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7(7 V/C 7?r TWO STROKES. In Brilliant Exhibition Anderson Loses at Fox Hills. Aiex Smith, of th« Nassau Country Club, won the first open championship of the Metropolitan Golf Association yesterday at the Fox Hills Golf Club'? iir.lcs. defeating TVUlie Anderson, the na tional oprn champion, In the play off of the tie at IS holes, medal play. 74 to 76. Tbe pair started off In brilliant etyle. halving the first hole in Sic perfect golf of 4. Anderson ,iiu) played strong golf on the second hole, get ting- it In 4. Smith getting down fn the bogie of f Anderson got the third in 3, Smith needing 4. Tins pave the open champion a lead of two Ftrokes, but at the fifth hole Smith earned a etrofce with a brilliant 3. The next four holes of the outward journey were halved, and at the tern AEderson red by a single stroke. Both were on their game and playing ii high quality of I* Smith missed a chance to square matters at the tenth hole by failing: to run down a short pat for a 3. As it was, each took 4. At the next, however, he gained the coveted stroke, as Anderson sliced his drive, and it cost him a ftrofce to get back on th* fair green from a bad 3!?. At the thirteenth hole the Nassau player took the lead by some brilliant golf. The distance of the Sole Is 569 yards, and Smith was on th« edge of the green in two. He all but ran down his a pr roach rut for a ?.. Anderson over ran the hole in his third, and needed 5, to his op ponenfs 4. • Anderson could not regain this stroke, try as he would, and Smith went further and at the pevemeer.th hole increased his lead to two stroke? by running down a twenty-foot put from the edge of the green. Anderson rimmed the Hit hole in his third, and It was halved in 4, giving Smith the chief honors of the tourna ment. The cares were: *gt emtth^ K.»«u IttltiM 4— M . 454P4433 4— S*-T4 WUU« ■ rscii. Apawanr.s Club: Oct 443344f>4 4—87 ijf .; .4 6 4 3 5 ♦ 3 4 4— Bl>— 7<J The handicap, IB which there were fifty-seven c-5-*'- ? was won by Harry Ives. of the Fox Hills Golf Club, who never did the course before under Ml The score: Harrr Tv«*, Tex Hills. gr.::::::::::::;:::::::::1 ? I I t » I 1 J=S-« T>«r<« wa.« a Oe in tn» four-ball match at 71 be tseen Alex. Smith and C A l>jnring and George Low and Frederick Herreanoff- Lows individual * ! Fc!:r «iuples d that of srr.nn J. Travis and p cur oouoies tied at 72— Walter J. Travis and Re, Gardner. J. D. Travis and Herbert Strong J. A. Janin and Isaac Mackie, and Allan Lard and Donald BaU. There were twenty-two couples in all" and the best scores of the others were strung a : o-iz from 74 to 84 , „ .. As there was no risible chance to play off the tie on acount of Smith playing eft me tie for UM championship with Anderson, the committee de eMed to divide the prUe money, the amate i get ting plate. ThiP -met with general satisfaction. Tht summary follows. FOrK BALL MATCH Name. Out - 1 "' Total Al-xar.der Smith ari C A r<unnlng 35 j.| Georee Dow and Frederick Herreshofl 3i 34 J» Betfecrt Strong an<i J I Travers S3 |o iitewart Gardr-er and Walter J Travis 3. s^ <£ Isaar M»rki» and J. A Janin • 3" 33 » Donald Ball and Alien Lard 27 » « John Hober.s md C. H. Kirk SJ, 3« ;4 B-rnard Xtchon« and Arthur McAleenaa 40 ■» i« Dana Fatrirk and J German, jr 3. f* i 2 G F Spar' ins and W. w WmtMKtm.. aw 36 78 R P Peet i end Howard Gea S'J c« S Wnilt An->rlon ar.d John M TVara . 4C< 36 £ TV'IMe Norton ar.d Joseph M'.AWnan 31 s^ •• Martin •"• Loochlta and Kobert Abbott. 41 3« Tt Jack Jolly and P. A Sajjeen. 40 3. Tl r>av!d Hmter and Paul O'Connor. 42 ;- Joseph Mitchell and Frank ?*ar> 40 39 Jf A B. Griffith? and A. F BoutHer»n«. 40 S9 '■• D E MinT av-I IS D Bower* 4- 3^ t ■Willie -- tl) an.; Pr AT Hala-ht 41 89 g H T«rpl« and B. L. Eng*!-. 40 42 «- J. T Brttt and H Nelson 43 41 M HANDICAP. van, Gross Heap. S*~t. H-r : - Iv-s. r~x HiHs ■ « 1* IJ H J O"\ PrtiJOßton .78 <\ iZ B D Bottome Fox Hills 9S 11 ;2; 2 B D. Bowers. Brook!**- 80 '5 Alex Smith Naf*au «4 -2 iV Iwae Mark'- Fox HHls. ■ ...... 74 -2 £ 6e«r«e t«pw Ba:tu»Tsl 74 -—2 .« Stewart Gardner. Gardei City . 74 -^2 "W A. flark. Uaißt^ri 81 15 76 "Willie Smith. ■*-..■■ 75 -2 r-3'ld Hunter. Ess^x County 75 -2 7. ; -.-.- H<-,b»n«. Bi«lewaeA. . 75 - -* E T Allen, Fox Hills ..... « T [8 •w- Lambert. Fox Hill? ?7 9 2 ■w- A Ham:ltor. Tex HlllF 83 10 7* tv I L«ur^. rat mil* .. »o 12 78 E O HcxMthton. BroOpMyn Golf SS P 7& •W ft. \Vetteran. Poweiton M» 10 79 "Willie And»r»on. Apawamis .76 —3 7f> X A TVaterbury. Eliz T'n * (T*»untry 90 11 79 T. Kemp*t»!l Fox Hill? 82 13 T» G T Fparllr.r. Poweiton 78 —2 SO C H Kirk, Fox BUla Bj 7 80 Dr A r HaUht. Fox Hille ..... *R 8 SO G W. Lanbeck Fox HUle ...... m 14 80 Joseph Ml!*!!. Tox Hills 80 -2 62 r-harlet WWtbecfc Brooklyn Golf PI ■ F2 P. B Mamlock. Fox Hilis f>6 14 &2 A E Kovt. F^i Hi!!