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<:; !f Ware Wins Albany Handicap
.^prake and Hay man Fined.
I3r Talesraj* la Th« Tribune.]
--stft-a. S. T.. Aur. 22.-E<3d!e Ware, the
!!*,- to the betting at 7 to 1 In a field of
*^t^j;«. won the Albany Handicap for two
"^ijiUs here to-day. He Jumped oft in front
"tfjis barrier was released, raced Smiling
*%» *übnil«»ion rounding the far turn, and
!f.£zar to win easflv by three lengths.
«*.r Pmrr* Whitney** KUlaloe was a slight
, j;e over August Belmont's Smiling Tom,
tijftih »* a a small army of follower*.
* ( comae was also plunged on by some big
-pjt'and' backed from C to 1 to 9 to 2. AH
Hd to acknowledge defeat, however, as
LpiTare. which was all but neglected, bad
m* safely beaten over every step of the
! «vtr£r:S-«ra* heavy and holding, as a result
/jj-tiesvy rain yesterday, and the card was
J9 '-j»c*» by scratches, so that small fields
,51 tt toe post in every race. Three favorites
,f«n» Christy, Dishabille and Shot Gun— won.
prices were too short to make the day
fUCuUrlr profitable to those who follow the
♦>«"2ts of the first choices. The beaten fa-
tret* Tllelr.gr. Killaloo and Little Scout.
•* weather was Insufferably hot. and the big
gird in attendance had a somewhat wilted and
j^sjfled appearance on the way from the
Tit steeplechase resulted In a rather easy
I r-nr? for Tama Christy, one of the most con-
jampers in training. Dupee, who had the
jcjsL waited with him for a mile and a half.
(jnle Comir:on<3a3e and Python were forcing the
m. arid then took command and won, with
.£•>■ ft reserve Commondale hit a jump on
' £ taekstretch er> hard that it almost unseated
gcaer and took all the ambition out of him.
fenced well and had no trouble in earing
a pice, cix lengths before Allegiance. Come In
jr* to frlef at the first jump, but safely picked
i.-s?'f up unhurt.
G. C. Bennett's good mare Dishabille won the
ail? b&ndirar beating Cottontown. which came
ctnf the West with quite a reputation. Vero
idjward Tyrnn. She was at odds on in the bet-
Sf. sr.4 at th*» end won rather- cleverly, al
ft»nfii Martin had to draw his whip when
frightened cut for home and use it vigorously
*ri few strides to make her catch Cottontown.
T» three- year-old hung when challenged, so
Sit pishablile was in hand through the last
JMtrra. Jfancy and Tllelng. three of the best
&stto£s bred at August Belmonfs Xursery
Si! finished ps named in the first race,.
Efht Royal won th«» fifth race after a spirited
fciv« with Colonel Bartlett. and Shotgun, a
st? 3 mudlark, romped home in the last.
Tie ■te»arda of the meeting fined John A.
Jrete and M. L. Hayman J?200 each to-day for
Section 6 of Rule 131 of the Rules of
Jen?. Hayman claimed Wes out of a selling
ss on Monday and later sold him back to Mr.
Mfc •
Mn 8. Rule 131. of th" Rules of Racing
wfcas follows:
A^r person who shall attempt to prevent an
r±fT person from bidding on the winner of a
King race or claiming any horse In such race,
vlaaasJ any portion of the surplus from the
■aaa of -horfes which are entitled to it, or any
grans running in falling races who may make
cy agreement for t"h*- protection of each other's
im*t in contravention of these rules, shall be
(•feed, respended or ruled off.
■at RACE- Selling; for three-year-olds and upward;
WOO iMH Seven furlongs.
Sic* \VL : Name. Wt.
iSen 113 Woodsman 105
ftiltix ll«i Woolwich ... 1«»5
*« Heidwu HSjCourt Martial 104
felon 112 Tink Garter 103
K<sark 110 i Pell* Strom* 108
3tel» laelboume 101
*oo:ttm- 110 or Wedding 100
Srtssus . 110, 11* rt ha F 83
ii If las . . . 109| Wrer.ne «»
4i:±sa . . -l"* 1 cobmoaa 99
Jkodß .. MM '".ear. Spray 99
ECOXD RACE— Steeplccaaas handicap; for four year
d* EEd upward which have never won a steeple
diss« nc* of •.•» value of $1.«»; $"f».) added. The.
I;!: wjr«e about two and one-half miles.
'«• Christy . . 156 Onteora 140
*>ji»nc* . 150; C. B. Campbell 137
1*»t« 147 Pioneer 130
*=»Bepi»r 144;
SHU* RACE— for' two-year-olds which have
« »on at ttJa meeting; i<H*) added. Five and a
, aH? ttxiongt.
•KTMIEt.... 109 auassa *8 ,
■SSM .. . ii* : PulMiant ** ,
IP*! 103 Vi,.haris »7
-»'» - .ica in: 1 . Nancy »*
>=!»»:!» ... l<>^ Sylvan [>lson 85
J* Ht»k »<♦ Dry Dollar *3
S_na« .-. SB A iyth .. 93
»s4«a« BeDe . 80 Handmaiden »i
*1* Tir.: 9S:^ora, rrlce •»
jggtS*. 98 J>ep r er and Salt V)
■Katß RACE— THE SARATOGA DKRIJY. with $5,000
MM; for •:-" year-olda. One and five-sixteenths
aflsj ■ . .
«o>Bß_rt 1261 <Jalla»mct 128
3-3 H«M#t.-. 126, MrK»tr«d«« 123
r 'FTR RACE— Handicap; for mares of all ages; $700
•«:ei. One mile.
J? B****8 **** • 118 Zlrnsp 10 1
g*n« lift Tipping »7
="•!<"• in Bivouac 90
«• Moitti Hiv 109;
RACE— For maidens two year* old; $600 added.
.«* !uf!cnt*.
£?'f" -. •• • - 107|Thl«le Seed 105
JJfJfrt DO 105 Elixir l«i
Ttvriury J<«, I>ord l^ovfet I<*s
1«5 Pick Finmell 1«>»
rJU* I<3 Eanbaal 1 1*»,
S*JJ? • 106 C«ble«klll »£»
aS***.;.;: JOB prime Hampton : ■ • 102
■"••US UK. Bally X 1«2
1 IBy T«««r*i.h to T».«» Tribune.)
■»»toga. N. V.. Aug. The weights for the
■Mustek Handicap, mhich is to be run here n«xt
••••artay, foUow:
|^J_*OckMt ISO The ImS 131 31 *
f*B>T J531 War Paint 13»
&m 157 oro J3»
S"_y Lane 1K» urom«<Sary » J
SS* 166, Coinmo;>d«l« IS7
£.**tsa Ib 4, patagonlan 137
*■_» l>w»er 163. The Claimant 13«
Cl» --.. ISO V«K»«nt J2?
