahams for Has
sel, Hass for Abrahams. 'Referee Crow
ley, Bowdoln. Umpire Darby, Syracuse.
Head linesman Cook, BprlngHeld, Time
of periods 10 and 52 minutes.
EMPEY'S TEAM WINS.
iVoses Oat Lincoln Cilants by Score
of U to 2.
Guy Empey's Treat 'Em Roughs de
feated the Lincoln Giants by 3 to 2 at
Olympla Field yesterday. With two out,
two on bases, Hubbard, pitcher for the
Lincoln Giants, walked Larry Doyle.
Hubbard then ht Marty Kavanaugh and,
forced In the winning run. Frank
Frlsch of tins Giants made four hits.
The second game was called on ac
count of .darkness In the second Inning,
with the bcore tied 1 to 1. Tho deciding
games of the series will be played on
Sunday at Dyckman Oval. The Treat
'Em Roughs lead, 3 to 2, The score:
TREAT 'EM ROUGH.
.. ab r h o a e
ab r h o a e
Bums.lt... 512 2 0 0
.Ha'. If 5 02 1 0 0
Frisch.se.. 4 14 1 31
Doyle.tb... 3 0 1 4 2 0
PeHlut.lh.. 60 4
Thomas cf. too
Kavan'h.lb 20 011 01
Ilaffele.rf.. 3 00 1
1 0f.ntop,:.. 411
Mera.cf.... 4 0 1 2 0 01
lirookrass., 5 01
Murell.tb. 40 2
lli'bbant.o. 6 0 0
Horhan.3b 401 1 10
Tee.c -2 0 0 4 0 0
McCabe.o.. 5 10 1 21
Dlets.rf.... 301 0 101
Tnlela. ..s til mi!
-iiaiina, lor Mongin in me inira inning.
Treat 'Em Rough.... 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 13
Lincoln Giants..,,.,,. 01100001 02
I . , s? tT?rtTf Gmv "JJ1 ,
Llncolnt. 1. Two bsae hlts-Frlsch, I'elUns.
I ;,cr!?ce ""Jr?018: r'orf",t. s- Bscrtllce
fly Mera. Stolen, bases-Pel ttut. Marcell,
First baae on errors Treat 'Km nough. I;
SK ii,tt!5 .. ,n
MVJfflM.'i, JS ii1 nttS
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Ton and Brown.
MACOMH'B A. C. RI.KVKS SCOURS.
Hhe'Maeomb's A. C. football team yes.
terday defeated the Annunciation eleven
at the College City of New York Sta-
I rflnm'hv I In A a-nit fnun (nti.hHn.,..
TRAPS OF N.Y.A..C.
Wins Election Day Shoot With
Scoro of 102 Vorty Gun
ners Compote, s
Conrad Stein was tho winner of the
Rlection Day shoot of the New York
Athletic Club yesterday. He took the
high scratch prize with a card of 182
out of a possible 200 targets. ' Taking
Into consideration that a high wind was
blowing throughout the shoot the score
was excellent The winner's. individual
string were 22, 20, 22, 25, 22.22, 25 and
23. He waa ten down .on his' first OO.
In his second trip around the traps he
broke lilnety-1woof tha tiny blue rocks
Forty gunners took port In the shoot
In addition to the high scratch prize
there wro four other scratch trophies
And five for the best handicap gunnera
The second high scratch prize was taken
by C. L. King, who had a card of 180.
He was the high handicap gunner of
the day with a total of 196 targets., As
he could not win both cups tho high han
dicap prize went to J. I. Brandenberg,
with a card of 1S5 targets.
Tracy H. lewis finished third among
the scratch gunners, and then came W,
B. Ogden and Dr. G. H. Martin. The
second handicap prize was won by F. J.
Ham. Then camo. O. C. Qrlnnell, D. I.
Urr-dley and G. W. Derrick. The scores:
Name. Hit. H'csp. Tt'l.