* M II 8* AFC lOUlcan. Elizabeth Town and Country 9?. * " A It Thomas. Rirhwowl Cnuntv OS 13 ?5 Howard Tartar. Brooklyn Golf &> » Ji E "W Sehetter, Kichmo-d County 103 14 ?i A H Payton. F6x Hills ins » M J E Kelly. Fox Hills .112 11 91 •*T;thßreir— Jct--.m* D Tra-ere IQaM; Hernert Strang- rnrlaad H E Arnvtrir.r. Fox K!U*. E A Smith. South Orange Pam Ptark. Brooklyn Golf. F C. Polnctr, E!!ta betta Tc*s If -"-v; C A. Deeming. Na*!«au; H. 0 C Davit South Oran«». James Thursby. Brooklyn Golf; Z L En<r!<- O*neti«': Paul S- OCorin-?'.:. F^x Hill*: J. B. L H r -rr.rr:edieu Fox Hills: TV V Harris. New-York Golf; H Nrleon po»-el»t>n: - 7 T Brett. Westchester Golf; John M ~TVarc. Mor.tclair; Frederick Herr*Eho?r. Elrwanok; Donald Ball. Philadelphia C<->ur>f-y C.uh: A F Bouther lani. An3t3ev: W. B- Hcughton. Fox Hills, and R. B. K-jbbani Fox H:!ls. ENGIEWOOD TEAM SHTJT OUT. Fails to Make One Point in Team Match with Morris County. fßy Telegraph te Th* Tribune ; Morrinown. N. J. Sept. — A crowd took ad vaatage of the fine weather to-day and filled the lir.kF of rh» golf club as full as they have been at any time this year. The principal event was "= Ittteti between Morris County and Englewood. The visitors tiled to make one point. The tie ir. the Labor Day bogie handicap was Piay.?<s off. and the scratch player won the cup. The result way as follows: _ , »ed H Ttiorr.as ••crateh p. 2 down Oenrge C Palmer <*■ I - ■*■' Morgan Sni.tr. <2). « down. H. C. DU VAL WINS AT DYKER. A s<=>rted nine hole oßßxpCCtttOa was played yes tenlay by the members of the Dyker Meadow Golf Club, near Fort Hamilton. Brooklyn. H. C Dv Val *-- with a net score of 35. from 11 handicap. The leaders Ores*. Handicap Net. ■ c r-i -i: 4f> 11 35 r B Van Brunt . 41 4H 804 H Q. MrK'ever . & 3H S6V, £ r Ha-.i ..... 40 3 ST C T C'ooKai! . 41 SH 37"* • W fMWHT . 41 81* 871-5 tT J r.frA4»t 42 Si» 5S l » V. E rv>«-r> 41 3V 88^ E S Horn 41 SS 3* 1 * I A KMy -44 I £» r. ' rr.lMips 44 4 40 L C CoOtm ....... 01 10 41 • I T'T-rb*e'-'> 48 »=* 41H » ON THE PLAINFIELD LINKS. fßv Teierraoh to The Tribune 1 Plfllr.fle'd X J . Sept. 16 — J. B Eetts won first honors for the President's Cup at the Park Golf Club this afternoon, and the Rev. Dr. H. K. Carroll an 4 Samuel Tcwrsend finished second and third. For the Scratch Cup R. B. Carroll, the Rev. Dr. H K. Carrol! and L. R. Thurlow won the point*. The leading scores: «T« T B Belts 114 17 t7 The Rev Dr. H X Carroll 96 g 88 C&rsue; Tsirncnd 108 II 90 Iteub»n Knoat . .... 10« It 9j R E Carroll SO ->< Si 3 Z. Watson 110 1C a X. B. Triariow 107 U »< .Alex Gilbert 10» 12 a In the weefcly competition for the Oolf Commit tee Cup at the Plalnfleld County Club ibis after naoa P. O. Relnhart won the first three points, with a net score or 77. Arthur Murphy ana I>. H. Barrows were tied for second place. The lead!!** MM: £ O. RelEh»rt 74 +1 T7 I>»dS*y H. Barrows •« +1 II Afthar Murphy »« S si W. H. Boers 102 17 IS C B. Anflrej 101 11 Ct X- H. Va&boren 107 li H F. O. Belr.hart and Miss Holly won the putting «nd •pproaichirg contest mixed foursome with a •?•• or 12. Arthur Murphy and Mrs K. P. gofers and E. T. Barrow and Mrs. Weber were •» • or second place, with a score of IX. SWEET MARIE'S FAST MILE Trots Heat in £.-05 in the Free-for- All at Syracuse. Syracuse. V T. S>nt. 16.— The Grand Circuit meeting at the State fair grounds closed to-day with five good races on the card. Sweet Mari^ won th« free-for-all race, trotting the second heat In 2:06. the fas4<»« heat during the meeting. Despite the fact that the first three day* wwr* rainy, the meeting: was one of the best of th« Grand Circuit and the time averages two seconds a heat lower than that of any of the meetings of the season. The entire programme was completed. The summary of to-day's races follow: FIRST CONSOLATION PART OF SYRACUSE DRIVING CLUB ;-TAKE— ? TROTTERS— 92.OOO— TTTO IX THREE Kid Sbea. b ■ , by Nitrogen — tls>i>m«i QRoaemier) 2 11 Swift, b. c- by Star B. <I.*>rt McDonald) l 4 4 Prince Edward, blk. R. tEldrMge > 3 2 S Ar.;i«. eh. m. (Saunters* 6 3 2 Sister Colette, b. m. (CahilU 5 5 5 Young Stambou:. br. fr AVal*h> ... 4 <Jls Time. £OQ&. 2:11 V 2:U\. SECOND RACE— 2OT PACE— »I.V«V- IN THREE. Cheery Lass, b ~r. . by Bobby McQregor — Welcome Bunker Andrews! 1 1 Perur,*, b. m . by Norbell (Hurphy) .2 2 Matin Bells, b m . by Bern- Bells iD» Ryd«r> 4 3 Charley Havt b » . by AUerton i Allen) ... 3 4 Tlm«. 2:06*4. 1:08* THIRD RACE— 2:I3 TROT— JI.JOtV— THREE IN FIVE. Jim Fentor. b. «.. by Henry F- (McDevttt) 111 Mom. » r. by AUerton (Brirk<Th->fn 2 2 3 fwaro. b. *. by C-ctilan (Thomaei 3 3 2 Tim*. 8:11%, 2 OS V 2-V* I*.1 *. FOCRTH RACE— FREE-FOR-ALL TROT— S2.OOO— TWO IN THREE. S*-tet Marl"' b re . by McKlnney— La<ly Rivers, by Majmbrino (A P. BCcDonatdi 1 1 Dr Strong-, gr. ? (Daw- McDonald) ... 2 3 Tim*. 2:06^. 2:05. FIFTH RACE— 2.IS PACB—*l.2no— IN FIVE. L*(?r Se*!«lcn. blk. m by Ejectment — Alcantara (Lou M-.-DonaM).. 1 J 1 Qn»en of Spade*. MV m (Bnoar) 2 3 2 Jubilate b 6. (Jam^si . . 3 2 4 Cyclone, b * (Morris ♦ ♦ 8 Edward D . b g. fDwyer) ■ S 5 3 Tin*. 