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MILTON IS LEADING AT 450TH IN 500-MILE AUTO RACE
To-Nloht't Weather-PARTLY CLOUDY.
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VOL. LXI: NO. 21,753 DAILY.
CoprrlxM, 1021. by The rrms rubllahlnc
Co. (The New York World).
NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY. 30, 1921.
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GLADIATOR WINS TOBOGGAN;
JUVENILE STAKES TO COLUMN
i
GOLD STAR MOTHERS FEATURE
IN CITY'S 5 MEMORIAL PARADES
Racing Results, Charts a Baseball
MILTON IS LEADING
MISSSTIRLING
500 MILE AUTO RAGE
BASEBALL
NATIONAL LEAGUE
AFTERNOON GAMES.
AT NEW YORK:
PhUa.... 0001312.0
Giants... 04210 3 1 2
BUNS
Batteries G. Smith, Keenon and BrUggy; Douglas and EX Bmlth.
AT BOBTON: 1
Brooklyn . 02 000 0 O 1 0 O 0 Gfl EM
Boston... 30000 0 0 0 0 0 0 ED GJ I
Batteries Mitchell, Cad ore and Taylor; Filllngim and O'Neill.
AT PITTSBURGH:
Chicago.. 3 0 0
Pittsburgh 0 0 0
Batteries Tyler and Daly;
0 0 0 0 0 0-3
3 0 1 0 2 - 6
Adams and Schmidt.
AT CINCINNATI:
St. Louis. 1 3 0 0 3
Cincinnati 2 2 Q 0 O
Batteries Pertlca and Clemons; Marquard and Wlngo.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
AFTERNOON GAMES.
Evening World Racing Chart
AT INDIANAPOLIS
BELMONT PARK, MAY 30,
121
-WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST.
FIIWT IUCE For foor.yeai-ejds and upward; elalmlnf; one mile; tune tl,47b.M. At
pa 2.12. Off at 2,10. ritart nod. Won easily; place drltlns Time. 1 .SO 4-0. Win.
ner. ch. h. by Celt Network. Owner and Trainer. J E. Naah.
Index, starters.
67 Tlintrr
10S Salute
101 Mow
I'enrairtine
57 Favour
17Tan 2d ....
58 Olooraj Ooa
vi .si
r.p.Wgt.at. i H
its
110
ion
110
JOS
lis
110
Str. Hn. Jocaerr. Op. HI. CI. It 5j
21 Election 8 110
110 0
3
1 1 114 ! Hamilton ..5-2 0-2 U-6
1 SH 3' 2 2" Ik Jlabin 8 10 S
8 4H 4tt &' 5' 5 Woodstock . 8 6 0
ft 1 2'Vt 1H ' 4H4 Hume IS 0 20
7 8t 6k 8' 71 fit Tuttmt .... 10 12 12
4 0 m 7" ft' e ron 8 in in
2 21 Ik .Ik SH 7 Collins ..,..6-2 4 4
ff 7 0 8" 8" Mailman ... 15 15 12
Sk a 4 ft 0 Buxton .... 12 12 8
1
1
4
2
2
1
3-3
135,000 Witness Terrific Con
test in Which Speed Tops
90 Miles an Hour. c
DE PALM A "JINXED"
B&ntrjr, dew to ret cotnr , c&me annnd tb- field oh home turn, sot to the front In the gtrrtch
and-won coins aw&j. .Salute ontcafn-U Man in the drhe for the ple. tetter wu that off on fr
turn. IVrfeounUne timl In Ut furlonc
122!
SECOND nAOtV-Steeptechaoe: for maidens:
t. by The Mansca Ooselp.
Index.
00.
Owens
four-year-olds' and u
rona. 1
Owner,
ward: about two roilra;
puree ll.OOO. At port 2.J8. Off at Htart rona. won raauy; place, annua. Time.
winner, cn.
1 upwa
paailT!
ureentree otsfcle. Trainer. J.
