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YANKEES AND GIANTS WINNERS IN FIRST To-Nlghf. Weather SHOWERS; WARMER. H Circulation Books Open to All." "Circulation Books Open to All." VOL. LXI. NO. 21,752 DAILY. (NPrriltht, mai, by Thr I'm ruhlWhlug Co. ITIie New Vutk World). NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1921. Knttrnl M rtrrond-Claa Mattrr Vott Office, tint York. N. T. PRICE THREE CENTS To-Morrow't Weather FAIR. filial fiffl i LADIES' STAKES TO PEN ROSE; THUNDERCLAP WINS HEMPSTEAD Racing BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE FIRST GAME. AT BOSTON! Giants... 301 001 41 0 10 Boston... 02010310 07 Batteries Nehf and Smith: Watson, Braxton, Fillingim and CNeli. SECOND AT BOSTON Giants. . Boston. . 3 o o o 0 0 11 AT PHILADELPHIA: Brooklyn. 0 14 Phila.... 0 0 0 4 2 Batteries Ructher and Miller: Meadows, Smith and Bruggy. AT PITTSBUROH: Cincinnati 00020 00 1 0 14 Pittsburgh 0002000 1 0 03 Batteries Luque and Wlngo, Glazncr .and Schmidt. FIRST GAME. AT CHICAGO: St. Louis. 30 2 00000 Chicago.. 03102001 Batteries Schupp and Dilhoofer, Vaughn and Killlfer. AMERICAN LEAGUE FIRST GAME. AT NEW YOIUC: Phila.... 0 0 0 0 Yankees.. 0 0 3 0 Batteries Harris and Perkins; SECOND AT NEW YORK: Phila.... O O O O O O m SI El Yankees. 200300flS2 Batteries nommell and Perkins: Shawkey and Schang. AT WASHINGTON: ' Boston... O 0 Wash'gton O O Batteries Jones and lUiel; Johnston and Urottem, AT DETROIT: Chicago.. 0 0 0 1 Detroit... 6 0 11 Batteries Mulronan and Yaryan. Sutherland and Ainamlth. LADIES' HANDICAP IS WON By PEN ROSE AT 7 10 1 Triple Springs Farm Entry Wins Feature by a Head Polly Ann Left at Post. Dy Vincent Trcanor. BHIjMONT PARK RACE TRACK, May 28. A crowd which exceeded that of opening day was at Belmont r.irk this afternoon to witness the ninnniB of the Ladies' historic handi cap, tho Amateur Cup, in which amateur riders performed, and four other well rounded uce.. The wruthor was ideal. Society w.u present in even greater numbers than yesterday. Bud I-'ifcher's filly, Hold Up, won ', tho opener, u six turlons claiming I event over the main course. Hold Up broke with the leaders and held j (way throughout, u inning in same F I fashion over the heavily bucked Jock ' '1 Scot, who cncountcicd intericienco loundlni; tho turn which forced him ' to lose ninth sruund. He finished I A with a rush, but hum,' after BeltliiK , 1 to the leader and as driven out at, jtho end. Tlieodosia showed a clcw;ri trafhhvt to take third, aucetcat Story, Mutni. Results, Charts Baseball nuNs CAME. m EJ B EI 0 39 3 o- 8 7 1 0 It UN 9 0 0 0 01 10 1 5 Maya and Schaug. GAME. $ ' 1 after forcing the early pace, tired in ' tho final drive. Sueepmcnt, lunnlng in the colors of Mrs. (Jeorge W. Loft, took the New York Steeplechase over the two mllo distance after shuwliie the way throughout. The winner was the public's choice and was well ridden by Jockey C. Merger. He went to the lead at the start followed by the Oreentrcc Stable's candidate, Roi Cralfr. The pair drew away to a Ions lead over tlie remainder. At tho final eighth, while Itoi Craip was makliiK one last effort to uertakc the leader, he toppled over the last jump, throw. !nir his rider heavily. Joyful, who 'had bren runntns in third place thioushout. moved into second posi tion, but weakened in tho last few strides and as overtaken by Hull's Kyp of the Rul. Parr entry. Joyful saved third by a neck over Hojal Arch, the other candidate. Tho Hruiuoeas Htalilo on ti nurd on lis wlnnine; way by takinu the Hemp stead Handicap with Thunderclap ifler a pretty race. Ixird Hrighton, .1 stahlemalo of tile winner's, wont to tin.' i.irly lead, followed by the llRhl ly weighted Montalvo. N'eddam was thiid, Debadou fourth and Thunder clap moved -up Into second place. At Evening World BELMONT PARK, MAY 28. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK GOOD. mm 1ST TIACK For Lhreo-rcar-old) and upward; dalmlnc; all farlocta, itraicht coaraei part. Sl.ooo. At r il4 Oil at s.15. tMarl pwl. Won drlrtr: life mint. Tu, 1.13 1-5. winner, br. f. tj ltaudit Unmaak. Oratr, Ual leaner. Tnincr. A. tt. 1M'. Wlt-St, V. nU U 0 7 4 03 Jot-It San r t IW 2 Thxlos! 4 Oci ,3 m Uvadlnx fitar... 2 112 'l ! Srrtait Storj... 7 07 (1 W 'nrlflk 1 107 Maeo 0 lift B OS StrrunT S KB 7 W Kmrimi 3 US 8 1 4 1 ! 4 2" S'H f, 714 7 8 7 8 Ware bllnkcn. Hold Up racl SwreUet Story into rtaMoi, thm tood a hard drif iimtlj whrri Joe Hoot challcrued. lAtter vould hita won in another alrMe. ThrodoaU ru a cood rac. aMwu KAUfc, r,ew o?i sterpirchaae: four-year-oids and iGnraro: about two I I k a-'.UJO atldrd. At port 2.39. Off at 2.40. Start food, won canUi; placa d 1 JLU Tiiur, 3.S3 4s. Winner, b. t. bj dwrtp Italment Owner, Mm. O. W. Lull T) M. Ilimcb. Indei. Starten. IM'ti'in-SHi Hi . 1 147 1 ) 1 1 . 142 7 6" C . 4 137 4 .I" 3W 4 . 2 11U ft S 4' 5' .3 i44 2 4 ! . S 144 8 7 7 7 . 7 180 3 2 21 2" Strtvriment - TlHIIWle .... Jojtul t'ioral Aron. .HyrtUrya . . , , ArcMalc ... IUn Crala ... tParr entry- Swortiment ht-ld Ihe race eaff Ilc?al Arch in the dnn for Uie place. Itoi CraW la. Jnmp. m mm TlLIItD HACK The Hrmrotead HinOican; thn-e-jMT-otdi ami uniranl! acirn Curlonet. I nuun co-orw: 11.1110 addnl. At port X K I driving. Time, I 2-S. Winner, Uk. lTairier. . v. lllitlreui. HarUTH . p.r.Wt.8t. Ul tThmitlfrcUp . 2 110 2 4W 2ii 1 NrddATii f. 10.". 3 3a S Si 77 Montalto 3 !7 3 2a 8H 3i HI rvtwloti 4 101 4 5 4H 4V OB' ttAiwl Bruthton. 1 123 1 l'i l'H 2' flUtKoctw SUble entrj. Thvndorclip went to the front on the turn, open op ftp on tne stretch And wen ffailopinf, NwJhxm cloned (Mt through UK furlong and vu eilj bert of Ut others MontIro ran a good tier. 118 FOUUTII HACK The LaJicB' lUndwa: iuldnl. At pott 3 32. (Iff at Time. 1 3 1-S. Winurr u. m., bj Swetp II. jvearnfj, Indci. atarlem. IM'.Wct.Mt. t 'I'enNwe .... (81) la IUillea . 94 lUllkiu .... Pollj-ann ... Coodloe .... 3 rjj i at a 4 114 2 4" 4 5 111 4 1 1' i 112 n s fi 6 lOT. 3 2M 2 ' 4" 1V4 r. 2' renroie waited on pace to head of atlTtch. where ihc came around the leadera, went to the front, b-lt win doins ber nvt at the Mid. Ia ItAblee had no early npeed. CQceed fery t$tt throuan turlonff. llankau tirevl on home turn. 1'olljann wan practically leH a4 the powt. 119 FlITH KACrV-The Amateur Oi. a t.uihwusurlit handicap; for three- ear-okln and upward; one mile; 111,201) added. At pot i.th. oil at 4.1X1. Start rood Won drirlnc I'lars nana-. Time, 1.42 4-5. Winner b. E . br Whlrtbruom 2d Martha 2d. Oinier. 1 Water. bury Trainer. sS. r, llanan. I'.f.Wgt.SI. hi (50) tnitor 4 1.11 1 1 I'iracuH 1 147 2 2 2:i Itotnlnlcs 2 1ST 3 4 ewbricada 8 1 0 Fancy Man .... 1 12 4 S Oier tkr To-,. . . 3 U2 T. 3' 1 lVj 3" 3 2i 2 51 git 4 6 B All apprentice Jorkeyw. Werritor made all !be running, but tired tn laat f.liteenth and won throuith Tuckcr'a goo.1 (iniah. 