2:<*V 2:o9'*. 2:!* I*.1 *. IW.VG CHIMES DEAD. Susie G. Paces Fast Mile in 2:l£ and Beats Star Pugh. Members of the New-York Driving Club, who went to the Empire track yesterday in expectation of seeing- King Chimes. 2:lo**, and Governor Holt. 2:15. lower their team record of 2.13 V were doubly disappointed. They not only missed the perform ance, but learned that King Chimes was dead, the horse having expired suddenly when exercising in preparation for the race against time King Chimes was owned by W. C. Floyd Jones and wan bred by C. J. Hamlin. He was sixteen years old and was by Chimes. 2:30^,, from Queenie King by Mambrino King. In IS9;< he gained a pacing record of 2:ir-4 in July, and a trotting rec ord of 2:10\ in September Eight races were decided at the meeting of the Driving Club yesterday. The feature of the sport was the performance of Susie G. in the champion class for pacers. She easily defeated Star Pugh. pacing the second heat In 2:12 on a slow tracK. The summaries follow: PACING — CLASP A. J H Campbell's blk. m. Susie G. 1 1 C B. Rice's fit K. J?t«r Push — • - 2 Time. 2:l2rz. 2:12. TROTTING — A. Thomas B Leahv's fc'k m. Princess pique 1 1 Ar.trpw Crawford 1 * b. m. Belfry C*lme« - 2 Time, 2:19"-». 2:2S^i PACING — i .'LASS D. j J Foody's b. m IV likes Ma' 4 1 6 1 Andrew Crawford's re. g. San Gabriel Frince 2 l<lis Isaac A. Hoppers blk. m Black Belle 4 2 rr T G Hinds' blk p. Davii Muscovite 3 In A Q Vermilyea's br m. Carrie C 0 4 to Time. 2:21 V 2.26. 2:24*4. TROTTING — CLASS E. T F. Kennedy's b g T*»ddy X • ■ 1 1 ! W. F Kllpatrick's r- c Roynl Rene 2 2 Time. 2:24. 2:26. PACING CLASS C Inaac A Hopper's b m. Bessie Thompson 1 1 Clarence Ware's b re Plcol? * 2 J F Otbeoa'a bT m. Grace il ad's M Bruckheimer s b f Baron 9a!d dls Time. 2.ISH. 2:19. TROTTING— CLASS C. J F- Gibbons' sbr r Orttoe 1 2 1 J E Meyer's b. a. The Lad 2 1 2 Patrick Ryan's eh m Rita 8... 3 3 ro Philip Heip«nhau«er.s V- m Nelly WUkes 4 4 ro William Cahiil's br. g Charles Brandon dls Time. 2:21. - 2i"> ! - 2:22%. PACING— CLASS B. Thoma» B Leahy s b c Sampson 1 1 J. J. Foody's b g. Mush 2 * Clarence Ware's b g. Thomas H. als E j La harp's b t; Cascade <P* Time. 2:14%, 2:16. TROTTING B. Clarence Wares b g. County Stran?»r 2 1 1 Patrick Ryan's eh. p. Auklar.4 1 - jj Arthur Lares bit b Dan " ro Joseph E Meyers b. m Ela ii« * ro Piewart Barr's br g. Bright Light dis Time, 2:21 >*. 2:18 2:24>4. MAXY HORSES TO SHOW. Four Hundred Entries for Annual Exhibition at White Plains. The TVestchester County Horse Show Associa tion has received 4iX) entries for i'? twelfth annual exhibition at White Plains on September 20. 21. 22 and 23. The list Include? many noted prize winners and new candidates for blue ribbons. The show will begin each afternoon at 1 o'clock. The exhibitors in the classes for trotters and roadsters will be J. Borden Harriman, Mrs. Theo dore G. Volger. William Hoegg. P. G. Curran. Gedney Farm, James McCleMhar.. Harry L. Top litz, R M. Cortell. Bird S- Coier. W. H. Carpenter, Alfred B. Maclav, Mrs. Henry Slegel, Mopes Taylor. Charles L Carbrey, Carroll & Keegai C T Haag. E. C. Klrkland. C. W. Watson and Henry t.. Schwab. Those who have maie entries of harness horses Include Alfred G. Vanderbilt. Roxton Farm. Mrs. A O Van Heu-sen. E. H. AVeatherbee. Daniel G. Reid Miss M. C. Maxwell. Mrs. Georpe M. Slden berc. Herbert C. Wright. Mis? Vera Morris. Mrs. Henry Siegel. C. W. Watson, Howard WHletß, A. B Bfaclay. Lehman Strauss. Hugh Miller. John Doyle D Mllbank. C Louis Boiesevaln. Mrs. Henry Rowland, R. H. Hunt. Miss Mary B Cat!:.-.. Miss Henrietta C. WeatherbAe. Willis J Eustls and J. F. Gibson. BENSONHTJRST Y. C. REGATTA. Final Race for Championship Prizes Sailed in the Lower Bay. There was some lively racing yesterday in th» Lower Buy between the twenty-five yachts that sailed in the final race of th« Bensonhurst Yacht Club for the championship prizes. It was a handi cap race, and there was some pretty work at the start, as the yachts jockeyed for positions. J. H. Ives's yawl La Cubana carried off th» honors in her class. In ClaBS B, which was open to Class N 1 boats S. E. Vernon's Vivian II was the winner. Class C was open to Class Q boats, and the winner was Alfred McKay's Ogeemah. W. A. Barstow'6 Trouble captured the prize in Class D. and in Class E T. A. Hamilton's Bah fin ished first. Of the catboats. W. F. Remmey 1 ? Col leen sailed the fastest and carried off the prize. There was a power boat ra'-f for fishermen after the yacht race. J. Sned*>ker's boat was the win ner, with B. Voorhees's boat second CLASS D — A SPECIAL— FOR A CUP PRESENTED BY REAR COMMODORE J B. O'DONOHI'E— START 3:I2— COURSE 8 NAUTICAL MILES. Elapsed Corrected Finish. time time Yacht and owner. V. M ? KM S. H M.S. Trouble "W. A Ban tow 4:4»:47 1:87:47 I:34: i' Careiew. R- Rummy »«lsO6 1-S9:OS Jtfg-jg Wraith C. Tompk'.ns . 4:?2:f« 1:40:05 l:3R:ffl Spots R C Velt . ■"■ "47 1:48:47 1 4»:4, iintn* H. H. Roberwn ... 