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THE EVENINGWORLD, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918.
WORK OR FIGHT RULE WILL COM BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK CAN'T SEE WHY HOOVER SHOULD CUT OUR RATIONS. MORE WE EAT THE LESS LEFT FOR OUR ENEMIES. rl PEL FAT PITCHERS TO RUN OUT INFIELD GROUNDERS. UNCLE SAM TAUGHT THIS NEW YORK HERO TO FIGHT Copyright, 191J, by the Press Publishing Co. (Tho New Torlt Cvcntng World). 10 MEET JAP STAR BHT HE GOT SIX GERMANS NEVER KNEW HOW TO FIGHT, WARD DAWSON IN TENNIS FINA pa Here Is a Story of a New York Boy, Afraid of His Playmates and Apparently a Pacifist for Life, Who Acquired Nerve as Soon as He Joined the Army and Learned to Handle One of Uncle Sam's Bayonets. COIHJMN cvnrri.lii. lIg. o, Thi Prem rnbUaMnt Co. (Th Ne Turk r.tenlni WutUl. rK bavo n lot of stories about athletcti who "mado Rood" over thorp. Hare's a fOiort talo of a youngster who kill nl nix Germans with the bayonet in one fight lth a German patrol, and who never was an nthlotp or anything el.e of tho sort J at home. When Ocorse V. Kllphan of Now York 'was n hoy all tho other hoys "plckod on linn," and he wouldn't llgl)L They used to chase him Into tho house, nml he'd como In crying They "waited for him" on tho cor ner and ho stayed In tho back yard and played nlnnc to avoid trouble Kllphan had an uncle with a IIrIi' Ing tcrnper.xnient. The uncle couldn't understand OeorRe. lie wan filled with disgust when ho thought Ocorse was doomed lo ho a pacifist for life George Krcw tall -.1 feet 11. 1 f ptrt on uomo good ulnewy weight 17fi pounds or so of It. Hut he wouldn't flsht. Ho never even had a discussion. One day Kllphnn's undo met hltn on tho street. Kllphan was wnlklng &Ionc, head down, hand In tickets, wearing a look of dejection. "What's tho matter, Ocorgo?" queried thn uncle. Tm going to do It," responded George. "Do what?" "Go Into the army." Georgo's uncle haw-hawed and went on. Tho idea of peaceful Ocorgo Joining a fighting outfit tickled his sense of humor. Hut George went down to the Mex ican border with tho old 2!d New York National Guard. One night wlille on guard he was grazed by a bullet fired by a (Mexican sniper. He felt interested- A night or two later some of the soldiers went out and formed a hollow squam and watted. A. sniper fired. The men on his side of the square shot at tho flash. In tho morning they picked up a dead Mexican with an empty shell In bis rifle. Ordered homo again, Kllphan was put on guard duty for a time and then sent to ftpartnnburg for inten sive training. "Jntenslvo training" means doing a year's work in n month. Kllphan thrived on It. His hands grow big and his muscles bulged. His uncle, visiting found to his amazement that Kllphan wns tho star bayonet fencer of his regiment. George had become ns quick as n cat. Ho loved the bayonet work, and spent every spare moment specializing In It until he was astonishingly nkllful. He was a flasb with the long point nml tbe short point, nml chin Jab, nml butt swing, and all that sort of stuff. A llttln later Georgu's regiment went over. Nothing was heard from him for months. Thn a long li'tter come, (passed by Connor. In It George told ills family Just how he had Ixen cnjoylnjr life. He wn.'i getting n onanco to uso that bayonet at last. Ha had Jtmt come through a night flght with no Injury beyond a "scratch on tho arm." And ho had killed his men with jtolcntlfle ease and dispatch. Using the Cold Steel. It was a black night at the front at , who.ro his regiment wns hold Ins a tronoii on tho fighting lln. Tho German Artillery hod boon x- tromely busy, nnd tho American guns wero elammlng a fow back. Alto, gether- everything seomed norma! Kllrcnan was eont out, with two or , three others, to repair wire. Tftey were working quietly, both erinff