1'iraeua clmcd fas! through the atretch Sobniade, badly outrun In early atagm, ran out on tnm, rut camo on again and ntild haie won in a few more jump. 1 n s SIXTH UAf.'K For maiden fillies; to I Jit ivusv 11.0(a). At r.t J.1.0. Olf at lliv Time. .52 1-0, Winner br. !., ov bvteep - ivrait 1toI.-i. Kiarlew. IMV ftm. St. 4 d. l-'m. Jlieia. Qu. HI. CI. I'l. Ijki llulton .. it 115 7 3M. 1 1W 1' Marlnclli ,.J0 15 15 13 OUmiimi IWUe .. r, 115 1 2 24 2' 2 Jrtwn .. 10 H 3 102' IUlinofl 11 1U" Utj 5" ' d I'enmau ,.8S 2 0-.. 2! Kill 10 115 2 1 3 4' 4V!lcAt.'o ... 10 15 ITS (1 - MwliWv 14 110 .'. 6' i K' f.4 ZoelhT .... 8 15 15 (i - linn WaT 2 115 4K 44 .'Hi 01 San.lo .. 3 3 r,'2 1 90 OarmenclU ....13 115 4 7Vj 1 ' 7 7 ('.Jtlleltt rUl 2 05 2-5 1UI .Nell ...!!.. 3 115 8 S !t 0 Nl Mo ry . . 30 40 40 J5 - "Xano- Shankii. H 115 11 10 11 11 I" Ketoay ... 15 20 a 8 How IL1I .... 1 115 ' I'-' 12 101 Hie, 15 20 20 S t'I'ltnaU 7 115 10 11 10 M' It' K'tvnly ...'10 40 40 15 TUwar 1 115 12 12 8Vj 12" Martin ... 5 7 7 6-2 MaracaK.0 12 1U 14 13 11 14 131 Falrl.roUieT. 20 30 30 12 I'rfl-he 4 113 13 11 13 13 14 Jluel 13 20 20 8 Whitney entrj- ,ak Hldge stable entrj- Lucky Ituttoni rhowed good apeed and won goinc aaaj. Mihs.on Ilelle held on gamely in the drive. Italance closed faat. tho stretch entranco Thunderclap disposed of Lord Brighton and went Into a wide lead. Neddam, finally clear, tlnlshed with a rush on the ex treme outside and was second, a length and a half back. Montalvo saved third. The winner and his mate weio held at prohibitively short odds. j The running and tho result of thd Ladies' Handicap provided one of tho biggtst surprises of tho meeting. It went to I'en Rose, running in the Triple Springs l-'arm colors and rid den by Fatnr. The heavily backed favorite, l'olly Ann, was loft at tho post but pursued her field from the otherwise good start. len Rose was tho flist to show, but was quickly l supplanted by Hanksia with Goodhi moving into second position and Penrose third. That ordrr held until tho turn fori home, where tho leaders were found J to liavo raced themselves Into sub-j mission, and Penrose camo with aj rush Into the lead. li Rablee offered a stout challenger along tho Inner rail but fulled to get up, and Pen rose won by a head. Hanksia held on long enough to savo third, while Polly Ann. after making up much ground, was fourth in advance of Goodbjc, the only other starter. 'OnnlN llniuirn for llnallnn, CHKJAOO, May 2S. Frederick Hai tian of Indiuna won the Western Con ferviice tennis title to-day vhcn ho de fentpd Lewis .Munz, of Mlehlgan, In the singles championship fiet. Tho score was 8 0. fi 2 and 03. In Uip doubles acini-finals PTpucII and Ye.iif.'r, of Illinois, ellnilnrited Hune and WirlhwriN. nhm State, 1-2, 1 t, S -I Verio nnd Sr).'l of Chicago reached the finals by defeating Uotfredjon uud Ttedtvell, Wisconsin. 6 i, 04, 61. S t. Racing Chart fttr. Wn. JorliCTt. us. hi. a. ri. 3,1, 1V4 Ik Marinral . -JO 25 8 S 1-2 .1 8 5 10 20 3i 14 K. Kummcr 8 in 4 lluxtoa ...S-2 3-2 3 fr Callahan . 10 10 2H fi"" 1 onoa ....20 2fl T O. KummerlO 15 8 Ifarrtera . . TO 100 8 I'nimiii .. 50 00 IS 30 mHea: rlnna. Trainer, Str. lln. Joctasii. ! 1" Mmtlfr . 3h 2" IlrooU .. 24 3 lljeim ... 4' 4 OraMford rl 5l Cha-noT , 0 (I Harris .. Krtl 1'o.nnt .. Op. 111. CI. I'L 3d, T5 T 6-2 (1 6-2 IS 31) It 2 U-T, 1-S 4Ji . 4 . 2 . 10 . 20 . 4 3-T. 1-S IS an 4 n a 7-5 l- at all tat. ltulljere outitaDieil Joul and wan in & contending- position when tt fel lat 3.U7. Oil at 3.