5:11 1:.'.9:3r> 1.50:20 CUBS E— SLOOPS. CLASSES R AND R *-?£**■ CUP PRESENTED BT FLEET CAPTAIN B. RtV MEL-START 315— COURSE » NAUTICAL MILES. Bob. T A Hamilton ... 4:2«4T 1:11 1:10:47 Bet*. Snedeker and C"amr 4:42 20 1:27:20 1.1.-30 r-r .« P— MAIVPAIL YA'-HTS— FOR A CUP PRE SFVTEP BY Vv>MMOr-OKE A C BBJULOWS PTART 3 -lA— COURSE & NAUTICAL MILES. -^•^^ k r raraey r« iiSiS Orii^ C T Schultz DMnotflnlA. ,L TR r,ORIEP— FOR A '-ASH prize OFFTREP by B^BOJfHUBfiT YACHT CLUB— START 3:35— COVRSE » NAtTICAL MILES L fciMßr :;::: 5:0i:32 I*? « I ■& . ?.2 B oorhees B:06:Wt , , 31 . M 1:S1:3S C -Brown • . 6:06:62 1:31:52 1.31:52 w K BS ?. 5:14:50 l:S»:50 1:36.50 £ Br"^ n .■:-.•.-.•.■•■.•..■_ Did not nrish. APAWAMIS GOLF CLUB SCORES. The first round of the dub championship and a ,oil ball BW«cpsu»Jwß were the feature* yesterday at the Apawamis Golf Club, near Rye. In the championship the results were: a w A Eherman beat A. B. Elnr.eadorf. by nnjt round— H_ A c < rJ^ e ., er at w 8 B Hart. b r Bup and Ito pto> « g ptlira b*at BC. Fuller, by 8 up end 'Wff.lta.tJLT WaJdron. by 1 up; S W. 1 up; E. X- ,"" H H«mmond, by «up and Bto play; "S^cr. in the handicap wer^ 67 7 80 H. A. Hh*rm*n — " #>#> as 4 M A H. Hart —• — **' »7 » ,ks W. A. Twmtt - - :::;...•• • »0 a. W. Dai'"-*-* m:\v-york daily tribune, suxday. September it. 1905. ON THE CRICKET CREASES i/,/Vr LOCAL MATCHES. Staten Island Team A Beats Kings Count?/ at Prospect Park. Prospect Park presented an animated scene yes terday. a.« no less than seven cricket games were slaved fh<?re. Thr*^ of th«»e were in the cham piOßshtp eyries &t th« Metropolitan District Cricket League. Both teams of the State Island Cricket Club played at tli* park. and. while Team A won its match. Team B suffered defeat. Team A of Staten Island played Kings County, and won by 51 runs, declaring the innings closed with 4 wickets down. E. H. L. Steinthal and M. P. Cobb Dlayed for the Islanders for 42 and 37. not out. respectively, while C. H. Clarke scored 12. N\ Curtis and G. Gautler. with 10 each, were the only Kings County players to withstand the bowl lnar of Clarke and Cobb. The former secured 4 wickets for 35 runs and the latter 4 for 17. The score: 9TATEN ISLAND TEAM A. C. P. Hurditch. t> Curtis * E. H. L. Steinlhal. b O. Gautior 42 C H. «lark«. b Smart 12 M R. Cot*, not out d J A. J. G. Cook, b E Williams 1 By«» a - Leg byes } No ball 1 Total (declared) mo D G. Humble. F F. Kelly. J. W. Toone. F. A. W. Ireland. T. A. Allison and W. F. Lewis did not bat. KINGS COUNTY X. Curtis, st Hur<!!tch. b Cobb 10 H. C. Smart, b Cobb g E C. Husklnson. run out * W H Williams, b Clarke f F Gautler. b Cobb } E J Wlliamß. b Clark* * G Gauiier. not out J^ J Eowker. b Clarke « 5 E Low-ry, c Kelly, b Cobb » A B. Lewtg. b Clarke ■• ■ 2 By»? _ 7 Total 4 » NOMADS BEAT ZINGABL. Brooklyn Teams Meet in League Match at Prospect Park. In the Metropolitan District Cricket League championship game between the two Brooklyn teams yesterday at Prospect Park th* Zingari eleven wag be?.».en by 35 runs The top fore of the game was made by J. Poyer. with 3«. for the Nomads, while W. B. King, with I.V for the Zingari tPam. was the only other double figure scorer. In bowling A. Corbin and J L. Poyer had good analyses. The former took five wickets for 18 runs and "Poyer 4 for 30 For the Zingari team C. A. Worm secured 4 wicket? for 23 runs. C. A. Hansen 3 for 18, and D. Maturin 2 for 30. The score: BROOKLYN ZINQARI. C. A "Worm, b Corblri ' A Brown, c Seals, b Po^M * W. H. Stiles, c and b Poyer 0 W B King, b Poyer 1* J Rcxljr-rs. b Corbin • H. O. Seal*, c Armstronit. b Corbin 0 C. A Hf.n-T.. b Pov-r 8 D A. Maturin. t> Corbtr. * B. F. C Bnddlngton. c Armstrong, b Corbin 4 .v M Adamson. not out 2 Total « BROOKLYN NOMADS. A Tyrr!H. - rob. b Hansen , 1 W. B Scale. c Adamson. b Worm 0 J Poyer, b Worm SS O. Smith, b Hansen " G. C. Green, b Worm 3 C. A Tunley. b Wens . 4 A. Corbin. <- Rodgers. t> Maturin 3 A Armstrong, b Maturin 3 A Baxter, b Han?en 2 A. E. M^Gowan. not out 0 By-* 1" Leg byes 4 No ba'! 1 Total 83 PLAY WITH SIX MEN. Kings County St. George Easily Beat Staten Island B Team. A low scoring congest resulted from the meeting of Staten Island Tr-am B and the Kings County St. George team at Prospect Park yesterday, the letter winning by 34 runs. Staten Island was handi capped by a short sided team, having only six men. For Kings County the best batting was done by P. S Marks, with 15, and J. S. Mahon. with 14. At bowling-. Marks took i wickets for 3 runs, and J D McClerman 2 for 15. For Staten Island. S. E-. G <"ock took 2 for 2. T D Klllick 3 for 10. and A. G. Laurie 8 for 14. The score: STATEN ISLAND TEAM B. R W F Powell, not out — 8 P. E. Bousfleld, c and b Mcldennan 0 A G. Laurie, b Harks 5 ? E O Cook, b Marks 0 T. D Klllick. •• Atwood b McCiennan 15 D. Q Humble, c Stuart, b Marks 2 Byes J Total 20 KINGS COT' NTT ST. GEORGE. E! J Atwood. b Klllick , 4 J D. McClennan. b Laurie '2 J P." Stuart, b Laurie (> .7 ? Mahon. b Laurie 14 P B Marks b Powell .. 