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sr. Lift BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK'NEWYORKA.C. ACTING AND FIGHTING DON'T MIX WELL Oopyrixht, If If, by The Press rubllsolag Co. (The New York Evening World). on tr, lulio WINS JUNIOR TRACK AND FIELD HONORS CAREER OF RING STARS Jaok Dcmpscy's Dislike for Thespian Art Recalls How Fighting Days of Corbett, McGovern, Nelson and Other Champions Became Numbered When They Appeared' Before Footlights Willard Thought Himself Great as Movie Pioturo Actor. By Robert Edgrcn. Cotmlrtt, 1919. tr Ths lr IMMIihln Co. (Tim New Tork EYWitnr WerMl. IHLU by the letters of Jnck Ktnrns, innnncer of Champion Jack Dctnp scy, that Dcmpsey Is wonry of being ftn actor -vrn a very sood nctor, i-uch an Kcarns says he Is and Is longing for a battle. Western Boys Take Only Six Titles, While the East Lands Thirteen. sir ft v ft fceln a lot mora at home In trunks boiled shirt that makes him feci llko (ntlkcr or a boaster. Ho It doesn't front of a crowd and tell how boH- "knocked Willard kicking" or spring a lot of "gags" about himself and Ms own experiences. To step Into a ring ud walk over at tho bell and tap omo big fellow on tho chin a ow times and walk out again and get money for It that's a business, ac cording to Derapsoy. Especially now that be, can get almost anything be asks for suro, Dcmpsey ought to cut out this stage stuff r.nd stick to his own game. I could namo offhand a dozen cbanv ptona who lost out as lighten when they got the notion they wero actors. Latest, for Instance, Jena Vlllardt Jess told me In Juno ho expoctod to havo a tremendous futuro as a movie herd. lie had Just discovered that he had peculiar talent for posing, and that bo looked every bit as good as this fellow Fairbanks, for Instance. No, Jess didn't put It that way, ex actly, but I could follow his thought. He 'said when he could cop about 1100,000 by Just posing for a few wooks It Would be foolish to do any moro fighting. Ho as soon as he had whipped Dcmpsey ho would sell his Karuua home, house, furniture unit til. fci.d at csca establish hlmwdf In Ion Angeles, ready to poso every tlmo anybody tossed him a contract and u hundred thousand beans, llo had u rosyfuture all mapped out. I thought of ttiat when poor old Jeas, In that second round at Toledo, stncKcrod tmlf-hl nrrn.n thft rlniT Ot DemPSCy. -.' . - - ...i.i his Quo umlamagou optic poppeu wnm open in a Klaro or uuer qrapcruuuii, . his heavy arms pumping ,ln,.'" ft! lA.nnip, n roneh and beat down Urn youngster, whoso furious nttaj"! 'n , nnt miind had unset everything I'll bet Jess didn't think of himself us losing a fight Just then. Ho was lon Ing it career. If ho was knocked out ho'd never bo a f 100.0U0 movlo horol Willard's "Pose" Now Is Behind the Plough. Arid be won't bo. I enw a few weeks later that. Instead of selling his Kansas furm and moving to U' Angeles, ho bought a blggor farm In Kansas. He's going to stay there. qui the point about Willard aud the tage stuff Is this! Jess was a whale of a champion when ho knocked out Johnson at Huvaniu lmnieditttiUy afterward he was started on a tno atrlcVl career. At first, llko UimpwY. h. Mn iiim II. Imt nfter a little he went Into a circus and began to get all worked up over himself. They told Jeulho was clever and h bcllcvod It. It iVmlnds mo of one day, about twenty years ago, when I went into J4m ;Corbett's barroom In Now Yotlt to Interview Jim. I hadn't socn Corbett for a year or two.land tny recollection of nlm was as ft clever boxer who needed only a punch to muke lilm a first-class champion. . . . 