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THE. EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1921.
JACK DEMPSEY NEARLY KNOCKS OUT HIS SPARRING PARTNrRrs Georges Carpentier Plans To Lay Wreath on Grave Of Roosevelt To-Day Frenchman Also Intends to tl,Lrclf7rr.0iiSSnyc7orT,yItni11,ey. ... , r ..I- i pinna to leave for Now York to-mor- Atteild BOXUIC UOUtS at ' row for n conference with Tc.x Hick- ' . i nra. promoter ut tlio Dumpsey-Car- ' FbbetS rield. .rentier match. In reanrd to the t . l-ulh.io "'" selection of a refcrco. The report ' that Harry J. Urtle of Jersey City , . .v,l.hn1 been elected wan premature, In reflection of tlie spirit of the Kcarns Bald. day. Georges Carpentier. French sol-1 , t ' " i 'o ldr r " Ie t ' H?ern?anrun dl'ir and boxer, aspirant to the world b ilrlffci unil Dave Maokay were In the heavyweight championship had Old 'ed J. Glory run up on the farmhouse Hub- afternoon, Btaff to-day. together with the French L mJjft Ifr A"' tri-color. I tween Ilenny Leonard and Itocky Kan- Carpentier. who was a great ndml.or ! Z'J'Y'ZW-S-'ft " ani ) ot the late Theodore, Iloosevclt, will make a pilgrimage to Oyster Hay to pay his respects to the memory of the American statesman und to l;i a wreath upon his grove, In observ ance of Memorial Day nnd of the promise ho mado upon his nrrlval htre to visit the final resting place of the former President Though tho exact dcillH of the pilgrimage are unknown. It was learned from Gun Wilson that the Frenchman will leave his camp at Manhasset, L. 1., early -dny. Sunday was a day of recreation and rest for Carpentier. He was out of bod at 6, and after eating a hasty breakfast, was oft on a tinning trip In Manhasset Hay with his .friend. Captain Mallet, and Manager De scamps? Tho party icturnid at noon after a most successful muiiilng of Ashing. In which. If the statements of thoso Involved arc to bo takon seri ously, eleven pounds of lish were caught , Willie lewls was C.iricntier u guest for lunch. After lunch the host and visitor, who was one of the Frenchman's first American rivals, selected comfortable chairs und spent tho greater part of tho uftcrnoon chatting about their experiences In l'arls. Trainer Wilson said that there was very little mention mndo of the coming battle between Car pentier nnd Dempsey on July 2 next, in the course of the afternoon Mike Leonard, ho once famous "Beau Urummcl" of tho ring, dropped In for a visit, to renew ,hls old friendship with the Kitropenn champion. Carpenilcr's activities to-day, tuldo from h visit to Oyster Hay, will he confined to slight calisthenics. Ho will not Indulge In any strenuous ex ercise at all. For the afternoon he has accepted an Invitation to uttend the matinee nt FJbbets Field, Hrook ivn nnd will he 'Introduced from the ring. It will bo his first public appearance slnco his arrival here, tiu mM,nn nnd his brother Tom, contenders lor the middleweight rind Jjeavywelght titles, respectively, will appear in two oi me tuuicmn. LARRY WILLIAMS GIVES CHAMPION FAST WORKOUT - BUT IS ALMOST K. O'D. ATLANTIC CITY. May 30. JACK DEMPSBY cut loose yester day In his boxing for the first time. He boxed six furious rounds, tak ing Larry Williams, a 180-poundor Io Houcky and Irish Patsy Cllne. a lightweight, on for two rounds each, Williams, who fought back every Inch of tho way, gave Dempsey the , best workout of the day. After set ting a lively pace. In tho first round, Williams crosied the champion with n right hand punch to the chn soon after tho start of the second, Demp sey tore Into Williams, digging left hooka into his mld-sectlon and bat tering him around the head with vi cious rights and lefts. Williams was dlzxy and sagging at the knees when the round ended. When the champion faced Houck he aed up somewhat, but Cllne, who came Into tho ring for the final two rounds, was rnuirhly handled. Cllno. who boxed with more speed than the other sparring mates, forced