13 C. C Mahori. c sub b Killlc* 8 H Williams, r Powell, b <~ook 2 C T T.>:<iln(?s. b Cook « F. Hoyle. b Killick 1 J c. K. Jordan, not out 0 Byes • _^ Total M EASY FOE COLUMBIA OVAL. Beat Thistles in New-York Cricket Associa tion Match by Seventeen Runs. Columbia Oval visited the Thistles at Prospect Park yesterday for a New-York Cricks Associa tion championship gam", and won handily by 17 run? The visitors declared the innings closed with only four wickets dowr D. G. Birkett played well for Columbia Oval In addition to capturing four wickets for 24 runs, he batted in fine style for «. not out. Double figures were made pv a. E. R. Whitehorn with 13, and J. N*. Escobal with 12. L. "Winpenny took two wickets for 3 rune. W. S. Patmore, with 20, was the only Thistle to enter the double figure list. The score: COLUMBIA OVAL. A E R 'Whitehorn, run out 13 H A Smith. i b »■ b Gillette 4 C H. Merrill, C Anderson b Waiih* 1 D 0 Birk~" not out 43 J W. Eacobal. b Sargeant li A C Helv.-ltz. not out 3 Bye* 4 Leg bye 1 Total (declared) SO L Wlnpenny, B. Bennett. B. Hunt ar.d H. S. Newperry did not bat. THISTLE CRICKET CLUB. I Burrow?, b Blrketr 4 T. A. Sar^r-ant. b Birkett . -_ o W B Patmor*. c Hunt, b Wir.penny 20 J Gillette c Hunt, b Birk-' 7 V. C Walthe. b Birkett 0 W. C. Anderson, run out 1 J Sneddon. c Birkett. h Whitehorn 1 J Dalrlish. bWinpenr.y 6 j Grieve, hi: wicket, b Jacobs 1 4 li Reid, b Es-obal 4 J McPhee. not out 1 Bye« * Leg bye* 3 Total « DARKNESS STOPS THIS MATCH. A drawn game resulted from the meeting- at Procp'ct Park yesterday of the Chadwlcks and West Indian Team B In Section 4B4 B of the New- York Association series. The West Indians declared the innings closed with SS for 6 wickets, and had disposed of g wickets on the I jiadwick team, when darkness prevented further play. Top score of th* gam* was made by J. Tltly, for the West Indians, with ft and O. O. Walthe played well for 29. and A. Williams added 10 not out. For Chad wick. C. D. Marvin took 5 wickets for 45 run?, while G Robinson scored 10. The totals- We7t Indian. « ideclared); Chadwick. « (8 wickets). . ELIZABETH CRICKETERS BEATEN. The West Indians played the Union County team, of Elizabeth, at Prospect Park yesterday, and proved the victors by SS runs. This was due chiefly to the bowiinf of H. Alex ander F Hind* and 6. AHyne, with respective rec ords of 3 wickets for 4 run». 4 for 9 and 3 for 8. D. Goodridge. with 17. and J. Griffith, with 15. "F"" F " Tn^Cou"™ "•*?««• was Goddartr. jffljiirgffg^y ThßtotaU: PATERSON BEATS ESSEX COUNTY. At Branch Brook Park. Newark, another victory was credited to Paterson yesterday in an aasoda- Club. »: Paterson Or**** *- l11w " """ LIGHT BREEZE ON SOUND. Cora Mia and Mimosa 111 Winners in Seaavanhaka Regatta. Thirty-eight yachts started In the annum fall regatta of the Scawanh.ika-Corinthian Yarht Club yesterday in a light breeze from the southeast, which increased m strength as the yachts pro ceeded over the triansrular course on Lons I?iand Sound This made it a reach for the first I*>; of the course, a run for the ICOOd. and a beat for the third The New- York Yacht Club 33-footer. Cara Mia. which was the winner in the class, covered the sam» course as the «loop 3 ami jtiti of th» 33- foot claw, in *:3?:26. which was 12 minutes faster than th» 33-footer. Mimosa 111. which won in the class from F. G. Stewart's Regina by 11 minutes and a Seconds The Cara Mia defeated the Nautilus by 2S minutes «nd second? In the rarrwrinuf class Adrian Iselin's Nora was the winner from the Rascal 11. by 7:54. In the other dUMa th» winners were J. H. Bssir's Hour*. C W. Wetmore 1 * Sabrina and J. Fry Notion. The start was made at 1:25, the sioo:>s ir. the 83-foot class crossing the line between the com mittee boat and a mark off Lloyd's Neck pr--rty tveli bunched. The eight 30-footers that started were also well bunched on the lkri* Donald Ab bott's Answer was the first of the small sloops to cross the finish line. The summary follows: YAWLS— 3a-FOOT CLASS- START — COURSE 15V4 MILES. Stssesd Finish- time. Yacht and owner. H MS. H.M.B. M-rr. .-;.. H. M Raborg 4:40:22 3:15:23 SLOOPS— 32-FOOT CLASS— START I.2S— COtTISB 13 4 MILES. Mimosa 111. T E» Park 4:1717 252:17 Nik--. V. I. Cumno..h 4:31:20 5:06:20 Tito. Col :it« Hoyt 4:32:27 3:07:27 Hegina. F O Stetr-.ri 4:28:50 3:<j3:5» Mimosa I. T. M. a. Raborg 4:3a:Q2 3:11:02 Margufrit". W. F. Clark 4:52:32 3:27:;;2 NEW YORK YACHT CLUB 30-FOOT CLASS — START I:3n— COURSE ISM MILES Cara Mia. 8. IVainwrisht 4.09:28 2:3»:2« /■I«-la!i» II Ad«-e Brothers 4 10:22 4:40:22 Nautilus. Hanan Brothers 4:37:31 s 07:31 Atair. <T>r<! Meyer 4:3»:07 3:09:07 Maid of M-iKinn. W. D Guthrle 4:3H:52 3:0»:53 Dahin-Iv W. R Duncan. Ir . 4-19 3:08:54 OK, Adrian Iselin. M 4:40:35 3:1:35 N*ola 11. George M. Inchon 4:42:41 3:12:41 RACEA>:«OUTS— START 1 :XS— COURSE »M MILES. Nora, A. Iselln. 