,*•*«" 150; Navajo I * s
& a J M*« l&i: WatfirrorJ >»*
g!" 14»:Klmster '**
■SB"' 14-|l>ordi:ng \»j
vii 114 14»it-weet Pepper la*
22fJ-feat 148; Bob Murphy >»;»
r*-r'J' 14%;Olero»» }"
S**i ßbm " 148, Maximilian ]*■*
g_ v !M> 147 Bockleya «*
«2«W««itt 14« < 'r.'irl'r }»«»
gHt>a i-ugiM 14& I^ok^jr »J*
Sf««n v 142. Battlae '*•
2* R «*: 14« I*.:!e> Ilaekcll I*'
""■■MS 1«U
*•* last of the Eastern Yacht Club's open motor
••t race* for this season will be sailed on Satur
:** *■" Marblehead. ' Kach race In tfi^b ierles lias
■** t*-tUr than the last, ai;d Oie committee liopes
'•• L '- ttii one will b* the best of all. A number of
"^ Eastern power boats are nitirnil. but th« com-
Wtte« hop** to have power boats from New York
'_""■'- tna other places on Itong Inland Sound. Ti.r
***• !• drying to develop the Interest in tuMt motor
"•at raeit.f, tuj<i it promises to provide classes for
th*t cornea along, if there ate enough of
t-t« to warrant It. The claases for tbls race are:
LJteR <!iiss # non-crul'iru" boats ov*r sixty feet rat
;■«"; course, twelve miles; aveoond class, crulHlng
; '*■ »» an* toils wltii standing awning*; course.
-if I ** miles; tbl« class in open to cruising boats of
*• Itagtfca; third class, non-cruiaing boats, over
"--y-<«»" --y-<«» feet tzitx not over sixty feet rating;
•o&:» *„ twelve mflet; fourth da«, power Tories a.nd
S**' 1 tsai'xt. not ov»r twenty-five feet over all;
r^ I "**. sis rail/*; beau tn thie class will receive
B> WMMHbm according; to noraapower.
■ -a £<Mtl«a to &**•*' aasiea the committee will
•-w;,!j ■-..» • asses vh^re there are boat* enough
* *- . bwJlitlt yis-%* >-1h -« aTvarde-i U- ever*
Argot Boy Beats Ardelle in Norfolk
Stake for Pacers.
Readville. Mass.. Aug. 22.-The unlocked for
victory of Ed. Custer in the American Horse
Breeders' futurity stake for three-year-olds and
the arrest of six men charged with bookmaking
or being present, were the features of the second
day's Grand Circuit meet at the Headvllle track
to-day. The other stake event, the Norfolk,
for _.-0S pacers, was won by Argot Boy. which
took all three heals. El Villagro took three heats
in the 2:12 trot without difficulty.
The futurity stake was valued at $7,000. and
Is the first of the large futurities of the year.
Gay Bingen was the choice, but came on the
track slightly lame. At the start of the first
heat he remained in second position to the back
stretch, when he moved up and at the turn was
half a length in the lead. Cochato came up
strong and carried the leader to a break in the
stretch and won by a length. Ed. Custer was
In the second heat Ed. Custer kept close to
Coehato, and at the far turn the latter broke
and the Wisconsin horse won easily.
Ed. Custer. in the third heat, led from wire to
wire. The time of the first hem was within a
quarter ot a second of the worlds record (2:11*4)
for three-year-old stallions, held by Cresceus.
Aid-lie, the Goers entry, was the favorite for
the Norfolk, but Cox kept Argot Boy close to
Ardello in the first heat until the half was
reached, when he went into the lead and finished
i** 1 - m 2:<Wi£ i beating the record for the stake.
-:'>4»,«. made by Morning Star. The next two
heats were easy for the New Hampshire horse
It was not until the final heat of the 2:12 trot
that El Milagro was cnallenged by Jenny Scott.
but the mare did not have ths necessary speed
to catch the gelding.
Secretary Jewett said after the races to-day
that there would be pool selling en the races at
the track to-morrow, notwithstanding the raid
to-day. The summaries:
Argot Boy, b. jr.. by Argot Boy (Cox) 11l
Hal C.. eh. g <l>n>v.ni ■, o A
Arc>llf>. hr m. iC, «) . . " 2 4 3
Priaca Hal. b. h (5n0w)....." 514
Paj.rne Direct tWalkeri "4 - «
Ji:<i»>x. b. sr. (Smith) . ".'.I a A «
Captain Derby, b. p. (F.!<lred e> "..1............. 757
ViM Adbeil. b. m. (K0nnrv....... A 2 A
Bonanza, h. *. (Thomas!..". ' iX a ft
Blackbird, blk. m. Unmos) ~" g S- S
Ed. C. b. g. «Ho an»... ..........I *, <3r
Time. 2:03!-;. 2:04 H. 2;ofi s ii.
El MilasTr.. 1.. g.. by McKlnney (Laseii) 11l
Exalted. S. h. WcMahon)....... •> 3 J
Charlie T.. blk. r. <'"*urrv» 3 2 «
Jenny Scott, b. m <M.-H«>nrv) " '"■'■-' r, t *
Frank A., b. K . (Geers) ....... . ', 673
Paul Krugrer. b. p. <ltasnes> ..... 4 ?
M.-m. oh. K . «Howel!> \ " " '. « /
Ann Direct, I.lk. m. (Walker) V. '.".".".7. V. '.'.*. dis
""^gi^KaS^Bsffes F r7^ lT^
Ed. Custer. eh. h.. by Baronmoro (Chandler). 4 11
Coehato. b h.. by Todd (IMrkerson) '.. . 12 2
X"ma. b. f. <McMahont " i % 5
QuiM-tta. b. f. (Nolan) '...'.'" C 4 4
Gsy BlnKen, br. h. (Brady) ... "«> shl
Suzette Baron, b. f. «Op.lyke) -•-; 6 6 <1r
Time. 2:11%, 2:13^. 2:14%. " ,
Handicap contests for the point trophy are
claiming the attention of a large golfing colony
row centred at th« Cape May Golf Club. The
greens committee has made a number of sweeping
changes in the handicaps for the men's events.
Bpencer D. Wright, Jr., one of the University of
Pennsylvania players, has profited by an increase
In his handicap by winning three more points
which ties him for the lead with H. C. Holten.
Each has a total of 12 points.
A four-ball match In which amateurs and profes
sionals will fnmgc. has b^n arranged for next
Wednesday at the rv.-u (joif and Country flub.
.1. F. Bbanley, jr.. of the horn* club, and Willie
Nc-rtor. the club's profespional. will oppose Paul E.
Heller, captain of tlie Forest Hill Field Club, and
George P^areon. the ctub's "•pro." Two years ago,
wh*n Pearson played at Deal, he went round in
rf-cord fipurfs.
The wonien >f the Ocean Country Club, Far
Rockaway, will compete for the president's cup
to-day, to-morrow and Saturday. Mrs. Benjamin
and Miss Bijur. two of the leading players of the
club, recently made eighteen-hole scores of 82.
fjo'.fers from a variety of clubs In the East are
playing at Deal these flays. Walter Stoddart, the
professional of the Wee Burn Golf r-i u h, played
around with a party <>f friends yesterday and re
turned in S4.
7 ..1 rhamplain. N. V.. Aug. 22.-The golf tourna-
H lor the HotH Champlata Cup. which has
me ?.=od greater interest here this eeaaoa than any
\> O Wickhain, Ajrchlbald Graham, C. V. Raker
and R W S:tvles. Mr. Morris ptoyed in the finals
with Mr. Graham, who has oow won the cup two
>■<•'; rs *in succession.
-• «T pji-E- =<?Il!nir- for two-year $<?r>O added: five and a half furlongs. Start poor. Wen easily. Time.
J. l«r%. Winner. V c. by Hastings Christmas Tree.
— i'postT i ■ I \> Hetting ,
„ Owner j Pol [Wt I St. H_% hk St. Km. I Jockey. i Qpew.Hiaii.Jlosf.place.ghow.
