AMERICANS RECAPTURE POLO TROPHY; SCORE, 10 TO 6
TO-NIGHT'S WEATHER OLOUbVi
To -M on no we weather cloudy.
"Circulation Books Open to All,"
"Circulation Books Open to All,
VOL. LXI. NO. 21,773 DAILY.
Copyright, 1 112 1, by The 1'rrni l'uullllillig
Co. (The -Nut York World),
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1921.
Kntrrril n Heconil-ChiM Matter
I'o.t (Hflcr, Nrw York. N. Y.
PRICE THREE CENTS
YANKEES BEAT RED SOX
BUDA1VA WINS CLOVER
Yankees.. 12021 020 0
Boston.... 00000002 0-
Batteries Qulnn and Schang; Jo nes and fluel.
Boston.... 1 0 O O
Batteries Mercy mid Devormcr;
AT NEW YORK:
Boston.... 1 0 2 2
Giants ...0 2 0 1
Batteries Filllnglm and CJowdy; Douglas and Smith.
Phila 00000001 12
Brooklyn .31 110200 - 8
Batteries Smith, He Us, Kennan & Bruggy; Cadore & Miller, Kruegcr.
AT ST LOUIS:
Chicago ..1 0
St. Louis.. O 0
Batteries Vaughan and Kllllfor: Haines and -demons,
Pittsburgh 1 0 O 0 O 4 KD
Batteries Cooper and Schmidt: Rixcy and Wlngo.
WasVton. 020001 00
Phila 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1
Batteries Zachary and Gliarrily; Keefc and Perkins.
,1 AT CHICACO:
Cleveland. 0-1 O O O 0
Chicago . . i o o o m lu r m-mi
BattcricH B;igby and Nnuamker; Kaljcr and Schalk.
St. Louis.. 0 2 O B
Detroit... 1 0 O m-MM
Batteries Palmero and Sevcrcld: Oldham and Basslcr.
AT CAM HIUDC1K:
1 0 0 1
0 3 0 0
IVittcrics Coxe and Peters
115,000 Colt, Odds-On Fa
vorite, Overtaken in Stretch
in Three-Horse Contest.
PLAYFELLOW RUNS THIRD
IN FAIR PLAY HANDICAP
By Vincent Treanor.
AQUEDUCT RACK TRACK. June
(,2 -Tho nancoens Stablo's Dudnna,
With Hande up, won the feature event
hero this afternoon, the Clover, for
rillles, She broke In front and wr.n
put clear of possible Interference Ml
I lin way,
In the final sixteenth them wna o
tenera! closing, nnd Harry Payno
Whitney's- Penitent got to within half
It length of her passlntr the. Judge".
Lucky Button, breaklnif badly on the
imtslile, In first position, finished
r.lnne Ihe Inner rail, third, a length
pnd a half back, Hudana was a 13
to I shot, Pande got her away on her
and kept her Ihero' alt the way,
TiW $Ua,OM Playfellow met with
Results, Charts as Baseball
0 0 OUH-
Itusacl and Walker.
0 3 0 1 CI E
0 O O 2 G
ode and Murphy.
an Ignominious defeat In the Fair
Play Handicap, named after his sire.
Ho went to the post against Fall
Gain and Thunderstorm and after
running past the leader, Fair Gain,
turned Into the stretch two lengths
to the good, He appeared to be com
ing on easily when suddenly Bande
went to the whip an him, "He's loaf
ing," said the experts, "and Sande s
waking him up." He wasn't loafing
ut oil for Fair Oaln aoon went by
htm a If he win tied, Then along
camo Thunderstorm and panod him
too, playfellow waa a ll-to-20 shot,
Thnre arn all klnda of way of hnv
Jnif a horee bentnn, Clareneo Kum
mer ahowod thla In tho snnnnd rnrio
when, In a enntendlTur pnitltion w.llt j
Tlntf-a-LIng at the, litmil of the ,
slretoh, he bolted in t in outaiilb font ,
This cost him whatevar ohanue hn h
of winning, Quite a play dovelnpad nn
Orotis, He got a flying broaU aint hut
everything in h!a favor until the Inst
ten yards when Teddy Rloe n Man-1
daisy at I to L same with a rueh ejid.
AQUEDUCT. JUNK 22. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST.