0. U King 150 16 m
. I. Ilrandenberg 175 20 1SS
U. Stein 1S2. 11 1M
J', j. nam 175 3)
W. II. Ogden., 179 12
O. a Ortnnell .' 159 21
(. II. Martin 174 13
I). I Bradley in 12
T. II. Lewis 179 10
U. W Derrick 162 26
II. Oraves Jd..... 172 . 16
u it. Delebanty 15s M
A. L. Bums 175 10'
It. II. Owen 156 26
V. W. Peabody 160 22
II. Orarrs, Jr 162 20
W. B. Allen ICO
J. P. Connors 141
J. McCoy 160
r 3. Herlng 1 162
W. Bauer 155
OA. Drown 150
J. II. Vanderreer 15S
J. I. Bristol 117
it. Sinclair 171
E. II. Jones ISO
J. Callahan 142
II. Kennedy 147
It. J. Thlelraan 15
A, U. I'urcell Ml
11. T. Sainmeraon.. ,,,, 165
It. K. Debarber 117
P. Von Boeckman ..... 152
1. Ilnrlburt 160
J. I Bristol 127
K. MUlikeu 147
C. U, Sunderland 107
Ilinh Scratch Trlses-C. Stein. C. L. King,
T. II. Lewis. W. B. Ogden and Dr. O. U.
High Handicap Gunner J. I. Brandenberg,
F. 7. Ham. O. C. Urtnnell, D. I. Bradley
and 1. W. Derrick.
THE SUN'S RACING CHART.
PIMLICO, IK.. Not. 4, Wenlhtr cloudy I track alow.
FIRST RACE Six furlongs. For two-yer-olds. Claiming. Purse, fl.60t.tl. 08. 1U7.
11m, 11S Rtart root. Won driving.
Adelinette. Owner, quixcx STAliii.
Home. Wt. St.
American Boy.. 110 10
Haulre Charlie... ire
Spotless 55 5 7 0
Two dollar mutuels paid: American Boy,
American Boy moved up stoutly rounding far turn, but weakened after disposing
of Sister Helene. squire Charlie closed very strong and would have beaten the winner
in a few more strlrttsT Who Cares a forward contender all tle way. Le Bleuet closed
Immense gin. and finished with a ru;h. , .,,..
Owners-1. Qulncy Stable: 2. J. H Ralston: 3. IL W. Frey: 4. , II. Marshall; 5.
I". D. Weir; 5 J. Arthur: 7. Mrs. "W. A. Prime; 5. E. K. Bryson; . J. Lumaden:
10. A. Barklle.
SECOND RACK-selllsg Handlcsp. Six. furlongs For three-jear-olds and upward. Puree.
ti.sru.t-. Off. 2in. Time. 1:14 3-6. Stsrt good. Won easily Tlsce drlrlng. Winner,
h. .. hr Cock o' the Walk Private flag.
Cock o' the Main 9S
Airora ,... m
Bala Koia ..
, 103 3
. n 1
, 110 7
, llBVi 9
. 110 12
, 93 11
Two dollar mutuels paid:
Cock o' the
Cock o' the Main sprinted into a low lead in early stages and had somethlnr In hand
at end. Nightstick the victim ot one of Fator'a bungUng rides. He ran as it pounds tbe
best. Alrord was tiring. Msllora closed a big gap
Winner entered for 41.000 and bid to 12.500 and sold to 8. Louis.
Overweights Bala Rosa. 2Vi: Fleeing Sheik, 1; Lady Ivan. 1; Itagnarok, 4: Sister Em
blem 2. Scratched Marmlte, Poullney, Plnard. Uncle's Lassie.
Owners 1. F. Johnson: 2. L. Waterbury; s, F. Durlew; 4. K. N. Gilpin; 5. North Shore
Stable: 5. Mrs. T. Francis; 7. O. W. J Blatell; 3. J. T. Brickley; S. G. Holmes; W, B.
Hardier; 11, J, H. Rosseter; 12. L. Jacob. .
THIRD RACE Manly Memoriil Steeplechsse. Two and a half miles. F01 four-year-olds
and upward Pure, 310,000. Off 2:45 Time, 4:59. Start good. Won easily. Plica
driving. Winner, b. g., by Ethelbert-Dulchetta. Owner, J. E. WIDENER Trainer,
J II. Lewis,
St. H M 1H 2
2 6' 6H 6H 1H .
1 IS is II 21
5 Si 51 3Vi 3
3 6 4 7 7
6 2 2 1 4
7 4 7 9 5
9 9 5 6 5
6 7 6 4 6 1
4 6 9 6 9
10 10 19 10 pulled up
T.aMHr muluela nald: Duettiste 16 60.