(13. filart tontL Won eanli: lilacs b7 Vulcain Uanriana. Owner, ltancocaA SUblo. tr. 111 Jocacja. in. Hi. ct pl aa. 1' lHs Sand 3fl .'IVt 2 tVJUllrttl . 3 53 - 4 41 3 Mannolll ,. 20 20 S 4 McAtm ... 3 S 2' 5 Tator ....3-5 3-S 12 :t u-s 4 11-3 3.0 for nuri: thrrr-rcar-olda and upward! one m.: 3 34. Hurt bad. Won .In 'In l'lacr mwe. llanroaa. Owner, Triple .Sprtrai 1'ann. Trainer, Mr, hi. JootcT . Op. 111. CI. I'l. 3d. 1" 1 B 2 2 3 6 4 4H 5 lalor 4 Mnltm .... 4 Kennedy ... 3 San.1.- 1 OolUlrttl . . ..10 7 7 2 1 4 8-2 3-5 1-4 4 4 1 2-J S-2 1 1-3 30 30 a 2 Str. Kin. Jore. (;.. Hi. CI. PI. 3d. I-4 1V4 lh Tucker ..2 3 11 J, 3' 2Wj l-ii-r jr... 12 15 10 J'li3 Wa.Wej jr.7-10 7-10 7.10 41 4lt Mfcen .... 4 S 8 SV Wrclit ... 13 10 15 tl 6 W'.ler ... 30 fiO 20 3-5 3 0-5 1-4 - 6-2 4-5 ft 2 8 4 - )ear - oMi: four and a half furtoiws: alralaiit; 4.31. .Mart good. Won dritimf. n.v time, HuttonlioK Owner, Axc titable. Trainer, l-' 3d. 3 1-4 3 3 1-2 1-t 8 4 4 S ft..'. 0 4 RACING RESULTS. AT LOUISVILLE. FIRST RACU Three-year-olds nnd upward; six furlongs. Fill, $31.10 and J15.00, first: Sweet Liberty, C, 00, second; Ground Swell, third. Time 1 13. Non-starters Blem ished, Plnccrest, Gen. Agromonte, John Arbor, Cobalt Lass, Hondo, Converse, Gallant Lad, British .Maid, Dixie Girl, Louie Lou and Hereafter. SBCO.VD RACK Two - year - old maidens. Four and one-half fur-longs.-"John Finn. $3.90 and $2.90, first; Domes, $3.00, second; Montjoy, third. Time, Zt 2-5. Non-starter, Voshlml. THIRD RACK Four-year-olds and upward; claiming; one nnd one (liiarter miles. Korbly, $7.00 and $4.50, first; Faux Col, $3.40. second; Wave, third. Time. 2.03 4-5. Non starter Dr. Rac. AT TORONTO FIRST RACK Threo - j ear - olds and upward. Claiming. Three-ouar ters of a mile. Tennltc, $10.C5 and $j.00, first; Knrico Caruso, jc.Oj, sec ond; Paul Connolly, third, Timet. 14. Non-starters, Incog, Mad Way, Chief Barlhell and .Marulo Barnes. SKCOND RACK The Street Rail way Steeplechase Handicap. About two and one-half miles. Four-year olds and upward. Bencher, $4.50 and $2.10, first; Ely slan, $2.25, second; Mlnata, third. Time, 4.58 4-6. All Ran. THIRD RACK Two - ear - olds foaled in Canada. Five furlongs. Captain Scott, $2.7'3 and out, first; Royal Gift, out. second; Kl Jesmii', third Time, 1.012-5. Ouly thiee stai ted. (Racino Entriti on Pflt 2.) CALIFORNIA ATHLETES WIN IN COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIPS YANKEES DEFEAT ATHLETICS, 5101; 35.000 SEE GAME Huggins's Tribe Celebrates Re turn Home by Taking First of a Double Header. PHILADELPHIA. A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Witt. Tt 3 Brazil, lb 4 Dwran, 3b 4 C. Walker. If.. 4 Welch, cf 4 Perkins, c 4 Dykes, 2b 3 Galloway, ss... 3 Harris, ip 3 Myatt 0 Total. 32 1 7 24 10 NEW YORK. A.B. R. B.ILr.O.A, E. PeckinpauRh.sa 4 1 McNally, 2b... 3 Ruth, If 3 Plpp, lb 3 Meusel, rf 3 Hawks, cf 4 Ward. 3b 2 Kchang. c 3 Mays, p 4 0 2 18 2 1 0 & 0 Totals 29 B 7 27 18 0 Ran for Perkins in ninth Inning. I"OLO GROUNDS, May 28. Thlrty flve thousand fans saw the Yanfteoa celebrate their return homo to-day by defeating the Athletics In the first of a double-header, 5 to 1. Carl Mays, whoso suspension wat lifted yesterday, turned the trick for the Yankees. He hold the visitors at his mercy. Tho Yankees started scoring In tho third. Schang singled to right and took third on Maya's single to the samo garden. Mays was forced at second on Pccltlnpaugh's grounder. but Schang scored. McNally popped out to Brazlll at first. Ruth walked ind