no one, when George suddenly had a feeling that they wero not alone. He stood still nnd watuhod. And out in tho black gloom of No Man's Uind that lay Just In front of their wire appeared "a flock of forms," bent over nnd advancing. It was a stiong (iernian patrol, raiding a trench and not exacting to find any annoying persons out aldo the w Ire. The Hermans dlsvov ered the workers and rushed at them. "I thought of hume ami you. grand ma," wroto Kltpluui, "and took what might be my last look at tho sky. nnd went In." The next fow seconds were busy to the extent of becoming cunfusing. Kllphan doesn't dowrlho thotu In do. tall. With a brevity worthy of Cae bar bo simply ruiuurks that he "shot one,' and gut In with tho bayonet." -Whether he shot before or after lie. trlnntnt- If, use fhn li:iYinot h, iliiitni'l tay. The army Is taught In lliu a shot when It In dilllcult to jerk out -.11 bayonet that has been driven through bone. The recoil does tho work. Tne two or tnree otner Americans uuitrfioii iiuti uic ruiurrn wmi nun, and tbero was merry hades popping u round there for a moment. There must have been, for when the Ger. 'mans retreated and there was time )to count up, Kllphan fount) that lie uao. kiiiihi i una cm nuoiner." Somebody had nicked him during the fight, but It was "only a scratch on tho arm.' KllDhaii a rtd etl a postscript to his lettor so that his folks wouldn't think ho was conceited over tho way he can handle a bayonet I am not making any claim to peiople it would steel the nerves of a Jcllyllsh." Which may bo a legltlmato ex. Plan.itlon. llut my guess .lt George found his nerve thn day fncle Siun put a bayonet into his hand nml showed him how to use It, and that irru an. n row I I10UH.1 nl oihor Americans who only mod to V Jumped on by a tier-man patrol tn show that nnny training has RlV,, thorn 1 tho same high grado.of llgimng J ? W?pp8P 2Pp 1 GUIopfllom"ank crc ricitx. ..r. Arre6otM6 INTO TrtE tm HE WMTEft To Rn" ALL Ti TIME- Race Run by Gex Disgusts Millionaire Owner Sanford, Who Voices an Opinion How CCHNOWAl. CbEOBGC KUPHwl KILV.GD SIX ClCRAAAMb trA ONC ATTWDC . liver Saw, ' O'Day liy Vincent Treanor. THK rawest thing I ever saw." With this expression .lohn 1 Stanford gavn vent to his 1 opinion of the running of the fifth Baseball Will Remain in Statu Quo For aFewDais, Declares Herrmann Kill follow on account of the uror that will be a nutter for the determine. As nil or the elulw Chairman of National inn Chip I4 sl-i n i ,n ''nili nuijiir leigues will In transit OIUII oayS US NOt Certain " K"'li rvenln. them I no doubt mat Complete Disomaniza- tion of Business Will Follow. CINCINNATI. O., July 2fV-Angusl Herrmann, Chairman of tlm .vminn ,1 Ilasoball Commliwlnn. issued a state. mont hern to-day relative to Hoore- tary of nr Maker's decision placing haseball in tho list of mm-csscntlals. air. Jiurrmanii said: H Is appurent that ftocretarv Haker has given thn man nr lilu Minn t oeiiotis consldcrntluii, arid his conclu sions aro iieyonil doubt ImsiM upon imi niKiicni nunivcs possllilu In the matter. Just what thn ttiotlwul nt nm. I exhibition. nhvsU'tillv 11 nil niciiiuM v. dure of the club owners Is to bo Is Q'" 'nQt'n more oltUMent, Industrially and MJ.lU, ljr , A j, l,l,n HHIV UltTJ ,'. Joy, and therefore something may be d vised to the end that tho gams will con tinue In name manner or other until thn clooo of the season, having In mind ttiut the order must and will bu re spected. "The. bnseball Interests have been loyal and patriotic and "III continue to tm so. Thn order will bo respected ta Iho very letter " that It Mill roiiuiii In Ktntii quo fur a few nays. Tim interested pirtles will tske up Willi thn proper authorities at once, the mode of pnnedurn In rinsing out thu buitness temporarily, If It Is denmeJ necessary to do so. "W11 must have a ruling