I'.P.Wtt.St. H 1 1V rtr. tin. Jocteya. Op. 111. CI.
Jm. a. Sheridan 1
Bajr Waioh
Comloue
Orermatrli .....
to. 3. (Irarson.
137
142
5 1M
0 137
2 142
a 137
s.
3"
11 in
4k 4
FrU
2 2'
1W 1
31J 21
2 5"
4 4
Pell
Itowan
itrady .
Merrier
Smont .
lluaiv
.8-0
.. 4
; S
2 85
1 7
8 1
2 8-5
10 8
2 8-0
Veteran Led Up to 280th Mile,
Connecting Rod Broke and
He Had to Quit.
SPEEDWAY, INDIANAPOLIB,
it "d. May 30. At 450 mile.. Milton, with a
i 1 two mile lead over Sarlet, stopped for
ga. Thirty icconds later ne was
QEFEATED AT GOLF.
IIVAL-
BY ENGLISH P
American Champion Loses to
Miss Leitch for British
Title.
FIVE YANKEES ADVANCE.
FIVE BOROUGHS PAY TRIBUTE
TO MEMORY OE HEROIC DEAD ;
1-4
1
tOreentrre Stable entrj. Tattle mored u when readj, went to tJhe front comint to lat Jump
and won fallopinc. Jaa. A. Bberidan finhhed dot itronf. Bar Miich tired In last crurter. C. S.
Grajiion fell at last Jump.
123
back on the track and atill In the lead
by a lap.
The position of the can at 400
r mile was as follows: Milton, Sarles,
Tllini) HiACB Toe Jureiule; for two-lear-olda: fire tiirlonw. atrakht course; $5,000 Ha be, Eltinfjboe (drivlnfl for Ford);
added. At pnt S.09. Off at 3.13. .Suit good . WondriTln: place Mine. Tune, ' .... . ,.V, . . um
0.572-5. Winner, ch. c. bj Celt 1-yramld. Owner. M. L. Schwartz. Trainer. J. Notter. Murphy (driving for Miller) J Miller
Wonderhch
Htartem.
I'.P.Wrt.St. H
J4
1071 Oolumo , 2
AT WASHINGTON:
Yankees.. O O ,0
.Wash'gton O 1 O ( I
Battcrioa Qulnn and.Schans: Morrrldgo and Gharrlty.
BUMS
Ift4l Nasrr f
(lit!) iltiatanl Scod
(114) Blx Heart ..
102 rJwrev r ...
1141 ilXraan
4)R lWoouk.4er ...
lOQi JIllllT Watta
GCl llud Hiher .
1001 tUttta adof
ii4 rmti
114 PoMlude
111 tflftll&nfmMi-
lllAck Itaacal
(12) UOd TnTifT
115
110
115
115
112
112
110
112
112
115 U
a 13
J
:::i4 11
....10 113H )
113 12
2'
lk
ft
R
711
81
0
61
10
1?
13
14
2'
lk
?k
lo8
it
12
13
14
Htr. ytn. Joeam. oq ill, cl. It 3d. (driving for Guyot);
IH
SB
71
81
8
10
s
11
13 13 r'ahVrher ..30
14 br. Kelaajr . . . .8-3
11 o. Kummrr. 1
21 MnAtoe .... 15
8 Millet, S
4k Uioe 8-5
01 llorlrlrKi ..20
H CtelllMi 4
71 ColtHftU ...20
8 jfema 4
ftuor 10
10 Kator 4
.Martin 8
Jotutftnn ... 4
li
in
o
2
30
5
30
7
10
7
12
'3
40
12
20
M2
30
0-2
30
7
8
7
12
0-2
40
5
8
8-5
4
12
H-5
12
6-2
.1
5-2
0
15
4-5
AT PHILADELPHIA :
Boston... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Phila.... 0 0 0 0 1 0'
Batterlea Russell and Walters; Rommell and Perkins.
AT DETROIT:
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 .