Byert waited with Duettiste until last half mile before making his more and went
to leaders with a ruh to draw awar into a long tead lait furlong. Toppy Nix showed
lot ot speed and fenced in faulllras fssblon Debadou stumbled In landing at tenth fence,
Decisive was pulled up at fifteenth Jump. Scratched Slonrwood.
Owners 1. J. E Widener; 2. Mrs. F. A Clark: 3. Green tree Stable: 4. R. Parr; 6. E M.
Wild; 4. E. C. Smith; 7, W M, Jefiorda; 6. J. E. Darla; 9. J Flannlgan; 10. II. W. Max
well. FOURTH RACE Forest Park Handicap. One mile. For three-year-olds and upward. Purse,
11,60162. OR, 5:15. Time, 1:42 1-5. Start good Won easily. Place same. Winner, ch.
c. by Ballot Miss Crittenden. Owner and Trainer,- S. O. UILDItETJI.
Horso. Wt. 9t7 tt M K Fin. Jockey -Equiv. Odds
Ldrd Brighton.. 115. 1 l'H ll l'H 1' 1' Fator 50.35 7-20 .. ..
Jack Stuart... 97 2 3 2 2 24 2 Callahan .... 4.50 24-5 .. ..
nTpld Day Wl 3 2H 2 3 3 3 -Hamilton .... 610 5M0
Two dollar mutuels paid: Lord Brighton, 52.70. No place or show sold.
Lord Brighton was under restraint all the way. ne outclassed his opposition. Jack
Stuart easily disposed of ltapld Day last turlonr.
Overweight Rapid Day. 1 Scratched Roulledge. The Porter.
Owners-1. S. C. Hlldreth; 2. T. Took; J. J. F. Schorr.
FIFTH RACE The Gorans Purse. One mile and a sixteenth. For thre-rear.oldt and
upward: claiming. Purse, 31.594.4l Oft. 5:45. Time. 1:491-6. Start good. Won easily.
Flare driving. Winner, b. or br. g., by Ce)t Network. Owner, n. SOULE. Trainer.
11. w. Jioag.
Two dollar mutuels paid: Paddy Whack,
Paddy Whack was taken In hand soon after the break and Sande never made a move
until entering the homestretch, where he assumed an easy lead to win well in hand at
end War Smoke displayed unusual gamencss. He waa hustled along entire trip and
outlasted Valsnar in final drive. Latter a factor entire trip. Dorcas tired badly.
Hcratched-Malvollo. Mint Cat, Search Light III.. Sunny Hill, Whimsy
Owners-1, n. Boule; 2, W. T. Wilkinson; s. O. W. J. Blssell; 4. Beach Stable; 5, O,
SIXTH RACE The Juvenile Handicap. Six furlongs For two-year-olds Purse. lt.604.2.
9 iLu,?-,',r.t f.0 JSrSwai5n'.Il,5? wn"er. v
All UOWi-vim1". .. ... .
Cinderella . ,
It.. ten On...
Walk ths Plank,
Two dollar mutuels paid! Damask $35.10,
12.60. i I
Damask outrun to stretch turn, where he came through on Inside snd dosed with a
rush. Kinnoul weakened right at end after setting fast early nace. psrmsndale begsn
lowly and was on outside of Kinnoul all the way ne finished on outride of track
Ovrrwelghts-Damiak 3. His Choice, 1. Walk ths Flank 3 Srratched-Smart Guy. St Alien
Owners-1. II. P. Whitney: 2. W M Jeffords- 3, P. T. Carman; 4, J. K. i. Ross" 5'
W. R. Coe; 6. J. W. McClelland: 7, Mr. Bayard noss.s.
SEVENTH RACE One. mile and a half. Tor three-year-olds and upward. Selling
Purse, ll.Mt 61. Off 4:51. Time. 3:40. Stsrt good. Won easily, pi.ee same T Winner'
.., - ' '
Putts and Calls.. 113
Search Llrbl HI 104
Wisest Fool 106
Siphls Gatewood 105
Bar Coy 105
Two dollar mutuels paid: Puts and Calls
Puts and Calls wound tin with a rush after going a half, raced Search Light Into sub
mission snd was In md Search Light weakened after going a mile and a furlonr In.
discreet finished stAitly. Winner entered for 12.000 No hid. Jn
Owners 1. P. Connelly; 2. S.