nt once ns to the status nr thn players In seeking essential employment, tint length nr 1 1 1111 ' to be given them to do so, nml briber It will lie necessary In apply to thn local hoard having originally Jiiiisdlrllnn over them. I inn hhkuiiiIiii; the pl.iyer III securing esxeiitlal em ployment will bu permitted to do so iinynliere that he rnn "Main It, whether lit home nr In the city nr vicinity In which bis cluli Is located. "I'ersnnally I bellcvn with Seerctary Itaker that persons who attend outdoor sports such ns In. sein 11 are In nerd nr them, me helped by Ihese great national BASEBALL'S FUTURE WILL BE DECIDED ERE WEDNESDAY President Tcner, Comin"; Hast, Wires Call for Special Meeting. 0110 that will be determined upon In i iw nun 1 nays, out 1 am sure there Is only one conclusion that wn will como to, anil that Is that consti tuted authority must und will bo up held by all Interested parties. "Ills SUCCeatlnn Hi.,1 ,.-.... .u. Ida or nro beyond the draft ngn nnd ,, ,s ,)y ,10 mean, oortaln th.it complete disorganization of the business Major League Baseball Men Who Must Either Work or Fight ST AMERICAN LEAGUE. ,0"l-Hny t'aldnell, (leorge ..i.Ki iiiKc. i.iiHiirn i.ove. jiisepii Kin nenin, liny Ki .itlng, Henry Hirtilnsnn, 1 uiie. Ilirlx-rt Tboriimblen, llnr '.! lliinniib, Albert Wnlters, Wal ter I'lpp, lurrall I'rutt. ltnjer 1'ik InpiiiiKli. .Inn llwk. Prank llodle, I.lnur Miller. Trunk (illhnoley, Will linn l.ainur. Aanui Ward. Total, la. IlOSTONfleorge lliilli, I,.w Under. i' rank Truewlnle. lUirhore, Moly iieiiiix. Hlnnliiiry, fail .ln. i.,..io Hush. Sam Jones. Hamuli Agnou, Vnlter SehiuiK. Mayer. Mayer. John Mi Innls. I i.ivo Sheai.. llieietl Seolt Harry llooper. Amos Sinink Total. 17 I'lllCAliO Albert Itussell, Mrivln WiilfKiitiK. liny Srhiilk. Jnrcrtw, nV. Pitiirnrth. Arnnlil liundll, l.Munrd Collins, forgo Wlican-r. l'reil ito Mullln, C A lllslHru. Ilarrv I.elbobl, IMwnrd Murphy Total. 12 DHTItdlT-Hernard lloland, Harry Coveleskle. lieorge Cunningham (leorge Diiuss. Ilrlr llrl.ksoii. Will lam Jones, HuiN-rt KAIIIn. Alchle Yelle, H S. Yniiiig Owen Hush. O. car ltt. Jack Coffey , llalley, Har per. Hoert bVrarb, Tru Cobb WllllKin Walkri Total. IS ' Cl.GVi:i.ANI)--C,uy Morton. Stanley 1 oM'iesKio, i' red Coiimln', James Hngby, John Ihmnan, Steve O'Neill, Jush lllllliigs, William Wamhsgans., Ituy Chapman, John llrnney, Trls Speaker, Kohert Itotb, Joe Wood, WheHer Johnston, Chester Thomas, Jon 1 Ivans, Farmer. Total, 17. I.OflS-Davn Allen OavennorL Sntliornn, Wright. 1'rte Johns. lnest Johnson. Thomas Hodgeis, (leorKe Slsler. Joseph (ledonn, Walter rior her, Kreil Mnlsel. Uarl Smltli, Tim nthy llendryx. John K- Tnbln. Ieslln NuniimakiT, Henry Severeld, Oeirge Halo. Total, 17 WASIllNliTON-Ilert rinllla, Walter Johnson, Yancy Ayros. Jiime.i Shaw, Harry llun'r, Hdunrd Aliisinlth, Joe Judge. Hduard Foster, John l.a vnn. Hay Moikiui, I'lydn Milan. Val I'll Inlrh, llnvlik Mntteson, Howard Shanks. Total, 1J. I'HII.AIini.l'HIA-Veiin tlregg, Hlmer Myers, William Adams, Scott Terry, llnlph Teiktns, James McAny lieoiKo Hurnie, Dykes, Watson. Muencli. Charles Jiimlosnn, Merlin " Kopp. 1 1,1 reiu v n .user. Total. 13. NATIONAL LEAGUE. PIlliSIDKNT JOHN K. THMCTt of tlin National league Is speed ing eastward after a brlof sn Innrn In tho le.