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SHOOTIXG TEAMS AT SEA GIRT.
VERMONT'S TRAM. WIST POINTS REPRESENTATIVES. SOUTH CAROLINA'S CRACK MARKSMEN
(Photographs by R. I.ewls. i
ORMONDALi: THE VICTOR.
i ?aawaal In ?? f*r?t i'-v
ajToolwich had be I with Brldgman. and
bad shown his trainer such a. satisfactory trial
that the Belmont colors were intrusted to him
alone, and early in the afternoon Brldgman was
withdrawn. Aside from Mr. Keene's, the only
other stable that had more than one representa?
tive was that of Fred Burlew. who started
lieilsnlcker and Eelmere. liuth these colts were
bred by John E. Madden.
BIG CROWD ENJOYS RACE.
From the critica ? vu wpoint of the reeular
patron at the turf the Futurity of yesterday. In
tbe composition of its fl--ld and In its run?
ning, may have baa n balsar the average of
f rmer yecxs. bat to the general public it was
the same old Futurity, and, good or bad, it was
to be observed In the same old feverish way.
The uncertainty of the weather early in the
morning a. admission may
bave kept tbe crowd down so far us actual
numbers were concerned, but the decrease?if
-sas one?was not noticeable in any of the
The clubhouse was filled with many and
various specimens at masculine finery : the boxes
were filled with men and women who had come
in from nearby summer resort* just for the
Tsturlv b* other stands overflowed with
th* lame eager, gum chewing crowd that has
rallied to every bag** C*J? since Futurity Dav
became recognized ?us the great sporting festi?
val of the turf calendar. The betting pavilion
Vas girded In with a circle of ninety-sir metro?
politan || il ut Hill hers und as many more formed
CROWDS IN STAND AND PADDOCK.
Trtien the Fut ui it y fu-Id was called to the
post the great three-ply grandstand was filled
with ha ata? the green lawns were hid
45cn beneath the thousands of feet thai shuffled
between asttb g ring and paddock. In the
tatter Bssn influai* of youthful near-horse?
men, whose practical knowledge would enable
them paastblj te distinguish betwe-r. a dapple
array hobby horse and an old fashioned single
footer. And wWla these sporting authorities
spoke In loud assurance of quarters in 0:23 1-5.
of miles In 1:45 breezing, and of what John
Stagers and Jack Joyner bad told them in strict
confidence, old and anxious faced trainers
looked the:. - tear and admitted frankly
that it was too tough for them. Jimmle Rowe
a*ported Kuroki and Oyama to the paddock
gate, and his last glar.ee at the two Japs was
not one to Inspire confidence. "I wish you a
quick horn?," one of his acquaintances re
d politely. '"It will be quick enough,"
agreed the astute Jimmie, "'but not for mine,
As soon as Tom Welsh had saddled Ormon
ttale and Ja< k Joyner had given his final in?
structions tu fVillla Davi* and Troxi? r, the two
Well kaawn Usiner* hurried to the top of the
grandstand. Both v. .,; neither would
. ? faith rested in
sVoolwl ...r. Welsh's
light lor .; or b*c
. months in rit
. side these two
: ailing on top of the
I brown track, stand?
ing ou . tbe sky, could be
of Mr. Belmont and
?i m?ndale stable.
No IT? at the post and Wool
en thern couid be seen the
. ixteeti starters.
FROM A TRAINER'S POINT OF VIEW.
bar Mr. Joyner sor Mr. Welsh had any
1 Interest In .;. .. . He tbe huge stands qulv
tions these two chatted
ably together, and when the bell ?inally
ided and the old t.. "They're off:"
g out, ti.. . rj from one loot to
ihc-r. "I got the v\ orst .,; that .?tort," re
. :ked Mr. . ,-icb is out of it al
ite Is." rep?c-d
a :..ng Hum
. acting and
.? of tne
: icuou* bus of
?r in the ;-i tur. . in the course
le that of
oi orange, and lor the first
? ?i; tinkled Mr. Welab
Sb< ? It was eXpieSsed ill shlft
? i other.
. .. became evident
I . i: to a three-horse
? ? - . . and Bet
1 . u;< hope and was
i lend. Mr.
you lorn." he assured
bun. **. ill straight now." And
Irew his whip and
?? silent and self-possessed trainer
; - "Come on you, colt."
-s Ormondale, apparently re
' eaty, increased his
suddenly cast restraint to the
- ? - bis bora* home as vlo
ailaird. "Come on
be shouted, ?'they can't beat
I've gol '? m, ?a a.." And as tne big
? rmonue brought the bright
e over the line they were no more
livid in < ' i r than the usually pUcld counte
e of Mr. Welsh. 'I'm glad you won, Tom."
said Mr. foyaar. "us kasg as i awuMoT."
THE WINNERS FAST PACE.
Tbe pace- ormondale set had most of his com?
pany on tiptoe before half the journey was over,
and a quarter of a mile from the finish the field
v.sa strewn over nearly a sixteenth of a mile of
ck. Jacobite and Vendor, notb of which had
wn conspicuously, had dropped out. and
L , Flap and Iluroki alone seemed to have a
^^Kace to overhaul the leader. Artery, the out
|\ er In the field, had been practically left at
\ ? poet, and, with Accountant, Veronese and
I tbe m'.ch la.uded Jerry Wernberg, made up the
itar guard. The performance of Athlete, the
. , .- which was an added starter, was
I:sap;ejiMing, as was tbat of Run
anl Woolwich. No owner or
ner would admit, however, thst he had any
and the eighteenth re
: stake aas admitted to be a
VALUE OF THE RACE.
The Futurity thle year amounted to a total of
9t?sst>. several thousand short of early esti?
mates. The winner's share was $83,680. To Mr.
