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SPORT
BATTLEAXE SMITES FIELD
WINS OH ANI) UMON.
11. P. Whitiu.i Takes Down$10000
SleJ.r with Hamhurg Colt.
;BT TKUEOBAFH TO THE TRIBlNE 1
?ga. N. Y. Aug. 9.?The colors of the
Whitn-*y stable. whlch were carrled to vlctory
by King Hanover in the initial running of the
Qfati-i L'nion Hotel Stakes, were brought home
flrst to-day in the bfth runnlng of the stake by
Pattle Axe, a colt whlch many crities conslder
t';e lr-est of the present crop of Hamburgs. Op
posed to him were seven youngsters, whlch. ln
thf- present dearth of good two-year-olds, must
be . onsidered ae relatively flrst class.
As has been the case in almost every two
jear-old stake sun this year, the top weights
failed to carry the impopts. as youngstera of real
stake calibre shouid. aud were beaten off. ln
thls particular instance. th* failures were. F. R.
Hitchooek'a Vendor end Captain S. S. Brown's
Accountant.
Both had accjuired penaltles whlch hrought
the Imposts up to 127 pounds, and both appar
ently were outclassed. Neither hnd any other
legitimate excuse. Vendor was ridden by Tommy
Burns and Accountant by Jack Martin. both
conceded to ba the best ridors of two-year-olds
on the Eastern turf.
Battle Axe was in rereipt of ten pounds. scalo
weight. and with this differ-?nce in the Imposts
was by far the best horse in the race. In addi?
tlon to Battle Axe. Mr. Whltney started another
Ha_mburg. the bay colt Midas. The latter made
most of the pace, and through the backstretch
and around the turns showed plenty of speed.
The others were done to such a turn that Red
forn on Battle Axe had little trouble in coming
on and winnlng from fandv D bv a comfortable
margin.
The latter colt ran through his field, and, whlle
his performance seemed an excellent one. there
la a question whether it was not a bit exagger?
ated by the fact that the rest of the fl-Md was
coming back to him at pvet*y jump.
Jerry Wernberg. the Watercress colt. which
haa alwa>s shown just em.ugh tantalizing speed
to warrant the public playing him. was an ln
oiffer<--nt third. and wtth n<. apob.gW to explaln
away his performance. O'Neil placed him nlcely
and until the last eighth pole was reached had
him within striking distance of the Ieaders.
The race went a long way toward dispelllng
the theory that Jerry Wernberg wants a longer
distance of ground. With nothing to interfere
?wi'h him. he gave way to Sandv D.. which he
met on even terms. and was beaten nearlv two
lengths by him
The WVdtnty stable always ruled flrst choice
in the betting ai.d closed at 8 to 5. The players
had little time for the top welghts and generous
prices were quoted against them.
Au outsider that araa sunoeed to have a chance
because of a fast trial was Ben Hodder. Unleea
he improves tremendously over his performance
to-day it would se.-m that he had little business
ln BUCh company. H<= ran weU enough for five
furlongs. but stopped there as though he did not
care enough about arguing the case out.
As is the case when a eteeplechase is on the
programme tlie attendance to-dav was materi
ally iu. r^ased. and so iar as the clubhouse pat
ronage waa concerned doublv so by the fnot
tha' ihf riders were all amateurs, Tlie ra-*e was
a handicap <-*ver tba short course and brought
out five representative* from the crosscountry
division
Mr. Harris. who hunts wjth Major Wad*.
*<v<->rths hounda ln the (ienesee Vailey, had the
leg up on Jim Xewman, the favorite. and brought
th** old gelding first home after Daffo Down Dlily
and Oraceaway fell and Punctual had been
?-hr-uidered out of the course by a loose horse.
Jim Newman is not an ?>asy"h4:.rse to ride and
many thought that he would attempt to run
out with Mr. Harris. This fact. coupled with
thA blazing tip that spread from paddock to fleld
on Daffo Down Dilly. h-Mped to buov the price
cg2'nst Un, so th-ir 7 to .". was to'be had ln
rnr'ft books
At the laat turn Jim Xewman did try to go
out. but he found Mr. Harris as difBcult to bully
U Ray and changeil hls mlnd in time to win by a
dozen lengths. Fnvorites and outslders divided
the honor--. between them.
REDUC1XG IIURTS JOCKEY
WtTUe Davis Taken Violcntly III in
Paddoek at Saratoga.
iBT TEI-EGRAPH TO THB TRIBUNE.J
Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 5..?In attempttug to re?
duce weight this morning. immediately after
eating a hearty meal, Wlllle I>avi_, the Jockey,
v.as taken vtolently ill, and for a tlme his con?
dition waa thought to be serious. In the pad?
doek he became delirlous, and lt was necessary
to take him away in an ambuiance. He is said
tO be much better to-night. and will probably be
able to fulfll his engagements in a few days.
Athlone. the gelding whlch "Get-rich-quick"
Ryan is said to have owned. when he ran in the
name of V. S. Wishard. was bought to-day by
Jack McCKnnla, who paid &. .000 for him. Ryan
ls stlll iu Saratoga. but since the coup on Ath?
lone was accompusned he has attempted none of
his apectacular "kllllngs."
A flag whlch dld not mark the boundary of
the course threatem-d to result ln the dlsquall
fleation of Jim Newman thls afternoon. Mr.
t lark. who rode Presgrave. thought Mr. Harris,
on Jun Newman, had cut the boundary flag and
it was aame tlme before the stewards wera con
vtaeod ihat b? had really rldden the course.
Preagrave pulled up extremely lame Manv
Jin.lhKh,H.,r r'a.k r"de ? "eedleiS vig?roua
tolah. His mount v.as flogged from the quarter
note^nm"' P "3S evid6nt that h* co"^
SARATOGA ENTRIES.
""? t\whn*\* Har'1,"f,; ^T*******. ?700 added.
?N"'m* Wt Name ?*,..
James Rflddlch.UT Anodvn. . V__
ffi. **??._; 1W Ooafedetfltfl.no
Ladv Navarrr IM Atblete.JAs
Flip FJflp 114 . ??*
SEn.Nn K_.CE-; -St.rpi.rha_. handlcap: -elUmr four
$<*4. > added. The short course.
? onnover . 14S r.eorge Keene..iS
Ora-eaway .144 P.rlmn . ,o
Th* Virglnlin.142 Tem.rity 7 7 7 7 '.'. 7 7 ..S
""i.,1. _\__ .f_,/^1,l.f' ?wo-raar-<rtda: ttm added. fi-.,
aiM cne-nalf tatUmgg
j-.'.rn,'_t, ._.1*> r-.rksur. . 102
M[ntuaruther'.jjg ggjgj- _.:::::::::___
Third Ai.r,?.77777 JS? &Tre.;;;;;;;;.go
<^",rJa" .lOClgurling.loo
____.?_ * .104 riav|Rny . :::"?? Mi
vS}*inw .J2? Hampton I_ady. . . Z
T~," _.l-_,A_ure . 2
TOI?d_"?__4_i^i2!.K "T'R'"'N': ?????? thr.*-vear
gaS_^-?!^..3j ^r^'"'mh m,!?- .?
r_._5_._2 TrOV.U? K-hallan . .5
bXT" 7777.J8|,y**?.:::::::: S_
FI"""d."A^.7^n8- "?^-?4- and over: **
rnclfl TJrlah. toaiHoma . ss
?J.<v;un^ .1"? Mad Mullah....'..nt
TrleptK.n, .NW. pr ppn{:,j . ?
stl Valaattaa. im sir Rnip!l .* ; ?' ?