-iiriin cities of tho Middle We.st, following tho declslo.i i of Secretary of War linker that base ball Is a non-productive occupation and that nil ballplayers between Tie draft ages must either obtain essen tial employment or bo inducted Into .... iv.. i ,A National I.rngne Ilnttlna Aurnnrn. Trcsldent Tcner Is hastening to IliwrJj of m ho lu up lo New York from Cincinnati after win..tiy Juir 17. having notltlcil the owners of tho vnm sn.l t'lnhs. il of all tho other clubs that there , uthorth lltiiburth ifl would be a special meeting or tne t isncr. Cleveland's Owner First to Comply With Baker's Work or Fight Order; Will Close Up Park To-Morrow Cl.EVKIiANI), 0 July "0. mazing tho trail for all tho other major league club owners, I'refsldent James C. Dunn of tho Cleveland Americans announced to-day that after to-morrow'a scheduled double header with the Athletic hern h" would close the local park for the duration of the war. President Dunn Is tho first club owner to express his opinion on the ruling of Secretary of War llaker refjardlna the status of baseball players as em ployees of non-productive occupation and the first to take such a drastic f land before the matter could 1m discussed with the other club owners. Mr. liuin sent tho following tlegratii from his home at Chicago: "We will play a double header with Philadelphia to-morrow and will then close the lull park for the balance of the season at least- It Is our desire to comply promptly with Secretary Ilaker'a nilinp, on baseball." No word has yet been received from any of the other magnates IndlcattiiR what they Intend drlng before the ruling is actually put Into effect. race nt Yonkcrs yesterday afternoon. He. then turn"d in disgust and walked off tho porch Into tho club house. Mr. Sanford had u starter in tho race. Gex. and he finished a poor third. Lyke. tho best Jockey of tho season, had tho mount, but ho evidently couldn't make the Sanford horse run. Hank O'D-.iy got away In front nnd Winner of This Match Clashes With Kumagae in Chal lenge Round To-Morrow. UTICA, July 20. Ward Dawson of California nnd Scllchlro Kashlo ot Japan will meet to-day In the final round ot the annual New York Stat championship lown tennis single tournament on the clay courts of th Ynhnundnsis Golf Club, The winner of this match will met ! Ichlya Kumagao In the cballeng , round to-morrow afternoon. I Doth Dawson and Knslilo cams through to the final brackets by vic tories In morning and afternoon. Daw ton defeated I). C Fulton of Seattle In the early play by a score of 3-, 64. fr-3. and In the afternoon his victim j was Frank T. Anderson, the slxteetw ' year schoolboy star, who went down in i a three set struggle at 4 C 03, C-i I Kashlo started his day by defeating Fred Anderson Jr. by a score of t a, 1 , 61, and In, the afternoon ha took: the measuro ot Fred's father at C I. 83. Miss Molla HJurstedt, national woman champion, arrived In Ctlca ready to take part in exhibition matches on thu Vahnundas.a courts to-day and Sunday. Kumagae, the champion, sent word that he will reach this city to-day and be ready to defend his crown on Sunday. Mrs, II. Stuart (Irecn nnd Miss U O. Morrnn defeated Miss Marie Wagner and Miss C. Winn in the final round of the doubles In Women's Eastern New York championship lawn tennis tournament at Tleasantvllle. The scorn was 6 t. 61. The ease and despatch with which the victors disposed of tho formidable Miss Wurrner and her part ner caused much surprise, but It waa agrrej by critics that the bolter team won. .Miss Wagner reached the final round of th women's singles by dof'atlnir .ru 14. u;iiiii, ii t, o . 1 III' liiL- Ii'd all the way, wtth no nno to dU- j tcr made a plucky fijjht throughout, putc tho Issue with him. Jusou' at, j!a1ndWaMirsSTa,g,ne,;Pw!,.,l.,,,',tee,rMI Uout followed Hank and Gex was Hdltli Handy in the final of the sin next In the proco.-alon. There wasn't Bles this morning, any ehangu in thu jiositlons nt tiny : ,.1,e, semi-final round of tho stage of the race. Thoso who had w"nV. " Jo,UDlcl' M.r'V 'J- :sti'.art 'i"" novo from turn ns the field raced c 0. Miss Wagner and Miss "Wlnri down tho hack stretch, but there eliminated Mrs. T V. Lynch and Mls wasn't on ounce of speed In his make- ' Hdith Handy. 