: =■' fZiecler) ! "l • ' 1 1 ; JOfl • 2'" 2» i l 1= i/irSii^ji /irSii^j 6 sS J~*** 0-3
*? alacca jSSi s|W 1 4b 4'i 2' 2' 2* •J. Hcnnewey .- 30 30 25 8 4
SftSS'j V'paiertlna SU 1 : SI 48' 5' B'* ?3" ! Miller ..v.:: ? : »1 2 9-3 4-5 2-3
Ti'*»nß ( in, Arnan ■ « 107 H 7' «' P J 4' 4' |Flnn 3 S 11-5 4-3 2-5
g« nil > .F-r-^th" !! ; 17! V>. 9 s 1 C« 5% 1 Frelfhoii .l".\ H « & *i 4
Ktfeinan rou4{' 1 Wll 10 10 8 7% «i> C. Hcs^ 30 100 100 30 15
TJi!..ent a',,rl jl2 ItSI « l l^ 1" * h «l« l '* UMldrbrand. .. 30 «) 60 20 10
Common Su<- , v - a / 11 I »7' 7 s5 8' •> 8 R> Hefferr.an .. : B » 7" 6-2 0-5
Sf S', miute) 5 iW! 2 R 8 «> 9 » I Kent j SO SO SO 10 8
Blu. »>«•*•••■ /i.a 8 i V* ! •'• 6^i I 1I 1 10 10 10 O. Burns.... W) UK) HO 40 a>
P.", 8 nan (Monahan 4 108-12 12 12 11 11 11 Dinlm .... 80 100 100 80 15
SKS^lffl.".'lLill-i-<^S_r)! 7 _7_JO 11 11 IS 12 12 Hf.er.Ti 40 fio _D_ Sf, _lo
Malacca was easily the best, and was going away at tho and. Nancy ran fairly well rtleiag Just lasted.
Con;«ion Sue had suine ♦■?!!> treed.
nn da/1- _«.»»aie"lia'e' telling:- for fcur-y«ar-olds and upward; $COO added; about two miles. Start good. Won
2 -artiy Tin,r . H 4::«." Winner!' eh. K-. by Herroanc— labeq
——^—— ~"~~~ 1 i. (I . 11 || , Betting ,
Horse nd aße Owner. IPa |Wt.| St. % % 1 St. Fin. I Jockey. _ | Open.Hlgh.flose.^lace.ShOTr.
"" " i *- *6. <M bn^iTsni — i"~l4«r"4^ 4' 3'« I , 2 , 2 , p oUock 14-5 - 1 , fi 1 2-B IS
Yama «:hri«ty. 6..U1. Hn^kM) 1 I^o * 2§ pollock 3 7-2 lfl-T. 1 1-2
Python. 4 < McUelland , Z i*» 1 4SO s , |liu<>ston , 7 . 2 . 6 fi .- 3 . ft
Allegiance a -<Tup j*r) « J->J. « 3 , ,3^ 41.. uttner .... 7 ■ 7 C- a 1
Con.mondale a. te'i^rd 4 «« » » » B 5 5 Huppa 20 W «) 15 7
Come in."-. '.ii: : . . gSjSK»S2l^gg| US 8 ' Fell. _ I Hutfel „_., J „ *_J»_ «»__ «<> 6
Varna Christy' bad ell His speed! Python wh* easily best of the others. Com.nondi ! ■ had early «st>c*d.
nna4( - Handicap: for all aces; $700 added; one mil*. Start good. Won cleverly. Time. 1:48.,. Winner.
•"> b" f.. by kin«« Countel— Nightgown. r ; :
ur^andaa-a Owner. Po Wt'St. 14 %%_ St. Fin. ( - Jockey. | Open Hlgh.Close Hace .Show.
.-JET,:. -.-. .--*"-;; jTajj f in? ft r. : i; %x i ": : : 2 \ll 71 5 d z
" Martin waited with Wshal.llls until the final furl-tut and then came away, winning with «oir:erh«ng In re»<T\e.
Cuttou'-o-Aii oulr'.a««ed the others.
..... nxrv thk A^B^^•Y HANDICAP; for two-year-olds; $1,800 added ; ilx rurlonga. start good. Won easily.
A 111 I:J6. Winner, eh. f.. by It* Commoner 1M.1t..,,- .
_ I Port I ~1 I * \< ■ Betting ,
Own „' |\Vt|St. M -4 _ St. Tin. I Jockey. [Opea.Hlgh.Close.Place.ghow.
' "*■ — — .-•-., h ..' .. „ 197 4 ja 1% l' 1" 1' J Haul- .... 4 » 7 »> .r.. r .
Ktntilns 'lorn ' JwhWnevl 3 112 1 2 1 * »Vi •'•' 8' ■' 1.1, Wai tin..".: o.'. 19 7.'. lii>
Sil^'wro^.'.'.' ■'.■.••• '.S?SJ 4 •■■' 4 * * * * !..-r..T,:a:, .1 «.._M 1
Eddl« w,.j-« lust tiptoed his fleU from post to wire. Bmlllnf Tom ran his race. K!!!al<« was dropping off on
' ! , o»r« «^.iiinK for three-year-olds and upward: f*:«» added; out mile and three- sixteenths. Start good.
— rpo«ti — I T ■ l> —Betting ,
i,-™ Owner ■ |%*)wt.l St. vi |» » Bt. Fin. I Jockey. [ Open.Hljfh.riu«e.Plac*.Phow.
Pel Carina. «... •//.tSiy) 2 1 Mil 8 fl 5 B _ r ' r ' j.r. ■<■•'"■«""• 40 W>._jjj!j__.»> 4
fv<- JU«bt Roii* "wo, well teband. Colon.l Baftletl ran an eicellent race. Uttle Booat ran without blinkers.
(tXHJtACU^an^p^^age^^O^ed;,,, furlongs. Started. Won easily T..! 8"*8 "* — |
• i— . -?-| 1 ■ ' — -~"| fJ7. ~ Batting — — 1
„„„.,., Owner iVoiwt.lst H % H St. Fin. I Joclt.y. [Open. High C»oa«.Plsr>.ghow.
1 :: ? 1* r* i: y £ i?Sip-^ 7^ 1 S =
Flrebmnd. 8. (I>uoe«> «__ _J?.L_i |: j^ }h I i isMPSSsaI ...; »iX ._ _— -— .
UtuVnioro than aa e*en:lse galio* for Boot Qun. Bohemia much be* cf th« ■«*«• rifebratul baa
acme early aprad,
Cambridge tn>d Harvard Move to
T'ul exeat er.
London. Aug. HV—Om BuWlrtl lAi Giai"
bridge boat crews came to London to-night to
be In readiness to move to Putney In the morn-
Ins;. Their shells are being transported by rail
In order to avoid possible injury by the sun.
The Harvard men will be the guesta of the Lon
don Rowing Club at Putney and the Cambridge
crew of the Lt;;nder club.
The intense heat of the last few days— to-day
was the hottest day of the year in London, with
a reading of g7 degrees In the shade — has ren
dered serious practice at Bourne End almost out
of the question. On the upper reaches of the
river, besides the water being sluggish, tho
banks are closely wooded, shutting out the wind,
tind the move to the open tideway will be most
welcome and allow of strenuous training.
Kelly Sets New Worlds Time for 50
" Miles— Oldfield. Track Mark.
Philadelphia, Aug. 22.— A new world's auto
mobile record for fifty miles was established on
the Point Breeze track here to-day by E. R.
Kelly, of this ci«y. Kelly covered the distance
in 1 hour 'A minutes and 19% seconds. The
previous record of 1 hour ti minutes and 19 sec
onds was made in Chicago by Ollie Savage. The
fifty mile endurance race was the feature of the
day. Wayne Davis finished second and Tom
Cooper third.