At hlone .. .>is .?*
SIXL"edRASfx~r-.!on^.S **" yPar" ?M ana ***** *??
K^ar777777:,^:^,er.Jg
ooeur d. uoo.m!^ltLe.ca.ie7::::::77 _
S?* .**,..H? Briillant. . ifl
FiMm"?.-"" .11-VPeter Knl,ht. :;7l 2
Ei1'm,'r,' .H5 Kolaneka . 1 110
Be" ."5 Salt and Pepper...:... 7. 1.0
FORT ERIE RESULTS.
Buffalo. A?g. ?.-Favorltes fared tadlv at Fort
Erie to-d.y. W^ther clear: track fast. Burn
man?*s:
?n?-riL__?' 1***** furlr,n-*)-Bart Howe. 0 to 1 _on
?__..,^_?V !" ""nd; D'X" Andr^8* 3 to 1 thir":
7 t^C->n-or.Cer_r- . a-d,?n,e-h"If 'u>-l?ne?)--__dy Traver*.
l___.lrr *^R ,(.'7n.f?urIoi1S?)-Tra-_P|Bt. S to 1. won; Four
1-?V ' ' 'ec,,nd: ??e-e_, . tc 1. thlrd. Tlme.
Tlme 1:^2 t0 6 *eoond' AwaK 8 to 1. thlrd.
?frUtThaC??fi "S* owj-halt furIonW)_Bedlem. 16 to I.
Tlm-. 1-k ' 6' 8econd; To 6*n, ? to 1. thlrd!
Slxth race tone and three-eightha mlles*?Our Bess'e
F^^o MoS?d*tW^ fK^ .^?
Klrb>. 8 to 1. thlrd. Tlme. l:21Vj.
SARa4TOGA SUMMARIES.
_*\*_^__m__*t-m___.mW ftllimtwr. vears BM: $800 added; flv. and ona-half furlong--.
i-^jurne. j.ot*. VMnner, ch. f . by Ayreshlre?Mlss Kllle.
Start bad. Won eesily.
*-? -.
Owner.
;Post ? :
I fo. jWt.| St.
. .
Bettlng -
Avlst_>r_ ..McGtnnls.. 10 P7
Blvouac .iBel-no-U): A 1 lot'
?uth W..tBenr.ett) 11 UO
i-'arraret M.-TVeber. 7 99
Jsaaamins ..WUbodi 18 , 94
Mlsa Point.'Haymar..- 8 105
*******.(Waldeek St.' 2 99
*4-!*a*lUia.(Madden. 6 . 96
r>-*cend.fOldeom 8 j 104
Vadiaa.lOfferroan'! 1 '. 84
Aasrola.(Hogan-, 8 i 94.
Anal_? Oakler.(-*-i ? 3 , 99
RcraJ Chi-O*-(Seaugram.' 12 .'100
Jockey. ) Op. High.Close.Place Show.
6*
44
74
8
10
11
12
Lef t at the post
1*
S?
4k
2**
8*
6l
74
6
9
10
11
12
!'
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Bt
44
*.??_
_
Mclntyre .I 5
Hlldebrai.d. 7-2
AV Knapp .| 13-5
J Mclntyre
McDanlel
jPerriu ..
'Mlller ...
Balrd ...
Felcht ..
Morlarhy
.mggins .,
Johnson .
B. Miller ,
n
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8
40
6
BB
RO
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BB
16-6
40
10
12
100
Sn
600
50
150
60
R
4
13-5
15
?
10
100
7
50
600
60
150
40
11-5
7-5
1
*i
3
4
30
6 2
15
200
20
60
15
6-5
7-10
3-5
3
15
7-5
8
100
10
80
Avlston rot & runnlng break; had al!
... the speed and waa never in danger Blvouae had no excuse Rnth tc*
JS?i52 XoWM ifJf?",. M*T*aret,M h?d * lot * ??*?**? *? 1??t in th. uut furloV R?>S Chl?Uth
?JU KALE.?Steeplacha?e. handlcap; for four-year-olds and over
-m rr.llee. Btart good. Won BBally. Time. 4:34 V Wlnner. b
for rent.emen rlders: $700 added
by A-rolithe? Tiddiewlnks.
left.
about t wo
K-.-e
.- i -..
iPoat I I
, PO. ;Wt. '
St. J-i K 1 st. Fln
Jockey.
J"ira Newman. a.(H'chcockV 2 ! 158' 8 8l 2*
Presgrave. a.tClaj-k- 1 i 154 1 1*? 1?
P-jr.cniai. a.rWaUachj 4 I 138 4 2? 4
Grace&way. 5."Pagei B 1*2 6 4 a*"*"
-Daffy X> Dllly. a.<Wld?ncr.; 6 140 2 Fell
-Bettlng-,
Op. High.Cloee.Place.Show.
84
2*4
4
31st
!Mr.
Mr
Mr
Mr.
Mr
Harris
Clark.
Deveraux
Page _
Baker ....
7-5
8
5
6-2
8 2
M
7~R
5
7
3
10
1-2
8-5
3
1
8
1-4
3-5
8-5
1 3
8-6
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OB BBf
!Post I |
1 Po. |Wt.l
B*u.. Ao*.(Whittiev.
?fiaady D.'ZJegler)'
Jerry Wei-nb-_rg.<B'ngion.
Mldas .iSehefte!.'
Vendor .-"Hltchcockl
-fc-cooununt .(Brown)
"MeXhtredg. . .Duryea.;
Ben H'-ider. rwa: d -?r k E ?..
Slcker .
Red Eye.(Vwyer)
'? 317'
, IM
112
112
127
; 12T
112
112
! 112
54
7
64
l*
2
4?
B
8k
10
8
4 6t. Fln.
Jockey.
--Bett Ing_
Op. High.-Iose.Place.Shoi
6k 1>
7 7
24 34
1?H 2'4
8k 4>
6" 61
4?
1'.
9
84
10
8
iW Redfern .
2"-. :Aiistln .
8J4 O'Neil .
4 Hildebrand ..
5? | Burns .
?l .J. Martln _
7? Shaw .
i I.yne .
8 af. Buchanan.
0 W Knapp ...
8-.**.
20
6-2
8-5
in
6
15
12
20
40
2
8
as
50
60
8 5
15
8
8-5
B
7
15
B
So
60
or.O Pandy O ra.. a gr-od race from e bad bresk. and wa, rlesPiif strenr- at th. fln
l-a^k to hi. old form. about due nf-xt tinie b?I Weight s^,,p'?l v^dor ^e _H\o'
7-10
6
1
7-10
3
6-2
_,,
1-3
3
8-5
1-3
85
ft5
.1
8-5
8
10
and won going away at ihe
flniah. Jerry Wemberg. comlng
nace prov?l too much for MIdas.
4T1- RACE ? Hand..a.r.. for three vear-olds and
V.it, drlvinc. Tlme. 2:0ti, trinn,. _-h >.
Start good.
IPoct
Hocis *nd age. Orner. Po. |Wt-| Bt.
V.*lr. In. 6..iKirkfleld St.. 8 180 1 B< ,M
Br__gg. 6. o-url) 4 K* | 3', S<
fJarB-nan. 5-'Kempneri 8 12o ?. 4- 4
T>i-?fi. 4... .'Knyder. 6 ; 113 7 7 6'
Red Friar, 8.'Dwyer. 7 ?5 .'. 2? 24
l/litle Bcont <? 'Uer.n-tii 2 : 102 fi !? 9
t'nrle fngh. 4.. .'Fiii. 5 M8 4 1? 1?