1 A 1 K'.!l;T ",:fl; '! '.". taovear.iida: maidens; ae'.lir.g; tire furlong; purac 11,100. At iKt
AH I , ,r,''.?v l,',.,"t - I"', Mart .owl for all but llmmtlful. Won dm lug; place eaiuc. Time,
101 Wiuuer,- cli. f. fy I'innari Knchantlng. Omicr, II, I', Wliltnej. I'raniir,
h. A. llnpton
P. I'. Witt, flt.
l allinir Aln.il 4
lfx) 2 2'
III. I 1
ki ." ;;
tr.i a t.
tie i ,v
IK! II 4U
102 7 7"
14-i l-'rwl Kiiuic) ...2
- I.at (lirl t
1KI ThlntWbloom s
l!ra Tree .,
m Wrerklrw :t
ill! Ilrlarcliff 7
Sll Bountiful (I
Sailing Along and Fred Kinney lia.l the -ic between thcmsclrcs all the way, the former out
gaming the Utter in the final drlrc. n,t fltrl ran a good rare, llouailful wan practically left at
SKUIM) llALr. Par Hire tear-o'.l.
putie l,ll). At pmt '. 2. lilt
'I I1'' l! f"t "' c' "
III.: Mandilai .
'il,rM'1 ! 1
I niei(wia :i us
t!M Atenk II
I'l.. .M t tune l,iu tier. 1
".l.i I rill. t ...
71 .lncion .
1.-.I I'ollj ....
II Dm i-be-r
. i. imi ii
4 IIS .1
in Ks is
Mandalaj lined fat under a n.ir.1 tiiie.
Latter waa eaailj Iwt of the others. I'ibrocli
Htll l) lUtlh The Fair I'ljj Handicap: tor threr.jear-old. and upa.-d- one mile'
l.a! iMl. At trl 3.U. Off at .1.117. Start twxj Won drtVinaf plicJ mi,
Tinie, l.a.Sj Winner, di -. uy Vi-haln Fairy Hold. Omtr. J, K. Wid-neV 'rliiVer
Fair (lain drtr aay at the c.fith pole.
1 nodrn to laid. Tliundcrftomi. outrun In catli
too', the lesd roundlna the turn, hut oliit bad!
nil FoFHTII HACK -The clorerj for t.i
' tLu. Puat XJit. 'Ml at :i.:!7 Sjrt -o.i
1T ner. p. I bj Zemi lluda. nntr Kan
I' I'.Wirt. .it. 't
i iani i.ik-kj nmton.
rtMH ritlnuta ... .
l.Vli Nancy 1' ... .
SOU Mlewnu Hells.
, l.'kl) l'niili.-w . . .
zri Marj Patricia.
leaser Ujw . . .
Flylni .Trt). .
Mtnwrter entry ItuJana had all the !c4
cicellent rre for htrr Hrt riart. Uicltj itu'toa
H ln.Vi. .Marten,. I'.l'.W'zt.M. 'i i -j .Mr. Hn. Jocteja. Oj. Ill, cl. ' Tl
l.i- rair "tain i in. I -- I 't i ji AlcAteo
I17R) TI(ir.d.-torm .. l'l .1 a Ii S Ymrrin '
SMI aifvlln S 114 2 l 1' S si .". Sande ..'.7
FHTII ItAOi; For thrre-sear-rl'Jt anil upar,l: rlaimlnt; one ind": pu.ne Xl.ldi i
ptt I W I Iff at t 01. .-tart pour. Won caaili, p ice ilrirlnai. Time. I IJI M Winner
b f. li tllencilrn- ItinglLni. Onner. .Marrone citable. TraJner, .1 V. aiavborry.
IM'.Wgt.St. 'i -it
Hi .Mari- Anlolnettc 2
i(l7 American llo . . 1
Vl7l I-halJria . . . . i
Sl." Nohant 4
SI.K Hold Up
14JI M.e .1
.1' 1" H
61 " an
iMane Antoinette drorped liack on the turn, came on again at head of utrrtch, went to the
front and on 1th rlmty to apare. American Ho flniHhed out strong, l'halarin had no exciMe,
Dorcaa nraa alHaa laitruu
SIXTH ltU'K For tliree-lerol,la; iruditlons; one mile- puron tl.lm. At put 4.X."
Off at 4 1'.l Start iioud 'on driiiug; place fame. Time, I.SM-.I. Winner, di.