-, as owner of the second horse, the sum
of SS.Ot?"? ?ed, and to Fred Burlew,
swner of H ?-.10007. To W. O'B. lie
TJonough, ea breeder of the winner, the addi?
tions! aum of $2.000 waa earned, and to John :
Madden, breeder of the second and third I
i..-^. - . ? ? ?.- - iu-as utr& suaua. I
ORMOXDALE WELL LIKED.
Ccdt Has Been in Keen Demand
Since He Was Foaled.
Ormondale, the winner of the eighteenth running
of the Futurity. 1* not only a royally bred colt, but
has lieen eagerly sought after by the best judges
of thoroughbreds ever since he was foaled, two
years ago. at the breeimg farm of William O'Brien
MacDonough. near Sen Jos?, Cal. Lily Langtry
visited tbe farm whsn Ormcndale was a yearling
and offered 130,000 for him. She wished to race th*
colt in England and then send him to the stud.
Has offer was refused, as well a? a bid of a like
sum made by Jam.-s II. Ke. no Ian fall. and one
from Jack McDonald, who was said to be acting
for William K. Vanderbilt. this spring. C>rmonde,
the sire of Oriiior.dulr, was unbeaten on the turf.
He died some two years ago. Tbe dam of Or?
mondale, Santa Bella, is a well known brood mare.
The owner of Ormondale paid |Us*B) for Ormonde
at one of the big English dispersal sales. The fa?
mous sire was brought to this country, but did
not m:.ke as great a soeeeas as t\::? .?.-.. t?-d. Or?
monde's Right ,s by the English sire.
Mr. MacDonough, the owner and breeder of the
winner, -was not at the track, but Andrew Miller,
one of the stewards of the Jockey Club, who Is
supposed to have a part interest in tbe colt, was
highly elated over the victory, and was one of the
first to congratulate Tom Welsh, who trains the
winner. Clarence Ii. Mackay, grasping the tr.-in.-r
by the- hand, said: "I'm glad you won, Tumi, for
it puts you in the front rank of trainers." "Thank
you. Mr. M.iokay," repli .-d Welsh; "sure, and I'm
Ormondale is eligible for the FbUbusfa St ;
be run this week. and. barring accidents, will be
a sure starter. Welsh was not sure th- colt would
win. In the paddock after the race he suid: "The
colt was better than I thought, and he will be a
great r?c-ehorse if he lives to be a thr. ? -j ?
He has grown so fast that be is like: s big, over?
grown boy. He is really not fully developed, ( me
thing I can tell you, and that is that no price
could buy the colt. They have all been aft:-r him,
but Mr. MacDonough will not sell. Ormonde, the
sire of Ormondale. was purchased at a Casey price
In England and brought to this country for breed?
ing purposes. He sired only a low teals, when he
Arthur Redfem, who rode Ormondale, was natu?
rally pleased at the tuccess of the colt. It was a
doubly fortunate rietory for the jockey, as he has
taken on weight so rapidly of late that he has de?
cided to go to England next year to ride.
There were the usual brilliant scenes in the pad?
dock and on the lawns before and after the run?
ning of the Futurity, when hundreds of richly
gowned women watched the toilets of the horses.
The display of gowns was particularly noticeable,
with white tb* prevailing shade. The day was per?
fect and tbe beautiful Sh-.-e-pshead Bay race-course
r.ever looked better than in its early autumnal
dress. The attendance, while large, was not up to
the figures of former years, when the admission
was ?2. It was estimated, however, that thirty
thousand persons were on hand to see the running
of the richest of two-year-old stakes.
Parked behind the grandstand were over three
hundred automobiles. The clubhouse and boxes were
well filled, but there were some vacant seats in the
grandstand The held was packed. A few familiar
(so** were missing m the clubhouse Inclosure. as
n.a.ny people have not yet returned to the city.
Among those in attendance were Foxhall P. Keene,
James P_ Keene. Newton Beanlngton, Jesse Lesd
sohn. Andrew Miller, H. 1- Knapp, Harry Payne
\\ hitney. Clarence H. Mackay. F. R Hitchcock,
PbUip J. Dwyer, William H. Reynolds, P. H. M ?ar?
rea, Frank J. Farrell. William Astor I hanler, S. .S.
Brown, "Diamond Jim" Brady, H. B. Duryea, J. H.
Biadford, T. Hitchcock, jr.. K. T. Wilson, jr.. J.
E. Widener, J. Grant Lyman, Tim Sullivan. W.
Gould Brokaw. J. W. Colt, August Belmont, Alfred
G. VanderLilt and Robert Gerry.
ROSEBEX BADLY BEATEX.
Prince Hamburg Wins Fall Handi?
cap?Inaugural to Phantom.
Next to the Futurity Interest centred In the
twelfth running of the Fall Handicap, for three
year-olds and upward, at six furlongs. Wild Mint.
Spring, Pretension. Broadcloth, Workman and Lady
Prudence were scratched and Lady Amelia and
Pasadena were added.
This made eleven to go. and Rosben was a
strong favorite at evens. The son of Ben Strome
was asked to carry 12> pounds. Tbls he failed to do
successfully, finishing second to Prince Hamburg,
at 8 to 1, with Lady Amelia third. Th- latter
opened at threes, but receded to eights. Hlldebrand
rode a c'.ever race on Prince Hamburg, which r;.n..
in the colors of Harry Payne Whitney. The tune
of V^ie race was 1:14 1-5.
Previous winners of the Fall Handicap were
Hamburg Belle. Shot Gun. King Pepper, Cobourg,
Waring. Previous, Miss Vivian, Ornament, <?otham,
The liutterfllfcs and Lady Violet.