Dempsey to step the fastest two rounds of the afternoon. Dempsey knocked Cllne flat with a right handcr In the first round, and in the second all but knocked him nut of the ring. The tltleholder's sparring partners were cautioned to be careful of his damaged right eye, which was cut on Saturday, and as a result the .wound 'nra not bothered, as none of the swings touched it. After attending church In tho mnrnlntr. DemDsey. with Mayor 11a der of Atlantic City, officially opened a, new amusement park. Dempsey -v ana tne Mayor got me utbi uiriii u Jersey Commission Ready To Name Big Bout Referee Harry Ertle Leading Choice to Be Third Man in Ring With Dempsey and Carpentier. ATIiANTIC CITY. N. J.. May 30. Selection Qt a referee to decide the world's heavywelirht championship contest between Jack Dempsey and Gcorgeo Carpentier at Jersey City, July 2, will likely be made this week, according to Information at tho heavyweight champion's camp to day. Members of the New Jersey State Boxing Commission said the third man In the rlnu had practically been Cafocted, trut olllcial announcement would bo withheld for a few days Judging from tho advance Indica tions, the cholco will bo between Harry J. Ertle of Jersey City, and "aim" Hrennnn of Newark, with the indications favoring the final sclec tion ot Ertle. Itobcrt Dougherty, Chairman of tho co mini salon, together with Thomas Csj!djr, secretary, and Cotamla noon with Invitations for Dempsey end uearns 10 auenc mo noui, Mackuy made ttio trip In n sea plane. He wnii accompanied ly Hob Dohcrty. Chairman of the New Jersey Boxing Commission, nnd Charles Lyons, a member of the commission. EVEN HENRY FORD WILL BE AT BIG FIGHT, ACCORDING TO PROMOTER'S RECORDS The Dempsey. Carpentier bout at' jersey city juiy z may not prove a thriller, but celebrities from every walk of life, both men and women, , are going to bo there, according to Promoter Tex Ulckard. From every State In tho Union, and from Knglnnd, France, Spain and Italy, men are coming to see the fks'.it of a century. Ono letter yesterday looked (.onicthlng like a laundry check. It was dated Hongkong, China. A Chlncso whom Tex doom t know wrote n letter reiiuostlng the ticket. Tho Island of Ynp Is still un heard from. Harry i'uynu Whitney, Russell Colt, Mortimer 1 SehllY and Percy A. Rockefeller, who havo their tickets, may bo sitting next to the cowpunchcr from TexnB or n news boy of Park How. Men ot all walks of life have bought rlngsldn- tickets. Henry Ford may be sitting next to Morris Gest, for requcflts have been mndo to reserve tickets for both. John A. Drake, A. J. Drcxel Hlddlo. B. It. Thomas. Martin W. Littleton, Harry Guggenheim, Henry Zlegler, and George W. Loft prob ably will be exchanging opinion!! with people they never heard of. Then "Hlg DM" Edwards, Attor noy General Harry M. Dnugherty. Gov. Edwards of New Jeerscy and Mayor Frnnk Hague nt Jersey City ale going to forget tholr differences In political life for a few hours and attend the big show. And J. W. Hnrriman, William A. Brudy, J. S. Plant, John McCormnck, William Ottmun and William Flelivchmun may not know the strait o chap sitting on the right oi lert. ;cx couiun t seat oil we ac quainted together, so, stranger. Just Introduce yourself. Of course, Charles Thorley, George Cohan and "Honest" John Kelly arc going to be there. As Tex said yes terduy, "Who ain't?" Ministers, politicians, messenger boys and not a few women have obtained tickets. William Itldgway, Treasurer of tho box olllce nt the Garden, and his assistants, William Connor, John F. O'Neill and Leonard A. Weed, are kept busy from nine In the morning until eleven nt night selling tickets. Flvo policemen are stationed In the Gnrdon In case some body gets n feeling that ho should have Mime of tho receipts before Tex gets them. And speaking nbout money, until late last night the cash on hnnd had reached tho JGOO.OOO mark. To give you a vnguo Idea of what