6:, 7 .1. in tho mlxei up. Wo don't know whnt displeased doubles Marie Wagner and II. H. Hass Mr. Sanford. but whatever it was It f"rd defeated Miss U llobbs und War seemed to aJfect tho crowd tho same ! Tfa JC0U''' JOE LEONARD WINS OVER BRADY IN HARD BATTLE. SYrtACUSn, July 20 Joe Leonard. the nggresslvo Hrooklyn bantam weight, kept up hl winning streak MAJOR LEAGUE AVERAGES Compiled by Morcland Neirs Bureau way. One disgruntled nemon umi Gex never had u chance to win. He loudly called attention to tho assist ant starter's holding him on the post, und as hp expressed It, dolnr every thing lo keep him from getting awav. It Is not for us to say whether or not Mr. Sanford had any run-son for com plaint, but Gex curt.ainlv didn't m.i n no ciU1 run. or course, ho may havo lit re last night at the Onondagi milked. Oood horses which don't wtn a. c by whipping Young llr.nly of this ustrill,. ,.hnt! r'XVel1 u ,do 'i0,.r', c"y "' le" ' t" I'ardeit fought rounds x.?& TIT T f.'""h.' others wa3 n hard fought one trom the rt Tt. first one nnd then the other taking tho Four favorites ran home In front at lu"1' Hrady was the cleverer of tho Yonkets yesterday, kc-eplni; up a fair I two. while l-'onard kept tearing in nnd meeting, iwo of them wore at odds m,.. in,. i..,,th i ihu ur,.n-. h..n, on. but they Won anil that's all uny 'mi.t In the rentro of Ibo r.na. ami fnr th cniir.- tin ci' nitmiles siuggua at one an other In demoniac fury. The fight wns such n hard fought ono that the chaiiceii tire that the boys will be rematched. Hrady. nlthoiiKlo whipped, tried to win the fight by liox-v trig Leonard, but the latter would lower bis beau aim rush in ana score, witn both hands to face and body time and ono can ask for. a.. l rniriir Itnltlnir A,eroce - - 1 - --. ..... .......u,, IJUU luorli of r.iujeri bo ruts up to i iiiought well enough of her chance I.very onco In n wdlle something hitlipeus at tho race that would niako a doubting Thoma-s think the sport, wasn't on the up and up. Tho bust race of the day yesterday waa food for thought. Nan Knoohr won IL much to tho surprise of every hundl- : time again ca,pior. put per trainer. "Hub" May, trills. liMiiruenn this city next Wednesday lor , lnrt. riaeinn'i the purpose of discussing the que- IVale. N York tlon which threatens to cIomj the ball , Kautf. N Yoik parks and to declile what courso the llnlkshrr. tyi.i loagun will pursue. A II ro 77 J. ('. (Nmllh. llailciD. . Ivulsrt, llnnkbn . . Merkli-. taikwi OTanrll. CWiJ .. '.vhmjraU. HiwiMm rii. Ctoni.t'sil NKW Y'OUK IVrdiiiand Seliupp, Will iam I'irrltt. A I luiimrer, i:pcl Ciiuo, l.mvls M Carty, William llarlden, Walter llolke. (ivo. lluins, Joseph Wllholt IM Sleklint, lieorxi Smith, Jack linden. Hubert Sttile, Lawrence !o)lo Total. IV 1IHOOKI.YN -lliirlclnh ililmes, HuIm Muniuard. fllher (I'Mnra. IUri Myers. Karhary Wlut, James John lon H Hobertson. Nikon, Otto Miller Mark Wheat Total. 10. HOSTON'- Arthur Nohf, Dana Fll tliiKlm. Cat Hegan. Canavnn, John Hau lings. J C irllsle Smith. James Smith. Hoy Mnssev. Itlrhnrd Itu ilnlph, Murpb,. Al WU-M.'ilid. Waller Tragesser John Henry. Arthur Wil son Total H I'HlLAIiLI.I'lllA -Mike I'renderxnsl joe nesriiKer. lien Tin. up llmilli-y llogif. LdiMird Hums, M w. Win son. Jnek Adams. Mlltmi Stork, Dave Hnnrroft Jusinn I'ltsirornld. Hmll leusei, i ri'ii w iiiiims, lamer Jaeons I'earce, IM lenilni.-u Total. . ClltCAlll-.liimes Vaughn, Cliunle llciullin. Phil Douglas, lieorge Tiler lllluni Kill, for. Hob ll'Fmrell. Fred Meikle, .MeCbbe, Walker. Cartel, Charles Holloeher. Charles Deal, Will lain Wormian Leslie Mnnn. Turner Hiirlier. Mux nark. Tntnl. 