For the seventh running of the Inaugural Ste? i le
c!.a-?-e. over th-- short course, only four starters ac?
cepted the weights. Phantom, the entry of Thomas
Hitch'-ock, jr.. was made the favorite at 7 to la,
with Nitrate second choice at 7 to 2. Pagan Bey
and Dick Roberta wer.- at eights. Ray rode the
favorite and won by two lengths from Dick R. b
erts, with Pagan Bey third. Nitrate fell opposite
the field stand the second time around. Pagan Bey
led for the first mile, but Phantom went t<. the
front when Ray was ready. The time was 4:13 2-0.
Former winners of this atcoplarhsB* arar* I
Adjldaumo. Rising Pun, Ormar.. P.ato and Article.
The fastest lime. 4:CC, was made in 1Sm2 by Risinn
The selling race, for t*o-year-oids, at five and
one-half furlongs, second on the cara, was won by
Sir Caruthers. at 8 to 1. w.?h ?ngU-sl.'e second and
Bribery third. The latter is a son of Voter Bauble
was the favorite at ?6 to j. The time was l .?;.
The fifth race, for three-year-old? and -.
at one mile and a furlong, went to Eor.l Badge,
with Stroller second and Novena third. Ix>rd Badge
wa? at 6 to 1. and won by six lengths Novena
was th* favorite at 5 to 2. with BtroUer almost aa
Well played, at 13 to 5.
The last race* was for three-year-olds and up?
ward, at one and or.e-slxtee nth miles, on turf First
Mason was an ?idds-on favorite at 4 to i with
Pretension second in demand at 13 to 5 but both
were beaten by Grapple at 40 to 1, which'won clev?
erly by four open lengths. The time was 1 ts 3-6
The riding honors were evenly divided, Ray Mil?
ler HIMebrand. Redfern, Crlmmfns and Morrison
each winning one race. "
FORT ERIE RESULT6.
Buffalo. Aug. 26.-Favorites and long shots divided
the card about equally at Fort Erie to-day. Sum?
Fir? rac? <sev?n--elghths of a ?a) rag Cottlgan B
irf. Thai.. ?'27v to '? "*cond; Sc~r- ???? l
nve-elgfcth? of a mil?)?Away, ? to 1 won
??eond; Jillett. ?ven. third. Time i-OU?,'
n? mile)?Mill vain, 13 to 6. won; fcd Ball'
k,nnle Su?, t to 1. third. Tim? 1 a,
tfive and one-half furlongs')?Father
8?con? rac? (five-eighths of a mile)?Away. :
1 Psear.. 15 to 1. ??cond; Jillett. ?ven. third. Time i Ou?,"
Thlr* rao? (on? mile)?Mill vain, 13 to 6. won- Fd Hall'
?ven. ?ecoad; Bonnl? gu#. 2 lo y tn]rd -j^m, ?.^
Fourth rac? '
Gat chain, g to
Bvaaatea. 5 to
Fifth rat? (one and thr?*-eighths of a mil*)?The Bor.hr
5 to 1. won; 0,4 Mlk*. So to 1. ?econd. Fair i
? is J. ti.ir:. ltaaa, 2 .-."i '
:-:xt;. r?j.t.- aaa mil*?? Depends. S to 8. won; King of
th? Vall?y. 3 to 1. ??coed; Ora Viva, t to 1, third. Tim?,
Seventh rac? ??teapiechas? ; short coarse)?Tr?net-the
Mere. ? to ft, won; Valentin?, k loi, a?uoml; fv*d Car.
S u> 6. U-lrfiL .iiaj. 2.53. __ '
TRAVERS BEST AT DEAL
WINS THE FIRST CUP.
Nassau Golfer Beat T. M. Sherman,
Who JVon Last Year.
The invitation tournament of the Deal Golf Club
was won veaterday by Jerome D. Travers, the
schoolboy golfer of the Nassau Country Club, who
defeated T. M. Sherman. Sadaquada Country Club,
Utica. last year's winner, by 2 up and 1 to play.
This match was the great event of the day, and
it wcs followed over the course by a large gallery.
There aas some doubt among the gallery aa to the
of Travers, owing to the narrow escape
ho ha a from defeat In the morning, when he Qnly
won from William Frew, of Pittsburg, at the nlne
Travers, however, was equal to the occasion In
the afternoon, as he took the lead at the first
bole and maintained it throughout, doing the
course In 7*. to opponent's bogie of 82, and winning
by Z up and 1 to play. The cards were:
Out. 55556343 5?41
lr.. 6 4 6 3 6 4 6 8 8?8o? 79
Oui . 46466454 6?45
IB. 44535453 4? 37??2
The cup offered for the second sixteen was won
by A. L>. Swords, of the Morristown Field Club, a
youth who scarcely weighs 100 pounds. He played
tine golf all through the tournament, and won the
final round from L. P. Gjvyer, Slwanoy, by 4 up
and 2 to play.
Tne cup for the third sixteen was won by J. B.
Turner, jr., which was a popular win, as he is or.?
of the best Deal men. Ha beat J. 3. Martin, Pitts
burg, by -' up and 1 to play.
I'. A. iJroal. Seabright, won the fourth Sixteen
eating M. D. W. Turner, Roseviile, in the
ll? U round, by 4 up and 3 to play.
After a most interesting nineteen hole match, R.
B. tftoutenburg, I>eal, beat S. D. Bowers, Brook
lawn, by i up, for the cup offered for the beaten
eight of the first sixteen, while the cup for the
beaten eight of the second sixteen was won by H.
V. Kc.-p. i-ngiiwood, who beat J. T. Smith, New?
ark, in the Una] round by 2 up.
The summary of the match play and the haudi
cap, which was won by G. H. Baw'ey, Roseviile,
F-.i-^t sixteen 'semi-finals)?T. M. Sherman. Sadaquada
Country dub, UUca, beat Ralph Inters, Midland, by 3
up and 1 to play; Jet- in? D. Travers. Nassau Country
i lub, beat Wil.iam Frew, Pittsburg Golf Club by 1 up
!n 19 I
Final?Travers b.at Sherman by 2 up and 1 to plav.