1 Tho moment Corbett saw me no asked curiously If I Had heard his Jmonologue." No," said I. rvmi nn-rht to hoar 1L" ald Cor bett earnestly. "It's great. Why. tW 'nil tell me I've got Oeorco Keller Golden backed off tho boards." rwvi.lt n nnnther fistic cent and champion who forgot how to fight rhn ha fnltnwivt thn footllirht trail, Yes. Champion Jack ought to stick to the ring. It's a good thing ne doesn't like theatrical life, and It will be better still If be breaks away bo foro.ee begins to llko lu "Stage Stuff" Beat Terry McGoVcrn. Remember Terry, McGovern. great est of 'm all In his line a small Jack v ti. it.n,l in "nriirlr 'em nut" in it round, llko Jack. Htago life ended bis career. Ho was a champion without a peer until bo began to think ho was an actor. Taken from a show, rushed through o, lltUo train ing Inu met Young Corbett. At that time Young Corbett didn't know "the show gome." Ho was a fighter not a poBcr. Later ho wont tho same way. Bob Flttslmmons was "the Honest niacksmltb" on the stage after bo had won tbe world's championship by knocking out Jim Corbott. The stagn stuff cost him his title. First Place, Kits accepted tho match with Young Jim Jeffries, without even taking tho trouble to look Jim over, because he needed money to pay for a lot ot the atrical paster printing be had or dered. Two years away from fight ing,, he underestimated Young Jeff's ability. He tried to rush JofT off bis feet. Jeffries, by the way, waa one of the few, successful fighters I've known who went on tho stago and didn't lose by It. Jeff played "Davy Crockett," andl looked tne part ton, nut ten Jeft ho was a "good actor" and he'd laugh. "Me an actorl" ho used to say. "1 know how much of an actor I am, LcaVe actlnr for Corbott and Fits Maybe they're actors." Battling Nelson lasted a long time, tutJegan to fnde away when he be can& atago-struck. I met Iiat .when he tame down to New York after Meting In Boston with his first mon OMfJMC i Wj u wuy. win1 ubu Anil why not? Winning fights Is tho easiest thing Dempsey does. It In usually only a con pi o of minutes' work for him. Now that he Is cham pion he wilt expect to bo well paid for any battle. Theatrical work meting matinees and nlRhtly performances for day and weeks and months to pet the amount of coin Jack can earn with his fists In a few rounds. Ilcsldos, hn likes fighting, and he and shoes than In a dress suit and a a waiter. Dcmpsey Isn't naturally coiuo easy for him to statnd up In and still has a very high opinion of Ual Nelson. "Hav." said Hat enthuslantlcally. "I got Corbett and Kits and them othrr flghtcr-uclors looklnir like hams Y ought to seen inu In lloston. I packed the house, an' when I told 'em my funny stnrlis about my experi ences I knocked 'cm right off their sen Is. Y' ortcr seen mo in my dress suit. I was a hit, believe mo. I'm going right on an act. an I bet I II be a chumplon on the stage. Nobody ain't got nothing on me acting! Hhrrtly afterward Il.it met a young person known as Ad wolgnst. 1 mat Young Corbott behind tho scenes at n burlGsuuo show a week after ho leaped to sudden fame by knocking out tho great McGovern, "You want to remember, kid." said I, "that this sort of thing doesn't K3 with righting." "Oh, I'm wise," said Young Cor bett. "This ls Just to pick up sumo easy money. never rail for It." Hut ho did. And his caroer was as short as It was glorious. Then thero waa J. Kdward Brltt, who beat Ourbott. llrltt hnd real h'.strlonlp Went, and an education to back It. itu stuck U) fighting, boat oven Mattllng Nelson twice when Hat v. us nt his bent, missed the cham pionship when Qans stopped him, and niirrwnrii neenme nn actor, and a Hucrejisful one. That's the time for a fighter to "aet"tvhca his ring uaya aro over. uuiiipsoy win do cnnmpion for a long ume ir no sucks to fighting and tnkes caro of himself. Tho dynamic yiicrgy no unloosened with such (minting results when he whlnned ' , " 11 urn tho giant Willard In practically one roUnd Is born In uui .row men. i)omI),,.y Ls one In millions. With clean living and strict attention to , .. , ' '. ' . nn for flvo ; yiian ut f", ooiwi wanuer from tho fighter's trail ho will bo as unique Buccrss In tho ring usually elves A mnn n nrnttv xood opinion of his nblllty. If a lighter doorm't como to tho conclu sion that ho has Irving looking llko nn amateur ho thinks he's clever enough to bent tho ponies. Kid McCoy hns dropped fortune nt tho rnco tracks. Goorge Gardner Inst