these fig ures mean, tho total gate receipts for the Jeffries-Johnson light In Reno In 1910 wero 8270,770. , At the rate the tickets are selling, the gate receipts should be well over $1,000,000. About 50,000 persons will bo there, not counting those who will look on from nearby hills and trees. Vnlr llrnlea Ileport That NlckalM In SnNprnilcil. NEW HAVKN. Conn.. May 30. Prof. Clarence Mendcll, Chairman of .the T.uu Athletic Hoard of Control, to-day do nled persistent rumors which havo boon circulated during the past two days thai Coach Guy Nlckalls of the Yule crew had been ousiKiiidcd or given a vaontlon, Hj said thut Nlckalls took tho Yale 150 pound crew to the Amcrlcnn Henlev Rnturdny and won n notuble victory with It, and was expected to return here Tuesday and start the varsity squad at v-ork acutn In nrcnarntion for the. Har vard regatta at New ionoon in four of 1 weeks, sloner Lyons, were In conference with Jacks Keanis, manager ot the heavy- I weight champion, yesterday. Com missioner Lyons said a meeting ot tho Now Jersey Commission -would bo held Wednesday, at which time thu selection would likely bo mndo. we nave practically decided on tho man," Commissioner Lyons ald. "I understand tho articles of agree ment between Dempsey ajid Carpen tier call for an agreement on tho third man In tho ring thirty days bo fore the match. If t)iat is tho caso, our announcement probably will bo mado this week." There probably will -be no serious objections from Kcurrut and Dempsoy over tho selection of a referee, as tuc Now Jersey Pnmmk.inr .,,. ........ i nouco mat It will have the last word In this regard. There may bo somu protest trom tho Carpentier camp, nowever, as rcruo rrferced the light between Carpentier nnd Battling Lt vinsky labt October and there was somo dissatisfaction among tlio French boxer's handlers over tho w,i In which Levlnsky was counted out Manager Koarns will lenvo for New York to-night and may appear beforo tho New Jersey Commission beforo hla return. ONE JOHN CAN'T BEAT IMaianaHf .f l. V MS&ffi&&i&&i$ 9 T & (PS fc '- , jhl? v v jr BILL. Tt.DEM. CKMIPIOH TENNIS rWLL . Op THE WORLD HOW IN FRANCE ALL KINDS OF SPORTS ON TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME BASEBALL. Urn Yrk r.llBll n. PhllUllphll. It Poll Ground!, 10.19 A. H. Ml) 3 P. M. Jirur City i. Niwtrk, two iuih, 1.30 n . 3.30 P. M. Fomhim Lttayttto. Fonlhtin FliW. afternoon. Columbia vi. YaU. South Flild. atteraooa. RACING. At Brlmont Park Toboijan Handicap aid othar (eaturti. Flnt rata at 2.1 5 P. M, B0XIN0. m Afternoon. Ebbali Field Tom Olbbonl va. Jack Clifford. 11 roundi: Mile Glbbone vi. Soldier Barttleld, 12 roundi; Andy Cheney va. Dutch Brandt, 12 roundi. Walker Sportlna Club Rocky Kaaaaa l. Gene Delmont, 1 roundi. Brlihtoa s. C. Slaten liland Jahaay Howard i. Frankle Flomlna. 12 rwadl. Cvaninf. Freepart Auditorium Bobby Huahet Frankle Fay, 12 roundi. Brighton Beach 8. C Joe Collettl v. Jlmaiy Jackaon, 10 rounda. ATHLETICS. City Hall Coney liland walk, aftirnoon. Brooklro Park Playground chajnplomhlpa at McCarrea Park, oreenpolnt, 2.30 P. M. TENNIS. Montclalr (N, J.) A. C Final round ot vromen'e tournament. Amackauln Club of Vonkera, N. Y. Meo'e Eaitern New York State champlonihlp. GOLF. Ragular Memorial Day tournament of all Metropolitan Golf Clubi. ROWING. New York Rowing Aieoclatlan regatta ea. trio Harlem Rleer, A, M. and P. M. LACROSSE. UnUenity oi Toronto i. Creooeat A. C. Brooklyn. CYCLINO. Newark Velodrome (altorrioon). YACHTING. Harlem Yacht Club racoa at City liland, Atlantic Yacht Club moot oft Boa Gat, Coney lilaad. Indian Harbor Yacht Club racoa at Qroea with. Conn. Bay Side Yacht Club meet at Bayilda. L I. Racing Oyiter Bay, L. I. Kettlonnl llody Itrverara Womru'i Trnnla Ranklnsa. Another revision of tho lawn tennis ranking for women was Issued by tho United States Lawn Tennis Associa tion yesterday. Mrs. Molla DJurstcdt Mallory still heads the list at No. 1 and