Detroit.. 0 0 4 0 2
Butteries Bagby and Thomas; Middleton and Bossier.
AT CHICAGO: '
St. Louis. 1 0 2 0
Chicago.. 12 10
Batteries Burwoll and Sivercld; Faber and Yaryan. ff
CoHden entry. tKnopeu Stable entrj. tWaterbtrry entrj. Oulumn ahowed good apred and
finished out lamely. Nanejr P made the early pace, bat weakened in the drire. Uuttard Seed ran
good race. Good Times broke down.
FOBTtTH HACK Tie Toixiuin -Handicap: for three-jear-olda and upward; all furlonn,
traltfht camrt; 14.CO0 uldcd. At and 341. Off at 3.4.V Mart rood. Won lrtlm;
place eame. Time. 1 OB 4.5. Winner, l. c ty craperraan ltawanna. Owner, Iteditone
fitabk.. Trainer. W. '.Booth.
Iralei. Htartem. lM'.Wn.St. U H tr. Kin. Jot-atja.
124
(IOC) (lladiator 1 125 2 lk
112 Bennimm 1 'arte... 10 111 5 6
112) '.Mad JIaUer ... ti 135 8 3
l.rfM 'liotnuuque ..... i n
DM tCaot. AJoocl... 0 1(10 7 B
oni .vituralmt 8 4 a
(92) Mti Hamilton.. 107 6 4
(104I OiM-rnek 3 lfCl 3 7
100 CaMree 4 07 Irftatroat
TUncocM Stable entry. fAddfd a'arter. Oladlator art a klllins pace all the way and stood a
drite ramely when challenged by Senninca Iark. Latter closed ery faot tbrwijh laet alxteenth.
Mad Hatter had no eicuie. Dorainuiue tired.
InJet. Startera. PnTWrt.Ot. K V, . Wi. Km. Jooaeji. Op. III. Cl. It d.
GLADIATOR AT 8 T0 1
THE T
WINS
BOG AN HANDICAP
Red Stone Stable Entry Cap
tures Feature Race at Belmont
Track Before 30.000,
By Vincent Treanor.
RACE TRACK, BELMONT PARK,
May 30. Gladiator, at 8 to 1, In the
Rods.tono Stable's colors, won the To
boggan Stakes this afternoon, show
ing sbme of his true form, toy running
the six furlongs of tho stralgtaway
course in 1:08 4-5, and showing the
way to Sennlngs Park of tho Water
busy Stable, Mud Hatter, tho Metro
politan Handicap winner and seven
others, Including the added starters
Kxodus and Capt. Aloock.
Tho start was good for all buo
Caro Free who was virtually left as
usual. Dominique showed the early
way, followed "by Gladiator and Nat
uralist. When the latter veered to
ward the outer rail ncarlng the elbow
he carried Mad Hatter with him.
Gladiator pursaved a straight courso
throughout and won handily by a
length at tho end from Sennlngs
Park, who was swerving toward the
inner rail under a hard drive to savo
the position from Mad Hatter. Nat
uralist and Dominique tired badly in
the final test, and Care Free was
eased up and did not finish.
Tho largest crowd of the season,
estimated at 30,000, attended the races.
The opening race went to the fav-
rlte Bantry, who was away slow,
jille Gloomy Gus and Perigordlne
supplied the early pace. Roundln
the final turn Bantry closed toward
the readers and went Into easy com
mand in tho final eighth to win go
ing away. Salute proved gamer than
Mose In the drive for place honors,
In the Steeplechase for maidens
over tho two-mile course, Say Which
went Into a wide lead at the start fol
lowed by C, S. Grayson of the Green-
tree entry, with James A. Sheridan
In the third place. Over Match came
to grief on tho fir3t turn by throwing
his rider. Rounding the final turn
Say Which tired and the field went
Into close formation entering the
stretch. C. S. Grayson fell and threw
his rider, hut ho escaped with a shak
ing up. Tattle drew away to a handy
leatl at the end. In tho final drive
James A. Sheridan outgamed Say
Which for placo honors.