n barrel on tho races. Terry McGovern dropped $40,000 In ft week, when he Inst his mental polso. Young Cor lett onco won KO.000 In one dny, and lost It and mnrtgnged his purso for tho second SlrGovcrn fight within tho week. Hob Fltwlmmons ost H00.000 , In tho Etock mnrkot on a "friendly tip." Leach Cross wan "broke" for yenrs, playing Willi H'rcet. 1 could reel off a hundred moro. nut what's tho mo7 A flchter wlin wins success should nlwaya atlek to nia irauo. LEONARD WON'T KEEP HIS WEIGHT A SECRET. Ttllly Glhon, manager of Chamnlrin IJenny Ioonard, announces Ieonnrd will weigh 135 pounds ring stdo for his bout with Johnny Dundeo at tho Newark Sportsmen's Club on Wednesday night. Home people have sugcited tlmt ueonanrs weignt at which, he la to nght Dundeo should not be kept a t-iiuk. i m noi uring iq Keen It a secret. Wo signed up to fight Dundee at the llghtwclcht limit In New Jerw The New Jersey Toxlng Commlsjlon. I unaarstanu. tias fixed a lightweight I'mlt in tltat Htate at 1!S pounds. That's what Uonnrd will weigh when he boxes Johnny Dundee." Ivonard boxed eight rounds at top speed nt StUlman's Gymnasium yester day afternoon, using Froddy rtceie. his brother Charley and Joe TJenjamtn n siiarrlng purtnora. The men used big glovns, but at the finish of tho dny's woik Charley lonard doclarad that Dvi.iij- n inn nj imrucr mnn ever. "IJenny lost three pounds fighting Johnny Clliilnn In Byrscuse last Monday night," snld Charley, "llo got back only uno puuiiii vt im, inu snows that his irnining m geiting mm down to real ' ll,IJUll) WtJUIilUIl. MILTON ENTERS BIG RACE AFTER LEAVING HOSPITAL. Although an accident nearly cost Tommy Milton his life at an miin .... In unioniown last month the Intrepid speed king within a few hours after leaving the hospital to-day MMiinM nil puii ot compoting in the champion- ship moet at Shocpshesd uy next Saturday. Tins race will fix the ara- nii'i .tnnrllni. nt L.oln- ... i.,,. drivers and Milton said It would require a straltjacket to keep him away from the chanco of testing U jpeod with Da j'aima, iiuuoru, liowartl, Thomas, the Chevrolet brothers and other noted cui?noJnk. wb? " !trlve 10 wl" ?..hJeh. .ra"klne ln "" e of tbe 1319 neasori x1n,..V, J;iui..ki. vi berg, captured the flr.l comMtltl", t Unlontown. In all subsequent mreti ho flnhihed consistently with the leaders and had n exc lent chanon to wrst i&'ytL .1 Jr,H 5!PJ? .P? ton car blew a tire and he was nearly I Hilled when the machine rammed a fence. Jie nas oeen connnea to a ho. - pits! ever since and few believed he -woui, yer drlvo acala this yaac a Tei.b.y rA'fjojeRii cxtuieo 4 niMittr nu mis ikow"Fo. a Man o' War Sure to Be A Prohibitive Favorite In the Futurity To-Bay Samuel Riddle's Juvenile Looks So Formidable He Has Scared Away Lots of Entries for Classic Worth $35,000 to Winner. lift Vincent Treanor. TIB richest and most famous turf classic In America will bo de cided this afternoon at llelimml Park. It ls Tho Futurity, worth JiS.000 Blncn Its Inaugural In 18S8. when Sam r.rynnt'fl 700 plater, l'roct&r Knot, , , , , ,,', .. ,, fcftl t"0 lmniortnl Halvntor by a neck, tho stako has been worth a fortune and has attracted the beat Juveniles in tho country. This year It will bo no different. Klght hundred and eighty-nlno entries wero received for tho event, and of this number 109 aro still ollglblo to Mnrt. Hut because of tho greatness of ono of them, only cloven huvo been named over night to start Tho mighty ono which drove a host of royally bred youngsters to cover ls Hamuel IUddlo'a Man o' War, the glnnt chestnut son of Fair l'ln and Mahubah. This colt is unquestionably tha best Juvenllo of tho year, and dcspito the fact that ho will curry lit pound and give uway wrlght to Ills opponents, will bo tho favorite. He will bo a pro hibltlvo fuvorlto and 1 to 3 will bo a generous price against him, Last nlht It was the opinion ot nil practical turfmen that Man o' War will win barring an accident. If ho has good racing luck ho Is.expocted to romp homo an cosy victor. Loulj