went to third on Pipp's single to center which scored l'ccklnpaugh from second. Ruth camo home on Meusel's single to center. Tho Mackm on tallied In tho fifth after Welsh led off with a double to right. He went to third on Perkins" tingle to centre and scored on a pruunder by Dykes. Mays had the bases full with nono out in this frame when ho started a double play. Mays to Schang to Pipp, which cut off Perkins at thu plate. A beautiful stop by McNally of Dugan's grounder in the eighth when two men were on bases robbed tho batter of a hit and prevented tho Athltlcs from scoring. Ruth got a .big hand each time ho camo to the plate, but In four appear ances he fouled out thiec times and walked once. Tho Yankees tallied another in tho sixth, making tho score 1 to 1. SL E BIIAVKS I-IKLD, Boston, May 25. Tho Giants defeated Boston In tho first game of a doublehcader here to-day by the score of 10 to 7. The game was a slugfcst from be ginning to end. Tho Giants used two pitchers and Boston three. Nehf btarted for the Giants but was romovpd when tho homo team connected with his slants for a braeo of runs. Barnes then assumed tho pitching burden for thj Giants. Wat son, Braxton and Filllngim worked for Boston. New York assumed the lead in the first inning by scoring three runs, They added another in tr third, one more In the sixth, four in tho pcAcnth ami one In tho eighth. The Boston runs were riuinl tn the second, wlitn the) til -, '.'.ice one in tho fourth, three m '.r.e nUti' and one In the seventh. GIANTS DEFEAT BOSTON 1 0 TO 7 IN UGGING AM CALIFORNIA IE! TAKES TITLE WEST FOR FIRST TIME Harvard Loses Meet at Cam bridge by Half Point HARVARD STADIUM, Cambridge. Matt., May 28. Tha championship of the colleges of the country on track and field went to-day to the West for the firtt time Jb athletic history. University of California captured the cup in a meet marked by closest competition and by a final margin of ope-half point. California's winning total was 271-2 points; Harvard's, for second honors, was 27 points. HARVARD STADIUM, CAM BRUXJB, Mass., May 28. It was any one's title when tho gun cracked hern this afternoon for the first event of the finals In the forty-fifth annual casta- Intercollegiate, champion hlp, California, with a well balanced team of ten qualified jnen, looked like the strongest contender, but Hurvurl and Pennsylvania also had a for mldablc nrray left for the. final events. Yale, even with a small number of survivors, made up In fiuallty what tho Blue lacked In quantity and waa also considered dangerous. Track and weather conditions, which were perfect yesterday, hardly could be Improved upon to-day. The Run flamed down from a cloudless sky and a breeze that would not mako a gra-ts blado shiver wafted across tho track from tho river. Mllo Run Won by J. J. Connolly, Georgetown; second, L. A. Brown, Unfvcrslty of Pennsylvania; third. D. F. O'Connell. Harvard; fourth. D. B. Stiicklcr, Cornell; fifth, It. Craw ford, Lataycttc. Time, 14 minutes 17 1-6 seconds. Points Georgetown. 5; University of Pennsylvania 4; Harvard, 3; Cor nell, 2; Lafayette, 1. HAMMER THROW Won by O. Dandrow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, distance 157 feet 44 inches; second, U. F. Brown, Har vard, distance 149 feet 1 Inch; third. T. Spcers, Princeton, distance 111 feet 1 Inch: fourth, L. H. Weld, Dart mouth, dlstanco 140 feet 0i Inches; fifth, T. D. Tootcl. Bowdoln, distance 140 foet 14 Inches. 