3d , 4:20:38 2:45.3« Ra?osl 11. S C Hopkins 4:28:30 2:52:30 Invader. Jr. R A Rainey 4:31:36 2:5«:3e Bu«y Be» R. T WalTiwrisht 4:24:47 2:4*4" Indian. William Garfiner 4:34:<)S 2:66:05 Howdy. Ooorge Mercfr. jr 4:34:50 2:58:50 F!r»fl;.. Guy Standing 4:42:54 8:07:5-» LARCIIMOXT— 2I-FOOT CLASS*— START COCRSB 13>- 4 MILES. Hour.. J H. K.-si»r 4:41:0» 8:01:0* Vaquero. William Stump 4-4. ! i:19 3:05:19 Dorothy. L. G Spenc<- 4:4.'. : 3:06:28 SLOOPS— 27-FOOT CLASS— START 1:55 — COrRSB 7\ MILES. Famm^r.ah. F. P. Currier .. 3:42:34 1:02:34 Okee, .T A Mahl«tedt 3:42:35 1:52:30 Heron. J. I> Boutlllier 3:43:00 1:53:00 Answer, Donald Abbott 8:35:56 1:40:56 SLO<~>r.(!_i r uirooT '~LAS9— START 1 :55— COURSE 7% MILES. Flyer, W. E:nlon Roosevelt 3:53:00 1:58:06 AJjr« P R. Oocaerl . 3:55:43 2:00:43 We Wean. R C. COthtxrl 3:M:27 2:03-27 Imp. F L Landr.n 4:0<):53 2:00:A3 Babrtna, C W. Wetmore 3:40:01 1:54:01 GrUte. B. G. Weeks. Did nor. finish. SLOOPS— IS -FC^T CLASS— START ft**— COUKSB ~\ MILES. Notion, J. Fry 3:48:25 1 :45:2Ti Hamburg, M. Gold.orhmHT . 3:30:00 l:58:tO Emerald, H F. Abington 4:20:34 2:20:34 The -winners were the Memory. Mimosa 111, the Cara. Mia, the Nora, the- Kouri. the Answer, the Sabrina and th» Notion. WOMEN AS CBEWS. Fast Time Made in Knickerbocker Yacht Club Races. It was "ladies' day" at the Knickerbocker Yacht Cldb yesterday. There were races for sailing 1 and power craft, and the women acted as crews on many of the boats. The races were held In the afternoon. The boats started off the clubhouse, and sailed twice around a triangular course of nine miles. The wind was north by east, making- the first two legs reaches and the rhird a beat. Fast time was made. The power boats went the same course. Two motor Soats. G. J. Btels's Katydid and H. Stephen son's Xanita 11. started, but the Xanita broke down and the Katiedid finished alone, making the nine miles in 37:47 After the races there were refreshments, and in the evening there were music and dancing at the clubhouse, which was prettily illuminated. The summary: SLOOPS AND TAWLS- CLASP— START 4:2* P. —COURSE 9 MILES. Elapsed Finish. time. Yacht and owner. H.M 8 H MS. Piut», W. B. Beam 6 28:33 1:08:33 GurnarJ. L. H Gocher 5:33:46 1:13:45 Nautilus. J. J. McCaU 36:16 1:11:15 SLOOPS— CLASS— START 4:2S— COURSE 9 iIILKS Naiftd, J D. Palm»r 5:32:53 IK>7:C3 Adelaide. R. A. Dennevlll- 5:51:43 1:20:42 Mongoose 111. H Nyles 8:57:55 1:32:5."i Iris. H L Williams - 5:50:20 1:25:20 Ouananich". Hodman Sands 5:42:02 1.17:02 CATBOAT CLASS— START 4:3O— COURSS 9 MILES. Favonr.o. O J Sell 6:00:10 1:30:10 Dorothy. Majc Gounod 6:03:23 1:33:23 POWER BOATS — START 4:IB— COURSE 9 MILES. No. 7. Joseph Cassidy 5:02:2© 0:47:20 No. 0. J. SlUztacb 6:04:21 0:49:11 No. 12. M E Connelly 8:02:38 0:49:33 No. 8. A. L. Kerker 5:07 0:52 07 No. 2. Ch3ries isbton 3:07:30 0:52:30 No 13. L. A. Stokes -. Dlsaoied No. 1. F. A. Kramer Disabled No. 8. A. P. Sands Disabled AUTO BOATS— START 4:I7— COURSE 9 MILES Katydid. O?r-rg-* J. Selz 4:54:47 0:37:47 Nanita 11. Harry Stevenson Did not finish. CRUISING LAUNCHES— START 4:2O— COURSE 9 MILES Iris. EL C. Berrlan 5:1348 0 53-46 BrunMlde. F B. Rix 5:20:30 1:00:30 Hyena, A A Low 5:23:26 1:03:26 Dolphin. G A. Diem 5:30:41 1:10:41 Stump, J. ?u;zbach . 5:85:30 1:15:20 The winners were the Piute. the Naiad, the Favonne. the No. 7. the Katydid and the Iris. CLARK HOLDS EOQUE MEDAL, Frank H. Foss. the Challenger. Beaten Easily in Two Games. Spring-field. Mas?., Sept 16 —Frank H. Foss. of Hartford. Conn., challenger for the Rogers rogue medal, held by Edward Clark, of Springfield, was defeated by Clark in two rames this afternoon. 'i 2 to 9 and 32 to 4 SMALL FIELD AT ENGLEWOOD. Only a half dozen mad* returns in the bogle handicap yesterday at the Englewood Golf Club. The result? were W. W. White. 1 down; P F. Lefferta and H W. Banks. Jr.. 2 down, and Frank Snare. G. C. Austin and W. P Stafford. 4 down. SWEEPSTAKE AT GLEN RIDGE. PBjr T^BTaoh to The Tribune! Glen Ridee. N\ .1 . Sept. 16. — In a sweepstake con test en the Glen Ridge Golf Club links, this after noon. I. K. Holton and Ward K. Thomas divided the balls, the caxda reading •• — i — M. Next week the annual championship contest will be started. AUTOMOBILE TRADE NOTES. Hints to the Buyer from Manufactory and Garage. The Ford Motor Company will occupy Its new salesrooms on the west Bide of Broadway, between West 54t"n and West 55th sts.. on October 1. It will be on? of the most attractive show TOO ma in New- York. Pipe motor cars demonstrated their excellence In the contest for th*> I^iederke Cup at Dinant. The course was 102 kilometre? covered four times. Haut vast. dnvi-iK a Pip* caT, won in ♦'. hours. 51 minutes and 12 .seconds. J'.natzy (Pipe) came in sixth in 7 hours. 2* minuter .mr! 26 seconds, and Vandepoel (Pipe i seventn in " hours. 