C. Hlldreth t
Miles; 6, W, D. AltheuM.
Duettiste Easy Victor in
America's Richest 'Chase
Gallops Home in Front of Best Jumpers in Train
ing in the Manly Memorial at Pimlico Toppy
Nix Is Sedond and Debadou Third..
SpfHa! DirpoUX Xo Tns Sex.
Baltimore, Nov. 4. nn a slow canter
Duettiste, the big aged bay gelding by
Ethelbert-DUlcibella, carried Joseph E.
Wldener's racing colors to victory lfithe
Manley Memorial Steeplechase, the big
event of the programme at the Pimlico
track to-day. Duettiste won by eight
lengths and earned $1,300, which was the
winner's portion of the prize. 'Mrs F.
Ambroso Clark's Toppy Nix ww second,
a length and a half In fo.1t of Mrs.
Payne Whitney's Deba&ra, which ,was
thirds ten lengths In front of Ral Parr's
Warlpck. Toppy Nix earned 12,000,
Debadou $1000 and Warlock $500.
The Manley Memorial Steeplecehase Is
tho most valuable cross-country event.
In America. It usually furnishes a
great struggle and a hair raising finish.
Marylandere, recalling how Joseph E.
Davis's Brooks won It by half a length
In 1917 and W. R, Coe's Bet Just nosed
out The- Brook In 1918, made this a
holiday and turned out In thousands to
witness the race. It. was a good race,
but Duettiste so completely dominated
the result that It was robbed of its pre
vious spectacular finish.
When Duettiste moved to tho front
the race was practically over, for he
held his opposition safe for speed, en
durance and Jumping. His victory was
so Impressive that many horsemen de
clared after the race that he was a
worthy opponent for The Brook.
Ten steeplechasers, the very cream' ot
the Jumping brigade with the exception
of The Brook, sported silks. They were
Brooks, Duettiste, Warlock, Bar kilo,
Weldsap, Bubadou, Toppy Nix, Flare,
Lytle and Decisive.
Rrooka Top Weight.
Brooks was top weight at 155 pounds,
Barkllo 164 and Duettiste 163. The
racegoers did not agree with the handl
cappers rating and made D-uettlste tho
favorite. This was due to the easy
victory ot the old Ethelbert gelding at
Laurel a fortnight ago. Horsemen con
tended that he had only to repeat that,
race to win again.
It was a pretty sight as the , ten
horses with bright new colors and glossy
coats started on their long Journey. But
It waa soon made apparent that barring
an acciaent Duettlsto would win. and
Place same. Winner, b.
c. by Superman
Trainer. J. Fltzlmmons.
S Fin. Jockey,
m 1" Sands ....
4 ?' Hamilton
3H 5 Callahan ,
( Kumiher .
2" CH Mct'sbe ..
6' 6 Rlchcreek
6Vi ! Pleroe ...
$10.05 201-ro 63-20 27-S)
7-t 7-10 2-5
9' T. Rowan,.
122.10, 13.30, 11.70
Squire Charlie. 515.10. 5S.M;
Owner, F. JOHNSON. Trainer. W Mnrtln.
l'V4 Callthan $11.40
67-6 M-2I 11-5
9-5 23-20 11-20
6 Myera ...
5' Pierce) ...
94 Sande ....
lla Johnson .
, 24 55
13-1 6-1 2-1
Main, 124.50. 510.70, 34.49: Nightstick, St.tO. 53.10:
1 D. Brers...
2'H W. Green..
3' V Poweys.
4 H. C'ford..
6 W. Ural....
6 W Hannt.
7 N Kennedy
6 B. Itaynes..
9-5 6-5 5-10
21 35 Zl-1
5 04 3-1
20 45 20-1
51 15 61-1
64.40. 13 60. ToDnr Nix. 611. 69. Debadou 14.50
3' T. Rowan....
7-10 1-5 Mi
22-5 11-20 24
20-1 4-1 17-10
4-1 6-6 1-3
20-1 6-1 2-1
53,40, 2.10. 12.20; War Smoke, 53.10, (110
' .iiiiiir, i, Bioions
Enulv. fVM 1
116.56 531.20 22-5 5-4
6 55 11-2
63 56 64-1
$10.50, $4.60. Kinnoul $4.10. 63 50. Carmandale
Z . -- -............ .ihiitii ll, onnri.