4y OrnioiKtale Itlue tlraea. Owner, llnlolone Ktatile. Trainer, W. Jloolh,
Index. Starlon. P. 1'. Wit. St. ' M
1MII Vice lyal .... 1 HM 1 J I '4
t'ouiier Ihircou.. 2 111 2 2Ma -1
iSltlJohn Paul Jtlim '! 117 Il"
IS.') MwtallonlJ . 11 IS" II II .
H.V IV.h Ann . .. 3 115 4'i
SIM Scollaml Vol . . 4 112 4 4i
Vice Itegal eet a faat pace ail the way and
Utter a. puumU the beat of the othv'n. Jam
ppllled the beans for the combination.
Orctis was second in front of Plbro.h.
This race had all the appearance of
what Is known as a boat race.
The apprentice Jockey event which
opened the day's sport went to Harry
Payne Whitney's Sailing Along, with
as good as 1 to 1 against her chances.
Sho and Fred Kinney made It a two
hotse affair and they came down the
Inside neck nnd neck. In the last six
teenth Sailing Along drew away to
win by a neck, 'red Kinney had lit
tle icontention for the place. Last
filrl was third. Bountiful and Thistle
bloom, tips of the race, were never
prominent. The former wheeled at
the post and was practically left.
Marie Antoinette under a well
judged ride Bullman, laid close o
the pace . camo away In the
stretch to win the fifth race easily
by two lengths from American Boy
with Phalarls gottlng tho third money,
ttorens again disappointed hor a3
mlrrra and showed poor form for a
favorite dnspltn Hande'a enorgotlo '"f
forts, Woman Nnmril na I'lnh
WAMtttNOTON', Junes i, "President
ItarrtlnB'i f I rat nnm;natln nf a wnmnn
In lia Coltretnp nf Cintqma waa ent in
the Venule In.dny when lie ntmed
Jaipur I'. Miiwee In he rnleln' fnr
JllBtriet N'a, ii with headquarters at
Bait Lake City, Utah,
8 TO 2;
Str. Fin. J-k.7ii.
O.i. HI. CI. II.
TumiT .... II
J I urn v , , . .10
Waller! ... 2
rnU tipnaro. claiming; ii and one-ualf furlongs;
at .Mil. Start good. Won driving: place itinr,
latatnon toiy .Marj. 0ncr, Kdnard Atllnaloii
Mr. Fin. Jik'Iw-m., oi. ill. CI.
-twI.IU . 30
I'. Ktim'er il
Tiooii . . . .In
M.tralf . . is
Wdnor . . :io
I'onc-rt ... M
ltliin .... S
Fatu- ... tl
lluni ... in
McSaniee. . .'lO.
Marl.il . . 1..
.ai.jlit ()rcu in lait uliterntU an I won nfiinjt a.i
ImUhed out stron. Unj-a-Linj ran out on horn,
2 11-T 2 1 .1
-10 7-in i.i.so
..id neakeneil In last siiteeuth and had to he hard
Hajc, ili faat through Uit eighth. I'lajlellon
in final eighth.
ycr.oldi: Mliea: fite furlonn; ?'.'.f.(i addeil. At
Won diirir.: place name. Time. o.a 4 3. Win
o.a Mahle Trainer, h, C. llildreth.
N'r. F,n. Jnclveju.
I. HI. I I. I'l. 110.
1 1 ij
2'i 1'enmin . . 1.
"'i: I!. Ktimmer I
4 H.ririnm .. .",
'. fllce ....
m Kigh ...
IIH Martin ...
II' MeAtee. ..
1 atn- . . . .
Mclcalf . .
KeL.av . . .
ami xtotjtl h bard drire Ramcly. Tcnitent rait an
!inihrtl out ctronji, Nancy tired in the drive.
Sir. Fin. Jockeoi. 0,. Hi. CI. PL
1' h. Ililllman
1 2 .'.
i r. z ft
21 Vi llslili 1
.1' ('. KnmmiT,i-2
4i OiltUrtli ... S
.1 I'tmnian ... s
1 Vb Hande ."i.s
7 WnraWncIc . 10
Mr, I'm. JocJu'ia. Uip. HI. CI. PL
Sande . .
1 7 7
2 5 2 11 fi
s ii-r, ;;-2
toud a dnre gamely when Copper Demon challenged.