Column, ridden by Clarence Kum
mer In the Mortimer L. Schwartz
colors, proved a surprise when he
carried off the Juvcnllo over a Held of
thirteen others In a terrific drive,
which lasted throughout the final
nuartcr. At the start Gulantman
sworved sharply to tho outside, whil
Big Heart veered across Letterman'i
natti. Column. Mustard Seed and
Nancy F. were always most prom!
nent In the running down the
straightaway after Broomster had re
tired from contention.
Through the final quarter Column
swerved steadily toward the outer rail,
carrying Nancy F. with him. Big
Heart followed and was In close quar
ters through the last sixteenth, which
51
41
8
S
(. 111. Cl. it 3d,
01
41
71
81
0
1
, 5
. 20
, 1
I
Rummer
3HSande .
44 Kab ..
5 .Mooney .... 15
fl Turner 3
71 Hchuttlrujcr.. 12
8i Zoellv 20
1) rmman ... 10
Callahan ... 150
10
30
0.1
1U5
20
4
15
.10
15
30
8
30
4.5.
4-6
20
4
13
30
12
30
3
12
Ut
1-3
8
1
5
10
tl
10
125
M.TO1 HACK The Woo Wide Handicap; aeBlrur: three-year -aide and upward: one and
onetiuteenth miles; S1.C6S.33 added. At poet 4.13. Off at 4.15. Start ruod. Won
dnrtrif ; place same. Time. 1.44 2-5. Winner, b m. by Holar Star Kitty Delle ltroofca.
Uftner, wm. martin, trainer, i. jiuraii
lletboUr 7
Tlrfmdenltiroi . 3
llmra Itook ... 8
(TO) lUlco l
ir' miitm jtaMer. . . ;
JUIlet oancer..
00 Oeanrie 2
051 Oyatal Ford. . . 1
107 8 8
120 2 Jk
118 5 4k
IIS 1 61
100 8 fik
ign ;i i'
118 7
112 4
8 8 5'
21 lk 1 1
41 M 3 .m
51 SI 41
n 71 8i
ft Ok 7tt
2Vi ,1U -' 2i
BH Oil 41 0
l'S Callahan
2H Y.'arUn
31 Kennedy
3k Kator .
5a OilUMtl
0' Mourtry .... 20
7k ). 5-2
8 C.Kummer . 8
5-2
, 20
10
4
3
20
15
4
8
20
0-2
15
3
15
13
4
7
20
6-2
12
1
8
0
3-2
S
1
5
(driving for Hill); Vail, Mulford.
All others wsre out of ths race,
Milton passed Sarles on the 450th
'a lap giving him a lead of mora than
55 a full lap, or two and a half miles.
ft-5
5-2
4-5 SPEEDWAY, Indianapolis, May 30.
1-3 Ralph Do Palmd's Jinx got him
again to-day in, tho Indianapolis
Speodway race. After driving a mag
nificent raco for 112 laps, the veteran
Italian driver was forced from tho
nice with a broken connecting" rod,
Ho led In the raco for 108 laps, win-
nlng 8100 in prize money for -each
lap he won.
After Do Palma left tho race, tin-
alblo to repair bis broken connecting
rod, the other drivers settled down to
a steadier pace. Tommy Milton was
leading at the 118th lap and Sarles
was second, two laps behind.
As De Palma pushed his car Into
tho garage 'he said:
"Boys, It couldn't bo holpod; I am
through for this year."
Milton's lead at 350 miles was two
1-2 wr . j .. . ... -j, ...... ..... . .