$1.56 31-20 1.4 1-5
55.10. 13.50. 11.40
Search Light III. $2.50, $2.:o.
3. J. J. Fischer; 4, J. Farrell. Jr.) 6, P, J.
Byers, who rode him, waa very confidant
of success. ,
W.M.hin. Dnclalva and Toppy Nix,
with Debaudo well up and DuettlsW;
racing In fifth position waa mo orucr
during the first mlle
Toppy Nix and Debadou took up the
chase, with Weldshlp In tho second mile.
Up to tho point In the raco Byers was j
content to keep Duettiste on uie jt.
But In tha last half mile Byers began
to feel but his rivals and-'make them
show their hands. He moved Duettiste
tm with n. rush. So fast did Duettiste
race that his opponents seemed to bo
standing stilt In a few strides ho
took the lead and- opened up n gap of
ByeVs then waited for a challenge
but It was not forthcoming, aa the re
mainder of tho field were dead on their
feet. With practically no opposition in
tho last quarter of a mile Duettlsto
Jumped and raced under strong restraint
and won pulled up to a slow' gallop.
Debadou made a bad landing at ths
tenth Jump and but for this stumble
he might have finished second. The last
half mile of the two nnd a half mile
course proved -.too much for him, how
ever, and Toppy Nix, standing tho strain
of paco and the long route better, beat
him home for second place.
Wnrloclt nover waa a factor In tho
early part of tho struggle but beat out
Weldshlp by a head for fourth money.
Barklle, an old time high class timber
topper, was unable to keep pace -with
the contenders at any stage of the
The Juvenile Handicap for two-year-olds
at six furlongs was the second, race
of Importance on the card. Seven fast
youngsters faced the barrier with the
chances of Carmandale, Kinnoul, Hasten
On and His Choice well fancied and
Damask was neglected. The H. P.
Whitney colt took sweet revengo for this
neglect. He won nnd rewarded his back
ers at the' rate of $35.10 for $2. Whether
he BTIould have won was a question that
was heatedly debated by many trainers
and patrons of the track after tl.o race.
Jockey Ambrose, who-rode Kinnoul, cer
tainly favored Damask. The fact that
he opened up and permitted Damask, to
slip through next to the rail caused no
end of adverse criticism and brought
forth the reminder that he Is under con
tract to H. P. Whtlney. for next year.
Kinnoul, with big weight up, beat
Damask under a stout pull at the Laurel
track. To-day Kinnoul carried 110
pounds and Damask 107.
The race was a two horse affair until
Ambrose made a wide turn. Kinnoul,
with Carmandale at his neck, showed the
way to the turn for home. The leaders
opened up a gap of four lengths on the
other youngsters. Damask, racing
alongside the rail In fourth place, was
held In that position by Fator, who by
a remarkable piece of Intuition seemed
to know that Ambrose would go wide
with Kinnoul and carry out Carman
dale. This thing took place and Fator.
.slipping Damask through the opening,
Joined Issue with the leaders and beat
them home by half a length. Kinnoul
was second, a half a length in front of
The Porter declined to meet Lord
Brighton In tho Forest Park Handicap
at a mile, and the son of Ballot, with
only Jack Stuart and Rapid Day to op
pose him. led from the start to the
finish and won under n pull without
J being fully extended at a'ny part of the
Under a good ride by Jockey Sande
American Boy won tho decision of the
Judge In the opening race from Squire
Charlie, which he should have won.
Fator put up one of his b'underlng
rides on Night Stick In the second race
and as a result Cock o' the Main ob
tnlned such an early advantage that he
won by a big streak of daylight after
leading all tho way.
Paddy Whack Wins.
Paddy Whack completely outclassed
the selling platers In the fifth race and
won as he plased by two lengths.
Puts and Calls accounted for the mile
and a half race, the last event on the
card. Searchlight 3d led for half a
mile, where Puts and Calls Joined him
and forced him to run at top speed for
another half mile. That ended Soarch
llght's chance and Puts and Calls easily
beat him home.
H. P. Whitney will campaign a string
of horses at New Orleans this winter..