no changos are made In the lead ing six players. Miss Margaret Grove is the only player dropped from the top ten. Miss drove drops back to No, 14. From No. 14 plaeo Mlsa Florence. Tal lin moves up to No, 9, and Miss Mario Wagnor, who was at No, 7, Is de moted to No. 10. In tho sixty names listed Miss Maymo McDonald, Miss Caroma Winn, Miss Lillian Schar- man and Miss Kvelyu Heavcy appear for tho flrot time. No explanations appear with tho now list except that the discussion of tho rnnklng at tho annual meeting was referred to Mrs. Gcorgo W Wightman, Chairman of tho Ad visory Committee, with the result that the list woa reconsidered. Cnllfnrnla rtrnt Krlo Mno. TOtvlO. May 30. Tho opening pun of tho barmball series between tho t'n ! verslly of California team and tho 1 Kel len was won uy mo winur nlans by a score of 11 to 2. IMward II II, tho Amorlca.n Cliargu d'Affalres, pltchvtl lliu first imil. Tr-liiM Win Soecrr Cnp. Tobo Yacht llaaln yesterday cap tured tho Sultana Cup by defentlnK the Brooklyn football club by the scoro or b goals to i in uio unni ruunu ci Tndrl Wuld. All five of tho winners' goals wero shot by Kdmondson. ccntro lorwuru in tno iuou uuu-ut. Copyright, 1921, by : i . , a z Great Interest Shown In Championship Bout Reflected in All Sports Record Sum Paid for. Demp-sey-Carpentier Tickets Shows Country's Quick Revival From War Con ditions Baseball and Other Sports Booming. By Robert Edgren. TllK tide of prosperity after tho war depression is surging high, judging by sport figures. You can flguro a country's business con dition pretty well by what it la willing to pay for entertainment. The Dempsoy-Carpentler boxing contest, first international bout of importance in many years, tops everything else. The advance ticket sale is tremendous. Messrs. Cochran and Brady, who were so willing to draw out and lot Tex Itlckard hold the bag, a few months ago would bo delighted with a chance to buy In ngnln. As usual, Klckard's judgment was right. Ho has mado the match ot tho century, and lt will break all records and establish a gale and at tendance standard other promoters will look up to for a long time to come. Six .weeks before the bout, with thn ticket sale barely opened, reser vations went over 200,000. The public Interest In this fight has completely squelched the feeble objections of the nrofcsslonal "reformers," who find themselves in a 1,000 o 1 minority. New Jersey otllclals, from Gov. Edwards down, nro tobc congrutU' lated for having the foresight to tnn tuhnt tho nubile wants and for giving Itlckard their assistance and assurances of a "squaro deal." The best answer to tho funny claim that V'O Is too much for a ringside scat nt any fight is lllckard's state ment thnt fifteen rows of these seats sold In a week. Up to date the crowds in Dotn National and American .Btucball Leagues aro running nbout 5,000 per game better tnnn nicy uiu lasi year, when there was n record attendance. Homo run records seem to hnvo n big influence In tho baseball box offices, nnd n new situation in baseball has come up. Formerly batters wero in structed to nit snro anu wcru oven lined for slugging out a homo run nenlnst Instructions. Now every club Is trying to develop home run hitters, nnd tno rivalry Detween iiaon Ituth and Homo Hun Kelly has beon worth thousands to the clubs. Mnnn gnrs are instructing batters to take a hefty wallop Instead of chopping nt thn nn . and tno pudiic which ai- wnvfl did llko to seo a lot of hard hitting nna plenty oi runs in a game rather than loo inuon science, is ao lighted. ALL SPORTS DOOMING. An unprecedented number of Amer imni miccUitors havo gone to Kng land for tho golf, tennis and polo matches, and reports from overseas Rhnw t.hat tho athletic attendances there aro breaking nil old records as well as In this country, Hill Tildcn has willed for Kngiand to ueremt tno tennis title he won last year at wim bli'don. nnd looks a likely wlnne this vonr