?i.\L...-n <s.-mi-finals)?I* P. Gwyer. riiwanoy.
t^-at ?V. T. Mast, Cacadas Country Club, by 4 up and 3
tc- iiiay: A. D. Swcrds. Morristown Field Club, beat Al?
fred Nathan. H.>lly.?God. by 4 up and 2 to play.
Final?- s.v. i Is beat Gwyer by 4 up and 2 to play.
Ti.ird Bixteuii isemt-flnals)?J. S. Martin, Pittsburg,
beat C J. Whlttoca. Deal, by 2 up and 1 to play; J. B.
Turner. Jr.. Deal, beat W. A. Forruan. Princeton, by
Finals?Turner beat Martin by 2 up and 1 to play.
Fourth ?lxteen tseml-fmai?)?P. A. Proa!. Seabright,
beat J. F. shanley. Jr.. Dakewood. by 4 up and 3 to play:
M. ID W Thurston. goaellta, beat Howard Ste?l?i. Deal,
bj 5 up and 3 to play.
Filial ?Pr.al beat Thurston by 4 up an.d .", to play.
-, eight of first slxti-en ifirat round)-B. C. Fuller.
ApawanUa, teat Arthur Havemeyer, SeaUi-lght, by % up
and 1 to play; S. D. Parn?s, Bro-'klawn. beat Scott '
Scammel. Trent n, by 4 up and 3 to pla> ; U. B. Btoatea
bs-rK, Leal, beat C. F. Ahlsteri. Jr. New-York <3olf. by :
! a t.j play; Raymund Havemeyer, Seabright. beat ;
W V D r.g. spring Haven, by 2 up and l.to play.
Bern] :ir.al?? B.j\vers beat Fuller by 6 up arid 5 to play; !
S'.outenhurg beat Ilavtmeytr by 1 up.
Final?Stoutenburg beat Bowera by 1 tip in 19 hole?.
Basten eigl-t uf seconi sixteen (first round)?L,. H.
Bond. Jr., Ilellywood. beat A. Van Dyke. Deal, by 8 up
i. ?'. I i ? play; H V. Keep, Knglewood. beat W. R- j
Atlantic City, by 7 up and 5 to play; H. A. :
Mac-key. Atlantic City, b-at M. A. Wilson. New-Bruna- !
wick, by 5 up and 4 to play; J. T. Smith. Newark Golf I
;ni?s?Keep beat Bond by 2 up; Smith beat j
Mai lu y by S up and 1 t? play.
Final?Keep beat Smith by 2 up.
Gross. H'eap. Net. '
G. H. Bowtey, Roseviile. SO 12 77 j
S. D. Bowera, Braoklawn. 85 6 7? }
K A. Waierbury. Kllzabeth.92 13 79 !
C J. Llbaire, Neveetak.04 4 bO I
Jason Hu?cr... Ueal. Wf, 14 81
R. B. St'.utenburgh, Deal. 93 12 81 j
A. Nathan. Deal. 09 15 iM
A. Yau.jh. Weilchester. 96 14 82 j
M. D W. Thurston, Roseviile.93 11 82 !
K. Petera, Jr., Midland. 85 2 83
L. L. Clark, En?lewood.98 14 Ml
T. M. Sherman. Ltica. 85 1 84 '
A. V. Taylor, Forest Hill. 96 12 64
Dr. Washington. Forest HU?.102 17 85
H. Tawneeaa, Aronlmlnk. 97 11 86
K IC-invurthy. l'oughkeepsie. ?7 10 &7
H. O. C. Davis, South Oranga.100 13 87
J G. Newootabe, Westchester.106 17 v?
R. A. Kenworthy. Jr.. Poughkeepsie.. .100 12 88
H. B. Billings. Deal. 96 10 b?
R. I? Irwin, Slwanoy.106 14
1' V.. Measles, Seabright.101 ? W
N. P. Bond, Deal.106 10 96
A. A. Beeren, Deal.114 7 j,7
W. T Fa'ny. Spring Lake.Ill 13 w
ON THE FOX HILLS LINKS.
J. A. Janin Wins Three Prizes at the Staten
J. A. Janin won three prizes yesterday at the
Fas Hills Golf Club. Staten Island. His most im?
portant victory was earned in defeating B. T.
Allen in the final round for the J. Elmer O'Donohue
Cup. It was a close match, but Janin won by 2 up.
In the Class A handicap Janin turned in the '?
lowest scores, both grross and net, SI, 5, 76, thus '
capturing that trophy.
By that victory Janin won the largest number of
points awarded for the club handicaps this month,
and got the epedal monthly club prize. The lead
ers in the Class A and Class B handicaps are:
Gross. Handicap. Net.
J. A. Janin. 81 6 78 I
}',. T. Allen. 84 5 79
W. BL Haughton. 84 4 80 '
C. W. Sparks. 92 0 (j3 '
W, A. Hamilton. 93 8 85'
A. I!. Boyt. 98 22 7?
L. F. Hubbard.103 25 7s
.7 ii L'HommetUct].104 22 82
W. L. r?avld3on.1<?4 1H 86
A. 11. Tboangeoa.107 M 8?
MEDAL PLAY AT DYKER MEADOW.
H Q M-Kcver won the elghteen-hole medal
play competition yesterday on the Dyker Meadow
('.'.If dub links, near Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn.
His net score was 80, from 7 handicap, and he
ti.-?l with K. K". Hunt for the Lest gross score at
?7 strokes. The leinlera were:
Gross. Handicap. Net.