Fcuatel, the capaWo trulnur who de veloped his speed and has alre-idy earned jo.ouu wun mm, sua yoswruuy that it will bo no context If his charge geta (jway from tho post with li.a Held, and thut ho will bo tlhtlng hard for tha long ovent of tho puraj If ho is left at the post. Mr. Foumul has leupt the gTtnvt colt on edge mnce tho spring and for this rich purse gave, him only a low brecxes. They were ail tho colt needed, On Thurml.y morning bo sent him three furlongs nnd without being allowed to do l.ls best Mnn o' Wur stepped tlio lihiuiicq lu tho .Pncnomui ..j i Jomny Loftus will ride Man o' A K.im Ulldroth'a Dumlnloue. w. it Coo'a Cleopatra, C 11. Uowo's Miss Jemima and Harry Payno Whitney's i.h. n Hrlnr hav ahnu-n i-r.vit 'buiata of speed dur ng tho ymr and lne "r" " ""'u u'""u P,lieo honora. The otner conxeimnts, upiet, Tad rale, Captain Aleock, On Watch. Arethusa and Paul Jones, have thown nothing to warrant tho belief that thev will give Man o' War a fight nt II Mnn U'li, n-l.. 'any stage of tho Journey. 1 The race will bo decided at S.JO, and I It Is exioctcd that no of tho Inrgest crowds that over visited llelmont Park will be present to seo It run. Tho Boort yesterday wound un with nine-tenths of the racegoers hurling hisses and boots at the Judges. To I almost every one present Cvergay ' ' ' V NM,To B6 01lk W&o NT Ac-CX 4rr m0mm A cnBtae Clff ' SMALL FIELD FOR FUTURITY. llurac. Mini (' nt. . Mill .17111111111 , Homliiliiui. , . 1'iiiit .Innri , . , l'l'rt On Uulrh. . , . dipt. Alrork. , t'li'npMtru . . . rmlrali Mulni I. Urlrr Mn'llmii , , . WrUht. . . . . IUT J . . . . 1- -' . ... 1.2 . . . . IL'II ....llll ....till . ... I IT ....117 ....117 . .. .110 . Knminrr. . . Knapp. . . KrlMy . , It. Whltnty rntry. won thi last rnco by a good head, but tho Judge declared tlint Pllirr'm eiirned the puisc by a few Inches. v hen the olllclnl numbers wero hoisted thousands nf rncfirners L-ath. ereil nround tho Htnnd and Inirliil hisses, hoots and nil sorts of ugly re inurka at tho olllcials. Although tho track was In rood condition, thero wuh another two- aincc race, nnd tlilx tnrmwl mil in lie u Joke. It wua between John 1. Day and Cadillac and roHUlted In a gallop tor John 1. Day. Cadillac showed a good turn of speed for half n mllo aud men Polled to tho outer fenco. A real old-time kllllnir took nlnei. In tho Ccdnrhurst Handicap, when Jack Htuart camo touring homo in front, llo was backed so heavily that his iHlda dropped from 10 to 1 to 4 to 1. llo rollowcd Hoyro ltools to tho llnal fin long polo, where ho went to the front und won In a gallop. EVENING WORLD'S OWN SPORT HISTORY.) Ufhqt Llonnnnn funm flnu TENNIS. 1 " CIHCAOO.fiept. 13 Gerald L, Pat terson and .No niui n K. Hrookes, Aus tiallnns, winners of tho United States d mbles championship In tennis for 1319, showed their supremacy over Willtnm M. Johnston and Clarcnco J. Onllln ot Han Francisco, tho team that formerly twice held tho same honors, In the International matches. Miss .Marie Wngner, holder of the women's New York Btato tenuis cham pionship for the last two yearn and winner of tho first leg un the chal lenge trophy which was put up In 1'JlS. met With un unexpected reverse on the courts of the New York Tennis Club when she was put out lu the seml-lln.il round by her doubles part ner. Ml as Helen Oilledcau. Mrs. 11. T. Hilton, who ns Miss Ina Kissel was one ot tho leading metropolitan play i er a few yejira ugo. went Into the ' llnal of tho singles at tho expense of i Mrs. itoneri l.o noy unu win meet Mlsx (llllPilellU tO-morrOW llftOmOOn t o'clock for the championship i MISCELLANEOUS, ovitAMlvtp ' ri,'V rTroiTrnmmo of n S-.'irJ tT bwTuso of i .. "... .r Sept. 13, The Grand nine races was ot rain and tho i liumeo " , u ..... ,,,.-., lu Columbus, O. Kdwnrd v. t'op ueers, wno wns in-jun-d Monday when his colt Heglar bolted through tho rencc, left with his npsoclntcs for the Ohio city. Ho may nnt, however, bo ablo to drlvo next week. Hight of tho 1)0111 young men In polo will open the national championship tournament of 1919 to-day at the Philadelphia Country Club nt Data, in the ouhurbs ot that city, Vrya. Mawr, RACING SELECTIONS. BELMONT. First ltacu Arruh Go On, Adclc, Nightstick. He.