440-Yard Run Won 'oy O. O. Hen- drLxson, California; second, R, S. Maxam, University of Pennsylvania; third, W. Stephenson, Princeton; fourth, H. Ray. Rutgers; firth, It. G. Smith, Cornell. Time 43 seconds. Points Knd first threo events; Pennsylvania, 8; Princeton, 6; Cali fornia, Georgetown and Massachu setts Institute of Technology, u each. 120-YARD II U 1 1 DLKS Won by K. .1. Thomson, Dartmouth; second. C O. Ktognesit, Harvard; third, H. H. Barron, Pcnn State; louith, H. W Wllliums, Inland Stanford; fifth. K. F Sinallcy, University of Pennsylva nia Time. 11 t-5 seconds. Points of Ix-aders University of Pennsylvania, 9; Harvard, f; Dart mouth, 7; Princeton, u. 100-YARD DASH Won by -M. M. Klrksey, Stanford; ccond, L. 11. Co ney, Lafa)ette; third, A. Woodring, Syracuse; fourth, It. K. Hutchinson, University of California: llfth, II. U. Ijvci. L'niverslty of Pennsylvania Time, 10 secuntLt SHOT PUT Won b) J A Sliel burn, Dartmouth, dlstante 15 feet 2Vi Inches; second, f llalsey, Princeton, distance 45 feet 3- inches; third. T. G. Dlgnan, Holy Cross, distance 11 feet 5'.H Inches; fourth, J. It. Tolbert, Harvard, distance, 41 leet 3',K Inches; fifth, It. K. Jordan, Yule, distance 43 feet U inche Points, end six events: Harvard, 15; Muss. Tech. and Pcnn., lo; Dirtmouth and Princeton, 9; California and Stanford, 7. TWO-MILL' Rl'.N Won hv It f Brown, Cirtl 'l: .ec m I. I I, iri;;. Penn State: third, C. M Dorr. Call- fni-nlq fourth, V. K. McMahOn, M. 1, IN FEIN RAIDING PARTY RESCUES WOMAN FROM JAIL; MANSION HOUSE GUARDED Another Attack Like That on the Custom House Feared No More. Black and Tans to Be Added to Police Force in Ireland. CORK, Ireland, May 28. Dolly Bourkc, a political prisoner, was takejj Irom tla. prison for women here lout night by armed men who overpowered tho Wardresses. Tha men escaped with tho prisoner. I0NES, U. S. STAR IN TENNIS, BEATS F E Molla Djursledt and Edith Sigourney Defeated in the Women's Doubles. ST. CLOUD, Franco May 23 (Asso elated Press), Arnold Jones, the American tennis star, defeated M. Cousin of Franco In tho first singles match of tho world's hard court Tennis championship, which opjnei hero to-day. Tho American won In threo straight ficts 6-0, 6-2, 6-3. Suzanno Lenglen, the French worn ?n's singles champion, und Mmc. Goldlng defeated -Mrs. Molla BJur stedt Mallory, the American women's singles champion, and Kdlth Sigour ney of Boston In the women's doubles In straight set, C I, tt 1. Mrs. Mallory and Miss Sigourney made a good fight In the first set, but with tho games four all, Mrs. Mallory lost her service, Mile, sello Icnglcn winning her own ser vice for tho set. Miss Sigourney made un. unexpectedly good show ing but weakened toward tho end of the set. The second set us all the French team's, the latter winning flvo straight games before Mmc. Goldlng lost her Bcrvlcc. Tho American, J. K. D. Jones de feated I'itnmlens of Belgium in straight sets, C 1. C 4, C 1. William II. Laurentz of France, tho present world's hard court champion, defeated M. Hlanchy of Belgium, 60, 3 fi. C 3. Klconora Sears of Boston defaulted and will not play In tho tournament. Champ otis of nine countries ire represented in the tournament. Tho fortune of the draw had ordained that somu of the best known en trants would be eliminated during the first day's play. T.; fifth, N. P Brown. Cornell. Time, 9 minutes .12 seconds. POLK VAULT Tie between A. O. Norri.t, California: ft. W. Harwood, COUSIN OF RANC Harvard, and (1 D. Hrown, Yale, at j Ulster, It Is Indicated, but tho initia ls feet; fourth, tie between It. Motive rests with Gen. Sir Nevll Ma Hurtt. Columbia, and J. W Ternnle, j lTeady, the military commander of University of Pennsylvan.a, at U feet Ireland, as It does In the question oC 6 inches. j introducing tho Kitchener block- Points of Leaders llL wdoin. 