too. England was long In vlnclblo with tho Dohcrty brothers nnd other itreat players, but seems to bo trailing behind America -tills season. japan Is going after athletic hon ors. Zcnko shlmldzu, tennis cham pion of the Island empire, is coming hero to compete In our national cham pionships and the David Cup matches. The Japanese do well In everything thoy try, for It's a Japanese habit to concentrate every nervo and thought on nttalnlng perfection tn, what they attempt tho Press Publishing Co. (The New York Wisher - Shlmldzu played In England last year and was a sensation. He is very fast and hits llko our best play el's. Kumagai. another Japanese star. has ibecn listed with our ton best l Players ror several years, ana snim ldzu Is rated far ahead of him. Shlm ldzu Is to play in England before coming here. Several Japanese baseball teams are touring America, and tho llttlo Orientals have taken to baseball as if born to 1L They are fast, clever, determined players, and aside from imitating the American strategy of the game show a few tricks that are essentially Oriental. CARPENTIER IS RIGHT. Manager Descampi and Georges Carpentlor aro to be congratulated for their boxing Innovation. Imme diately on arriving here the Frencn man's manager announced that Car pentier's whole ambition Is concen trated upon winning tho champion ship, and that getting more money out of tho fight will have no place in tneir plans. They don't want to co after the almighty dollart and they win not nave uarpcntiers training ciul ojjuii uj nm puuuc anu a gaic charge for seeing him do his dally training stunt. l congratulate carnontier and hla manager for this. There has been oo much show business connected with preparations for championship bouts, and too much of a "get-the- mone-y npint Any fighter should glvo his best effort to training. for poriect conumon, ana stiouiu uo his training unucr tno nest possible train ing conditions, which cortnlnly uoesn t mean mat no snoulu give dally boxing exhibitions for gate money. Carpentier Is teaching American boxers something else. He is on a rigid training schedule, not more than two hours a day of actual work, up early, simple exercises and simple food, careful handling by efficient trainers, early to bed. all visitors ox- eluded from his camp ut 8.30 in the evening. There will be no theatres, no loung ing in hotel lobbies, no dancltur or joy riding, nnd only quiet amusements nt homo with his family of trainers. in nis open-nir ring lie wi i havo the fight conditions duplicated in every thing except the presenco of Jack Dompsoy. Having always fought In enclosed arenas he will accustom him self to boxing in tlio sun and open air. Men have learned thnt horses must bo trained with scientific care nn 1 exactness, but it has remained for the Frenchman to apply tho same study to attaining ring perfection. It ho doesn't win this fight it won't bo for lack of concentrating all hla pow ers upon winning. Kcminds mo of the last time I saw Dempsey and Carpentier toccther. when I took them out to play a slng'o gamo of golf nt Shackamaxon Just year. Wo drovo out on ono car, Dempsey in tno front seat and Car pentior In tho rear. Dempsey, who Is always rrienuiy anu smiling and a good sportsman and to whom ho coming contest Is simply nn athleti; event, to bo won or lost fairly and without rancor, turned to Carpont'i-r and said "Gcorgo, n fellow can have a lot of fun when ho s champion, go ng to shows nnd meeting everybody and seeing inc. "Ah. yes. Jack." said Carncntler. "that is nil right until two months before a fight. Me, for two months before, nothing. For two months I shall train ana think of nothing uu winning." Dompscy gave Carpentier a quick look anil smiioU' "Mo, too, George," ho" said, fOowrUaht. lOil. br Ilobart Bml i n. ' I'olo Grounilw. llcrot Oimi 10.J0; Aft. 3,00 Allvt. By Thornton Fisher Evening World.) Jockey Benny At Last Makes Good on Metropolitan Tracks