Barney Oldfleld established a new track record
for a mile, finishing in 1 minute 2 seconds. The
previous record was 1 minute 2* seconds. The
three mile open race was won by W. C. Long
street in 4 minutes 101-5 seconds. Barney Old
fleld and Eddie Bald were the only starters In
the final heat of the Atlantic City sweepstakes
for a prize of $2,000. The distance was five
miles, and Bald won. Time. 5 minutes 45 sec
Highway Commissioners Gfwti Per
mission for Big Race.
Chairman .TrfTerson De Mont Thompson of the
American Automobile Association racing board buc
cecflorl in convincing the highway commissioners
of North Hcmpstcad yesterday afternoon that they
should give permission for the use of the Roslyn
road from Old Westbury for two anda.half miles
for the Vandcrbilt Cup race and American elimina
tion trials.
At the regular meeting of the commissioners on
Tuesday, when Commissioners R. E. Allen, Clifford
■\Voodhutt and William Post were present, they re
fupffi permission for the race. Messrs. Post and
Allen declaring they di«l not think they had author
ity to Rive a permit tor the use of the town road
for the two races. At yesterday's meeting Commis
sioner Woodliutt was absent, but his associates
voted In favor of the rare after a conference with
their counsel,» George Stoddard.
Mr. Thompson went to the courthouse at Mlne
ola before Koing to meet the commissioners and
brought them the monster petition favoring the
race, which wps presented to th«y Nassau County
Board of Supervisors last Jpne. The petition was
signed by about two thousand residents of Naß
5-au County and made a bulky document, which
Mr. Thompson carried to North Hempstead In
his Hotohkiss car.
The commissioners Irad seen many of their con
stituents between their two meetings and found
that practically all of them favored the two races,
and the petition swept away all further doubt on
their part regarding the popularity of the oon
trsts. Mr Thompson agreed that the Automobile
Association of America would put the road in good
condition and oil it within a couple of weeks.
Will Differ in Its Beauty— Exhibition Space
. To Be Increased.
The seventh National Automobile Show at Mad
ison Square Garden will be held on January 18 to 19
under the auspices of the Association of Licensed
Automobile Manufacturers. . ■ •
It will differ radically In its beuty of form and
color from previous shows. It will have more
automobiles, more ; exhibitors, a greater floor space
and many other new" "features trfaf'will Increase
the comfort, pleasure and sattsfaeH-wi of visitors
as well as assure success to the exhibitors and to
the show itself.
The exhibition space will be increased by about
eight thousand square feet. To provide 'for the
most attractive, suitable and artistic, decorations
the show management sent its official decorator
to Paris. I^ondon and other places abroad. On the
main floor and elevated platform will be shown
gasolene pleasure vehicles. In the exhibition hall
will be electric pleasure vehicles. In the basement
will be commercial vehicles, and on the mezzanine
platform, balcony and in the concert hall will be
complete exhibits of tires, parts and accessories.
James Sullivan, chairman of the record committee
of the Amateur Athletic Union, has received from
the officials a report on Sheridan's record throw at
Celtic Park last Sunday with the discus. The throw
was made correctly, but unfortunately Sheridan, in
his anxiety to get away, took the discus with him
and It could not be found to be weighed or meas
ured, so the record cannot stand as official.
The proposed Columbia University stadium,
which is to bo built on the shores of the Hudson
Hiver. at 116 th to 119 th street, has met with a bar
through the athletic arena extending out into the
water. President- Butler has been advised that,
if it is the purpose to deposit filling over the land
under water opposite Riverside Drive, the stadium
will exend to the pierhead line as established by
the United St»*:>s government, and. unless the ap
proval of the War Department be first obtained, so
that the bulkhead and pierhead line at the locality
<v«n ho made coincident, such construction will be
Illegal. .. .ia.isl&_
Ward to Retire from Sport Hehr
Defeats Lamed..;
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
■ Newport, R. 1., Aug. 22.— Beals C. Wright and
Holcombe Ward won their holding of the lawn
tennis championship doubles to-day for the third
successive year. Their victory was scored In
one of the most stubbornly and brilliantly con
tested matches that the famous Casino courts
and the national championship tournament have
ever witnessed. Their score of three sets to one
at o—3. 3—6, 6-3. 6—3 was not looked for by
the experts, and as it offered opportunities for
speculation large sums of money were wagered
on the result, as the Eastern champion challeng
ers, Frederick B. Alexander " and Harold H.
Hackett. were looked upon as in form to change
the holding of the title this year.. Sharing the
Importance of the national doubles contest was
that in the second round of the singles, which
brought about the defeat of William A. Lamed
by his young rival, Karl H. Behr. Jr. The lat
ter won In straight sets. 6—4. 6—4, 7— "*.
Few of the immense gathering of spectators.
If any. knew that Ward was playing his last
match as a champion here, as he retires from
the sport. In his keeping, as his personal prop
erty, are the gold cup that he won to-day and the
valuable silver and enamel vase offered by
Colonel John Jacob Astor. and the duplicate of
which Dwlght F. Davis holds, as he was then
Ward's partner in the doubles. It is reported
that Wright will find a new partner In Raymond
D. Little next year.
There was nothing slipshod about the racquet
work of either of the pairs In the doubles. Both
were on edge, but even though they had had no
practice together Wright and Ward from the
outset displayed that wonderful smoothness of
team work that has always made them so dan
gerous as opponents to those having aspirations
toward the national honors. Their tactics were
unmasked In the first set, when Wright began
the service. Never were Alexander or Hackett
to be allowed to work In their powerful passing:
strokes If It were possible to hold them off. So
well did the attack prove that In the first set
Alexander was made to appear weak and er
ratic, as he was the target of both Wright and
Ward's forcing plays, so that he hit the ball into
the net times without number.
The challengers came up to the net more in
the second set, despite the high lobbing and
steady driving of the champions to stop them.
The exchanges were played out at lightning
speed, and it was In these that on the chal
lenger's side Hackett distinguished himself, as
he brought off many of the points with thrilling
smashes. Wright lapsed into unsteadiness in
the latter part of this set, and Alexander and
Hackett balanced the score by winning at «5—
But the challengers were unable to continue
the splendid burst of winning speed in the third
set. Ward was compelled to take the game upon
his shoulders, as Wright began to fade under the
fast pace. Ward's lobs to Alexander resulted in
the saving of his side and probably the match.
Alexander was timid about smashing, as the ball
came down so straight, and his failure to cut
loose at this Juncture afforded Ward opportu
nities at covering his court, which again al
lowed the champions to score at o—3. The rest
after the third set benefited Wright. With the
challengers In good trim and making a supreme
effort, the play was very fast, and Hackett'3
prettily played cross-court shots wer^ worrying
the champions to a considerable degree. At
3— all Wright and Ward managed to break
through the service of Alexander by accurately
placed shots. This was the beginning of the
end, for the challengers were unable to recover,
as Wright came back Into the game with a re
markable show of racquet execution, and the
champion cups were won for all time at 6—3.
In the singles match, in which the veteran
Lamed met defeat at the hands of his young
rival, Behr? the younger player proved the mas
ter of the veteran at every point. Lamed was
often within a stroke of winning games, only to
be passed andf>utgeneralled by Behr, whose clev
erness at making quick and varied changes
caused him to lead all the way and win in
straight sets. The entire second round was com
pl'^fed. and the semi-finals will be reached by
Saturday. The summaries follow:
■ Championship (first round)— R. F. iibveririg d*
feat»d R. W. Thames, by default. ..... • V. .