<-?ronal 5 .. R.,g?-rs. *:???. s
Rl-?ood. 4..Duineliii 1 98 2 6 7
-Betting.-? -*
Op Illgh.ilcie Place Show.
1'4
9
I
1'
64
3'
1*4? Romanellt .I 15
2'a J McInt>TB _ 8
3? Dugan . B_2
: Redfi-rn
IW. Knapp . . .
W. Buchanan.
Burr.s .
Ros. .
, <>arner .
4
an
6
5 2
10
30
25
15
4
8 2
30
10
18 5
15
99
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4
4
ao
B
12
1V1
4 5
R
4
3
7 10
7-10
4
8-5
2-6
6-2
10
In proved ?-*. Se mu-h th. t,?st and -lo.?d a K-t o? ground ln the last furlong. Eraac ran .Mr ?.o? 7^~
' r.iagg ran a Tatr rac. Oars
St.rt poor. Won drlvlng. Tlme. 1:41. Wlnner,
*TTH RAi-K .Selllng. for ttire* year ol-ls; $r_c,ri a.idel. one n:lie.
?J l-lk f Ly Pirate ,,f Penzan.-e- -Fertil*
IPo?t 1 1
i-i-r.rr Po wt S?
** 4
Pt. Fln
Jockey.
Ix-reita M .'TI--henori
??*?'? > Brown.
- . __ ?Bettlng-.
Op Hlgh.Close.Plac. Sho-w.
.--ter
?? ...
WOmAt.
P ." h
Bellindlan . . .
The i\\m1t,i
1 .bln
Bradley . r?
Orayiad
Barbarorrs.
oapsrotas*.
1 J..-hn_Kini
- lta .
iBf-nnrtti
' Ward.
. iPrire.
lAngarola.
..Bradley.
'.-"antion.
- ?* n
Bobador ."Krauti
'K?llv
106
106
10R
10.1 1
MB 1
ton .*.
111 ?
l?.3 ?
IM 4
V'l 11
11.. I**
312 14
10* 8
ia
?*
?2
i
i<
21, 2'
7 66 B>
10 18 12
6H
'; 1
1
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24 14 IMcDaniel ...
3k 2k J Martin ...
3!4 Hildebrand .
4: Miller .
BairJ.
I. Smlth ...
I_a rson .
Murphy .
'I'uwn
Mclntyr. . ..
; I^uby
.1 I Walsh
Redfern
W Kn.pe . .
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10
B
BO
i
?<
lf.
1"
10
M
?*
15
18
?
ion
I
?
20
60
18
Rfi
lr.
15
16-5
|
12
12
,6
10(1
6
6
15
60
15
m
12
8-5
2
6 2
30
6-2
6-2
6
2ii
6
20
5
i
XxireUa M had le be hard ridden to bea' Am-ot B?]|
iv*n sti-,des nuislder ran a f.ir ra.-e CalaaBBl ?
C-f-H RA<^; - Handlcar for .11 agerv $7-^i ad-le-1
I br e by Prin.* R-id/ilp.: LarkF-me
4 5
6 5
.*i 2
r. 2
7 :.
l|
8 5
7 5
3
10
4
10
13-6
?*? 2
.. whe ?u coming f.ft ?t the end an.l might hav. w..n
luit after running pinmlnentlv for s-ven furlongs
furlongs Ft.rt good. Wao drl. Ing. T:m?, 127
in
TVlnn-r,
Ip-wt 1 ?
Horse-and age Oaner | Po
8t Fln
Jockey.
-Bettlng
Op_Hlgh.riose.Plac. ghow.
1' 11* ; Helg.son _
64 2*4 hv Knapp ...
2' 4 3" ' WT Buchanan
44 44 jMcDantel ....
6 R 'Hildebrand .
f* 'I H M.-Intvr. .
* 7 Anstin ...
7 * Bhaw
3 ii ,1 Mflnt're
10 10 Burns
li 11 Mlll'i
6
* *
2
6-2
18
5 2
8
7 R
4
Bit-*i iA.lf.? '? "*' P.? Buigw llii ..? rail and oaa wlth somethlng to
?,;,,. oiaa^allo ran a <l*aoi .--i-.-s >" ? ta tan a fa;r e*ldenc? far six furlonjs
GEERS HAS CLOSE CALL,
TIIROWX IX 2.-04 PACE.
Veteran Gets Xasty Tumble When
King Direct Fouls Locanda.
Buffalo. Aug. 0?Ed Oeers, at slxty years of
age the dean of the Grand Circuit drivlng brig
ade, had another close call at Kenllworth Park
thls afternoon. The veteran was in the sulky
back of Klng Dlrect ln the 2:04 pace. the featura
of the day.
In the thlrd heat, at the head of the stretch.
Klng Direct, pacing strongly, stuck hls hoof
through the whf>el of Locanda's sulky. A
wlcked looking accident was the Immediate re?
sult. Then. was a tanglo of horses. sulkles and
drivers almost Immediately swallowed up ln a
cloud of dust.
When the scene of actlon cleared up Geers
was seen p:<>strate on the ground. and Snow
was on his feet, maklng hls way to tlie stand.
Locanda had heen safely caught and King Dl?
rect had started on ? wild runaway. dragglng
a somewhat shattered sulky hack of him.
A erowd of stable hands and others, Including
a physician, surroundeil Geers. Tho veteran
had suffered a bad cut on his leg and the wind
had been knocked out of him. but he _peedily
recovered his breath. and his first words were:
"Now, don't make a hurrah of this thing and
scare everybody t4> death for nothing "
Just to show he was all rlght Geers then
came out. and hack of Turley ln the 2:11 trot.
whlch followed, won the deciding heat. belng
given a tremendous ovatlon. The old man has
a badly bruised log, which. coming right on
top of his broken leg. received at Memphis last
fall, promises to be considerable of a hardship
to him.
Another big erowd gathered for the thlrd day's
sport, which was over a fine track with fast
time. Snyder McGregor, $100 to ?,r>0 on the
field, had the time of his llfe getting two of
the three heats from Norman B. ln the 2:08
trot, and the poolsellers were kept busy wlth
the contlnual hedging.
Locanda had two heats in the 2:04 pace, when
the accldent occurred. and. as the judges found
both drivers blntneless and placed the horses
ln the flnal heat. the Allerton stallion got the
race. Locanda was favorite at $50 to $10 on the
field before the flrst heat and was favorite
throughout. Norvolo put up a good flght in two
heats
Turlev sold $100 to $35 on the fleld for the 2:11
trot. John Caldwell won the flrst heat. but was
on his had behavior thereafter, and. hreaking at
the word f<>r the second heat. was dlstanced.
Turley took the last two heats and the race
without great trouble.
The 2:17 pace was a aplit heat affair. and the
bettors were kept on edge throughout. F. J.
Park sold a weak opening favorite at $100 to
$110 on the fleld. and the heat winners ruled
weak favorites in the subsequent. selling. Hai
T.. Bollvar and Charlie Patch each won a heat.
The race. which was on the three heat plan.
was then concluded. with Bollvar getting first
money. Charlie Patch second. and Hai T. third.
There is much interest in the free-for-all trot to
morrow. which has the sensational field of the
year engaged.