43 minutes and 21 seconds. There were eight contestants, all l'>reign cars, Josenh S. Holler, importer of Pipe car?. sailed yes terday for tjelgium to arrange for a 90-horsepower racing machine for the Florida winter contests. In the Florio Cup race, In which several of the best European cars participated. Duray. in a De Dietrich car. finished second; Rougier, In a De Diet rich, fifth, and Gabriel. 1-: a Do Dietrich, sixth. A fact significant of the growing export business in electric cars is that In the month of July sixty Columbia electrics were shipped to Parts alone. In all or the garages of Paris electric charging in stallations are being made, while a short time ago the number of places where the •"juice" was an tap were few and hard to find. The Wayne Automobile Company Is building a 60 hor»epower racer. which will be driven by Deacon Holmes at Ormond next winter. A Martini car. driven by Max Martini, was the winner In the third class for hill climbing at Ma „•#.». The time for 6 kilometres was 4 minutes 12 L .econdi The Prue M the Herlcomer Cup. ur^ented annually by Dr. James yon Bleicbxo«der. RANKING PLAYERS MEET. Some Brilliant Lawn Tennis in Staten Island Tournament. Lawn tennis matches op the turf of the Staten Island Cricket and Lawn Te» nis Chub, at Living ston. Staten Island, brought the competitors up to the final round in both singles and doubles yester day. In both contest* it was a meeting of the ranking pla%-- of the country, arid aS but two of the matches went to three sets. The Prince ton combination. Karl H Behr and Raymond H. Little, defeated. Thaodorc Roosevelt Pel! and Harry F. Allen by two sets to one. The final score was 5—7. 6 — t. S— 6. Both of the defeated pair were fast at the net. They were one* within a point of a victory in the third sot. but inaccuracies at critical periods kili*d their chances. Behr and Little com ing through. In the singles. Frederick G. Anderson, 'he Kings County champion, won his place in the final ro;md by defeating the «x-Metropolitan champion. Ed win P. Fischer. This match was all played on tae DE DIETRICH AMERICAN BRANCH SALESROOMS. GARAGE ANl> REPAIR SHOP. Sixteen thousand square feet floor area. Xo. 21a West 48th- 3t. drive, in which the left-hand side of A««e«onjij ?f the »ir.eles. his opponent being r C. Yh«*« &Vtf»®£®«; U fi n^ils h wit f ST^er YBon^n^Y B on^n^t n rai?h kk t i sits." tL sum mary follows: Men. .tn«l. 9 %^«\*^-£Z A ?s-. %. M narr?F W 7»l« ta l^^ eter «» C " & Kelly. 3—6, 9— 7 «— 4 n „B _ A RavTnond t). T4ttl* Semi-final round— Karl «• B ™.^° d Harrr F Allen. dafeated Tbeode*. *™££ o *% i n4G«*n* M. Mile, T/TLE FOR TORRANCE. Beats Bur chard in Hudson River Loam Tennis Championship. Changing: his tactics In the middle of the match. Henry A. Torrance. of the Englewood Field Club. won the championship title In the singles yesterday by defeating the defending champion. Ross Bur chard, of the Powelton Conntl • <~lub. In a ?ong five set match. The contest was in the tournament of the Hudson River Lawn Tenr.is Association, on the courts Of the Englewood Field Club. Engle wood, X. J., and Torrance took the cup and title by the pcore of 3—6, 0—45, 6—o, 6—2, 6—2. This was the feature match of the day's play, although finals in three other contests were decided. Burchard began by driving from the opening ser vice, and ha found It a comparatively easy matter to pass Torranee as the challenger came up to the GEORGE T. SCHULL, VICE-PRESIDENT AXD GENERAL MANAGER: D. F. GRAHAM. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT; JOHN* UNSER. SUPERINTENDENT, AND FRED C CARTER, SALES MANAGER, OF THE EH. V. CO., MIDDLETOWN, CONN. IN THEIB COMPOUND MOTOR CAR net. With two sets in his favor Barchani s»emed sure to retain his holding of the cup. It was at the beginning of the third set, however, that Torrance began to pop up lobs that fell Just '■" Burehard's) head as he held his place in the middle of the court. Repeatedly the defending champion failed to set these bails hack, as the lob* dropped tfce hall right upon tl>* base line, and the set went to Tor ranc* at *— A. From this on to th* end Burchard made a gal lant effort to play U*e ■•-li low with variations of srx^d and force Torra»ce into errors But in this h«- was unsucceFSfui. as Torraaca never wavered in his accuracy of return and took both of the re maining sets arid the championshp at 6—2. The summary follows: Men' ■ r^ampionshlp singles (challenge rotinSi — Henry A " T'irrancc, Emlewood FlelJ Club, challenger !Weat»<! R.-«s BurdsaTil. Po^r«lton Country Club, hold": 2 — ft, a— i o—o — — li — — Men's championship doubles (final r--uri.l»— Sh*Tir«'<l Hf'rr.ans and ■ Herbert Coppell, i:Dfl»woo<l F"lel<J Cub. de f^a'.ed 0 1111 II D Caw and B. If IB H. Jr.. Ec*4#«roo<l n*l4 club. «—l.« — 1. 6— ?,. r, -:: Mt»<-1 double* eh«fnpion»htr iflnai round) — Shephard Hornana »nd Mrs. Lei S Coe. Enclewooi Field Club, defeated Gworse B. i>w aM Mrs E. H. Je-sr»f . Ensle ■wood Field Club. •— S. 4—6.4 — 6. «-— Women's championship douhies i»«nji -final round) — 11: Lou* I. Om and Mr? H P Platt. Englewood Field Clnr>. defeattd Mr». W C Clark and Mrs T. i; Cum min**. EnjSrword Field Club. 6—3. 