Secona round— W. E. Putnam defeated G. I. Scoti «- 0
577-- i? —^i Sir S . Bri<J K hirr n Sedated A. N. Emerson, by
default; E. W. Leonard defeated A. G. Thatcher. <i-0.
Jl^ - £ I : H V. C " T » " ! " > >»<i defeated P. Henshaw 7—5.
»— 4. O— 2: J. D. E. .Tones defeated H. Plmons. 6—2 6—2
ftln : £ o S- .. B bur V a ' l : at^ D - F. Aprleton. So. 6—4!
T~Z- »V £ 2. Pewter. Jr.. defeated R. Gambrlll. by
default; E. T. Grcsg defeated F. C. Mahonev. by default-
J. O. Amen, defeated A. Sweeter. «— 1 o—4 ft- 4 F B
Alexander defeated T. O. Town«end. «-0 fl-0 fi 4- j" A
Rosn defeated Adrian Iselin. (V— 1. ft— o, «— 0- p B Hawk
£!££&£•**■***£** °-°- c - 3 - -' : *- J. Clotn7er
defeated R I. AlPissl^. by .>fault : F. J. Sullouay defeated
r. G Colston.^7-5 0-3. 3-«. O-O; K. H. T?ohr defeated
W. A. I^rne.l. «— 4. «-4. 7-.V H - J. Holt .W^t-l D.
< b L U •?,- Vl-V 1 -, C ~V~ 1: E V - PaKe Seated E. ratlin
b de fa 2 1t: . 1 - C Wrl « ht defeated W. K. Johnson, S-6.
aZ« » ?• <t« : A I Hosklns defeated G. Oallatln. 6—4.
4— 6—3.6 — 3. 6—2: R. Leroy defeated P. Fosdlok. 6—4 4—5
defaulted; C. M. Bull. Jr.. defeated H. B. R-glst^r rig
*-£ 1—0: A- C. Way defeated A. X. Regrsle. B— B. ft_3.
6 — a: R. N. . Dana defeated W. Spencer, by default- R D.
Uttl« defeated J. P. Hod by default; A Stlllman d«
a^s J t- i. 5n5 n T 11 * r i 6 - 2 ' 6 - 3 ' *->: H - M - Harrlman de
feated J. P. Talmadse. by default; T. R. Pell defeated R.
F. layering.. «-2. 2-«, 6-* 4-6. 6-2; J. C. Gooflfollow
defeated W. OT» Iselin. by default; H. H. Hackett de
feated F. H. Howland. 6—3. 6—B. 6—3 6—
Third round— R. D. Little defeated R. H. Dana. 6—2.
fr — .1, f» — 2.
Championship doubles (rhall^nne round>— Holcombe Wad
and Reals C. Wrlpht defeated H. H. Hackott and F. B.
Alexander. 6—3, 3—6,'3 — 6,' 6—3.6 — 3. 6—3.6 — 3.
In Final Mixed Doubles Lawn Tennis Match
at Newport. .
. (By Telesrarh to The Trihune. 1
Newport. R. 1.. Aug. 22.— The finals in the invi
tation mixed doubles tennis tournament, which
was arranged in honor of Miss May Sutton. was
played this afternoon on the private court at Lands
End. the estate of Mr. and Mrs. R. 1,. Beeckman,
and was won by Miss Sutton and her partner. Will
ing Spencer. They defeated Miss Eleanore Sears
and Cyril Hatch In straight sets, the scares being
C-2. 6-1.
The match was not as cno-F;r]« ( ] as the scores
would indicate, and Miss Scars put up en exceed
inly fine gamp, her playing at the net being a
feature. Miss Sutton save a fine exhibition and
made even a better impression than she did In
the match on Monday at the Casino.
At t;i*» end of the match Mrs. Bnrjjor Wallach
presented prizes to th» winners offered by the
Casino management. Miss Sutton received a sil
ver clock and Mr. Spencer a gold pencil.
Tl'.e second round of the oprn singles in tho
tournament on t'..e cotirts of the Riverside Tennis
club was completed yesterday.
Two matches were played In the men's doubles.
The consolation singles and probably the mixed
doubles will be started to-day. The summaries
follow :
Riverside T«nnts Club men's open singles (first round)
— M. Tiu.-hard defeated «J. Simmons by default
Second round— B. Imam defatted William Runk. >'< 4.
«--l; 11. .1. Moore defeated M. Touchard by default;
Oeor(t<» Sallneer defeated \V Knox, «—« — 1, C.—:\; In- \v.
Rcaenl-ium deflated B. K. !>vi, •;— •_•. «— B. ft— 4; .1 ivttl-
Brew -feat*-.! A. Ilamlln. —i. 4— «!. 0—1; A. Dedi .i.
feated A. Ritchie. C— :t. ft-1": O. Touchard defeated 1..
H. «.*oi>kp. 6—2. »— 0; M. Hint defeated W. 11. Connoll
•V -8. 6—:*. «; — 4.
Men's „1 en doubles ifi'<-t round) — 11. J. Moore ana V
Goodn-Hn defeated A. Ritchie and V. Meehab, 4—o. «-2.
"-:.; Dr. IV. Rosenbruin and W. 11. Connell defeated IV.
E. CbrtUa and E. F. i.<> . ft- 3. •; 2.
, 1 1;-. Telegraph to The Tri».;;ne. I
Asbiiry Park. N. J.. Aug. 22.^-Flve hundred «log«:.
ris>i>t;eM6iit!ns forty breeds, are on exhibition in the
Beach Auditorium. The show, which will be con
tinued to-iuorrcw. Is b«ing belt* under ihe auspices
of the Asbury Park Kennel Club, >•; v.'hich Joseph
M. l tie, of Brooklyn, Is presieer.t.
Lovers of the «1 :r were o.i liai.O early tills morn
inf. and to-night : in- space re?»-rvt J for spectators
was crowded. The Judging this afternoon was i" ■> •
St. Bernards, Great Danes, bulldogs, bull lerrl-is.
Russian wolthounds, greyhounds, and French l>ull
lio.^r*. Boston terriers were Judged this evening.
Among the prominent exhibitors are Richard
Crokar, jr.. of New Y<.rk. whose bulldog Broadway
«ua awarded a Mac ribbon; Mrs. S. L. Qotderberg,
of Hiverdale. N. V.. who ahtwa her champion French
bulldogg; John Sharp, of Newark, with a kennel of
twenty collies; Samuel Untermyer, of New York,
with ills collies; Miss Jt-anette Burdstte, of New
York, with her prize bull terrier*: Miss Lucille
Aluer of New York. French poodles; M. W. Beets,
of New York, bulldogti; H. L,. Van White, of River
ton Devon. P«-nn. t bulldogs and foxes; Bmanoel
Mardes. New York, collies; Beehtold Brotherß,
Philadelphia, bulldogs; the Romanna Kennels,
Laanadowne. Perm., St. Bernards; Miss Elate rials
bury, of New York, whose St. Bernard. General
Otis was a blue ribbon winner, and M. B. Stella,
jr.. of Rye. N. V.. whose bull terrier carried off
first honors. Controller Met* of New York was one
of. the ring siewaiiis. ■•••:■,•#
Chicago Increases Lead by Defeat
hi% Yankees Twice.
Cleveland at New York. ! Detroit at Philadelphia.
St. I. mis at Boston. j Chicago at Washington.