2:0S TROT?PURSE. $1.000?THREE HEAT PL.VN.
fcnyd.r McGregor. b. g., by Giimans McGregor
'Hogani . 1 2 1
Norman B.. blk. g. . McCarthy i. 2 12
Ptrect Vlew. br. ti. . De Ryderi. ,. 3 3
Topsey, b m. iLatttmer..4 4 5
Tuna. b. m. fCurryl.5 _ 4
Tlme. 2:.?_S. 2:04_*4. 2:<l-?^i.
2.04 PACE?PURSE. $ 1.50(i?THREE HEAT PLAN.
Locanda. br. s, by Allerton 1^110. 1. 11ft
Anldrosls. ch. g. I'Allem. 7 5 1
Nervolo. b. h. -A. P. McDonald..2 2 3
Bella M.. h. m. <L__irdi. 3 8 2
Hazel Patch. blk. h. .Flack and Currvl. 4 7 4
Klng Direct. blk. s. .Geers..5 4 7
Nathan Straus, b. g. ,A. Thomae^._.... 6 6 5
Tlme. 2:05. 2:05. 2:0fi'j.
TROTTING ?2:11 CLASS ? PUftSE $1.000?THREE
HEAT PLAN
Turley. br. g. v.y Fren-.i Plate .Geert). 8 11
Robert Mc . b. g. iJollyi. 2 2 2
John Caldwell. K g. (Thompson). 1 dis
Lady Gdil Hamiiton. blk. n\ .Howelli. 4 3 3
Maor Greer, s g (McCarthy). 5 4 4
Nora McKinney. b ;?_. lAndrew*.. rt ,i?
Mlllard Saunders. b g. iSno. 1.dls
Time. 2:0_. 2:1014 2:13>_.
PACING- 2:17 CLASS?PURSE tS.000.
Bollvar, b. g. by Wayland W. iDe Ryderi.2 14
Charlie Patch, blk. _. .Yaleiuinei.5 ;i 1
Hai T.. br t. (Sn_wi.1 g fl
Captain Derby. b h. (Eldridgei. 4 2 7
F. J. Park. b. p (Lyon). 7 5 2
Black Patchen, blk. b. iHogarn.6 4 3
Bonnle tVllkea. ch. ra. (H.wardi. 8 8 r>
Albjta. b. c. (Walker).8 7 8
Red Nlehtlngale. br. ni. iStokes.. dls
Tlme. 2:0_i_. 2:<_->j. 2:09%,.
HORSE FAIR IN AUGUST.
Dates Changed for Race Meet and
Show at Empire City.
Directors of the Horse Falr Association held a
meeting at the Hotel Astor yesterday and de?
clded to change the dates recently announeed
for the autumn exhlbition at Empire City. In?
stead of giving the combined horse show and
race meeting in the second week in October, they
wlll hold it during the last week in August, be?
ginning on August 21, whi.*h is one week from
next Monday.
The change r.f dates was made to avoid a
clash with several minor horse shows, and with
the fall races at Belmont Park. Another con
sideration was the news that nearly all of the
trotting races of the Grand Circuit meeting. at
Boston. iu the week beginning August 21, had
been declared off. thus opening the door for
some of the best ones tu come here.
Tlie franchise of the Horse Falr Association
enables it to eonduct running races in connec?
tion with trotting races without any license
from the State Racing Commission, and it is
proposed to give each day of the exhibltion at
Emplre City Park several horse show classes
for thoroughbreds, whlch will be in the nature
of races, performance 011 the track alone deter
mlning the award of the prlzes. Similar classes
are to be given for trotters, pacers. hunters and
high stepping carriage horses, to give spice and
variety to the programme.
INDIAN HARBOR FETE.
The Arrow Wins the Prize for the
Best Illuminated Launch.
[BT TELE.BAFH TO THB TRIBCNI.]
Greenwlch, Conn , Aug. 0.?Ashore and afloat
to-night was a gala occasion at the Indian Har?
bor Yacht Club. Cloudy skies and a rainy day,
wlth an ugly sea on the Sound. did not dampen
the ardor of the yachtsmen. Many fair guests
floeked to the pretty clubhouse from the vlllage
and by way of the Sound in launches from
neighboring harbors to gather at the club's flrst
water carnival.
So admirable were the arrangements that din?
ner was scarcely over at the clubhouse when,
at 8:30 o'clock. the signal gun was fired. which
turned the dark waters of the harbor into a
veritable fairy spectacle. The thousand or more
lights and Chinese lanterns illuminated from
thirty to forty launches, gigs and rowboats, boh
bing up and down, as the line of parade was
formed and the boats began to file ln revlew
past. tho clubhouse float.
Off in the deeper water of the harbor. ex
C'ommodore E. ("'. Benedlct's steam yacht', the
Oneida, nnd several other large steam and sail?
ing >achts were illuminated for the occasion.
The water carnival continued for about an
hour, after which there was a dance at the
clubhouse. attended by many soclety folk from
New-York and Greenwlch.
The prlze for the best illuminated and deco?
rated launch went to Captain Morrow's Arrow.
The Cleopatra won the launch prtz? and thfi
Narelssus the prlze for rowboats.
EASY FOR MARYLEBONE CRICKETERS.
Toronto Eieven Beaten By 646 to 261_Vis?
itors Leave for Ottawa.
Tomnto. Ont . Aug. 9.-Tho Toronto crlcketers
Bcored only 169 runs In tho aecond innlng in the
ganie with tho Marylebone crlcketers. Tho Man
lebone club tpUUed M6 runs ln it_ two innings to
tlie 2.1 for the Toronto*. Tho Marvlebono club
l?*ft to-nlght for Ottawa, where a three day maWi
wlll be iilajed.
PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL
AMERICaIN league.
Rain Again Prcvents Game Between
Highlanders and Chicago.
GAMES TO-DAY.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
r-hlcago *t New-York. '1-veland at Phlladelphla.
rie.rc.lt at Boston. ! St. Louls at Washlngton.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
AMERICAN LEACiUK.
N.w-York vs. Chlcago i Philadelphia va Cleveland
.ralni. i (ralBl.
Boston vs. Petrolt (ra!n>. [St. Loun. 12; Waahlngton. 4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING.
Won.I_ost. F.e.' Won.Lost. Pr_
Phlladelphla -.54 38 .887 Boaton .46 4'J I.
?'hlcago .51 38 .573 Detrolt .4.. 4'i 4.9
? leveland .34 41 .568 Washlngton -87 66 .***_.
New York _46 41 .*.2_>..St. Louis.83 60 -4.4
The game between the Hlghlandera and the Chi?
cago team. which was scheduled to take place at
Ameriean League Park yesterday. had to be post
ponad agaln on accounj of raln. The steady down
pour du'lng the day made 1t Imposslble for tha
Highlanders to practlse, an.l there was much
gloom among the players. who wish to ne on
edge when thev meet the strong Chlcago nme. Tne
teams wlll meet thls afternoon. weather permit
ting.
-o
ST. LOUIS. 12; WASHINGTON, 4.
Washington. Aug. 9.-St. Louis to-day hit Hughes
hard. and. with the asslstance of Washington's
misplays. ran away wlth the gam*. wblcb waa a
slow and featureless contest. ln the elghth ini'ing
the visitors hatted out flve singles and a mple.
scoring fivH runs. The score: r H E
St. Louls. 4OO10005 2?12 11
Washlngton- 11818808*? 4 7 5
Batler'.e*>?Pelty and Roth: Hughes and Klttredg**.
t'mplre?Connor. Attendance, 4,0_:8.
STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Aibany?Aibany, B; S: racuse. 1 (el.ven Innlngs).
At ITtica?Seranton. 5; L'tica, o.
At Troy?Troy. 10; Binghamton. 5. _
At Wilkesbarre?A., J. and G. 8: Wllkesbarre, 4
f twelve innlngs).
?__-?-?
NEW-ENGLAND LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Haverhill-Haverhtll. 6; Taunton, 2 .flrst game).
Haverhlll. 8: Taunton. 3 .seeond game. seven '*?*?"?*!*?'? .
At LawTence-Fall River. 8; Lawrence. J .flrst game).
Fall River. 8: Lawrence. 7 'seeond game).
At Concord?Lynn. 5; Concord. _. _
At Naahuar-Nashua-New-Bedforil gam. postponed on
account of raln.
t .-.
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE.
....a scheduled to be pla
Leagus yesterday were postponed
.
EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Montreal?Buffalo, 6: Montreal. 4.
At Toronto?Roehester. 10; Toronto. 6.
At Jersey City?Jersey Clty vs. Baltimore (raln).
At Newark?Newark vs. Providenc. iraini.
RAIN ONloSTON COURTS
All gamea Bcheduled to be played in th. Cor.ne<*'icut
-j ?n account of raln.
ALongrvood Lawn Tennis Stopped?
Ixirned and Clothier Default.
Boston. Aug. 9.?Rain shortly after noon to-'Iay
lnterfered with some, of the sharpest lawn tenni-r
seen this week at Longwood. Xine matches. elght
in singles and one in doubles. were played. and
another ln singles was all hut completed when the
downpour came.
In the singles slx of the matches. lncludlng the
unftnlshed mateh. were fought through four or
flve sets. There was only one. default, but that
brought much regret. for it removed from the
doubles W. A. Larned and W. J. Clothier. the
favorites for the Eastern champlonship.
The most brilliant lawn tennis of the day was
shown in the Leroy-Seaver match. which the raln
stopped in the tifth set, wlth the games four to two
in Lerey's favor. Both played a baseline game.
witb long, low drives and little volleying. and ran
ln only when the point seemed sure.
The match carried through more than two hours
and a haif of play. many of the games going to
deuce flve and six times. In the third set the score
went to 13?11 hefore Seaver won. The effort, how?
ever. exhausted him. so that he lost the fourth set
and Beemed on the verge of dropplng the match
entirely when the rain saved him tor the day.
N. W. Cabot beat W. C. Grant in a hard flve set
match, but lost to F. B. Alexander ln three straight
Bets. R. D. Uttle beat F. G. Anderson and Karl
Behr defeated H. J. Holt. E. W. Larned and
Clarence Hobart both won.
The only match in doubles was between G. L
Wrenn and R. Fincke and E. T. Gross and J. D.
E. Jones, which the former won in straight sets.
The Bummories:
Longwood singles?W. S. Fltrx defeated Cl. Beals.
9?7. 7?5, 6?4: R. L?roy and R. C. Seaver. 3?6,
6?3. 11?13, 6?2, unftnlshed; T. Motley. jr., defeated
W. F. Johnson. 6?2, 2?6. ??3, 6?4; N. W. Cabot de?
feated W. C. Grant. 6?4. 2?6. .?6. 6?2. 6?4; F. B.
Alexander defeated N. W. Cabot. 8?6. 6?0. 6?3; R.
D. Little defeated F. G. Anderson. 6?3, 6?4, 5?7.
6?4; Karl Behr defeated H. J. Holt. 6?0. 6?4. 6?2;
E. W. I.eonard defeated E. Bishop. 3?6. 6?4. 6-? 4.
Clarence Hobart beat Louls Perry. B?7, 6?1, 6?2
6?4.
In the doubles, George S. Wrenn and Reglnald
Fincke, of New-Tork, defeated E. T. Gross and
J. P. E. Jones. of Rhode Island, 6?3, 6?3. 6?1.
VER-MONT STATE TOURNAMENT,
Good Weather and Large Attendance Mark
Seeond Day of Play."
St. Johnsbury. Vt., Aug. 9.?TUe State lawn tennis
tournament was resumed to-day wlth an increased
attendance and favorable weather. The summary:
Singles .flrst round" ?C P. Trask defeated Ray Spauld
ing. *? o. S?4. H. i*. Clark defeated w. L_. P?ck 6_o
6?I. J. Falrbank-i defeated A. Rlcker. 6?2. 6?3. c w'
Speele defeated R. E. Bingham, 6?2. 6?0. r. r iv.m
wall defeated W. H. Tinker, 6?3. 6?O. ,-. eresson de
teated A. G. Sprague. 6?1. 6?2. J. C Torrey defeated
H. O. Ayer. 6?4, fi?2.
Seeond round?H. C. Bridgers defeated C. W. Fteid
6?0. 6?0. c. C, Trask defeated G. IJ M. Kinney, 1?.5
7?6. 6?0. S. Rusb defeated J. Fairbanks, 6?1. 6?L
J. C. Torrey defeated F. S. Peas. 8?0. 3?6. 6?3. E. R.
Cornwall defeated H. C. flark, 6?1. 0?4).
Thlrd round?S. Russ defeated C C Cresson. 6?l o?-**
Doubles (seeond round)?S. Russ and 4^. C. Cressbn de?
feated C. W. Fleld and W, H. Tinker. 6?0. 6?1 .-, E
Howea and J. C Torrey defeated H. C. Clark andi A
Rlcker. 6?4. 6?2 E. R Cornwall and R. James de?
feated R. E. Bingham and G. B. McKinney, Q_4 $__-.
R. B. Dresser and H. C. Bridgeis def?at*d H C' Clark
and F. S. Peas. 6?2. 8?7.
FAIIS AGAIN TO SWIM CHANNEL.
T. W. Burgess Within Four Miles of French
Coast When Current Stops Him.
Dover. England. Aug. 9.-T. W. Burgess atartad
this morning from the coastguard station, at Lyd
den. four miles northwest of this port. ln another
attempt to swlm across tlie Channel.
When six hours in the water. he waa about
twelve miles out. and wa- going strong.
Burgess got within four niile-s of the French
coast. when the strong current began to carry hlm
back. compelling him to give up the attempt. He
left the water at 8:46 o'elock.
1 -.-mm
LAKE PLACID YACHT CLUB OPENED.
Lake Placid. N. Y.. Aug. S>._The house of tho
new Lake Placid Yacht Club was opened to-day
wlth approprlale ceremonles. ln the presence af
n large throng of yachtsmen and guests from Naw.
York, Philadelphia and other points.
Tlie club went Into commission at 3 o'elock In the
afternoon. when the flag?a red and blue pennant!
bearlng a whlte dlamond in Its eentre?waa hoisted
and ealuted. C N. Morgan ls the commodore. W.
R. Lyman vlce-commodore. and George h"
McNeely aecretary of the new club. j_ parade of
illumlnated launches wlll be held on the evenlng of
August 14.
?-. ??
LATONIA WINNER DISQU ALIF1ED.
Clncinnatl, Aug. 9?Red Leaf was the only win?
nlng favorlte at Latonla to-day. In tha third race
Aguolo beat Romola a neck, wtth Anita third.
After the race the judges dlsquallfied Romola for
foullng Anita at the stretch turn. Anita was
placed aecond and Trenola, the fR-corlte. thlrd
The other wlnners were Arachne. Ohio Klng, Nut
terwell and Black Fox.