J third and Halbrc fourth. Ilcarne
3-0
1
4
1-2
Bellaolar, cratrun In the early eaajea, dosed with a ruvlf after tumun for liome and won eolnf
away. Toundemorm wan ttnnc lain ai uie tnu, wjte .jiwk-u u vtmus. iww - ,
excuse.
an SIXTH ItAfJB Var two-yea r-oMi: four and one-half fitrlonis. atraiwht
19k il4aeX33 pn 4J8. Off it 4.41. Ktart tfood. Won drtln; rJac
IfaU 0.514- Winner, ch, c. by Prummel -l'anelU. Ouncr, Modo fit able. Tral
ntime
me.
IikIct. ttartew.
p.f.win.Ht. hi
Mr. Fin. JoiAeya.
(Jp.
1021 Morto . ,
u, i mftr
911 lluio Brliade. . .11
Apex 8
'Krnuse ....Me.. 3
100 Toll 2
Z Ilielt uoueye....
Wl Zealot w 1
55 (Mamdale 7
AO Itejmer 4
iNeaoohtan 3
10" Himnle Hlmon...10
2k
hi
01
4
11
71
12
1.13 10 10
n nm
B 110
1112
110
1V5
115
un
115
ll
110
110
8W
II
41
Vi
12
10
Johrwon ... 4 4
-Martin .... 5 10
Katnr 5-2 6-2
4V4 Okllahan ... 0 1(1
r.'l V1U 15 20
u i..jiuznmce . a ni
4 7V4 Tryon .... 20 3(1
ftl ftilUUihuutU ... 4 0
0 01 Olwrt 30 40
71 10H n-Money ... 50 Ul
10 111 llullman ...20 30
11 12 llamilhMl . . 30 fiO
31 lk
11 SI
21 B
81
01
ht couree
-e nine
.lnrr. Olodo.
III. Cl. It 3d.
i:lJ-i ,1
8 3
8-5 7-10
10 4
20 8
10 4
SO 12
r,
40
tt)
30
cn
15
iS
20
85
1-3
4
2
0
1
,!t ton
I,
n
10
iModo doewd fast under a urn ante anu v
teenth. Itoee airlgade had no txonae.
Vlolinint tired in final all.
enabled Mustard Seed to swing
sharply back toward the middle track
and get up in time to win third
honors. Good Times, tho second or
tho Cosdcn entry, was cut down dur
ing the running and eased up after
three furlongs.
COLUMBIA WINS BOAT RACE
Junior Crew Icfrl I, w. a.
With l'otuniac Crew Third.
Columbia University's Junior crew
won the Junior race at the Harlem Re
gatta this afternoon, defeating the New
York Athletic Club elgnt Dy a rruancr
of a length. The Potomac uoal ciuo
was third. Columbia finished tho mile
In 5.38 2-5. and the New York Athletic
Club In 5.40.
C. M. Le Count, Now nochelle Howlng
Club, defeated Alfrod Scwcltzer, Nas
sau Boat Club by three lengths In the
Intermediate singles, covering the mile
In 6.05. Tom Hooney, N. Y. A. Ci won
the quartcr-mlle dash In 1.07, and Kd-
ward Fitzgerald. Nonpareil Rowing Club,
the mile Junior singles by a length. The
Atlantic Boat Club of Hoboken cap
tured the Junior four-oared barge race.
RACING
RESULTS
AT DORVAL.
FIRST RACE. Five furlongs.
War Relief, 15.15 and ,1.05, first;
Lovllest, $0.50. second; Baby Vamp,
third. All started.
SHOOND RACK One mile and
seventy yards; Blarney fitone, (33.30
and J12.55, first; Crown of Gold, JC.75.
second; All AmUs, third. Time 1.18 3-5.
Non starters, War For and Ragged
Robin.
AT LOUISVILLE.
FIRST RACE Six furlongs. You
nced, 113.20 and 17.20, first ; Honor Man,
$f.,50. second; British Maid, third. Time
1.12 2-5. Non-starters, Mln-sed the Time,
around Swell, Herald and Clem Thelfcen.
TUB WOBLD THAVIX DUIIEAV,
An-ada. mutter (Wsrldl nuQdlnf. 53 Cl rark
yum. N. Y. O.U. Ttlephone Beeamtn 4009.