6—3 Final round — Mr* Incuts S O>e a^d Mrs H. D Platt. E-rglewood FleW Club d"fe«ted Mrs. Halgrht »nd Mrm. EUtman. Oiglewocd Fi<M Club. 6—3.6 — 3. ft— a U. OF C. OPENS FOOTBALL SEASON. Chicago. Sept. 16 —Football began In th« West to-day, at Marshall Field. th« University of Chi cago defeating North Division High School. 26 to 0. All the points wen scored in the first half, dur ing which most of Chicago's last year stars played. Substitutes were used by the university in the sec ond half Eckersall kicked «oal from the BS-yard line- The playing was exceptionally good for so early la th« season. KKADV m\ TIIIAL RACE, Twelve Automobiles to Start Satur* day in Preliminary Struggle. At 5 o'clock nex» Saturday moraine. ov«r tfts> twenty-elgflt-naiio circuit on. Lori; Island. fwelr% automobites. representing the highest type at con struction. In this country, will compete m an *n»sr-. tran elimination trial for the W K. VanderNU. jr.. Cup. offered as an international trophy, ■with no* more than five cars to represent each country. That number has beta n*zn«d by Franc*. Germany and Itaiy. but as twelve cars were named teem this country the trial of next Saturday Is made, and the five cars making the best showln* wtH D* selected to represent Vncl» Sam in the blue ribbon contest of autosnobiiing. Instead of being At ten circuits, or 23 mile*. tB» Vanaerbtlt Cup Commission at its last meeting de cided that the American cars should go but ton? circuits, or 113*, mile* This was don* to leases the inconvenience to Long Wand resident. fM would result if two lon* race* were held clam together. From this trial the commission will •»• lect th« five cars which, in Its judgment, make th« best showing-. In the drawing for positions the Haynee ear se cured Xo. 1, and H. H. L.ytle. who will dnv« Colonel Albert A. Pope's new Pope-Toledo r««T. and who is considered the favorite In the contest. will start last. His number was drawn sy F. M. Keeton. of Toledo, who will look after the Pop«- Toledo team in the race. Robert Fulton drew No. 2 for Dingley's Pope-Toledo. Th» White ear Is fourth, and Walter Christie's machine will start As The cars are "being shipped to Vew-Toffc ev*ry day it Is expected that every one of the twelve entrants will be ready for the pistol shot at dawn on Saturday morning. __._. Tha start will be made from the official grann etand near Mineola. and the drivers will m.ike four rounds of the twenty-eight-mile circuit, with its eight turns. Although th* beat course obtain able in this country, i" is one that will test tne nerve of the driver, as well as the speed and re liability of the car. On October 14 the big race for the cup will *« run, with twenty starters, five from America, ana the same number from France. Germany ana it*ay. ENGLEWOOD DOG SHOW. The second annual bench show tinder th« paw spices of the Englewood Kennel Club opened In th« armory at Englewood. K. J. yesterday, and at tracted large crowds all day. In all there axe 850 entries, Including many «t the noted canines in and around New-York. Th« show is for the benefit of the Civic Le*roe et Englewood. and will continue for one we*k. O**v a hundred prizes will be awarded. The Judges are John Brett, of Fisher's T«t»ml. K. T. ; James Mortimer, of Hemostead, Xxmg Island; W. J. Green, of Philadelphia; W. J. Ken drick of Philadelphia; Miss Goodall and Wlathrop Rutherfurd. of AlLamuctiy. N. J.. and H. W. LasT. of Boston. WOMEN AT THE NETS. [By Telesr»t>h to The Trtbuae.] Cedaxhurst, Long Island. Sept. Women Uwa tennis players about New-York are- Interested fas Ik* first tournament of the Woman's T-nnte As sociation of Country Clubs, in progress on th« grounds of the Rockaway Hunt Club. The. win ders of this tournament are to qualify for the New fork team which will play a Philadelphia baa at Haverford. Perm.. on September 26 and 27. Tha results follow: £'.ngl*s <pre!!m!nm round) — Mlm Ju:U Ad«* beat Visa K«llie Ade«. *— o—2 «— 2. Mr». Forrest beat Mrm. Tiit&nr. — 1. nn — 2. — 1; Miss Day beat Mrs Benedict. 6— 2. S— ft: il!«s Scott won froai Mrs Baiter Wa!!«ch br default. Semi-final round — Miss J Ad« beat Mrs. Fort— I— «'.. 6—6 — 6—2. 31139 Scott beat M!s« Day tT — |. 2— •— J. In the final round Miss J Adee and Miss Scott, who won the doubles, will play for rlr«t honors at singles. Sporting Good*. firs REPAIRS REASONABLE First class repair* &NM by expert gvuumttta, ELTrT.I-'H A it) . 17 John St . Rear Horses and Carriage*. FOR SALE —A <*»:rab!« »orr«l mar«. tSS. 7 years c" £ For farther particulars and \iwymn*m maJm M 8 H. * Co '» »»•*»«. 11 3h«rtS-at . N«w-T«rk. " HORSES FA.STtrrter> and wtot«r«<S. ttstort It«>PM (pc v cl'.y g'-Hid carr; re»innaM* termf, n fm»i« < mtv»p. called (or tr— of cto*rne. X A. SCHMIDT. "r 1 - IMnTI "l." ORBEB WANTED TO board FOR «V|Hl pood Jtl cmx% ctve*. CUBTAF ROMAN. MKUaM *3S.mX 11