16 CINCINNATI-Dirk Allen .Ins Ring Wheeler Dell. Hor.i e IJtli-r. Thomas lirlfrith. Henry ilroh. Harln Nisile l'ete Sehneliler, ll.iny Smith, Fred Tone,. lv Wliigo. Leu Mugrc. To- I'lTTSIU'HliH Carsnn HUhee. Wilbur Cooper Mux Carey, Soulhw i.rtb. ;r. sklne Mner. Hen Shaw Slnpnlkn Cnmstoek. Jiimes Catnn. William Mc Keehnle. Lei. King, Frank Miller Wnllei Sihinldt. (ieorue Cutshaw' Fred Mntlultz Total. IJ ST LllfIS William loiik. Holers llorntby. I Meiidoiis. LiiKene I'ncksrd. I.'uirent' I'auletta, Jnnies ooijioe. i, iiuam rtnerueii, tjrltnm r ii.ii'-i , .Muiit'iiry Total 1!. Numlier In bnlli league "36 players. Iletzel, Mnttuck! That all the ball parks In tho coun try will have to closo their gates If the ruling ot Secretary llaker Is en forced. Is the linn belief of President Toner, nccnrdlnir to statements he made nt Cincinnati before leaving for ! Ilinsh. Clndnnui Now York. Hn declarwl that tlmoif.. vh-t. Hr.kiyn should bo lOlowed in order that the magnates could decldo bow to pro tect ttv.lr Interests under the sug gestions of Htcretary Haker 1n his ruling. Fiosldent Harrj' N. Hompstead of tbe Giants is nlso In the West travel ling with the club, ns Is Charles H. Kbbets, owner ot thn Hrooklyn Club. Col. Jacob Ituppert, part owner of the Yankees, Is In town nml Is expected to confer with Manager Hugglns to. day on the iuestlou of protecting tho olilh Interests tn case tho affected players nro suddenly ordered to leave tho club. Secretary John 11. Foster of the Giants, is quoted as saying thnt the Giants will finish tho playing season with minor league pin) or if neccs- l sary. I'remiieni nno n. jounson oi the American league, leaves tne ia'e of his organization entirely tn tho hands of the Administration M in m :to 3JT : sirr tt 10 M lit to tm is :.vj m ssi l J.OiTiMton lln.klm. 74 -7 1 lutlsw, IMUJursh ... 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National l.rnniir rhrSirrs' H'p lo Jn' 17.1 ilehfrt n.l dill II. W. irv ) . o u llunlllim, IHtihil ll't, p lers... . re. Ilpmklin . 'I'irnm. N )or. I-iu2tM, I'liics;.! . . Hunt, llrs, mull ., otirlin DiU-He .. ,lt, r, llalmrch . Tl.-r nii-Kii .... i 4U.-) , Npw York. ii.-iwiru. i .nm TWO MORE WAR HEROES. Must llrnnur I'nslnr nnd raasnlo lloetor Win Honors In I'm nee. The Hev. llenrv J, Johnston of Hist Orange. N. .1 . pastor of the Methodist I'plseopal Church there, now with the Y. M C. A In Frnnre, has been clteil by the War Department for braver) In the leg llled coiiiiter-attirk of Thursday. Tin- Itev. Johnston, "cut off by Herman I, i-mi!. for ulv linors. flnnllv li-..k hrouKh with a fmall squad of Aninrl. I !'""" ,N v i'vn.i' ' ' i" enns and nrks nil da help'ng bring In J.ul,,n'( ' i""'.'.'. a It 11 n ST it; .'o 4tt l'-t i'i :ti 3S 70 4.' ior. 32 M 30 74 :n nr I s II : Itt 01 31 7i HI BS Rl S.I : :.7 4H M 3T Ht .M S-l III KI .-. :. 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'.'I' . 2'W .2t ,iirr ,27 .2ti .'.'til o. 1.1 T.1 70 73 I'i : 23 42 f2 18 M 7 2..I 30 lit 2.U lliiHn IM'lrolt HriLtiuu. luJll .... 77 r. I. in. M UiUK. M I ui.lv.--ll N ork... 3.1 l.iuti, tu.tiin .u ifit KinVrS. I'llKsco t-1 SIS l Joi.djuiii.W tAblra)il 42 lMl :l,ll. II.KIOU 7S 2tl :il7 21U ail .114 .2M1 314 2.U 320 7 ulie Wsnlilmrtun. . . .12 'tvklli.uiiiM .N,-w surk nl It tli r iii-Ui.1 I'.llull'n, l'4aito ... Imtaii. , A.iliuiton ... Khm Alll!rtliw r. -i tn, a rt . M. Uiiuj. . Uhitciiuti. luntii .., liand'lv t'hlctuo .... .l.'tiK-le, Sv York., NiiiMiutlwr, t-4. UmiU. Mtisrl, St, I.MU4. 113 SOT h2 '-".) 41 1IL1 74 2H.I 4.1 173 Bl i'lM .sm . 2112 .2IJ .ltd . '."Ik i Itrrorils- wounded and assisting iloi-tnrt at ml- 'iirrwirr. I'nirtntnti' viinrea urcssing siation, rraus the re- mi. it '"u" ,wrj l:ii-l.itili l.w'on .... I' Dr. William Dodqe of No 16(1 High I"',','"' r'Wt "" Hi reel. I'ussale. N J.. was mentioned for j uatisin.' I'hiit.lli.hii! lettreine iiravery in tsKini; twelve wound- 'io.iii"r, i'iiMiti;ti nd men bark to under heavy fire. the dressliiK station RACING SELECTIONS. YONKERS. Atkin. b.rolMm." h wrnU. hii n-hAn ,n,i ' oir nriio. Illllll t over here nnd see the horrible .qM-m,a iiroi. Knur. Tnm iirT.ti.iri poutres committed aralnst innocent St. Itldore. I'l.lrd