Ctilcajco. 0; New York, 1| Waxhlr.gton. 4: Cleveland. 0.
(tint Kame). I Philadelphia. 5: St. Louis. 3.
Chicago. 11; New York. 6 Boston. 3: Detroit. 2.
(■ecornl gam«). I
Clubs. Wcn.l<rmt. P.C.I Clubs Won. Lost. P. c.
Chicaico AH 43 -SIS St. limits 37 52 .623
Philadelphia ..«l 4" .5721 Detroit ....63 57 .483
Cleveland *> 47 ..'.Mi Washington ... .43 M .KM
New York 5» 47 .Wl2flosu»n 34 77 AM
The Highlanders took another bis drop yesterday
by losing both bibmj of a double-header to Chi
cago at American League Park; the first game
by a score of 6 to 1. and the second, 11 to S.
A big crowd gathered at the games and went
home sad of heart, 'or the double defeat gave th«
visitors a more comfortable seat in first place in
the championship race.
Bureiilrg of hits in the first game played a
big slmre in tho downfall of the bOOM team. Ches
bro was found so easily in the sixth inning that he
was sent to the bench. Claikson. who took his
pU?e. kept the visitors from further scoring.
In th!s inning Con-oy saved the Yankees the dis
grace of a shut out by sending out a home-run hit
to centre field. ■
Although the visitors made numerous errors In
the second game, they paid Mi> for this In their
sti?k work, and in the second inning knocked Orth
out of the box. Griffith, who took his place, was
pounded unmercifully in the ninth inning. The
scores follow:
ab r lh po a e| ah r po a •
Hahn. rf 4 C i 2 0 « Conroy. cf . . . 4 1 2 4 I '*
Jonr«. cf 1 2 © 1 1 0 Kceler. rf.... 4 « © » I 1
1-H.-11. 2b... 2 I 0 3 8 0 ElberfeM. ss. 3 © 0 4 S «
Davis. ?»... 4 0 I a 6 O Chase, 1b 4 © 3 13 '» O
Donohue. lb 4 1 1 13 0 UjLaporte. 3b.. 4 © 1 •• 0 0
Dougherty. If 4 113 0 » V imams. 2b. 3 0 1 « I 0
Sullivan, c. 4 1 2 2 1 0: Petehanty. If. 3 0 0 2 © «
Tanr.ehill. 3b 4 ft «» 1 1 0| Thomas, c... 3 © 0 4 2 ©
Walsh, p... 3 <> 0 O l O Che»r>ro. p... 1 © ft 0 1 ©
1 •Hoffman ... 1 ft © « © ©
Totals ...30 6 627 18 •' Clarkson. p. . 1 0 0 0 0©
| Totals 31 1 727 11 1
•Batted for Ch^sbro In sixth inning.
Chicago o©ft2o4o© ©—
New York a •• 0001 00 o—l
Hits— Off Chesbro. 6 In fix innings. Home run—Con
roy. Sacrifice hits — Jone?. Isbell. Stolen base Sull
ivan. Double play — Davis an-1 Dcnohue. Left on bases—
Chicago. 1; New York. B. First liase on balls — OfT Cbrk
son. 3; off Walsh, 2. First base on error — Chicago.
Struck out— By Chesbro. 2: by Clarksnn. 1; by Walsh,
2. Time. 1:55. Umpires — Evans and Hurst.
abrlbpoa e| a."> r lb a •
Hahn. rf 5 8 3 1 0 0 Conroy. cf... 4 1 2 2 t 0
Jenes. cf 4 3 2 8 •' OJKeeler. rf 3 1 1 1 © 0
Isbell. 2b..*. 4 114 3 «| Elberfeld. ss. 5 <» 1 « 2 2
Davis, ss... 5 © 3 S I 2 Chase, lb 91 213 O 0
Donohue. lb 5 ©0 11 ft l|Laporte. 3b. . 5 1 0 1 © 0
Dougherty. If .i © © 1 0 1} Williams. 2b. &1 : 1 5 1
Town?, c... 4 1 1 0 0 0 DeVhanty. If. s^o © 2 O ©
Tannehin. 3b 3 1110 1 ! M.-C.nlre. c... 3 1 © 1 3 0
Owen, p 3 2 2 ♦> « »>! Ho**, p ©o©o©o
1 Griffith, p 3 © 1 0 3 «
Totals ...551113271G 5;
| Totals ....3S 6 27 14 S
Chicago 2 4 © 0 0 0 © © B—ll
New York - © © © © © © 12 3—
Two-base hlts^ Conroy (2). Chase. Williams. Davis.
Thr«-e-base hit — Jones. Hits— Hogg. 6 In one and
two-thirds innings: off Griffith. 7 in seven and one-third
lnningrs. Sacrifice hits — Owen. Keeler. Double plays—
Williams. Elberfeld and Chase; Isbell. Davis and Dono
hue. l>eft on bases — Chicago. 4: N»w York. lt>. First
base on balls— OfT Hose. 2. OS Owen. 4. First base on
error*— Chicago. 2; New York, 4. Hit by pitched ball-
Hog?. 1. Wild pitch— Owen. Time. 2:00. Umpires—
Hurst and Evans.
At Philadelphia:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 40000100 x— o" 9 1
St. Louis 10000000 2— 10 4
Batteries— Philadelphia. <V»akley. Coombs. Wad
dell and Schreck: St. Ixtuis. Petty and O'Connor.
Umpire— O'Loughlin.
; At Boston:
R.H. E.
Boston 01000110 x— S 6 2
Detroit 00000011 o—2 8 4
Batteries— Boston. Young and Carvisaa; Detroit,
DonohU" end Payne. Umpire— Sheridan.
• At Washington:
• ■ R. H. E.
Washington 00000301 x-i 5 0
Cleveland '► 0 0 0 ft ft ft 0 o—o 4 1
Batteries— Washington, Smith and Warner; Cleve
land, Bernhardt and Bemis. Umpire— Connolly.
At Troy— Troy. i; Vfca, 0 (first gam»); Trey. 4; Utlca.
1 (second* game).
At Binehamf'>n -Fcrant^n 1: n'.nchamtpn. 0 (first
game): Scranton. 4: Binf(hainr.>n. 1 (second same).
At Syracuse — Wtlkes-Barre. 3; Syracuse. 2.
At Albany— Albany. 4: A., J. & G.. 3 <flrst game); A..
J. & G.. 4; Albany. © < second came).
Defeats Three Challengers for the
Quincy Cup.
Manchester. Mass., Aug. 22.— The defending yacht
Manchester won the first r»f the series of races for
th' Quincy Cup to-day, defeating the three chal
lengers. Wirjdrurri Kid. of the Corinthian Yacht
Club; the Auk. of the Quinry Yacht Club, and the
Bonidrei. of the Bostm Yacht Club, by 1 minute
and 15 seconds. 3 minutes and 17 seconds, and 6
minutes and M secjnds. respectively.
The race was sailed in a -noderate east-southeast
breeze over a \vindw.+r«r" and leeward course of ten
miles, with the mark two and one-half miles from
the start, the yachts going over the course twice.
The Manchester led from the start. beiJg 1
minute ami 2 seconds ahead of the Windrim Kid
at the first turn, and 2 minutes and 3 seconds ahead
at the second. . , ,
All four of the yachts tarticip«ted in the recent
trial races for the German-American Cup, but the
Auk was the only ore of the four that was se
The second race will be saf:eu to-morrow over a
trivneulur course. The elapsed times were as fol
lo *' 3; Kktssc4
ft me
" it if «
Yacfct srA .wyr !X! X A 1 ;*-
Monch-stcr, F r J I* ■ Brcrr.er ! : t? :
Wlnrtrlm Kid. P. O. MK--mber } : i^'«-:
Auk. c. F. A<larr<s.- -Al * : }?.£
Bosidrei, G. H. Wightman :U:«..