Youngster Proves He Is a Capable Pilot by Manner He Brings Hold Up Home Against High-Salaried Veteran Turner J OCKEY BENNY MARINELLI, the sensation of tho Tin Juann meeting, delayed qulto a while before making his presenco felt on the metropolitan circuit, but when he did jump into tho limelight he landed with both feet. Ho finally showed somo of the ability Westerners have been promising on Saturday at Bel mont Park when ho brought Bua Fisher's Hold Up home in one of the tightest finishes ot the season. Inci dentally, he mado tho high salaried veteran Turner look like a novice by clearly outriding the Wldcner jockey through the final furlong. Later he rode tho Ascot Stable's Juvenile Lucky Button In a manner proving ho has tho necessary qualifications for a handler of two-year-olds by hustling the youngster away from the gate and exhibiting horsemanship that outshone Johnson's, who rode Mission Bells, the runner-up. There never has been any doubt that Marlnolll can ride ho showed he could at Yonkcrs last season before ho ever went to Tla Juana. Out there ho was accounted better than such boys as Thompson, who later went to Kentucky to ride the Derby winner. Marlnolll's contract was purchased this spring by E, G. Soulc, the California handicapped, ror $10,000. During tho Jamaica meeting ho had little chance to display any ability, because his mounts were few and far between, and mediocre in quality. Good jockeys are seldom good enough to make bad horscri win. Al most without exception Marinelli roue bad horses. Ills employer races a two-horso string, so thcro could be llttlo opportunity for him there, ana the winners at tlio meeting were in variably ridden by Jockeys under contract to tho owners of them. The Nuw York e reult on era only a fnm-h rvith for tho vounzslcr who Is not under contract to somo big stable. Almost every big establishment has ono or two boys under steady omploy- ment, and they are given tno pret ence, of course, as against any out ulrlnr When n'freolanco. or tho next thine: to It. as Marinelli is. manes good, lt is about as much luck as any hinc else. lTowever. Marinelli ere ntod a demand for his services by his efforts on Saturday, so that when horsemen feel that all tncyu nccu is u good 100 pound rider to clinch vic tory, thoy 11 know wnere io louru Tuonan dnn't ho unkind and make any criticism of tho entry list for tho Toboggan xianuicap um-i in... lt ovor closely and then referring to last week's charts. It Li not a sell ing race, nor are any real honest-to-trtvidnosfl nlnters entered for It. All that ought to be founa is causu iur i- grot thnt tho Toboggan weignio were not nanuy ocioru uiuumun ran In that selling race at Ja maica the other day. His original as. slgnment was 120, tho same that he carried against tho platers, and for winning tho rnco he Is compelled to pick up flvo additional pounds to day when ho Is asked to meet the best sprintors In training with the exception of Audacious In ono of the annual classics, Tho poor 700 plater Alexander Hamilton also Is carded. Mr. Vosburgh thinks fairly well of him, considering hlb ngo nnd that few three-year-olds havo ever proven good enough to win tho event. Three, ycnr-olds havo frequently won tho event since Itlchard Croker's Prince George started tho ball u 'ling for them in 1833, Tho race was thon known as tho Toboggan Slide Handi cap, because It was run over the downhill Eclipse course at Morris FJU-R. Special Deputy Polloe ConunLalon- Marinelli er Mrs. Georco W. Loft's Swcenmcnt has evidently developed somo real staying qualities over the winter. He never hud anything to learn about jumping after the first time he was asked to take a hedge. Swcepment Is one of the best natural fencers In training, and all his performances arc a source ot great enjoyment to the sportswoman who owns him. Any horso who attempts to run with Swccpment for two turns of the field will know he has been to the races. Swccpment