H. <; McKeever. 87 7 80
II. S. 14 w.-tis. 88 7 81
C. J. Cr.H.kall. 88 7 81
E. r Hunt. 87 8 81
C. It. Aldridge.101 20 81
J H Way. 94 18 81
F. M. Hlnkle. 97 14 83
John Lee.103 10 84
PLAY FOR CUPS AT HILLANDALE.
fBy Telegraph to The Tribune]
Stamford. Conn.. Aug. 2?.? The first round for the
handicap committee cup was played at Hillanrlale
to-day. E. E. RInehart beat S. A. Lockwood, I up.
S. T. Jennings beat Dr. Staub, 7 up and 5 to play.
Dr. Mefk won by default, und Dr. Harrison beat
]>:?. Cloonan. 1 up. For the president's cup, C. 8.
Belleck won thre?? points, with a card of ?B??S?75.
H T. J.-nnln?fs scored two points, with a card of
l.iu?17?Mi, and S. A. Liockwuod one point, with
MATCH PLAY AGAINST BOGIE.
A bogle match play handicap was the goMng
f?al un y on the links of the Apawamle
Hi.if ?'luo. ut Rye. K. V. C. 1Z. Inslee was the
winner, tinisning 2 up. James D. Kort was second,
1 down H. H. Dean was 2 down. Haxen Maruh 4
down and Qeorge S. Colaen 4 down. Other? who
owed vvero K. ? I'elano, J. H. Peck, J. O. Elmen
Part and ?. ?V Law???.
SOME BRILLIAXT GOLF.
Anderson and Mackie (hit play
Xicholls and Lote.
There was a great gathering of golf admirers at
the Hollywood Golf Club yesterday to witness the
professional four-ball match for a mirse of $500 of?
fered by the club. The competitors were WUHe
Anderson, Apawamis, the open champion, with
Isaac Mackie, Fox Hills, winner of the Van Cort
landt Park tournament, as a partner, against Ber?
nard Nicholls, Hollywood, and George Low, Bal
tusrol. It was a thirty-six hole match, the best
ball counting at each hole.
Anderson and Mackie were both at the top of
their game and they played championship golf
throughout, their best ball for the thirty-six holes
being 131, and they won the match in dashing
style by k> up and 8 to play. Their best ball in
the morning was 66 to 71. and they were 5 up on
the first half of the match. They were follow el
over the course by a large gallery. Tbe cards were-:
Anderson and Mackie?
Out. . 5 3 5 3 4 3 4 5 3?35
In. 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 4 3?31???
Nicholls and L<ow?
Out. 43545344 4-3?
In. 4 ? 4 4 3 3 4 4 4?35?71
The superb playing of the morning brought out
a much larger gallery for the afternoon round,
which did not start till after 3 o'clock. It was
late when they finished. Anderson and Mackie
kept up the clipping pace they had set In the
morning and their work was of the same brilliant
order. Their best ball was 65 to their opponents'
71. It was the finest exhibition of golf that has
ever been seen upon the course, and the match
was greatly enjoyed. The afternoon score was:
Anderson and Ma.-kle?
Out. 4 3 5 3 3 4 3 5 %?33
In. 3 5 3 5 3 2 4 4 IP?
Nicholls and I?w?
Out. 5 4 5 S 4 3 4 5 4?37
In. 4 5 4 4 4 3 I 3 4?34?71 |
Anderson had th- best Individual score in the I
afternoon, and Mackie led the field in the morning .
with 71. The cards were:
V.'UUe Anderson. Apawamis?
Out. 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 4?36
In. 3 5 4 5 8 2 4 4 3?33?6?
Isaac Markte. Fox Hills?
Out. 5 3 5 3 4 3 4 5 4?36
In. 3 4 3 5 4 4 I 4 3?35?71 j
The same four professionals, with Willie Norton, j
of Deal, added, will play a thlrty-slx hole medal I
I lay competition to-day over the same course.
WHITE BEA TS DOUGLAS.
College Golf Champion Gives Xas
sau Player a Sound Trouncing.
Manchester, Vt., Aug. 26.?A. L White, the Wol
laston Golf Club player, of Boston, the intercol?
legiate champion, won the President's Cup, offered
by the Ekwanok Country Club, defeating Flndlny
S. Douglas, of the Nassau Country Club. New
York, this afterrtoon In a thlrty-slx hole match
by a score of 11 up and 9 to play.
The strain of the week's play had told on Doug?
las, and a weakness on the green was apparent !n
his play. From the start of play White took the
lead, and at the finish of the morning round was
The Manchester Cup was won bv E. M. Por.tk of
Rutland, from W. J. Evans, of Nassau. 3 un and
2 to play.
A. M. Burr, of Lakewood, won from H. Robin?
son, of the New-Haven Golf Club, 9 up and 7 to
play. In the match for the Vermont Cup
In the all day handicap Allen Lard, of Columbia
with .6, tied with A. L. White for the gross prize'
andLard and P. F. McLoughlin, of Roseville, tied
at ,o for the next prize.
GOLF AT PLAINFIELD COUNTRY CLUB.
[By Telegraph to Th? Tribune.]
Plainfield, N. J., Aug. 26.?The best scores for the
golf committee cup at the Plainfield Country Club
to-day were as follows:
Gross. H-iep. Net
ar. D Boggs. ?6 Hi 77
Harold Serrell. H<3 25 78
ST. P. Rlggs._. 101 IT *4
Arthur Murphy. 93 5
J. P. Raymond.,. 107 1> t4)
SISTER OF M'CHESNEY BRINGS $3,000.
Poor prices were realized yesterday at tbe sale
of yearlings held at the Faslg-Tlpton Company '
paddocks at Sheepshead Bay. The half sister to |
McChesney and First Mason brought the top price ?
of $3.000. Sim Delmel was the buyer. She is a
chestnut filly by Lamplighter?Man?la Ma*?n. C
R. Ellison paid $1.000 for the bay fillv bv Bowlln
Brook?Catharine of Navarre.