(ecS room for berfags and parcela open day and
nifsu Honey aruers ana irsreiMri atecn iw
nit. am.
(Racing Entries on Page 2.)
rromlnriit Qurenetoir u llealdeul
Slain.
QUnriVSTOWN, Ireland, May 30.
John O'Connell, a prominent Queens
town resident, was shot dead lost nlgnt
in Harbour How, one of the principal
streets of the town.
dropped out at this point, leaving only
nlno of tho original twenty-thrco
starters.
Alley's car caught flro on tho 320th
mile and he went out of tho race.
Ralph De Paima, driving at a ter
rific pace, led in to-day's automobilo
races when tho drivers passed tho
250 mllo point of tho 000-mlle dash
but was forced to tho pita on tho
101st lap with tiro trouble. Ho got
back In tlmo to hold n half lap lead
over Milton. His averago for 250
miles was 33.C2 miles an hour. Mil-
was second, Alley third and
Sarles fourth.
Seven drivers wont out of tho raco
through accidents up to this Mint,
but no ono was injured, Fontaine's
car turned over on the north turn
hanging on the edgo of the incline
and threatening tho lives of hundreds
of persons below, Tho car did not
fall, however.
Thomas hit a wall on the samo
turn and iwas forced out with
broken steering knuokle, and Wilcox,
19U winner, had to quit when a con
necting rod broke.
Jimmy Murphy skidded on tho
nortn turn und Kddlo Pullen took his
nlnce.
Joo Boyer, after forcing De Palma
to a terrific puce, dropped out at the
71th lan with axle trouble.
Van Ranst went out at tho 87th lap
with a broken connecting rod.
Chassgno lost his hood and had to
gu t when ho coukl not nnu it.
Before a crowd estimated at 135,000,
the greatest throne that ever paid
to see a sporting event, the raco was
on with a burst of Bpecd und a rush
of raeinir motors.
;tl a terrific nace. Tho twenty-three
Tho twenty-three drivers were lined
across tho irncK ttirto aureus'
thev crossed tho starting tape.
De Palma led over the flrst laj
Kar cs in his Dusenbcrg w.ifright o
tho Italian's tall and Joo Boyer was
a close third. Sarles went ahead of
Do Palma In tho second lap by a
length.
The average speed for the first lap
of all cars w.va 89.13 miles an hour.
Da Palma shoved his Ballot out
Stormy Weather Bothers Play
ers in Opening Round at
Turnberry.
TURNBERRY, Scotland, May 30
(Associated Press). Miss Alcxa Stir
ling of Atlanta, Ga., American
woman golf champion, wns defeated
by Miss Cecil Lclth, tho British
champion, threo up and two to play,
In the British ladles' open golf cham
pionship tournament hero to-day.
While Miss Stirling wns eliminated
the first round passed with Ave Amer
icans surviving. They wcro Mrs.
Barlow of Philadelphia, Mrs. Qucn
tln Fcltncr of Now York, Mrs. Wright
of Allegheny, Pcnn.; Miss Marlon
Holllns of New York and Miss Edith
Cummlngs of Chicago.
Miss Cecil Lcltch. Carli.ilil uid Bllloth
for the past seven years tho British
women's golf -champion, took an early
lead over Miss Aloxa Stirling of At
lantn, Gn tho American chomplon, In
their match in tho British Indies' open
championship golf tournament hero
to-day. Miss Lcltch wns 2 up on Miss
Stirling at the fourth hole.
Tho first hole was halved In a per
feet four, Miss Stirling holing a flvo
foot putt for her half. Miss Lcltch
outdrove hor opponent thirty yards
for tho second hole. Miss Stirling
was over the green with hor ap
proach, but Miss Lcltch airproachcd
four yards from tho pin. Tho Amer
ican laid a chip shot from tho rough
dead And tho hole was halved In four,
At this tlmo it began to rnln hcav.ly
and golfing conditions wcro bad. Mias
Lcltch won tho third hole, 5 to ti.