-ond llace No selections. Third Itaci' Man o' War, Cleo patra, John V. drier. Fourth Kacn Purchase, I)im bo lie, Thunilenlnp. Fifth Itaeo Ivry. Doleful, Chas seur. Sixth Uaco Swirl. Northern nolle. Dickie. HAVRE DE GRACE. First I tact Itallyconncll, rilaen, Trunby. Seenn.t ltaco Crest Hill, htuceo. Otto Floto. Third linen Constancy. Carman dale, Parr entry. Fourth Itiict Ito.s entry. Slart IlnB. (Julotune. Fifth Knee Itoss entry. Clear (lone, Ho Fr-uik. , , K'xth Ilace Wattkeag, Hauberk. Warsaw. Seventh Hacc Jack Mount, Thrift, Huhiili. KUMAGAE AND RICHARDS IN FINAL FOR TITLE. TOIIONTO, Out.. Sept. 13. Ichlya ICuinngno, the Japnncjio tennis star, will defend his title to the Ontaro lawn tennis championship to-day ngalnst Vine, lit ltlrhards. the aeventeen-ycar- I old extiort from Yonkori. N. Y., ns a result of play In the semi-finals. Kiiuiagno ilefeated Waller WVubrook of Detroit. C t. 01. whllo Itlchurdj eliminated Harold Taylor of Urooklyn, (! 0, C 3. Tho Hlehnnla-Taylor con test did not produce tho brand of ten nis expeeteiJ. and the youthful star won in tun romarunniy snort lime nt twenty, live minutes for the wholn mutch. Kuiunguo hml moro difficulty In dts posing of Wibrook. In tho first set each player won on service until 4 all tutu been railed, when Kuinigao brok. through and took thn set. In tho sec ond thn Japanese champion played a much moro aiTKrosalvn game, vuntur lug to the net more frequently and scor ing placements nncr urii.unt volleying niiai napJC)5 ci til J udjr J tho local club, that haa won the, event live times mn. its start In 1900, will b.- represented this time In the Junior ennmplonsliip ,by itodmnn wuna tn.uur su, wtstcr lumioipn. it. r. Htrawbrldgp and H, H. Stniwhrtdijo jr. The opponents will be O. M. Heck chor, J. ('. Cooley, ller.liiinln 1 Oatins and Thomas I.e lloutllllcr 2d, rrpresent'ng tho Mondnw itruuk Club of long Island. CAMUIUIX1M. Mnss.. SiT)t. IS. Harvard's football coaching plans re ceived a Hhock to-day when It became known that llegglc Urovn, for years tho Crimson's strategist nnd tho man who has planned tho Harvard defenso ror tno vnie games, woum not no rtvnllnl.lo this venr. Brown hns beon conneeted with Hurvard football since he was a nlayer In the e.irlv nineties, and his keen diagnosis of Yale's style f play has been cons.deml u great factor townnl tne success tne wm brldgo teams recently have had. CINCINNATI. Sept. 13. Long lines or persons gatnercu on tno stairs at Wlculns Illock. or down tho street from tho Cincinnati National IVrngu tiaiebnll olllces, awaiting tneir tiir., to receive cards on which applications for World Herlos seats must bo writ ten. The prices given on the cards are: Grand stand, reserved, $5 50: grand stand, reserved (upper!, S3. 30; Held boxes. JO.fiOi pavilion (unre sorved), $2.30, and blonct're (unre served). Jl 10. Montgomery Scores Knorltnnt. Jim Montgomery, the middleweight champion of Ireland, knocked out Ullly Hlllcrs of the U. S, Army In tho Becond round of the star bout at tho Ilayonne A. C. last night. Mike McCabe of York vllle bested l)onnl MeFailden of Perth Amboy in the seml-flnal of eight rounds at to san show. William Clark Captures Senior Golf Championship After Four-Days' Battle Westerly, R. 1., Player's Card of a Gross Total of 169 Wins Popular Tourney at Apawamis for Golfers 55 Years Old and Over, . N' O ONE competing ln the second hnlf of the Senior Golf Asso. elation tournament for players flfty-flvo years or over at tho Apa wamis Club succeeded ln placing Will iam Clark, tho Westerly, H. I player, In eclipse. Mr. Clark. It will bo recalled, re turned a gross total of 109, which he carved out on Tuesday and Wednes day. That acore easily remained the best and ontltlcH him to bo known as thu seniors champion for 1919. For a tlmo yesterday thero was considerable uncertainty as to