hung up- a new mark for the "about two miles" course on Sat urday when he clipped 1-3 second from tho previous record created by Good and I'lenty in 1006. The train delay on Saturday nljht is said to have been tho result of an argument between Mutt and Jeff over a division of the spoils of thy Hold Up race, said Hold Up being owned by them In partnership with their daddy, Bud Fisher. After collecting tho proceeds of tho wager, for which they obtained as good as 25 to 1, they took the front scat In tho first train back to town and waited. Just after the train started they'd split 50-10 until they got to tho last thousand, which was Fllver washers. Hather than bother with it Jeff tossed the sack out of the window and tho train tried to run over it, failed and broke a shoe C LATEST TRAINING TRIALS?" JAMAICA. Simple Simon, .36. Sunnyland, 1.47 3-S. Orleans Girl, 1.03. Silence. .52. Staunch, 1.05. Clough Jordan. .49. Sagacity, 1.18 3-5. Heatherton. 1.21. Uranlus and Pletres, .37. Occasion, 1.23. Athelstan, .0. Clarice C .43. Nancy nnd Marjorle M, 1,19 3-6. I.cghome, .60. Fort Churchill. .3. Dr. T. S. Danby, 1.06 3-3. Fred Kenny, 1.08. Black Thong, 1.47. Teddy B,, .53. St Isadore and Bennington. 1.11, Wishbone. .37 3-5. Dorcas, 1.46, , Dunsandel, .49 2-5. Omer IC, 1.01. Good Heart and Glen Belle. .50 3-5. Ix-onardo II,, 1.43. Fluff, .51. Genlo W., .49. ( Cazadora and Vooctrla. .50. eternal, 1,47. Moorvlch. .48, L02. Pavla and KallaU, .18 Knot Grass, 1.02. Chateau Thierry and Valentin. Jil. Humanitarian and Sadowa, .54, Yeomanette, .50. Sammy Kolly, .-50 J-5, Daydue, 1.01 3-5. Johnnie Dundee, .41 Z-C. Crystal Ford. 1.1S, Itomany, 1,44. Grey Gables, L17. Manheloi, .49. Tekeh, .49. The Chamberlain, .63. Veto, .54. llockport, 1.46. ACQUEDUCT. Magle Silence, .54. Our Flag, .53. Watcher. .40, 1.18. llecount, ,43 3-."' Alice C .49. Cornorvan, 1.15. Paddy Whack, 1.43, Court View, 1.53. Dry Moon, 1.30. OH Man and St. Maurice, 1,03. Veiled Colleen and Hyperbole, 1.03. Hard Guess, 1,45. Billy Barton, 1.44. Toucanot,. 1.45. Thimble. 1.44. New Ball League Ay- ForJS. Y.'Playerm To Meet Friday rw. Tho regular monthly mooting of thV? B New York Baseball Federation win'"'' be hold at Madison Rmure Gardon nn Itlday evening. At this meetuiJ president Harry Davega and other-,. officials of tho organization plan w" develop a'cloao co-operation with tho city 'officials in the hope of havlrfff more public park space thrown open ior DasoDoii games. Mayor Ilylan will he the principal speaker at tho meeting and he has promised to do all In his nownr to help along the playing facilities for the sandlot players of Greater New York. Other speakers will be W. W. Cohen, Dr. Prall, President of the Board of Education; Itoy Floyd Jons the old Yale University olavex. and Jaok O'Brien. i Up to date hundreds of ruunea hn.vn become affiliated with the federation and indications are that the organl- ' zatlon will be the biggest of its kind. r before long. President Davera ... pleased to seo no many of the large , . corporations entering for the Indus trial championship and ho is sure -that tho series will bo the most in- . . tercsting ever arranged. Teams Book ing membership can address P. M. Seiiafl, Secretary, No. 831 Broadway. flWderlclc W. rtubien Atmln on 4a Olymplo Committer. ii ;,Ji GENEVA. May J0, The Congress ofo oJ International Amateur Athletic Fedcrnipfc tlons held Its final session yesterday. J. ' S. Edstrom of Sweden, was re-clectcilV President Oy acclamation. Tho ntf "aa council u composed of Frantz ltelchetrioo'.S France: Frederick W. Itublen, SecretarymotKi of tho Amateur Athletic Union, United. .-, States: J. O. Merrick, Canada: II. J., Barclay. Great Britain nnd M. Strako-"'"'. wltz, Hungary. The Congress adopted rue-by footbnll as part of tho Olympic programmu It decided to recognize only open ulr Jump ing and throwing records and revl.