SHEEPSHEAD ENTRIES FOR MONDAY.
FIRST RACE?Tw.-year .-.Ms; 11.*** a.iied. Lnst six
furlongs of Futurity Course.
Name. Wt Name. Wt
Ruth W.119 I.arable .112
Sidney F.117 liluette . 109
Third Alarm v.112 True Love.109
Nostromo .112 Rama .10y
SECOND RACE?Handicap; ttirsa J?ar nMa and over
il.200 added. One mile.
Hamburg B>liu.124 Von Tr. mp.102
ht Beu-icalre.11?: Sir Lrnnwood.lUO
Cairngorm .115 Norbury . 90
Out of Reach.113 Olivar Cromwell. 07
Pretension .11.'! T. mmy Waddell. 95
Jocund .HO Workman . 9j
Wotan .loi? Ancestor . 92
Grapple .105 Marinee . 9>
THIRD RACE?THE AUTl'MN MAIDEN; |en JSBI' I ?Ml
maiden? at time of .losing; ?2.0CM added. Last flvo
and one-half furlongs el Futurity Ooora?
Kinleydale.119 Albert K. 11.-,
Ben Hodder.119 Fine Cloth. m
Blair AthoL. It? FVlmere ..Hg
Muffln? .119 Adonis ..112
Tangle .IIP Juggl'r .11^
Simion .115 Single Shot. 112
Third Alarm.115 CoBUSnuM .112
FOCRTH RACK?THE KLYIMi HANDICAP; three
year-old?; $2.0eK? added. Six furlong*. ..n malt:
Handzarra.112 Press 10?
Oxford .109 e'andida .ly,
FIFTH RACE? Maidens, three years old and over *xcH)
added. Six and one-half tarions? en main eouras
Jay Fay.1H> Whltemarsh .107
Banker .110 S?malas . . 10
Deshon .ll? Chrysolite . .U>7
Oliver Cromwell.Hi? Hanover Hornpipe 107
6amuel H. Harris.110 Gambler . '"?3
Long Brook.110 Destiny . .1?
Indian -Star.11" SuftVr .
Conquest .HO Fill! ."' "ltS
Pioneer .107 Lady Prudence.!,>,-,
SIXTH RACE?Selling: three-year-olds and over ?1 000
added. On? and one-t>Ut.. nth n-lles. un turf ' '
Clov-erland .IM Ascot Belie. toft
Blennenworth .112 V..rkshire Lad. 1<?4
Don't A?k M?.Ill The I^aly Rohegja._ 1(Jj
Military Man.Ill Thorn.,nd .'TS
Hippocrates .ltKS Miss Rlllle. j,-,~
Telephon? .1'?? Stepawa? . j,,7
Palette .106;I.ady Ellison.... loi
Loretta M.10? Head Dance . pn
TWIN CITY HANDICAP WEIGHTS.
The weights for the Twin City Handicap, one
and one-quarter miles, to be run Wednesday, Au?
gust 30, have bee-n announced as follows:
Name. STt.1 Name. Wt
Hermit .IMjOraslallo .ios
Stalwart .124 Au Revoir.107
Broomstick .122 Tokiil.m .107
Caughnawsga .1221 Tanya .107
Delhi .IS? Wild Mint..RU
Proper .119 Ivan the Terrlbl?.10?
Hamburg Belle.11H.Lolly Spanker.UW
Bryn Mawr.1131 Bedouin .lo?
beldam? .117-Eugenia Ilurch.1?H
Viral Maaoo.117, Ulahabtlle .im
Oiseau .HSjButtllng .103
Colonial Qlrl.112 .lac.juin .102
Artful .112 Dandelion .101
Watertight . Ill Von Trump. K?j
Cairngorm .IK? St. Rellane.9S
Go B?lw??n.11? R.?e of Dawn.S3
Agile .luOj Clgarlighter . SO
Adbell .1"U Red Friar. sa
Penalties accrue from Is? p. m, August 28.
CAPT. CORWIN IIKill .MAN.
Leads Field in Xational Individual
Match at Sea Girt.
Sea Girt. N. J., Aug. 26.?Shooting to-day with the
same skill that he did yesterday. Captain O. W.
Corwin, of the 7ist New-York, held hla lead in the
national individual match, and when the scores
were tabulated this evening he was high man. with
366. New-York also had four other3 in the first
twenty-five. Scheduled to be completed Friday
noon, the national individual, match is now a day
and a half behind. This la due to the large number
The shooting this morning at 200 yards, rapid fire,
was begun at 8.30 o'clock, and th^r? was a wind
blowing directly across the range from the n r'h.
The conditions were not of the best in the morning,
bu; Improved greatly in the afternoon, when the
force of the wind decreased.
Thflre have been all sorts of rumors current re
gSTding tho Nebraska team. It was reporte.| that
the team was dissatisfied with the c?ndltions. and
had decided not to sh .ot after coming h re. \Vh":i
Colonel McLaughli.-i. tba t-am captain. MSS
said that the members of the team ha 1 all been
withdrawn from the individual match because he
did r.ot wish to tire his men out. as he ?aw that
the match would be a long drawn out affair on ac?
count of the large number of entries. The team
Mill -Loot in the national mat-h.
Visitors from the neighboring summer resorts
fairly swarm.-.1 all over the range. They came In
automobiles, carriages, t.illy-hos and by trolley.
Geneeal Ars?ne Perrilliatt, chief of ordnance of
?fans, was ben this afternoon and. >?
the snooting with Interest, He asid that he would
u.-e ;.. team to the na
tlonal mat. i-, i.- xt j
(uh.-r shed risitora to-day Included ?Jen
eral I?. F. Wanser, of Jeras? City, eorima-.
the New-Jers.-y National Guard; Colonel E. W.