Run--Snot p on. Lord Hriu-h. curl ltnce Jack Hurt Jr, I'jpp NlBhtitlck, Ihnpress. Wonder- r mirth ' Hi eniint FKtb Hiiro -Msrmn Gooabv, Sixth Itaoe Lackawanna, tuun, Thlitledon. Soldier llnrli Wins llnslly, Snldler Mack of Camp Dlx exhibited bis tlKlitlng fkill against Tommy Steno of Newark In an right-round bout at Troxler's llymnasliim. In Newark, lust idgbt and at the end of. thu rontect waa an easy winner nn points IIAM-.1IAI.I. TO-DAY. ramo. I So P, M. N. Y i-ouit, 1'iu urouaaa, : nniiii rirst Yankst, vs. at. Xim. ftOo. Alvt, litis nun Itotinn i.rlnit. Iirootiin . Ilrndrraul I'hllJ . . iM ll.ton II I'hiluMiihla. . . V.'.wter. O lcta I Main I'talnlrii.tiii... citen-m, Ne York, aiml. ks. I'titehati'i I'Mtxtok. I'llijtmnib. JilitiMin SI, liuU . Aium, rll Lnii limn. II xton lliadoin, Ht. louls... HI la !? It is s H II IS 3 4 It !i 12 II N I s s n ii 4 I 4 3 4 .1 II 3 10 7.1 311 1 IM til 1'0 122 112 HI lis t',11 IM 111 Ait. 1IKI ItioO IIKO ..'.17 .Mkl .Mhl 773 .7:.ii : 4TT .71 II .r.M .ftrr .t'l'.T .ffil iv.'J )'n,ll .w )ork .Mrlnntt, ll..lsi .... 'Tt-umai, Ikwion .... S'tntse, Iti-tma .... Vuiliu St. I'sits.. . J. Colllut, Clai-'o... .1 T2 711 l.-l .1.1 2,1 KI 7S 70 14 isi 271 2s S 201 lltl .V) 224 Hi" ion 201 fo :i:t 4tl s 41 1 44 I 3.1 41 SO tl 2V IS 32 Ki 2-t 41 M 2S t2 3.1 3S 3 4 :s s 4.1 II) 4U 40 24 31 3S 21 10 2. 4.1 hi a 3.1 3.1 2-S s 5S II II. 13 10.-. ItsJ, tti C.1 ini 1,1 M u SI 34 7f. S7 H.' Ul l Ml bl NS 7S Nl 21 111 AH Vtl SO :il ki 7ti 44 7S 411 M 4S 72 -, M 3S 13 37 2S f.s 31 A'. I .404 ..ISO .34S .330 .3 17 .324 .310 .314 .311 .308 .;!! .303 ,302 .300 .UM .'.US .aw .1311 ,2ll .2 .2T .2M ,24J .2X1 ..Ml .2TS .270 .274 .211 .271 .2711 .270 .2U7 .207 ,2t.7 .2111 .2,41 .203 .2M .2t;i .'.til .iUt ,2li0 .2tO .2;'it .r.T .'.'.IT .2.17 .237 ,2.' .244 American l.fitnur I'ltrhrrs' llerordi. dp u Jutj )7.) Pltrlirrt arxl flubs. !. Mattrrauli, WtuUn. 2 I,vj, V, tsli iii.m... 1 Walton, AllilelK .... 1 )lul)ii.-tui, lUMt.m ... . ILiiv-ti, anlii:4.icn .. 3 rU-r. 4'bl.aiM ...... 11 'r.iorni4lil-u. Ntfti )urk 12 to have a couple of century notta on hnr. In view of the fact thnt nhn stopped very badly In her last race after running about throe furlongs. May's wuger Boomed daring. As the nnnlilr-llrstilrr n I DyrLiunn 411. Tho newly orgnnlzed Kiugshridga Athletics, with Mr-tVirry and Tee aj battery, will play two strong teams .n a double-header at Dvrknmn Oval, near lJvrktii.in str--t kuuway siniion, race was run. It was plain that May ...nrrnw. In the first gime the King "umi i iiiruwing nnyining nway. i bridge nine win meei nnruB i-oiei ji.ni, llotion .,i t)t. it.itit'11 . . . I..,,,., ,n,.i ork. . , tlallit. M. Uhiu. . Went. I'hicaio . .. . 1IU-..I1. riii.vj . A .1-, Allikil.., M.irlim. fleteliii.l i:. 2.1 2tl IT lit 10 4 1H ll'j, I W J,' tl l.VlliillItO0 I'll ' s 1 i'. tn.l'. rkie.tnd .... 21 Lin i - i" . u:uu v lltl I. VI IM HO 42 H.' IS 18 iii Mil 101 '.71 ..113 .MS Vtl .1.11 ..'.. I UD ,ro . .en MO .rs,t M,l IVI .Ml .47 .43.1 437 !. i.iul l.trnit 21 11 .. r-r. U.i.lna.nn... 24 Uitunl Uvtoit ... . 1 - I'.avltttlc. I'lirtflilel 2-1 Ucural,- New )ork. . 2T llllslt. lUutoil 20 I. iitn I'.nv.ii 1 fhorktr. St. Una II -lu'llrnhtch i nuM". . HI -.ill.nr.in, St Uj.t .. Si ..ri.atl flciilltid ... 1.4 luttkry. Net )ork.. .1 i l".-.riii , 12 lujhj. iVi.ind 33 I I. 11.1. HtlAilt , . ... 21 Ktllio. .Prfrott H iTinr. Ati'l'll" H2 Ajert. Wtsblojvm ... -J iiciaos, IMUolt 13 W. I,. II. As, 2 0-4 1000 i ii t iuun 1 0 4 llOU 1 0 2 list) 1 0 lo nasi 4 1 ,0 ,M) I V 2 4 ,77S ii :i fo .730 , 14 7 ISO ..