1'aul Jooea ran a fair race, Polly Ann had nj pp.'nl
FIRST HACK Six furlongs Mav Bo
dlne, IJ.GO and $2.70, first; Blnclt Kacle,
?2.60. second; Grace King, third. Time,
1.13 3-6. Non-starters, Judge Pryor,
Plnecrest, Miss 7'rospcrlty, Kuiner,
Graham, Service Flag.
KI3COXD RACK (Suhatituled for
original race) I'lve furlongs Tulalip,
t.70 nnd Jt.uO. first; Commander Colin,
in. jeeond; Nig. third. Time. 1.01 3-5.
THIRD RACK One and me sixteenth
miles. 11. K. Coleman, J1 r,0 nnd J2.70,
flmt ; Jtake tip $t.jO. aoeond Balance
Wheel, third. Time. 1 If. 1-0. Non
starter. Cozette, Knrna, Rw Prince,
Harlock and Alula.
POUHTil IUC?: Five and one-half
furlongs. Bet Moale, $5.S0 and $3.70,
f'.rat; Bemlce K, J5.10, sK-ond , I.uc'
now, third. Time, 1.07 4-S. Non atarter,
FIRST RACE About two mllea.
King Terry, Jt.83 mid $2.70. flrati Baro
net, SS.8S, second; Jim 0 third. Time,
3,112, Non-atarters Buporba and Bee
hive, HWt-'ONfi TlACn Mix furlnnga Am-
nilenn Pnglo, 17.70 and It 40, flr'. ;
fpoltnnn qurwn, lit, nconi1 . Plain lit)',
ll ltil. Time, l.tJ ,1-S, Nun alnrirra,
lllnnliilnclnii, llnnclnif (llil nnl KI"Kln
THIltD MACK ..'Hi.- f.iPiiiK. (ii
mnran, IJ,4!l and 'V0, ftral ; HfflHmt,
17,1(1, aecnnd ; lllaannry, lltlM Time,
1,11 -5, Non atarlrra, fnn Tag anil
(naalnn Bntrlee en Pan
HARRY ERTLE IS SELECTED
AS REFEREE OF TITLE BOUT
HARRY ERTLE IS SELECTED
BY NEW JERSEY BOXING BOARD
AS REFEREE FOR TITLE BOUT
Choice Is Made at Special Meeting of the
Commission Held This Afternoon He
Was Unanimous Pick. I
Haifj Ertlii will be the third man i
In tholrlng when Jack Dentpst-y and
Georges Curpcntier of France cl'.tfli
in their twelve-round, no-dccl.sion
bout lit Jersey City on the afternoon
of July 2, Krtlo was named to
day as lufetce o( the big inter
national battle at n special mce'iiig
held by the New Jersey Boxing Com
mission at the olticc of Robert Doher
ty, Chairman of the Commission No.
3SC Newark Avenue, Jersey City.
Tom Cassldy, Secretary of the Box
ing Commission, made the announce
ment of Ertlc's selection as referee u
few minutes after the Commission
Inves ip.tlor fnr Wifp Cap in
.... 0 -
Montreal and May Briny;
MONTREAL. June 22. Fred
Beauvais to-day was reported to
be on "several days' leave of ab
sence" from the office where he ia
employed. At his home it was
also stated that he had been
away for several days.
Mrs. Anno L'niuhart Stillmnii Is o
take tlie stand in her own defense ;.a
soon as the evidence adduced In pe
nult of her husband in his dlvo:ce
action against her has been com
pleted. In all probability Mrs. Stillman will
be called to tho stand about July 1.
The only subjects upon which she
may properly be examined, It was
pointed out to-day, aro a to her re
lationship with Fred Beauvais, the
guide, his letters and other communi
cations to her and her alleged "hys
terical letter" In her husband.
Charles .). Wallace, chief of the
staff of Investigators for the lawyers
for Mrs. Anne L. Potter Stillman in
combating the divorce action of
James A. Stillman, left for Montreal
to-day after hurried preparations. His.
departure followed a conferenci of
the lawjers as to the means t.i be
used in seeking the exclusion from
the evidence of two letters purporting
to bo from Fred Bcuuvtils, the half
breed guide named by Mr. Stillman,
to Mrs. Stillman.
There were reports that Mr. Wal
lace had gone to consult with Beau
vais about the letters and possibly to
persuade the young man to come to
Poughkeepsic to appear as a witnest
confronting James A. Stillman when
the hanker appears on the stand for
cross-examination next week.