Hire, of Paterson; Colonel Henry W. Freeman, of
the 1st Regiment, and R. H. McCarter, Attorn y
tal General Rob rt Shsw Oirrer, Assistant
Beervtar? of War. was exgeetsi to attend the
tournassent, bal General Hal] said to-day tl'.at he
would r.ot be able to ;orae. Governor Stokes will |
invite Senator??Dryden and Kea-, and some of th?
Consressmen. prominent officials and Republicans
to the banquet, which will be held In honor of
General Fred D. Grant on Wedn<
The s ores i.f the New-York men who rinished
arera as follows:
Slow Rapid Rar i
fire. SIM .'???>. Tv.taL
Captain ?""or win.lv2 3? 4? 2?>i
Captain Kemp .Mg 42 2:; I ?
Lieutenant Sr-.epr-ard.. - 4.?, *2 253 I
Serseant Leuachner.1>VS 33 3m 241 !
S< rgeant Lent .177 34 41
?erii^.-.nt orcaaasw .ito 38 31
Bctaaaal smith .Ma 4?? 3?> ?t~
Ser?rr-ar,t Bryant .M 40 3? 2at>
Sergeant She-' .174 40 40 2J54 '
Lieutenant Wilson .144 3& lf> 212 :
Sergeant Berger .161 2? 3S 225 i
The scores of the New-Jersey men were:
Slow Rapid Rapid
fir.-. 2<>" 5U?. Tbtal.
Captain Martta .l?i? : 4?. 246 !
C?ptala Libn?-v .172 .- ?.t* 2:13 1
S-rt;.-ant Fair .144 3S 3?'. gfg
Scores of other Jerseymen who tired at 200 rapid
fire only follow: Major Rowland. 11; Lieutenant
Rice. 3-: Lieutenant Tenrea lO: Lieutenant Smith.
31: Sergeant Major Evans, 37; Corporal Gabriei 40; |
Sergeant Silvester. 30; Sergeant Williams, 43: Pri- 1
vate Hudson. 47. Private McRostie, 31. Lieutenant '
I.ittell. 2i?: Private McDonald, 23. Captain Price.
U; John Malcolm. 3S.
POLO AT NEWPORT.
Grent Xeck Beats Point Judith in
Second Cup Match.
Newport. R. I.. Acr ?-The second ?atcb for
the Newport cup, at the W.,1 | ,? PoIo JJ ?
day was won by the Great Neck team by
M% to 4 for Point Judith- Botb teams ba
aislar,.,- of p'ayers from , ?-*.?
was the largest of the season and the sport was ex'
cellent. The line-up and summary
ti gag???:.. JA J ??
fc^?,.:::::::: pj: ? ::::
Baca-D. Ml .burn..Ji T A
. 12 ;,
-^-Great M ?? *?
handicap?or.? Xeck 3 . ??? *? ^? *r
C Vanderbilt. Tlm*r-J. Alle.
SHARPSHOOTERS AT CREEDMOOR.
Colonel Foote Scores Forty-nine Ont of ?
Possible Fifty and Leads Field.
C* -dmoor. Long Island. Aug. 2&.? An Ideal day
for shooting was tbe condition that confronted tho
two hun.ir-^d National Guardsmen who came ??
qualify to-day as sharpshooters- Tre Srst quail -
ficatlon was that of Lieutenant Colonel J. H- Foot?,
14th Regiment, who made 49 out of a possible 50.
the best score on an ot,en day for years. Ma. :
R. liegeman, inspector of sma':l arrr.3 practice.
First Br.gad?-. was in command. The scores follow.
Rank. Name. GaewsaSBI ' A a. Ttl.
Lieut. Cat J. H. r" ? te. glaad. ? .... ? 24
rtsiisgat. a.?; . 2a
Lie.it. Com. M 1 -\ r?. _i 21 44
Colonel E. Durf:- . 23 20 4.4
- seat J Z m. F '.? .
UB ? E. M-exr:-. . K, 47 -
. iates. H. l.i . _
Er.?:*' 1. 1 X. B.
naat vv. c 1. -?
Lieutenant It. P. Ott. D. 13. _
COLLISION AT GOSHEN RACE3.
Goshen, N. Y . Aaajg *JL?Tl
were not lar gi
2:14 class pace SCI
gather. T -
M x-.dvM-cd, ?as r.ur.ed fron-. :-.
circled UM ttack twice and was ca.- I
In the fourth heat of la* s-.rr.e r?~
accident ?w narrowly averted, and J k
driver of Mi*s Mills, was si..-.
for foul driving.
? g -2 M etaaa; sotes i
b. m., in ihr-.
tr.ird ' Bas) tltt.e. 2:14
Wilke?. b. av; Mtai
by Tromi - .....
third. Be.-t -. - - .
Pacir.* - rrr.er? Rai-e: pur?- 13
r-> statana, h ai : Berta BeSer, sacoad; Lads
SHEEPSliEAD BAY SUMMARIES.
ST RACK?THE INAf.lt'RAL STEEPLECHASE HANDI CAP: tm 8MM-9SSB I " 'wn ??
- Start (OOS. w"n aaaUj. Tim.. 4.13*5. Winner, h. .,_
Horse and age. Owner.
IPodt ' I
Phantom. 4_?Hitchcock?. 4 144. 3 2: 3? 14 1?
Dick Robert?. ?....IPltoerj 2 |gj 2 3" 2" 2* 2?
Pagan Bey, 5_iBrokaw) 1 152 1 V 1' 3
Nitrate, a.(Ott) 3 ,151. 4 4 4 4 Fell
1 ' 4 Rav .