DO NOT WANT MOTOR TIRE TEST.
It seems doubtful whether the tire test for the
cup offered by Frank A. Burrelle wlll bo pulled oft
at th? Long Branch motor carnival thla month.
Responsea from tho tlre manufacturers are n->t at
all em-ouraglng.
. ? ?
HANDICAP AT DYKER MEADOW.
The Dyker Meadow G.?lf Club wlll hold lta flfth
monthly handieap. eighteen holea. madai play, for
flrat und aecond prlzes on Suturday.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Free Passes by Ames Result in De
feat of Giants.
GAMES TO-DAY.
N4.TIONAL ******** F*
Broektys at St. temm, I Boaton at Plttaburg.
N"iv York at ihkago. Philadelphia at < Inelnnatl.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
N VTtfiN'AI. LEA'ltOt
Chlr.igo. 7; New-York. 2. B.>?ton. ?_ Plttsburg, ?.
I - | I. ?'. Bl .-I", 4 i-lr..-InnaM. 9. Phll'phla, S.
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
Won I__st. Pr : IVon '
New York -7rt .irt 700 i^lnrlnnatl ..13 4I> .*20
Plttsburg .4? 37 .?3ust. Loula.3? ?5 -*n?
Phlla .?!phl_. . .58 42 ._*n B*t >n .33 71 .317
.50 43 .97. Bro..klyn .SO 08 .800
Chlcae-o, Aug. !>. -Chlcago beat New-Tork here
to-day by a s?ore of T to %, Three fr?e passes by
AmWBAB wee* turned into runs by sfeals. long flles
and timely hlts. Wicker k?*pt the hi.s off him w-ll
mmtAeymt, until the neventh. when threw singles ln
a row ftlled the bases. but only one run *MBB
sc>red. The score:
CHfc-AGO. I NEW-YORK
ab r lb po a ? ihrlhpl ?
Sl._s.l-. cfft'f 1 1 O 4 4> i. <>r_ng. rf.3 rt 1 2 1 ?>
M'l'By. rtAsLt l I 1 4? l r.nnlin. rf_4 O 1 2 |-4 o
lb...4 1 4 7 o o M.i.ar.n lb.. 3 0 1 io B O
Mi'arthv. lf. 1 i) O 4. rt I. Mertes. lt.4 ft O .. .. !
Tink-r. ss-4 o ii 4 ? 0;____*to__ sa_3 1 1 2 5 ?
HofTman, 2b.2 3 B 4 .. 0 P*vli!i. 3t?.4 O 1 1 5 <>
r. .2.i i> o i;ui_.rt B....4 1 1 I 1 I
Kllnir. C-_rf..4 rt 1 l ii i Breanahan. c. 4 O o 1 1 -
O'Neill, c-3 ii o ? o 1 Amea. p.2 rt rt rt l f?
Wicker. p....4 1 2 0 1 0 McOinnlty. p.l ?> rt rt l ?>
?Bowerman ...1 0 0 rt ? 0
Totala ....__ 7 8 27 10 3 -
Totals.33 2 7 24 15 1
?Batted for Ames ln aeventh.
Chlcago .1 1 O 1 o 0 3 1 x?7
New-York .O 1 o rt rt .. i t> (V-2
BU* OM Ames. 5 ln ? lnnlnga- oft McGlnnity. 3 In 2
Innlnss. Left on b..??s- i.hi.'ago, 4: New-Tork. 5. Two
ba5. hit?Chan.;e. Sacriflce hits?*~aaey. 2. Stolen bases?
Chanee <3>, HofTman. McGann. Gilbert. Strang. Dahlen.
Ucwerman. Douhls plays?WCker. Tinker an.l Chance.
Ames. Dahlen and M.Ganti. Struck out?By Wicker. o.
bv Aine.. :t: bv :,ln .tnr.itr. 2. Bas* on balls <">**"
3; oft Arr.._. 4: off McGlnnity. 1. Time, 2:15. Umplr. -
i.'l'ay. Atten-lanc.. S,_0rt.
?- .
RIOT FOLLOWS GAME.
Pittsburg, Aac IL?In the ninth Inning of the.
game between Pittsburg and Boston here to-day.
wh?*n tha rtsltan bad gain>-d the lead. the players
of the lo.-al t<*ain started a fuss that nearly ter
mlnated In a riot.
Kleno, who unipireil the jjame. ordered several of
tbe mi n ofl th.' r";**id with fln'7-? Then the spe.
trttors rushed r.n th*- diamond ln an attempt to at?
tack th" ttmplre, who was mmpelled to flnd shelter
ln the women's r?tirin-< room
lt ?-as with much diffl. ulty that the pollce drove
the erowd from the grounda
BROOKLYNS WIN A GAME.
Superbas Take Ten Innings to Defcat St.
Louis Team.
Bl T.or.i.-. August ..?Bateh's trlple. followed b-.
Babh's long outfteid fly. gave Brocklvn the decid
ing rtin in the tenth Inning to-day. McFarland
opened poorlv. and then for eistht Innings held the
visitors at his mercy. The s^ore:
PR.iOKl.TX. ST. LOUIS.
ab r lh po a ? ?b r lh f" _ ?
DoMa, et....t 1 0 1 0 i"> Punleavy. rf. 4 "> 2 * " "
Sheckard, lf. 5 i> 1 ?! *> 0 Shannon. lf...4 2 1 1 14 ?
rf. 5 1 ?_* 1 i> rt Pmoot. cf..*? o 1 rt rt .1
3b_8 12 2 5 0 Beckley. lb. . .5 0 g . 11 i>
II ill 1. ... .. 1 2 11 O rt Arn.lt. 2b_5 0 2 B 3 1
Malay ft....} I 1 1 1 I M.Bri.e. ss. 3 0 2 2 11
Babb 2'.-..3 rt 1 1 2 0 Burk?. 3b . 4 " o 2 1 0
I_?wi? ss_5 rt 2 2 2 0 4-jradv. c.4 0 I ? 2 ?
Berst?n. ,- ...4 0 0 5 1 rt MoFarland, p-3 1 2 <> 2 "
Scinton. p...4 rt 1 rt 2 1 'Leahy .1 1 ? ?> ? g
?-Tavlor. p-1 ? 8 ? n n
Totals_41 5 12 30 13 2 -
______ Totals.39 4 io 30 ? 2
?Batted Ita* MoFarland ln nlnth.
Brooklyn. 4 B o e t> n n n n i__s
Bt Loula .0 0 2 0 1 rt 0 0 1 4>?4
Thr ea ba.e hlt?Batch. Sacriflce hlts?Burke. M.Brlde.
Double plav?Arndt and Beckley. Hlts?Off McFarland.
11 ln nlne innings: oft Tayior. 1 ln ona Innlng. Passed
balls?"_ra.lv. Bergen. Stolen bases?Shannon. Smoot.
L.mlev Dunleaw. Hlt wtt* ball?McBrlde. Bas^s on
balls?Off McFarland. 2: oft* Scanlon. 4. Struck out?By
McFarland. 3: bv _o..nior.. 3; by Tayior. 2. Left on basea
_St Louis. 11; Brooklvn. _. Tlme. 1:55. t'mpl-.?Bause
tftne. A't**ndanc-, 2.10i>.
BOSTON'. 5; PITTSBURO. S.