what golfer would have tho distinction ol making the best gross for the last two days. After his 89 on Thursday, Gcorgo II. IJarnos, tho Metropolitan Golf Association Treasurer, enjoyed a flight advantage over his closest rivals, but the Apawnmls man threw away his opportunities by taking 96 for his second trip round tho links. And I threw It nil away on tho greens," waa Uarncs'a comment as ho walked toward the clubhouse. Kven nt that, his totul of 185 re mained tho best until lata In thu day, when Hldmon Mclllo of Knglcwood supplemented a 92 of Thursday with 90 yesterday, glvln- a total ot 182. Ah a result Mclllo won the thirty- six hole gross award for the second half of tho tournament. Them was no uuofatlon about the thirty-six hole net winner, after Frank M. Clute. tbo Harden Ulty Country Club golfer, camo in with a cord of isn 28 ids. t. lute, wno nas neen playing In thPo senior meetings for three years, gets better an ho goes ainnir. He did not tnko tin tho gnmu until past fifty nnd hopes to do better Kllll, lor ne nas n way or micceiiing In whatover lino of sport he enters. The eomlnir winter will mark Cluto's thirtieth season as a memoer or mn New York Athletic Club's Howllm? Lo hi; no team. ... When nil tho ties have bi"en straightened out, moro than forty golfers will receive prizes. There In nn official list at present, but tho fol lowing summary win give an lima where, a majority of tho trophies havo em in rnnmnni. v iimui linn. e tournament, William Clark. 1S9; i .,A..ifiv nnrt Weilnnsdav. bent thirty six holo net. Class A. I F McCoy, ii,im ioi ni ir.l piriNa Ti. If. A. Watorhouse. Slwanoy, 198 tO IBS 8 rmna c. M. M. Sheedv. Altoona, 177 ti Tji. r nn. i. ur. tviiiiiiui IJass Rocks, 19H-52-H7. "est gross elithtren holescrire on luesuny. yv. F Truesacii. uuruen "X- " Li' Jtev J. Orny Holton, Philadelphia, -25-7t. He.it gross .eighteen hole score on Wednesday, J. It. 'YC'T' S.i i Ik c.nith n fl. Wnliln and F. A. Wright, tied Rt 88; best net eighteen liulo Heoro on Wednesday, C. E. Flnlay. i selected gro-s score for Tue.day snd Wednesday, Clss A, n. P. Hart. 81: C ass II, HOIIO uguen. in"r ' i m.n Wendell. 83. and Class D. A. 8, Nichols. 00. Itcst selected net scorn, nrst two days. Class A. "eM"! and KMIS 71.' respectively: Class II, tie between C ri. Xahrl.Wn and John Hertiler. 89-18-71 nnd 91-20-71. re I:. '...i...,i,.. m... rv I n hetween W. H. need. 97 28 9. nnd Clnrk Wilcox, 89 al9: Class D, II. U Hotchklss, 102 2072. . . . ., ... . Thursday ana rrinay, hole groM score, Sldmon Memo, i-.nKio- u-nnd. inz: DOBl lllirtr-.iA iwtw u jcoro, Class a, rTanij . uui;. ,inn itiiv Lioiiniry L uu, ,o -O .i... it n ii Kntpi. 1'jssnx ununiy ;06 40 ltu: L-iass.ij, , """' "I ii..i,,.-ni ifiim lia. mil Class U. Thomas F. Klrby, Apawamis, 22086 mi tin. irroi. tiltrhteon hole scoro on Thursday. George II. names. 89; best net score, a. W, Statzell, AronlmlnK, 901278. IJeit gross eighteen hole iram nn Fridav. W. A. Hammond Ithaca, 91: best not eighteen holo score, Charles Cooper, Harden City, 971881 IIAKK1IAI.1. TU-IIAY. 3 nmii N. T. rirst csut l.so r. U. AUa. ftCo. XdYt, HiOOKS s SLICES v I a; Second and seml-lliial round matches In the first two lteen of the Invlla- tlon golf tournnment at the Areola Country Club were finished yesterday, and as a result 13. M. Wild, tho Ualtim rol record holder, will meet Jpmo Seot?cr of Ardsley In tho thlrty-dlx-hole final match to-day. Wild won both of lil matches by comfortable margins, defeating C. T. Lansing of Knickerbocker 7 and S In tho morning and II. I). Fenn of Hlilge wood later In tho day hy I and 2. Young Hwcetser. who reached the final round of tho Victory tournament at Slwanoy. where ho was boaten by Ned Sawyer In an extra liolo match, aluo hnd easy contests. In tho early hours ho eliminated C. P. IMdy of tho homo club 4 and 3. and took Walter O. I'fell of Y'nuntnkah Uito camp In the afternoon, winning by 3 up ami 2 to piny. In the second sixteen 11. M. Coxe of Unglcwood and Carlos Fotterolf of Up per Monlclalr will clash In