The Tilli VI, Sailing Off M?.rblchead, At
tracts Much Attention.
[i:>- Telegraph to T&e Tribune.]
Marblehead, Mass.. Aug. 22- What is* known as
the Hsht weather boat ft the three German yachts
thai have teen sent here to compete for the Roose
velt »up the Tin VI is attracting much atten
tion in this harbor ami o.T the port In her daily
tuning up spins, in company with the two other
boats, the GltJckaiif IV and the Wannsee Th»
latter was selected after the trial races in Ger
many as a *.>,..! moderate weather boat and the
Gltlcknuf for heavy weather. Auansl Kutsch
kowskl Is the Tilil's helmsman. The Wustrau
brothers*— Harry and Bruno-*are to sail the GlUck
;tiif while the \V»;»n*e«?'a skipper will be Otto
Protzen. -i c.ri...ip artist, who is also it clover
yachtsman. ■</ : - , V* : 'J- -
" The Ti!li VI Is perhaps tb* n:o-t Interesting boat
of the three, fioni the fact that «he was r-.ced ?as(
season b> l*rin«e llcuiy. Sit.- was designed l>y Yon
lluf'n of Berlin, while the two others are ih or«.-i
lie - of Max <•<•;•.!-. of the same place. All three
boats wliH h. Ilk*- •■ '■ ■■ are built to conform la the
German Rcm!erktas«e rtile, are stronvly built nod
rigged. The races tor tho «-\»p ure to besin oS
Maiiii- ••■' "i September 3. 'i !»■ American yachts
I.. 1,. ...1 !<» i.. .'. r. I ili«'.«n,» an the Cttrarobu, the
•,"K an* 1 'I c Vim The List tiiiMvl is a Ke« York
Xcwptrt. It •■■ Ai'g. ?2.-Tli.» rao.> this nft'Tiioon
for Newport thirty- footers for a cup offered by
Penil i ■ '- •• Jones was won by If^rry t». iiuwtneyer.
jr.. with his Kapcraxua] by (went} five seconds over
a tw«lve-Tf.!!o coewse. hr.lf «>f v.-.liioh was to wind
ward. The pace was tailed la a strong southwest
wind, the first 1«-K i < in*; n;:i up the bay. in which
tho three, boats kept well toi::-tber, but on hauling
on the wind the ripernnsa soon took the winil
ward position, which she held to the Bntah. The
Ihrco boats were sail) i by their owners. Robert
\V. Goelet nailed with Mr. Ilavemeyer. Tl»e sum
mary was as follows:
Bl issisd
t • ir.e.
Boat and owr.e-. II.MS. II M.S.
E«l»«ransa. H. " H.iv.ii).\.r jr . BJa:XI .':IU:21
Vn,ii.'>. 11. Pa y \V.illn#> :.•.■»•:■»« 2:10:411
Caruiln-i. I*. Jon? s 5:21 :21 2:11
Halifax. N. 8.. Aug. I?.— race for the Prince
of Wales Cup was won to-day. by Captain Rums
Giant* Lose to Pittsburg by a Score
<>f 2toU
New Tor* at FUfburar. 1 PhlUwSelphl* at CMcar>. J
Brooklyn at Cincinnati. i Boaton at at. MM kj
Plttsburg. 2: New York. 1. iCalcag* 4; IMsMM ■>
Brooklyn. 7; Cincinnati. 4. • St. Uwli. 9: Bastcr 2.
Clube. U'cn.Loit. Pel CrnSs. "Wo=.lx«t. Pa
Chicago ... 83 U 725, Cincinnati .... «♦ ■ .43*
New York T» 9* ••» Brooklyn *2 «'"> I**
Plttaborg .....71 40 .»4» Bt. Louis 41 "'- .3»W ,
Philadelphia .52 «> .*» Boston ..89 »3 .84* j
Pittsburg. Aug. C— ln a game to-day, character- j
ised by sharp Helding. Pittsburg defeated Wm York ,
by a score 1 of 3 to 1.
The gam* was Interrupted by rate Is the mMcV.e .
of the fifth Inning for half an hour. VIM winning •
ran was scored by Ritchey on a base oa tails, a ',
sacrifice by Leach and a single by Clark*.
It is now conceded that the Giants nave practi- ;
cally no chance In winning the pennant.
abrlbpoa c a>rl»aoa •:
Clark*. 1f... 4 • I I 0 •! Shannon. If.. ■ 1 I • f •[
Beaumont, c: 4 0 O • O ©1 Brown». tt... » • 1 1 0 0|
Meier, rf . . . . 4 © n 1 0 ©1 gtrmwr. cf . . 4 0 1 3 O 0 ;
Wagner, -;. 3 0 1 6 4 0 Devlin. Sb... i 0 1 3 2 I •
Nealon. lb. . 3 0 1 9 • • McOana. lb. 4 0 811 0 0;
Shfphan. ». 4 I 1 I I 2 Dahlen. ss... « 0 } « 6 2.
Kltchey. 2b. • 1 i 4 4 lj&.ran*. 2b... 8 0 1 3 10.
Glbaon. c. .. 2© © a 1 0 Bowerman. o. 40 0 1 2 0 .
•L.-nch O 0 0 0 0 •iMailnaisaa. »«•••••,
Wllll«. p 2 © © O © 0 — — __ — 1
tfianley .... 1 000 • • Totals ....» I •*■ ••* I
Totals ...*>~2~cr7ll"s! .J. J
•Batted for Gibson In th« ninth innln*. gjafsil f^r .
Willis It. the ninth inning. $Two out when ■»■ .-.r.ir.* rm j
was made. MUBi '
ritt»bur* • oooiooo I— a
New York 1 © 0 0 * © 0' • •— % I
Earned runs— New York. S. Sacrifice nlt«— Clison. |
Leach. Devlin. Stolen bases— UcOann. Stiaag. Doabla ]
plays— Wagner, Rltchey and Beaton; Etrao*. Dab.--, and S
McOann. First Us» on balls— WUlis. 2; CZ Msfjppw j
son. 5. Struck out— By Willis. 3. t«f» on t*?-3— f
burs;. 9: New York. 1. ' line. I:4©. Umpl: ■■« — i;-:i«Li» '■
and Klem.
Cincinnati. Aug. 22.— Brooklyn fell on F-a«»r In .
the fifth inning for four runs and a pa;», t-aro \
singles. Jordan's triple and a two-baa* hit, Mai won '
the game by a score of 7 to 4. Weimer. who «bjb» ,
ceeded Fraser In the sixth, was compelled to retire
after facing two batsmen because of an tad ■■ to :
his lingers. Hall finished the game. The score fol
abrlbpoa •! ab rib re •
Casey. 3b... 4 © 2 1 © »; Huaslns. 2b.. 3 0 © 14b
Maloney. cf. 4 1 3 3 © 0. Kelley. If 4 1 1 2 0 I
Utmley. rf. . 4 1 1 2 © 0 Jude. rf 3 1 © • 0 •
Jordan, lb. . 4 1 1 7 1 © P»!»hanty. 3b 4 © 1 1 0 0
McCarthy. If 4 0 I • © « Lobert. as 4 • • • ■ 0
Hummel!. 2b 4 © 1 3 2 ©> Smoot. cf.... 4 • 8 0 " >
L"Tt« »9... 4 © O 2 3 l'Schlei. c 4 1 2 • 1 •
Bergen, c... 4 1 1 3 © ©| Deal, lb. 4 • •!• 1 •
Scanlon. p.. 3 3 2 © « «| Fraser. p.... 1 © © 1 2 0
»Tleineier ... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .85 71227 « 1 Weimer. p... 0 • 0 • •> 0
I Hall. p. Mlllt*
I Totals . ...S3 « gSTIS • +
•Batted for Fra»*r m fifth.