Pittsburg, Aug. 9.? Young kept the hl;s well scat
tered. and. had lt not been fcr errors. Pittsburg
would have scored only one run. In the nlnth
Inning, L'mpire Klem, because of tha e***oh*B
from tho PUtabUTg tench. put every resemre play-*r
out of the grounds. leaving only playera actually
ln tha game on the fleld. The seore:
R. H. E
Boston. 10108000 0?5 9 4
Pittsburg. 00101100 1?3 7 I
Batteries?Toung and Needham: Hi'.debrand and
Carlsch. TJmplre?Klem. Attendanca, UM,
CINCINNATI. 8: PHILADELPHIA. 3.
Clnclnnatl. Aug. 9? A base on balls. a *_M
throw, three singles and a fumble gave Cincinnati
four runa and the game ln the thlrd Innlng.
Cheeh's two r>asse?. hls onlv glfts ef the gan-.e.
save the Phlladelphians the flrst two runs. 'tha
score:
R. H. E.
Clnclnnatl. " 1 4 . * " 3 1 T?S 11 1
Phlladelphla.... **?????] I?3 7 3
Batteries?Chech and Sehlet; TMigs'.ebT and A.h"?t.
Umplre?Emaiie. Attendanee. 2.153.
POLO AT SARATOGA.
Albany Beats Myopia in Final for
Grand Union Cups.
[BT TELEGRAPH T? THE TRIBl'NE. 1
Saratoga. N. Y.. Aug. 0.?A rattling game was
played this afternoon between the first team of
the Albany Polo Club and the third team of the
Myopia Hunt Club. of Hamiiton, Mass.
It was a contlnuatiot. of the annual tourna?
ment of the Saratoga Polo Club. and lt was the
flnal match for the Grand Union Hotel Cups, ln
whlch the Albany team v.'as allowed a handlcap
of elght. Albany won by a score of 18 to 8.
The line-up:
ALBANT. MYOPIA.
C. H _ abin. Q A. Peabody.
ir BC Bage. a. I_ Cochrana.
Frederick Townsenfl. _ac__ 1.. O. Armory. back.
C I_ A. Whitney. H. Tweed.
Summai'v: A^anr.?Allowed handlcap, 8: earned ?oal?.
8; total. Irt. Myopla?Earned goal-. S. Raferee?Vlotor
Mttther. of Phlladelphla. Tlmekeepers?IV. 8mittt and
r>oiiglaa W. Mabae. cf Saratesa Sprinijs.
Play for the Unlted Statea Hotel cups will begtn
on August 12.
FOLO TOURNAMENT AT ST. LOUIS.
The Polo Assoclatlon announces a tournament to
be held by the St. I_ouis Country Club on October 7
to October 11. incluslve. at St. Loula. For ti.e St.
l.oula Country Club cupa teama wlll be eliglbla
whose aggregate handlcap doea not exceed sixteen
goals. and for the Mississippi Valley cupa teama
whose aggregate handicap exceela twelve goala. In
both coniests indlvldual prizes will be offered. Kn
tries wlll close on September 27.
YALE NEEDS COACH.
Meeting This Week lo iSV.rc. Suc
cessor to Mike Murphy.
[BT TELEGRAPH TO THS TRIBl'Nf.l
New-Haven. Aug. 9.?In sptte of the neces
slty for the selection of a Yale trainer to suc
ceed Mlke Murphy before the college term opens.
on September 2S, nothlng deflnite has as yet
been done. A large number of appllcations have
been received, but Yale pays too llttle for such
a posltlon to attract the leading men.
There ls some llkcklihood that George Foster
8anford, the former Yale football player and
Columbla coach. wlll be chosen. as there is a
Btrong sentlment ln hia favor ln the Yale ad?
visory athletlc committee.
Among a great many Yale men a atrong feel
ln* t? growing that no better equlpped man. nor
one mure popular with Yale athletea could be
round than Talott | Hull. who haa had eome
flfteen >ears' expenence with Yale teams. and
who preceded Murphy ta th* Yale trainer.
There la some frletlon between iti.* ai.i*..rv
committee and the football and tra.-. ; . -
and managers over th- selection of the new Yale
trainer. and a conference will be held this tv.-.k
here between ih.- two f^tUmw. CMt__tn Bm
? . ii;.- 1-.44.;, v.il.i football team, comlng her. fron
\V.--M f..r that purpose. At thls conference
lt ls antKlpated that 4 trainer wlll tlnalli' _e
chosen.
OU CITY GOLFER LOW,
DR. FREDERICKS LEADS
Canadian iChampion Seeond-??.?-?
and Forcnes Tie for Third.
[BT TKLXOBAPH TO TBS TBXSOJnL)
Wbeaton. III. Aug. ?.?There waa aonw mm
golf to-day In the laat eighteen boiea of aJ
thlrty-aix hole qualifying round of th, aafl^!
amateur champlonship. desplte tho ati
0n* "TOB,
wind. whlch made accuxacy on tho Chicaaaa
Club llnks dlfflcUit. ?" J
Th" honors of the day were carrled off k.
D. P. Frederlcka. of Oii City. who dld a *? j!
beat score of the tournament. which, wftb w
80 of yesterday, gave hlm tho low ecoro pd__B
the qualifying round. wlth 155.
Georgo 3. Lyon. tha Canadian charaplow-^
had the low score yesterday of 7(^ (jj^j .^/T
quite so well to-day. but he waa goo* ^*
to flnlsh aecond with 1<5??.
H. Chandler Egan and W. C. Fownes, jr w^,
tl-ed at 1R2 for third place. D. E. 3awy^
Fred H-rreshoff each had 1<?3. Hugh C__^T
mada 164. while Walter J. Travls -Jta^kLw
Wooda had IW.
The Rev. S. Can* and R. E. Hunter hadaT
F. M. Sherman made K.8 anl Harold WobvaM
H. C Fownes 1<-H?. Jerome D. Travera. C 1
Mar-Donald and F. R. Mart.n ai mada 17(X
Six m-fi tled at 174 for rh? Iaat fou. g^
The. tie will ba iir;- ed off tba Inl thing fe fln
mornlng.
ln tbe drnw for th?- mv Bhm to-daw tm.
Dr. Fredr-ricks. I.-- p . vnea. trm\V\~
the flrst haif anl H -na !..-r Egan TrSL_?
Herreanofl . ,L *Tv,a-w.
follows *,m* ****
-_?'****__ ''*: A **? p'? **- B. Marttn-n
W. c. Fownoa, jr. D. :- ,___ vat R7
Fou: '."alter J. Trmn,
D. L. Sawyer ? F. R. _*__.
tta vs. George 5= I. ; of tim vs j?^
'- C "?' ' '-? lr
vs. 1. M. .-.. -hell ts. Fredfc
reshoff. R Cirr vs. W | Howland. C. a _*to
Dcnald vs. h. Chaii . Jerome D. TW
ers *ra. Eben M. Byers. Hugh Campbell vn 31
- tle. P- ' - ll. P. Ber.d -*-"***? TTbi-ji
Wwbaa va W. K. F
The six maa wbo I * - ?- mi
D Bohum. A. L Whi:e. H. J. Twe-d!* x *?
Fras-"*r, D. G. _-*ri- kney and A. B. Larr.bert. "
The following ara tho cards of the flrat tfc*
rj-nUrlers:
RMbT.
D P. Fr-sderlcks. C BW :
Out .rt rt | 4 4 <*4 4 S 4?48
In .2 4 rt rt 4 4 3 4
WE*DNES"DAT
Out .5 4 4 ? ? .*> 4 4
ln . 3 3 4 4 I 4 4 4
HkAT.