The first move of Mrs. Stlllman's
lawyers when tho divorce hearings
(Continued on F.lghth Page.)
2 DAYS IN CELL
FOR BROKER WHO I
DEFIED AUTO LAW
, , , . ,, . . , ,
nenjnmln llub.n, thirty-eight, of.
No, 133 Weat uith Street, said to !
be a wealthy Mock broker. w. son- ,
inneed , two days in the City Prison,
in addition to holng obl.rtrd to pay'
j MRS. STILLMAN WILL TAKE
; STAND IN HER OWN DEFENSE
" " I . I II 1 1
110 fine,, by Chief Mnglslrnto Mti.,'"7 . ,. .. L .
A.ii.o In tin. Trnrtlo Court to-tlny, ,,t:Oordon Lowe., veteran British player.
..leaded guli.y to having m car 1 'n Httnlnhi e-tH, -I. -3 ei
parked at H.vera.de Drive and imth r " . r- ""TLtL rt p
' ...... ... i Alalia defeated lliiiigliatnn nf Ignjlnnd
Hlfeet, known as ' tnapirntlnn Point, ' , . tmrrt-fiiBht mnleh, 40, o-j. s e,
w.th lua llht 'nil im the night nfil-S. 3'
June 11. I
Hubln had been served with a aum-1 (Per "tory of tody'a play In the
niniia timl tenured it- Tiion a wmrrant i Worrvn'a MtPoiiol!Un Qolf Cham
wont Into session. Cassldy, with a
smile on his face, told the newspaper
men who had gathered at the meeting
that as the laws of New Jersey j;lve
the .Boxing Commission absolute
authority to appoint the referee to
Judge all contents in that SUte,
Comml.Nloncrs Doherty, Lyons and
McNalr had all agieed that Ertlo was
the most capable official In their
State to judge the battle, and for that
renso'n they had selected him fci llm
The exclusive announcement that
Harry Ertle would be appointed ref
eree of the fight was published in
Tho Evening World yesterday.
2 FLYERS KILLED,
2 U-BOATS SUNK.
Destroyers Make Short Work of
German Sharks; Airplanes
WASHINGTON, Juno 22. -Two Uer
mnn U boats were destroyed to-Jay
by gun fin; from American destroyers.
Tho l-H0 wuh attacked at from 2,000
to 3,000 yards by th- 'Mvision under
Commander Mayi mn: Hi of tho 3a
shells hit the mark. She wont down
in one hour and twenty-three minutes
after fire opened.
The F-4S was attacked next with 40
shells in four minutes and torty-five
seconds and went down In twenty
The attacks took place sUty m'l..s
off the Cape Charles Lightship at 10
o'clock this morning.
Capt. Howard Douglas and Lieut.
Marll .1. Plumb, both of the Army Air
Service, were drowned In Hampton
loads to-day following a collision be
tween their machlnos.
Lieut. Plumb was dropping bombs
in practice flights in connection with
the joint arm. anil navy bombing
tests now in progress, nnd after re
leasing ,i bomb Ii.n plane ascended
into the air It roflidcd with that of
Capt. Douglas, which was fljlng
above it. and both machines crushed
lo the water.
MRS. MALLORY WINS
IN TENNIS SINGLES
WIMBLEDON, June 22 CAsoclated
Press).-Mra. Molla BJursted- Mai-
lory, American women's singles ten-
r.ls champion, defeated Mm. Arthur
G Owen. -3. 6-2 .n tcdays mund
tho J1' jrtl" court lawn tennis
1 plonahlp, ae pans, t)
AMERICAN POLO TEAM WINS
BACK INTERNATIONAL CUP
WITH ASK OF 10 TO 6
GOALS BY PERIODS.
Stoddard (two) Nona
Hitchcock Lockett (two)
Hitchcock, Milbur None
GOES TO CAPITAL
i Irish Slip "Thanks" to Admiral
j at Pier Cheers and Boos
1 Hear Admiral William S. Sims.
LT. S. N returning to this country
under peremptory orders from Sec
retary of the Navy Dcnliy for utter
ances In criticism of Sinn Fein sym
pathizers In America, arrived In this
city to-day aboard the White Star
His arrival, save for the presence of
nearly 1,000 foot nnd mounted police
men anil detectives about the pier and
at the Pennsylvania Terminal, where
ho took train for Washington, was ps
quiet and uneventful as It had prom
ised to be boisterous.