tho final to day, also at thlity-slx holes. Fotterolf. on hi way to thn decisive round. dl poacd of Charles Conklln. tho youthful Hackeiisack golfer, who last week won uie New jersey Junior title. MANCH'KSTKU. Vt.. Sept. 13. Tho thirty-six holo final for tho Ituulnot Cup at Kkwanuk Country Club to-day bj boiAien William W. Patten, of Schenec tady, and Sherrlll Sheriiun, of Utlea. When Uiey hut met In competition Pat ten was tho victor, tho occasion being tho imai or tne annual .Mohawk invitation tournament. The acnil-flnal rnumln wern played In a veritable downpour of rain. Patten debated S. C. Clark, of Phlla UelDhlA. 6 and 5. while Sherman bi.nt Ueorgo Morse, of ltutland, at tlio fif teenth green. Ocorce McLean, of Great Nii.-k. L. in fill tho place mado vacant by Uio deci sion of tho Pacific Cojt section not to tend a reisrr.tcntutlvo to the rhimnimi. shin tournament of thn Prnrouinnni aolfers' Association which in to bu played iiuai wee ai mo I'.nKinecrs uountry Club. Itojlyn. L. I. McLean earnod hU position by defeating J. Farrcll. of Sl wanoy, with whom he tied at Sharka niaxon during tho nuallfvlnir tntimnmnnt of the metropolitan suction several weeks Alex I'rlc, Secretary of r. a. A.. announces that everything ls In readiness ror tno dcjh pail maich at North Shore Country Club to-morrow for tho benefit of tho association's benevolent fund In this event Jim Damns, Western and Southern open champion ; J. Dounlas I ir, Canadian open title holder ; .M J. iraily runner-un for tho national linen. and Jack Hutchinson will participate. Thero is to be another and similar match to-morrow at neat uvacn with Alex Smith, Hob Macdunuld. Gilbert NicholU I and Pat IKijIo as tho entertainers. TJntrlos for the western national golf ' hamplonshlp will bo received by Howanl F. Whitney, Secretary ot tho United , States Oolf Association, up to R oMoek on Monday, Sept. 22. Tho tournament , this year Ls to bo de-lded over tho course of the Shawnee Country Club, Shawneo-on-Dulawure. beginning .Monday, Sept. , Mrs. R. A. Herzos. of Oak llldgc. was both a winner and a loser In tho golf tournament for women on the links of thu Sleepy Hollow Country Club. She defeated Mrs. K. 3. Ilnyor, of Heal. 2 up In too match play final of the first sixteen, but lost by n stroke tn MUi Kate Ilomann, of Plalnfleld, In tho play-off for tho qualifying medal for vtldeh the two had Uod on Monday. Tho score of tho modal round was 100 to 101 in favor of the Plalnfleld girl. niiirrnlda In lllu finme Sunilny. At the Catholic Protectory Orounds Sunday afternoon the Hmernld Hull Club will meet the crack Harlo's Hod Caps, one of the fastest aggregations of colored semi-pro players In tho Jack Uerrlgan, who has beon covering the short field for Jersey City of the International Leaguo, will tako caro of that position for thn Hniernlils in this game, while either Urhnrdt or Clutter ton will occupy the mound. A prelim inary gnmo will be staged at 1 IS ond tho Catholic Protectory Band will ren der selections. (Irnliam Iteerlvea llretaloii, pnOVlDENCK. Sept. 13. Ilushy Grahum of Urooklyn received the ref eree's decision over Pinny Iloylo In a twelve-round bout at Newport, Uushy Jtnocmng uuy.v uvwu fcwivv a iuu see- end round. NEW JUNIOR CHAMPIONS. TIIACK KVKNT8. Dl.tRticr. Wlnnrr, Tlmfi. ICO jnnl Morrl Klrktrr. . O.IO n-B SSO Bnl A. II. Itrrd 0.22 3-8 I II) Tiinl. K. 8. Pmllrr... O.r.J l-S KHII vnrdit Snndr r.lilin.... 3.0(1 3-S One inllr I. .1. Onnnnllr. . . . 4.ntS-t( nemllf I. C. Mrlsrr. ... 211. 1.1 a-5 lao hurdle 8. It. Thomnon. O.tll'J-rt 220 hurclle II. II. Illlr .... O.20 ,-rt 4 10 liurdlr .1. V, .Mnrrnr. . . OX.M 2-5 n mllo iilk J. Aron.on. . 