Phantom ran a good IS*? Dick Roberts was much ta* best of the others. Nitrate was r.?ver a
?>D RACK?Selling, ftar two year olds: gLSM .? ? a ha.f sMAsSgS VM ?
?si drt.tng. Tim?, i '-'i Winner, b. c. by St. Q?a?n? Daa _
?I'oat | i
4 u 4
St. F-.n. I
I ?Dp Hig'-. ? - 3how.
? ;-ntian . ..
. . (K- '?."v.
.. . iClayi
.. i Brown)
I-, barton . ? t;
Henry well. .IDalM
Blue l'iiate. . . .
14 It 1
tv- 7 4 7 4
? 8 6'
. ltW 13
is is ta
L. Smith .
? i ...
?5-5 7 M
Sir .'aruthers was always in front, but just lasted. Ing'-- have won in an ther
strt.!.. Bribery .am., with a rush m the stretch. Cary loti Ml few all Ma?
I? ?topped badly.
31? RACE?THE FALL I? ANPK'AP: tor three-year-olds and ?war, gaVflSg added; six furlong? Futurity
Start fair. Won drlvM?. Time. 1144 Winner. ?ij ,-.. ! > Hamburg- M.
I Post 1
!' ? Wt
St. Fin. I
-:'- ?? an
Ov High CL-se Placa IMiw.
P. Hamburg, 3. i Whitney i
Lady Amelia, 4.. iWatti
l'awn 3. .il>uryeai
Grazlallo, -> ... (Jenntngsl
.;.!'. Enamel. 3_I Miller)
Tokalon. 4. iFttlWr)
a. :i i M< LJkughlin?
rreen. :: .?G imita '
Ra.-e Klaa 4. . ..Ki
Fountain . .
- ;lta ..
M. Daniel .
- Hawtborg utgaanad Resaben after a hard drive. I .ad y Amelia had all the early speed, but tlr?'. I
?rd. Ri .--1 en. n.-r.e t ., well bar. lied, ma.le up some ground In the stretch. Prven showed a flash of early spee?!
JTH RACK.- THE Ft TTKITY f r twa -.ear ..ids; gg?,gg4> added; ?tx furlongs. Start fair. Won driving. Tima,
~r lip. Winner. 1 b: Oi ntuud? ?Sam M
l'est i (
Vend.r .I HU
Woolwich. Balmonl ?
Athlete.(Mttltowa SI i
J W, rnberg. iBennln?t..n?
Ver..r?-!<-- . .Palyi
l14 Redfem . ..
3- Buchanan .
5? NI col .
H' W Davli .
7' Shaw .
s* Lvn? .
Helge?..n . .
i Traver? ...
! Miller .
J. Martin .
' Bul'nufn - ..
ormcndale broke weil, forced the pace and stood ? hart! drive gamely Timber Juat Mafli rielmar? out ft? th?
place. J-^rry Werni er? r.ov.r i contender Flip Flap had no excuse. Jacoblt? waa a keen contender to th? last ala
teenth pola where he tlrd Kuri-kl ran a fair race.
E-TH RACE ?Selllnir. (M three y ear ?,!d? and oxer; fl.ono added ; one rail? and an ?lghth. Start fair. Won ??avatha.
U rime. 1:344. Winner, b g.. by Itj,!<e -Mocking Bird.
Hone and age. Owner.
St. Fin. '
' ' ?
Op. High ?-loa?. P?aos.
Lord Badge. 6.e>'.!.er> 1 I 1031 2 3? 3? 8?
Stroller. 5.tFarrell. S 1 IOS 1 1? 1H 1*
Novena. 3 .(Chanter? 4 ?1 3 2? 2? 2?
R. William?. 4_?Fuller?' 8 i lOrt S 0" 3? 8"
Sal?. 4.(Rlutel ? < 10tV 4 4? ? -. I
Aarot R?lle. 3.iBM?ti|i 2 lie. A ? S ?
liV, 1? Crlmmta? .
_' ? - .
8? 3* Miller .
4? : manMll .?..
6?? 3? Si-rtaxlty .
6 ? lAahworth ... .
? S S S -
S-3 13-3 UVg 1 1-3
S 4 3-a ?-9 S-3
? ac? T 9
? T T g t
? * s ? ?-a
Streuer l.~.lceii a
vena had ??.me earlv
tie chance thereafter
?fTH RAIE. -For three year ..Ids and -.\.r 81.200 added; on? mile and a ?lxt?e?nth on th? turf
> driving. Time. 1:4*>H Winner, h. g. by Wool?thorpe?Embrace.
winner, but tired at the head of the stretch Lord Badge was ?oing away at th? ?nd !*o
apeed. but tired badly at the end. Ascot Ball? wa? crowdad bayck at the" ?tart and had tit
Start poor. Waa
Hors? and ag?. Owner I I
I .. I 'V
I Og. Mlah.Cto??.Pl?c?
Flrat Mason, 8.
Preten?; ? \
T \Va.ldell. 3
Ntr Ralph. 3_
St'p'g ?ir.iund 3.
Judge Ulmes, ft.. .iE1Iuk.ii) ,
Tyron. 4 .Utnydor, |
i. Harne?)' 5
i Bonnet. 1
(Clancy? I ?
i? a? 2?
8? 3* 8?
2"? I? 1?.
rt? ?^ . .
7? ?? *'
3- T ?-.
OrappU : -.,. . ?. .. , v. c , ... lit, 0llln<l 4way
't.jm? .. .^.^... S
8 13-S 8w? 2- 3
12 lO g ?VS
13 12 *
S> 2? I M
a* ?n M? *
SO SO lO 4)
13 13 S 3
IS M g 3
.Heaeiu?-'.^ ?* ?WWaMA