Tho British champion holed a six-
foot putt, whllo Miss Stirling played
Indifferently. Hho topped her drive-,
At tho fourth Miss Lcltch pulled her
teo shot Into the rough, but got out
well and won tho hole, 5 to G.
Miss I!ltcli topped her tee shot at
the fifth, hitting the ball only twenty
yards. Miss Stirling drove Into the
rough with her second shot but both
got on the green with their fourth
Hhots ,and halved the holo in six.
Miss Lcltch holing u putt of two
yards. Tho American won tho short
sixth holo In a perfect threo against
Miss LcUch's four. Miss Lcltch had
a lino approach wiinin two yarns oi
tho pin at tho seventh, but missed
and laid Miss Stirling a halt stymie,
which she made a bravo attempt to
hole. MIm Loltch, however, won tho
hole In four to five.
The wind strengthened during the
CROWDS OUT EOR PARADES
Manhattan's Pageant Big rivent of
the Day Gold-Sfar Mothers Fea
ture in All the Demonstrations-r
Fine Greetings for 7th, 69th an
Colored Troops.
la numbers of marchers, In the attendance of the survivors of thre
wo,', of Gold Star mothers and tho homarjo paid to them, the observance
of Alcmorlal Day In the flvo boroughs of Now York City and Its suburbs
was the largest tho anniversary has known. " '
The Manhattan parado on Rlvtrstdrj
(Continued on Second Page.)
UNVEIL MEMORIAL
TO EDDIE GRANT
(FOR ALL MORNING (JAMES,
SEE SPORTING PAGES.)
(Continued on Second Page.)
POLO GROUNDS, May 30. Twen-
ty-flvo thousand fans stood with un
covered heads this afternoon as taps
wcro sounded for Ctpt. Kdward Le
llo Grant, former QUint third base
man, who died in action in tho Ar
gonnc, Oct. 5.J918, Tho mdnuinent
In centro field, Erected to his memory
by the New York CrTaptor of the
Baseball Writers' Association, was
unveiled by his Hlster, Mrs, Florence
Grant Robinson of Franklin, Mass.
Members of Company H, 307th In
fantry, 77th Division, soldiers from
Fort Slocum, veterans of the allied
countries and Red Cross nurses stood
grouped about tho slrnplo murble
' shaft. Tho Rev. Dr. Stanley Clove
. land, chaplain of tho 301th; Lieut,
Col. Iiozeman Bulger, Scrgt. Fred
I Hanley, Judgo Landls, John J. Mc
Graw, Major Dclancey K.Jay, Thomas
W. Slocum of tho Harvard Club and
Col. F. W. Galbralth of the American
Legion spoke.
HARDING PICTURES
NATION AS LOYAL
TO ALL HUMANITY
But "We Must Protect America
First" Is Keynote of Presi
dent's Address.
WASHINGTON. May 30. No Ideal
of generosity to all mankind can
Justify neglect to protect America
first, President Harding declared In
a Memorial Day address at Arlington
Amphitheatre near hero to-day.
Speaking to thousands of veterans
of three American wars tho President
Insisted that If tho United States
would be useful In greater realms it
must first look to Its own security.
He paid eloquent tribute both to tho
men who fell and to tho high motives
which havo always guided tho nation.
Tho text of his speech follows:
Fellow Americans:
Wo aie met on sacred soil to
day for n solemn hour of sacra
ment and consecration. But tho
Boll whence wc come Is Itself
sanctified through tho sacrifices
of those who Uo here. Wherever
our Hug flics, within the boundar
ies of tho republic. It is over
land.H whoso freedom and secur
ity have been wrought through
thesn sacrifices. t .