Georfe S. Lyon. Canada:
Out.5 4 B 3 4 3 ? B
ln .2 5 | rt 4 .-. 4 4
WEDNESDAT.
Oa| .3 rt .**, 5 5 -, ? 4
In . 4 I a r, i 4 4 3 4?38-**_V*
H 'Char.dl.r Egan. Ex~
out .a > -a a a b ? i
In . 4 .'. 3 8
WE!
.1 4533 3 334
In .4 3443430.**
I
t,, _, **f--l3?**
Play-r T.nn<bl. dar. 1
. ?*. K-i*rr??. jr. Oa ial . ~_
I> E. Sawyer, Whaat - .
Frederick Harreshoif. Ekwanok. a3 s.
. 79
. K ".*- ??-!.: . m
Walter J Tra-. la. Garden Clty. -. I
E Hunter. - 04
Rev. Si-non Can-. : :
T M. S :a-;ua_1a. TS BO
"tv. I. Howland. ;i... 5'K.k:e. sr
H. .'.-' . ->7 >*2
H. O. V r.-?*3 . 44 j
Jer rr.- O. Trav-rs. Nassau. 93
C. B. M? -,i.-ie:*. Ctty.W ?a
F R. J' !a .*3 n
Haroid WUOw. ElmkBiaB._ S3 ?e
C. E. Smoot. Eimoor.?. SO **0
Percr Pvne. * . ?0 or
O. W Porter. jr., * . -d
R. B. Martin. Jackson Park.....M *4
E. M. By^r*-, AIIe_theny .89 *4
A. *?*. 31 ?< Ialaad. -?> ?4
<-,. j Coek. BuntiaardOB Vailey.?'?"l
A. O. F .S.1
H. P Bend. Sr. Fau!. *><? ?4
?StO-Mt SttcltBeT, Glen Echo. ?3
*H T T*v-ed:e. Belmont. a*
?H. W. Fraser. Irverr.?_.3.M
?A. L. "Whlte. Ekwanok. , , . , .__ 93
?R. r>. Bokuna. Glenvle-e.._.. 91 M
?A. E. Lambert. St. LoulB.?. 80 8*
?Two te ho ?'..ir.'.nat.d ln tta ulay.
Among tha weil known golfers who fBlTai ts
:"y were:
_ **4*"eJas^
PIay?*r. Toaaday. <tmy. *>i
L N Jamem. former r.a-I-i-a! <->.a_r.
.98 BT
*U'ai-er E. Egan. Exmoor..89 BT m
W. rairb-utka. Pa. air.ploa 89 Bt v*>
A H Manson. JadBBHWtBak Fla..
SaathafB champlon . mn ?9 BB
W. Dickinson. Des Molr.es. Tra-s
Mississiprl champlon .BB 08 V,
Carneaie. Sr. Andre-xs. ***.? M iy
The West predominates ln tha qualilUd Bat
securir-g twenty-three places to nioa for tb
East and two for Canada. Two of these thlrtf
four will be e'.imlnated to-morrow in tia play.
Considerable suryris-? was exprassad 0*
Kma of the r.ames that were shown ln tha Bt
of those who failed to qualify Walter E. Ept
former runner-up m the natior..il toumi
and former "Western champion. faflad to qu
with a total r?f 17>*. The former national chaa
r ion. Ia. N. James. of Glen View, was aquaaai
out. with a total of 17_>.
Six Dlayers are tied for ths last slx nlaoaafc
the qualifying list of tbtrty-two, Or.e of t|?
ties. a. L. White, the tntrercollegtata .hamjBB
made a great imrrover i flrst rawi
score. ooly to get Into a playoff to-wiBt-*?
mornlng for his right to cor.tinuo in tha tBBB
Play.
"PROS'' 'AT DEAL TO-DAT]
Rain Interferes zcith fractkt
Rounds for Open TournameBB\
Fractics rounds over the Deal Golf -Chib Hal8
at Deal. N. J. wera cor.durted ur.der dlSwi**
yesterday. Ra:n. ihe reai hard k...d thmf, puta*
sham* any attr_u*.pt ta gmBtOI ?'? ht a clam ***
Scotch misr. cam*> d.-T*n the greater portloaafba
day. but it did not : M prof--?3lo**_al8 **t
waaa an ba_ad ta pal ta ahapa Ibr tba twe-dayapa
tourtiamenr. whlcb begina rr.crr.lr.g.
M-- | for ?*?
matches. The open champion, Will AnJi-Ml B9_
Geors-? Ljw played St*?wart Gardrcr and am***
Strong. Anderson dropped a stroke tt tha *ag
takir.g 5 for the rtrs: hole. bu: i.o came baat aw
a beautlful 4 at the 4t?-vard ee_rcr.d. and. <""^E
Ing without a mlstake. waat ou: ln 3S, or4*W^
under bogie.
The Baat b-ill Of Andarwm and Low had tT^**_Z
pair * the tenth "*-* i\Z
eluded to quit. The > \~~t-m
.,
WiUie Norton and Horaea R iw'::na olayajl 8W |
at Donald Ball and B*n ?*v;:j,-2-'-'1^^5
former pair winnlng by 1 up. Two 80<>-.*^E?
mlssed yesterday wero A - aoa^Z
Hunter. The former ran .1 ''n**iLj?3
? laa but ha *?-* now palta Bl. t.:reatanaa"**' A
'? t"ev**?r. __, __t\ g
Coudltiou-s - ea t_ J^|
?*?**?_.*__/al
? atittvB -__*__\
wlll be lowered. Tha pairinga |M :o-*t an
fo'.lOA ..
B?rnard Nl hols aal i*.r!i rroaby: yx'--'i* ___^
r. Isaac Ma.*kie Bad A ^ ZZami "W
:.lth aid Horaea Rawlrns: .*!**r?. U"" *^^^ fl
Heren.i; Ki.i-v.rt Piebie. and 5 i***k^^8 I
Pearscn ar.d .Jack J-*l!y: Her*- - *a^mjZ**mg~* fl
nlngham: Dni'.ai.i Ba'.l and " - * i I
ani Pav. OgllTle_^^ ?
WINS RU/aZER' pei/
G. H. Curtis First in Ticenttrf^]
Mile Motor Cycle Race.
Waltham. Ma-s. Aug. 8-G. H. Curtla ttt W0
mondsport. N. T.. won flrst prlaa and *?**?
prlio ln th-a twenty-flve-miU road raca t~* ?
cyclea at to-day's aesaion of the convantton -*
Federation of Ameriean Motor Ocltsts h*~*i !"- ***
dty. ^
In tha ra.-e. i? handlcap. over ? flvw-laa m*awm
eighteen riders started. but tumbles and ***^^_7
tlrea put out seven men. Only elaven t*B*t*"* *-m
?nan. of Rome. N*. T. waa thrown fT-!S^J
wheel and badly acratched and his tOAmO-r.*
iaaaaaari . . _*~
Slx prizes wera offered. tl.e for tha ttrn g H
to flnfah. and one for tha rider niablnp l~*
tlme. Th* yri-te wlnners wera:
faaaattiBV- -- ?* " *
4j*>rie Waanar. s>t 1*bu1 ihandtoap **? min""."-**)?
Several races scheduled for the aft*8?w8a*aj*^
Waltham track wara poatponad on acco^t ?*?&
They will ba a tar ted to-morrow fcirBa->*Bi ****?
aeather con.l . _.. tavjraSla.

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