Albert Blmona, with fifteen of the Whelt
ney thoroughbreds will race In the Cres
cent City during December, January,
February and March. Ambrose will ride
Jockey Kelsey, who had a foot hurt a
few day's ago, will be able to accept
mounts to-morrow. While laid up Sande
rode for George W. Loft with good suc
cess. Kelsey has signed to ride Howard
Marshall's horses at New Orleans.
After Simpleton had won yesterday he
wan claimed from R. T. Wilson' by J, O.
Talbott. At Laurel Talbott lotrt several
I of his best horses by the claiming route.
ne is trying to repiemsn nis string oy a
WINNERS SCORE NET 67.
Cochran and De Forest Lead Golf
t era at' Plalnfleld.
PUWnsii), N. J., Nov. 4. A large
field turned out to-day at the Plainfield
Country Club, playing In the different
holiday events. In the four ball handi
cap competition H, J. Cochran and
Henry L. De Forest were the winners in
clan; A with a net score of 67. In class
B, D, Barlow and Howard Hammltt
were the winners with a 72 net.
A. W. Drake won the selected li out
of 36 holes handicap competition for the
trustee cup, with a net score of 70,
H. J. Cochran won the sweepstakes
event with a card of 85 14. 71, and
A W. Drake finished second with a
score of 9116, 76.
To-night the club held Its annual
"stag" dinner, whtsn 75 trophies com
peted for during the season wero pre
sented to the winners by Corporation
Counsel C. A, Reed,- toastmaster. '
TxiBAT 'usr noyaus win.
In their first game the Interstate
Basketball League In Jersey City last
night Arthur Guy Empey's Treat 'Em
Roughs defeated the Jersay City club by
37 to 24. The fast floor Work of Beck
man featured, the offence 'Of the Treat
)Em Roughs. k
HOLY CHOSH TICAM WINS.
PLAlNriaLO, N, J., Nov, 4 The Holy
Grots Independent tootball team de
feated the Kankakee Club of Brooklyn
here to-day 190. The Kankakees
proved light but fast and held Holy
Cross scoreless In the first quarter,
COOK GOLF VICTOR. 1
Arcola, X, J. Nov. 4. Q C. Cook
captured -the election day handicap on
Arcola Club links to-day with 8914,
75, and Garrett A Hobart, Jr., was gee
ond with li9. 83.
ATTRACT Bid FIELD
Election Day Progrnjnra
brings Jjlock of Golfers for
.'Various Handicap Events.
Bfcitt Ditpateh fff Tns Sow.
MoNTCXAlk, N. J Nov. ,4, With an
all day programme carded for play the
iinV nf the Moatclolr Country Club
drew a large gathering of golfers for
election day contests here to-day.
Medal play with club handicaps prevail
ing featured the day's play. Both morn
ing 5uid afternoon saw competition at
eighteen, holes oa this basis In two
c las 90s. Tlie scheme of the tournament
committee to offer .turkeys aa prizivt
proved highly popular.
In tho morning round first prise vent
to n. B. Carmlchael who gathered In a
net 76. having a gross 90 with a handi
cap of fourteen strokes. He came In
three strokes ahead of A. Powell, whose
groas 87, less a handicap of eight, netted
him 79. Third place went to 13. B.
Stearns with 95-15, M0. In class) B,
C. A, Hardy won first prlxe with 91-20,
77. S. Wright. Jr.. with 98-20, 78,
tied wtth.J. M. Merrill who had 104-26,
In the afternoon first prize. In, Class
A fell to E. S. Whitney a twelve handi
cap man. He scored a. gross 90 for a
net 78v J. A. Kelsey with 94-15, 79
took second place. H. M. Green proved
an easy winner In Class B. Ho was
rated at 25 In the handicap list, and
came In with a gross 94, netting 69. F,
P. FIsk with 99-22, 77 waseecond.
There was also a coatest for the boat
net selected score of the two round.
Flmt place went to J. I. Slmmonds,
who showed 78-3, 75, E S. Whitney,
took second place with 82-6, 76. Other
scores were: R. S. Carmlchael, 85-7)
78 ; J. Hodgson, 83-3, 80 ; R. B. Stuart,
85-4, 81 ? J. Noyea, 87-6, 81. F. P, FIsk
took first place In Clasw B. Flak's card
was 88-17, 71. A. L. Plcrson with 90-9,'
81 tied with P. A. Hardy 91-10,' 81 fuc
In the kicker handicap the figure se
lected waa 73. Four players tied for
first place at 73 each. They were E.