--d the regulations regarding Javelin, U1j- cua iinu wciKru inrowing. Recognition of tho world's record r t the 42 kilometre Marathon race Is t continued because It has been found i possible to standardize the roun'H Tho International AnutiUr Ath.. Federation standard for J.ivelin v r"'!rv,t adopted, and amateur tt'ricruium.i (mil nercatter proniDited iroin allowing , frsslonils to uso their tracks nn I o facilities. President Edstrom nnd Mr Id, were re-elected dtleKriK-n t.. Uu I nntlonal Olympic Commute, n, structed to express ul tin Li'i-u Athletic Congress the wmh h,i Olympic Committee exlen.i Its ,i. tlon to all amateur fporu hi.c! the committee lie compose') of !'!' nominated by the Xatintri P Committee. They we-ro ali-r ik to vote against rltle Miootmr v.icm and optional iports on the olyi'ipic gramme. Mr. Itublen received a vote of mar for the great amount of piuluin work he had done. The next cnnni. will be held at the time of the i Olympiad. llnrvnrd Creiv to Ilrsnmr Trnlnl. i CAMUKIDGn. Mass.. Mny 30. -H-t,, , L. j vtird oarsmen will end a two du hoi)-, day to-morrow when training. w'n iMvol was broken after the Cornell race S.yi urday, will bo resumed In preparation for the final struggle with Ynle June 24. Coaoh Haines p'ons flvo dn i Intensive work before activities transferred to Bed Top next Sattird.i Harvard's launches nnd shells will '.. sent to New London Wednesday. W Tho crews plan to arrive in time v Jl a workout on the Thames next Mond Zbrasko Mertn Dally In Mnt llout Tn-Mirtit. BOSTON. May 30. Stanislaus Zbs- ,.u Uo will make his Initial appearance this cltv ns world's wresltlng champion to-night when he meets I'ete Oalle C New York In a one fall finish mateli Earl Caddnck, former champion, Sf""" scheduled to meet Itcnato Gardlm. thn jjt Italian urariDler. In another match on V,n nme ot1 1 . BELMONT, MAY 28. Jacase and Ivanhoe, ,36 2-5, ,50 Sea Wolf and TrevlHlan. .49 3-j Uroomspun, 1.50 2-6. Circus, 1.04. Reprisal and Snare, .49 2-5, Natural Bridge. 1.24. Honey Cell and Knfllade, 1.17 3-. Our Boots and Rep. 1.44 2-1 5) 2-5,' hn Klnnoul, 1.21. P. T. Barnuni, 1.06. Mesaincs, .43 2-5, 1.04, 1.14.4-4 Thlstlobloom and Duncecap, .4. 2-3, Itamkln, .51, 1.04. Grey Lag, .49 3-5, 1.16 2-5, 1.12 ot. Pheonlx, .51, 1.19. Candlestick, .37. Blue Laddie, .49. John Paul Jones, 1,17, 1.46. Hot Spur, ,3G 2-5. Billy Watts, .36 2-5, .49. Dream of the Valley, 1.49. Eliminator and Yodler, .1.21. Maiden's Ballet, .51, 1.18. Perfection and Two Feathers, .50 1.18. Caubeen, 1.10 2-C. Alllnlro, .49, 1.15 3-5. Knight of Heather. 48 3-5, 1.41 2-5, Bountiful, ,36 2-5. Tony Marto Score. ICnocUont tn Ftrnt ftonnil. Tony Marto. the west side walloping, wop and contender for Jack Briton' crown, mada a big hit at the N'lnthnmK8 Regiment Armory Saturday nlehu vm where he knocked out Eddlo Manning . .1 In thu first round with a series of body'" blows The last blow delivered b- t Mai to was a right hnnder under tha heart that sent Manning to the canvas rnr Manning formerly boxed under the' ot name of Johnny Glynn. In the otherHxir , star twelve-round bout Mickey Ncljson a,a I ann iiuck jost-ims, ine aimmutlve fly weights from Chinatown, went at 'i J ; hammer and tongs for the entire rout? ! and. aftor the Judses bad disagreed the referee, Kddle Pollock, called It a draw eri This mill was of the "sensational"? order and had the rans up fi 7, ehjilni In everv round. '""1 AnileTonei 75 IlrrU Tleeord for rTlinekamaixon Connt, F. Paul Anderson Jr., winner of thn Kentucky amateur golf title in 1917, and now a member of the Shaclcamaxor, Country club, at Westflcld, N. J-, brokw tlie existing amateur record for tha courso yesterday by shootlnji a 75, clip, nlnrr one stroko off the old mark. making his record Anderson was out in i."" 37. one over tho par figures, and horns J. In 38, as arroin.it a par 36. niriM, t i r tv rr-WTiftM Kt(BUrI Jl M tf m "31 , t n1 is 'r' nail ''t J ( THIJIV1 owi.i.u a uiujwuj ACABurxI,,i,R0! lnum u UuAns. aamu U. "-'u"4 t ft