2l.:t.t nni.ti kvi:nth. Tola rault H. Bnearow, itUUnre 12 ft. K In. Hliot nut II. rn.fr. tlliUuic 43 M. 4 In. Illxh Jump J. Muiubr, belsht B ft. ItH In. Ilnmnirr throw K. McKulehron. dl tunre I .'III ft. llnMid Jump T.. Cnrroll, distance 21 ft. r.'X. In. r.lt-lli. welsht T. AnJfmon. dlatanr 30 ft. 1111 In. Hull. Kirn uml Jmnn II. Trem. dl tnnrr 41 ft. hV4 In. Illcu N. VImIiiiIh. dUtance 127 ft, fl In. Mntrlln A. Turk, illitiuire 178 ft. 4Vi la. Mew record PIIILADIXPniA, 8opt. 13. The liiBtern nthlctcs cnrrled off the Indi vidual honors In tho Junior national truck and field championships held by the Amateur Athletic Union on Fninklln Field. Coincident with tho rout of tho Western contingent was tho winning of the team honors by tho Now York Athletic Club for the brat timo Hinco 1510. Although they won only two of tne nineteen titles, capturing second and third places moro than mado up tho difference. The Now York A. C. team scored a total of 31 points. Tha Hos ton A. A. was secotiil with 20, and Meadow Hrook Club. Philadelphia and Multnomah, Portland, Ore, tied for third with IS each. The Western boys captured only six titles, whllo th" T.nM took thir teen, of which seven went to tho credit of athletes of clubs from Now Ymk Cltv. . ...... Tho Intermittent snowers wini icu all tlirougU the guinea wero uirccuy responsible for no records, being .i.iii.hnii nn the track. However, ono ,ij Corne In the Javelin throw when trthu Turk Multnomah A. C, Port land, Ore., the "Mrong man of the North wait, sent tho long stick nili tanee of 17S feet 4 "A Inches. 1 his displaced the old records of 1S7 feet SVt lnrnes set iai year !'- ;" Arthur 11. Heed, West Hnd House. Hoiton. hint Frank Conway. Morning Mdo A. C. and J. It. Patterson, Now York A. C. in the 220-yard run. All three athletes raced nhrvast. until tho last few ynrdi from the finish, whern the Hack Hay youth thrust himself forward to win by Inches fronj Con way, with, Patterson only one foot In the rear The time of 22 3-5 seconds, also made by Conway In the trial, was the Pent sprinurg nori ui wie u.ijr. j. F. Mutrav und Fddlo l'arrell ac counted for tfm two first places won by tho New Ymk A. C. Murray was rntl.ei fortunntc In winning the 410 yard high hurdle race, for whllo skirting I1....I nl..lnl f, 11 .Inhrmnn. Illi nois A. C . stumbled when on oven ternn with him Thli accident allowed Murray to race home alone. hlle John son Jumped to his leet In tlmo to speed homo In second place. Tho tlmo of OS 4-3 seconds wus fast. Farroll won the running broad Jump with Donald lliown, u clubiiwte. second. Tho half mile went to Sandy Kvans. Salem Crescent A. C. Nci Y'ork. Kvnns alwts c 1 011 to the pace, sprinted past Arthur ISartkyo. t'lilverslty of Chicago, on the f'unl turn to win by flvo yards. Joseph lielgcr, lialtluiorn Cro.i Coun try Club, gave -ono of tho most lm pt op Jive pcrformmcos of tho day, la cntiturlng thn live mllo chase. In the Held eventj the New York boys more than In Id their own. Uc sldes tho victory of Furrell, the Hhot put went to Harry KUey. Mohawk A. C. while Nick Y'lnhnls. Pastime A. C. won the discus. Tom Anderson, Bt. Chris topher Club, won the 5G-wcIght throw ing contest. NEW INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE standing ol Clubi. aub w. i. re club w. u rc mi'lnior. .. 94 47 rtCViwirk ru 79 .! T rrnl PJ . r.JK'llnrhKlfr ,...C3 II .lt lll'fi'" I" 61 3MIIrf L'llj... 31 III .ill tllncbtntun . Tt Tr sr:lt''1lrj It 13 .IM GntH Yfitirdty. Utlilnorf. ti Jcr CUr S Hurt iim). Jtney rl'y. I . lu, tmnrc 1 (in,d j gua). Ilurfiln 'tlnfhimton (rila). OalT rimr pcltJuld. Qtmei ToOiy. Ilttms. n Nrttirk lllnrbimioa l Ilutfilo. Toronto at TlorbMtvr. RACING AT AQUEDUCT BEGINS MONDAY $2500 Bayvlcw Handicap $2900 Luhc BlacKbarn $1500 Ilcllcrosc Stakes 2 Mile Steeplechase AMI ii OTIII'lt OI.ASSY (ONTIUSTfl. I'llisT It.UT. AT 2.:ill I', 51, Hp, , Hun. .1 Hun 33U t Lrfiii.n 'eavo Vnn Sta ,ui I 7lh Av nl o l'li ' 1 ' 'vn I 12.;ill, I.OO, 1.JIO mid s p. M. Snrclul Curs Itr. -inl Inr IiiiIIm. Amo .mclud by rulion s- l." (I.uffnts Av i liranch iiwu.,j A aiion and by nitAMi stmi is:t.:io. In l,. lint hi i.Ainiw i.o Tux To-morrow-Sundaja" in norni.K II BAD Kit iifv r.Mi'P.y.i THKAT-IiM-UOl'GII TCSRCAU in,t PEnRITT (Glintl). KAVANAUCH ID. troll) ' VS HARROW GATE I'riainpinn. of IVnnnhinlt. Urn Aii..rru. j; y DYCKMAN OVAL Dyckman St. Subway Station. audsy, Sept. 11, a P. i ic'