It Is tho privilege of this com
pany to uttT our trlbuto of lova
and gratttudo In this sacristy of
beauty within sight of tho Na
tional Ca-pltol. But others no less
land and other lands, under for
eign skies and among ullcn pw
blcf, to pay like tribute of lovo nn1
memory. There are no restricted
boundaries to the reverence of thlj
day. There Is no discordant nolo
In tho hymn of gratitude. With
old wounds healed and a new gen
eration's offering on the altnrs of
our patriotism, Micro Is no section
alism in our memorial. Above tha
murmurlngs of grief Is the swell
Ing concord of union, and ths
dominant note Is our faith in tho
Republic
OUR MEMORIAL DAY IS NOW
INTERNATIONAL.
It will lo a trlbuto to-day
spoken In many tongues and by
divers races. Wherever men nro
free they aro wont to give
thought to our country's services
In freedom's cause. Where men
may but aspire to a freedom not
yet achieved, their instinct turns
tho eye und the thought of hope
devout will assomhlc all over our
this way, und they pray that
their cause may guln our appro-
(Continued on Eighth Page.)
Drive, according to the trained ob
servation of Police Inspector Coxhlan.
had over 20,000 troops, aside from tha
organizations of men, women and
children In line. Brooklyn and tha
Bronx also held parades far greater
than those which usually mark the
day.
Tho parado In Riverside Drive
started a llttlo after 9 o'clock, go!nf
up tho drive from 72d to Sid Strwt,
passing In rovlow at the Soldlsrs
and Bailors' Monument.
With United States regulars and
the First Brigade of the New York
Guard In the lead, the Civil- War
Voteruns formed the First Division.
Conspicuous among the older veterans
were the six survivors of the Ander
son Zouaves James Worth, William
Jones, Peter McGlnnls, Adam Rlch-
and, Robert Stagpole, bearing the
colors presented to tho command In
Union Sauaro In 1883 by tho wife or
Col. Anderson, with the order: "Bee
that you bring them back." ,
In the guard brlgado no organiza
tion had anything llko tho trtbuteVof
enthusiasm shown for the Flfteentn
Infantry, colored, with Its honor
company mado up of men who hid
won decorations under col. wiuiam
Hayward, fighting with the French
. . . . . 1 Htf.ll
as tho J6SW inianiry, mo is
Dovlls." They Mid not wear the new
red trousered. Tam-o'-shanter uni
forms which their commander. Col.
A. W. Little, has bad autnonsea tor
them, but the habllimenta or the
French Moroccnns could hardly have
nddod to their pride of bearing and
their military snap.
The parade was reviewed by Major
Oen. Robert Lee Bullard, Command
ing the Second Army Corps Area
at Governor's Island- With him on
tho stand were Borough President ,
Henry If. Curran, Henry Clews,
L. Krlangcr, nrig, Gon. W. W. Welgi;
Rear Admiral H. McL. P. Huse.
Commanding tho Third Naval Dis
trict; his aide, Lieut Commander
Whiting; Rear Admiral Charles D.
Slgsbec, Gen. Daniel Appleton, CoL
Henry P. Swords, Col. Edward Duffy,
Major C. A. Dubois, Samuel M. Mor
ris and numerous city officials and
representatives of veteran organiza
tions, including Col. F. W. Galbralth,
National Commander of the American
Legion. '
In the windows and on the lawn of
tho homo of Mrs. Owen T. Clark.at
Riverside Drive and 89th Street, 130
Gold Star Mothers viewed the parade.
Tho 7th Infantry, commanded by
Col. Wade II. Hayes and tho Ota
Infantry, commanded by Col. John'
J. PhcUn, had a big ehare o( the
applause which Increased every time
the spectators caught sight of the
glitter of a D. S. C. or a Croix de
Guerre decoration.
Tho survivors of John A. Dix Poet,
G A. It, carried the flag which was
kept flying over tho New Or loans
Custom Homo under the order ol
Secretary of War Stanton that anjf
ono who laid bands on its halyards
should bo shot dead. There were only
a few ribbons of tho flag left,
wrapped about the staff borne by ths
veterans. "
Only six of the Ellsworth Zouatea,
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