--'I 10 4 134 .cirr 5 4 PIT ,t7 u a mi .Mir 4 2 dl .007 2 1 IT .cor lo a i:ri .i,i 1,1 111 )t2 .tl It 6 117 .ftl 3 2 40 .UKI 10 7 llrt ,.1M 7 .1 ltlh ..ls.1 5 U lilt .371 J.l pi 177 ..V1.1 l 7 I2! .Mkl 11 tt I All .S.VI 11 3 74 ,M4 A IS ..143 7 Ii 101 ..VU, II S III 42!l 2 2 Ot ..'4TO I 1 7 ..Vrt 1 1 21 ,K) 11 12 ill.' .41S K II 13.1 .471 U T 1.14 .482 .1 S D .444 12 14 HU .444 10 !t .444 4 W .Mi Utixtori got his lllly nway In front. and It waa a case of get mo If you can. Tho favorlto Sylvano tried linn! but was no match for Nan, and Uahlndu was never a rerlnus con tender. Thn stewards might havn asked Mr. May to nxolaln the. differ ence In the filly's last two races, but If they did wo don't know anything about It Thorn may bo homo consolation for tho losrs on Dahlnda to know that ono of our best known stewards thought sho would win nnd wagered accordingly. Flags Is about tho speediest trick running around hero over sprinting dlstnncos. He got away badly yes terday in tho Mahopac Handicap, but quickly found his racing legs and carries! hln 123 pounds Invpost to nn easy victory. Noilly Followcs was sore In tho club house boforo tho running of thn third race. His Mlnto II. was favorite nnd on form looked n good thing, but 7cl lowej, was Inclined not to wager on chances. "They boat mo tn the prlcn nnd I won't bet," ho told nn Inquirer i Thero wasn t a more enthttslstic rooter nt the track than Followes as I Mlnto torn through tho homestretch, very much In front. W. C. Wrnnt, owner of Dan. which finished third to Mlnto nnd lack ' Stuart, evidently thought the winner wns entered too cheaply nt 11.000. When the Imported gelding was put up for miction ho ran his prlco up to (3,100. Jliat J1.100 more. j Llttlo floorgle Walton Is almost 1 twenty-one yenrs old. Ho looks like nil... lid rmlA nnntkiF nt hla .lnvn. ' rices on Htnrry Hnnner nnd had little trouble bentlng Poa Cull and Peru glno, two supposedly good things. nnd In the feature tho Camp Merrltt" team Will oppose i fit- iiuuitt ouou. Camp Merrill ban Whltted, Tlncup, Dlulhoefer and MeOlafflgnn. formet'.y of the rhllljes. In thn lineup. In addi tion to Kubo Hresslor, ono of Matt'.s Hods. J RACING EMPIRE CITY TRACK (YONKKItS & .MOI'NT VKItNOX) MONDAY Fleetwing Handicap and 5 Other Stcrllnn Contcstfl riiWT ilxck at u.ttn P. .11. Sil'WIAI, HAi I! THAIN leave, Dranrt Central TennliiHl. Harlem Pulsion, at I 2d P M. Ileiculur train, to Mt. Vernon Bt 11 33 12 30 1 35. 2 33 I' M Adilltlaiial trains Hats. All train, ston at 12.1th St Alto Mi West Farms or l.enox Ave Suliwny to Mu't Avt trtiMierrlng n Wi.oillawn Hint on Jernins Ave Ihenca bv trot. lv. hjo nth antl nth Ave "L" and HutiMay tn IVomtlnnn SUition. Jerome Ave hcnc by troliev. I. rami -tinoii & i-twium-H, i-.i..,,,. H.llr-.. I.IU'i, InrludluK Wnr Tm. it ROLLER SKATING CI GRAND CENTRAL PALACE NOW OPEN . Efltiro rirtli Wmr tat HAtlnc. ADMISSION 30c. Admission Includes Skates Ward's Jazz Band TVnvnl Ileservm nt Olyniplr Field. To-morrow afternoon nt Olympic ' Field, 13Cth Street nnd Fifth Avenue,! Wll leiimn ill loan,- mrir lirst no pesranco at this grountl, In the open ing gntne nt 1.30 P. M. the, Chevroley Club from Tarrytnwn will tackle the Lincoln Olants. The Tnrrytnwn boys are considered the best Independent SUNDAY klTV.lt.MMlN AM) KV1IN1NO, LEXINGTON AVE. I'm- ITth St. Kntrunrr. n.,.bn,n (1ul lljctonan Hub. Butloa, Uycliman uval, io-.mihi i r, u OAl.A. DAY DOUIII.K IIKADIlll. rOI.I.Dl.i: IM1INT and CAM I MKKItl rr vs. KrorirtinliMl KIMiSIIHlllliH A I Ill.l.-ril'S. Whltti-d. Tlncup. Dlelhoerfr nd McGat. club In the middle of the State and ' v.''?,rPn,lC,1 iV'VtlTlriti hneun,,re"1,t expect tn give the colored champions " Merrill line up, a hard battle. In the final game the I ' crack Navnl Itoserve team, who have ri VMPIP PIFl ri made sn enviable reoord this vrnrJ UL.TrViriC rltUU will play the Lincoln Giants. The j jnoth St. A nth Ay. TO-MOB. 1.30 r, M, riiavvi iieservcs arc mtat up or rormer I minor league players who have a gooa recora Dotn in ttDJC fielding and hit- I LINCOLN GIANTS v. NAVAL RESERVES U UtUUd Hutu Sanies, tl .3vC'' 'JUKI 'ttS"i ft naniaiti