It hnd been expected that there
would be demonstrations both favor-
able and hostile to him, but save for
i a few "bops" nt the railway station
there was not a single manifestation
of unfriendliness to the American
Admiral. The hundreds of police and
all their precautions In keeping
crowds away from the White Star
' pier and tho terminal wcro all for
I In spito of all the precautions that
had been token by tho White Star
Line, Major Michael A. Kelly, who
j fought in Franco with the old 63th,
was i, the pier when tho Olympic
docked. How he got there nobody
known but Kell nnd a few others.
I Major Kelly ktpt In the background.
When Admiral Sims reached the pier
from the Olympic Kelly passed to
some one ahead of him a folded slip
of paper. As If by magic this paper
sped along until It reached the hands
of a policeman who was close to Ad
miral Sims, and the policeman
'slipped It to tho Admiral's aide,
j The paper was an engraved and
i Inscribed document bordered with
I green ahamrocks and Sinn Fein flags.
i In one upper corner was a picture of
i Benjamin Franklin with tho dates
1709-71. In the other corner was a
Iplcturo of Eumonn. 0e Valcra and tho
! data 1018. Neatly Inscribed was the
i following messngo:
"To Hear Admiral William F
films, United States Navy:
"Tho Volorans Association for the
(Continual tu Second Page.)
nut woiti.ii Tii.win. mtitmt ,
Ax-aiU, I'ulllaer (WmMI nuttrllni. BS.U Park
ltii. N. . tftr. Tvlrptll,lle flrekman (Pud
ftsrn rxr. tzr ti;:is; i&i rirrcia er. ilu i A
uUVX. Mear emera and iraiallaxa' ravekj tor
I aale. XifX.
SiS ARRIVES. EIS
1 '2 ii 4 5 0 7 ToUl
...3 1 1 2 1 0 210
...0 2 0 2 2 0 06
Victory of Saturday Repeated
in Second Game, Which
Closes the Series.
YANKS' FAST OPENING.
Pile Up the Goals Right From
the Start British Make
HUIILIN'OHAM POLO FIELD.
Londoft, Juno r22 (by tho Associated
Press), America to;day regained
possession of tho International Polo
Trophy, defeating UreatiBrltaln In tho
second match 10 to 6, 'nnd winning
the scries of two matches.
Thu International mulch waa for
tho bc.it two In thrco games. Tho
American team won tho first game,
' played last Saturday, by the scoro ot
11 to 4.
By to-day's American victory thai'
trophy which tho British took home'.
to England as a result of Its victory
i at Meadow Brook In 1911 return's to
, the United States. Tho trophy ii a,
1 cup which hits been contested for
slnco 1886. The match Just concluded
was tho eighth International series, of
. which each nation has won four.
The American quartet knocked tho
'ball about back of the goal posts In
.practice lasting only a few minutes.
'They received an ovation on taking
the field. Col. Kdwiird Miller for Kng
lnnd and Col. Dunbar for tho United
Stutrs wcro the referees. Tho later
replaced Walter Buckmaster, the Eng
lish polo player who refcreed for tho
American team In tho first game,
Tho English players also were ap
plauded as they Joined in tho practice.
Tho players' mounts paraded the
field, tho twenty-flvo American ponies
leading, with tho twenty-two British
ponlos behlml. Tho contingents wcro
headed by boy scouts, each bearing
tho national colors of the teams.
The stands were almost filled to
their capacity ot 10,300 when thu
game started at 3.30 o'clock. Just
before tho start Uobcrt E. Straw,
bridge, the American muster of tho
Cottesmore Hunt, took a scat In thu
Louis Stoddard at No. 1 led tho
Americans In scoring with four goals,
but he was closely pressed by Thomiti
Hitchcock Jr. at No. 2 with three goals,
J. Watson Webb, No. S, came noxt
with two goals and tho remaining
tally was made by Devercux Mllburn,
back and captain of the Amor'e-m
Honors w-ere evenly divided between
Lieut. Col. H. A. Tomklnson, No. 1',
Major Barrett, No. 2, and Lord Wode
house, No. 3, of tho British team, each
scoring two of England's goals. Mu
Jor Lockett, back, had an easy chauci
(Continued on Eighth Page.)
Olajetflad adrartlalng copy for
Tna Sunday World aboutd ba
hi Th. World offloa
On or Before Friday
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