1 : houso system. It was officially stated California. H; Columbia. 14: (,ui - to-day that the reinforcements to be ncll. 9: Dartmouth. 12: Georgetow n. 1 Kl,nt ,v t)0 considerably less than' 5; llurvaid, 17: -Holy Crois, J: La-! 50. 000 In number, a not that many fii)iilte. 5: Stanford, 7; Masiaelnmcts truups are available. Institute Technolog), 7: Penn State 'I'ho newspapers announce that tho 7: University of Pennsylvania, ll'-s: j Cabinet has decided on a wide man Princeton, 10; Rutger., 2; Syracuse, nunt and military operations in com- 3; Yale, 5 ) lunation with the navy around tho ., i coast to afford greater precautions v,.:;;.r,::,r".;:.,.::,'r,cr"j-'" . .. An estate valued t Ill.iOO, .u cording Kds. to the will of John HoUingrr. who died I s May 7 ImhI. !11 d for proii.it-' to-day, la mi-rlmn I'nlnlata Win Match. I. 'ft to Human Cuthollr sot'iuliiM. nlthj IINUON. .May 28. The American llie " xcpptloti of $5 U'ft to the ti-aintor's team ehowed splendid form to-d.r litothiT. Auguat, .No. 311 Wost 18tb 1 j ,kmt. ,,, .i. iti-' tilrtet. "to be his absolutely and for - evei. Invested a largo area around tho Dublin Mansion llouso this morning and cordons of tho military held eor eral streets at the ends of which barbed wire entanglements wer placed. Exhaustive searches of the houses In tho neighborhood were Im mediately commenced. Tho Crown forces claim to have) captured tho headquarters of the Irish Republican Army In a recent raid. An examination to-day of the ruins of tho Custom llouso, parts of which still aro smouldering, revealed tha fact that all tho safes were unharmed. Ono strong room was Intact and tha large stone roofed vaults contain ing Important documents completely escaped tho fire. The court martial of eighteen aux iliary cadets, charged with looting In Antrim on Feb. 9 last. In connec tion with which BrlgXSen. Croztcr, former head of tho auxiliary or Black and Tan forces, resigned, opened hero to-day. The indictment covers two sep arate raids and charges conspiracy for tho purposa of rcfobery, actual theft und tha receiving of stolen goods. The Crown counsel described tho offenses as mean, despicable and a discredit to the Crown forces and asked for conviction of all the men. The trial, which Is expected to oc cupy soveral days, was adjourned until Monday. DUNDALK. Ireland, May 28. An armed band took two valuable horses belonging to army officers from grooms who were cxerolslng them to day and shot the horses dead. , IjONDON, May 28 (Associated Press). Tho Government's policy for "the sterner repression of tha criminal element In Ireland," as It Is phrased In authorltatlve'quartere, In volves the strengthening of the Crown forces In Ireland with military reinforcements which will be drawn from units now In foreign service. No Increase of the auxiliary police or "Black, and Tans," or of the con stabulary Is contemplated, It Is de clared. Tliero i.i some likelihood of the eXJ tension of martial law to the whole of Ireland, with tho exception oC ' "" 1 " ' y " ' , ' " bam by a scon of 10 to i, li ' n li 1 11 i .1 alaM Mia llSfcll-K"