P. Earl 100-28, 72, S. Wright. Jr., 98
21, 74, J. W. Allen 100-2,6, 74, and R.
II. Gregory 96-22, 74.
ARCHERS WIN OVER '
GOLFERS ON LINKS
King and Blake Finish 1 Up
on Comttock and Sanderson.
The Slcapy Hollow Country Club
wound up lt3 reason of scheduled golf
eventa yesterday. An outstanding fea
ture of the closing of the season was a
match between Dr. Joseph Slake, Widely
known surgoon, and F. W. King, Archers,
against C. G. Comstock and A. J. San
derson, the golf professional at the
course. The Archer came out victorious,
winning 1 up In eighteen holes.
Comstock and Sanderson enjoyed a
lead of two noles coming to the fifteenth,
but the Archers pulled up to even terms
by the time they had finished the seven-
teentn. Tney won the eighteenth, where
King scored n 4 for the hole. In addi
tion to the interesting battles between
these two teamc a good field of players
turned out for the final contest In the
tlghteen hole handicap.
PLAY BEST BALL FOURSOME.
Sanderson and AVrlaht Win at
Special Detrxitch to 'Tns Scn.
Mont clair, N. J., Nov. 4. Tho finals
In the best ball foursome event on the
Upper Montclalr Country Club links waa
run oft against par to-day. R. Sander
son and A. Wright were the winners,
with 1 down. W. II. Relman and C. H.
Bruner were second, with 3 down, and
P. Rutherford and F. G. Smith third,
with 7 down. In medal play computa
tion In two classes the scores were:
Class A C. R. Ben-Ian, 9417, 77 i A.
D. Buxzby, 90 8, 52; R. M. C. Glen,
93 S, 87. Class B G. A. Brakeley.
10226, 76 ; C. H. Briner. 10325, 78 ;
J. F. Smith. 10220, $2. .
AT GLEN RIDGE LINKS.
Iteynolds Wtna no Hole Competi
tion With 1B2.
fljwcio! Dttfalek to Tns Sow.
Gush Rioob, N. J., Nov. 4. A thirty
six hole competition on the Glen Ridtra
Country Club links was won to-day by
G. W. Reynolds with net score of 112.
The scores follow:
G. W. Reynolds. 188 36, 152; Fred
Connell. 16712, 165; G. W. Yates,
193 34, 159 ; H. D. Smith, 1678. Hi.
The morning round at eighteen holes.
Class A, was won by K. W. Congdon,
Jr.. with 2311, 72. and H. D. Smith
second with 79 I, 75. In Class B
George Osborne won with 106 27, 81.
WINS GOLF MEDAL.
Edwards Leads Handicap Play at
J. B. Edwards won the IS hole handi
cap medal play golf competition of the
Yountakah Country Club yesterday over
the club's course at Nutloy, New Jer
sey. Edwards returned a card ot
9520 76. i
The four ball competition was won by
F. C Ogden and C. A. Ooodstced. Their
card read, 891277.
ESSEX FELLS dOLF.
Ilnll Sweepilakea the Attraction
Special Dtolc to Tns Sen.
Caipwiix, N. J Nov. 4. Ball sweep
staJtCB was the holiday attraction on 'he
Essex Fella Country Club 'Inks, W H
Clark winning with 71. The scores : Y?
R. Clark, 9524, 71 ; E. 11. Ca.lithan.
9422. 72 ; J. Ingalls, Jr., 0918. 51:
H. L. Allen 10423 81 ; H. S. Banihart.
COLE LEADS GOLFERS.
Tops Field In Play at North Jersey
Paterson, N. J Nov. 4. Charles P
Cole won the election day handicap on
North Jersey Country Club links to-day
with 156 for thtrty-slx. holes. Georx K.
Boyca waa second with 14M.
WINS Tltl-COUNTV Tnopnv.
PLAittrieu), N. J., Nov. 4.--S"
B. Woodruff of Westfield, cb
lenger, defeated John Frobasco Terrf.
title holdertln the trapshootlng matrt
on the grounds of the Climax Gun ''iu"
to-day for the Trl-county trophy, 1'nlo.i.
Middlesex and Somerset counties- Th
score was 88 to' 86. The men sho' M
100 birds. George Ord of this city tli
lenged the winner.
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