Brcoklyn © ©!••«•• •— T
Cincinnati ..©0 1 2 © © 0 0 I—4
T*«vbasc hits — Smoot, McCarthy. Barges. Tiuaa v .
Schlel. Jordan. Sacrifice hit— ilaloney. Stolen ba*-s
— Kellcy^ .Turie. Doutl" plays — Deal. Lot-art and Fraser;
Lobert. HuK^lns and Deal; McCartiiy (unaaalated). Struck
out- By Fraser. 9: by Hall. 2: by Seanlon. 2. Basea cr.
balls — Oft Fras:r. 4; off Hall. I; off Scaaloa. 6. IU:;— -
Off Frtser. 8 in 5 Innings: off Weimer. 2 In *£ inning: a-t
Hall. 2ln 3*& l:ir.in«rs. Time. 2:05. Umpire— O* Day.
At Chicago:
R.H. E.
Chicago 08010010 x— 4 19 2
Philadelphia 00000200 I—3 1 2
Batteries— Chicago. Taylor and Kilns; Philadel
phia. Sparks and Dootn. re— Conroy.
At St. Louis:
R. H. E.
St. Louis 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 »r-i & 4
Boston 10100000 o—2 I 0
Batteries— Louis. Karger and Marshall; Boa
ton, Young and Needham. Umpire— Johns tc=.e.
Rochester. 3: Jersey City. 3! N>xrark. 1: Montreal. © (sec-
first ismfi. ! on.! same>.
R-ch*Mer. 2: Jersey City. ©' Frovtdence. 4; Toronto, 1
~<s<?eop<l Ram*'). I (F.-. -i aameV
Montreal. 3: Newark. 11 Providence. 3; Toronto^ 3
(first game*. I tsecond ganie>.
Buffalo. 3; Baltimore. 1. . I
Cluts n>ni.ist F.e. • Chirm. Woe. Lost. p.«.
Buffalo «l ♦■'' «M>2 Rochester 81 £4 ■■*••
Jersey City 53 43 .57»! PlOTlit— SO 84 .4SI
Baltimore .. . Si *2 S7* 1 Montreal 47 *© 430
Newark 49 52 .4*3; Toronto SI CI *»
schooner Ickie Boy. which covered the thtrty-mlle
course in 5 hours and » minutes. The cup was
won last year by the schooner Elmlna. owned by
F. F. Brewster. of the New Tork Yacht Club.
Could Xot Appear at Xew City-
Masonic Day Yesterday.
New City. N. T.. Aug. 23 (Special).— The second
day of the Rocklar.d County Fair was devoted to
th* Masonic order.
Representative Togrnsend Scudder. Grand M.15
ter, and his starf were present, as well as membera
of Worth liOdsc No. &©; United Brethren Lodge.
No. 268: Teutonia Lodge, and many from lodges
throughout ■odCaid County.
The following pfrsons won blue rlbbo=9 In the
horse show: Joseph J. Ryan, tuff era. N. T. ; Mary
M. Voider. Park Ridge. N. J.: E. S. Palmfr. Haa
uet. N. V.; Wflliarn Rickey. Nanuet; Daniel Mc-
Cloud. New City: H. F. Harting. Nanuet; Herman
Bak-?r. New City: Assemblyman Carnochaa. New
City; Join Eberlins. New City; Jacol, Groom.
Pearl River; Joseph Smith. New City; Henry I.
St»ttSer. New City; Z. De Bevons. New City; Vaa
Wyck Ros*iter. Nyack; F. T. Connelly. taiMla
River. N. J. : J. S. Murray. Chester: Sirs. C. J.
Rytn. Sufferr; Charles Rldgeway. Pomona, and
G?rrett SprinESt^rn. New City. ■ ■"
While I>istri't Manager O. S. Rossborou^h. ot
the New York Telephone Company., was superin
tend! the placing of a telephone in the ©Sice of
A. A. Vnnderbllt, the secretary, an employe of the
company disturbed a nest of hornets, and In the
rush that followed a youth fell from a stand and
sustained a broken arm.
The ostrich advertised to contest with a trot ting
hcr?e did not appear. President Stafford recently
obtained a bird from an ostrich farm in Jackson
ville. Fla.. to race for 9450. Yesterday the driver
of the ostrich. W. W. Ford, telephoned from New
York that the bird was ill and could not run.
Dogs were judged this afternoon. E. M. Old—. of
New York, was judge, ami he awarded bio* ribbons
to the following exhibitors: R. Armstrong. North- !
vale: Mrs. Helen Ovcrmyer. Bardonia: Mrs. F. A. •
Marry. New City; C. G. Galbralth. Viola; J. A. Glas>
*:ow. Mahwah: 11. H. Baker. New City; Assembly
man Carr.ochan, New City; Joseph J. Ryan, flnr*
lent; Mrs. W. Voider. P«»rk Ridge: R. Krahon. New
\ork; Mr.-. A. Hubbell. West Nyack. Dr. C. Matscß
bncker. New York; Dr. N. F. Fenry. Park
i:i.i X -: A. J. < :.»s-.: .»s-. West Nyacij; F. X. Schrlnser.
.Ww York: F. K. Vau<hn. Congers; D. A. Barne;-
Mm. New York: Miss E. R. Gtlchrist. Nyack; Wlll
iam Sinnell. Buffer n; Charles Eh«rling. New Cltj*.
Close finishes marked the 2:30 trot. William Out*
liciier. •<[' Parkway. I^ong Island, won three
.^iralKtit heats with t»:\rolcl F.. but the work vim
done so cleverly that th« Judges called him to the)
stnnd. tie refused to testify and was ruled out.
The results:
TROTTIXa AND PAcma cr*.*SS— pntsw m
Owm B»ll. •'ut.v.lniihaia i:r. thers. Harfcensack.... « 2 -3 :
Wrniynf. W. K. i>ana». NyacU 2 5 ♦
Hilly i:.. I!. K. Irvtnc ttssinini: 3 4 a
i. 1- •-•■»;'*. 2:24'!. 2:ZX\.
TROTTIXG-2:3» ixm PCRSO |3«X
L<jO*\" St. «'ii;.-!r» stable, iiuJaon Silt
Fatkwr'a VVt. J. s Murray cheater. 1 a 6 %
l'ancri*. Rohert Jobasoo i 3 2 4 a
Aiitcre, O.xM:iian. iirassy r.iini V 4 ? 4
Jim 1' William Nelson. Mount KtVH> 4 3 8 f
I'tante.l. E. •". HurOick. Jersey li'Y „. • • 3 6
Dr. Jaw**, Hugh Kellly. Whit* I'iatnd •> 7 • V
IMoneer. «lenw«icil siatlss Monaey » • : *
Myr.i. Marvin N. Norton. Watt* :'i»tr.» i % 5 »
Middletown. N. Y. Aug. 22.— The racing at Qoahen
track this afternoon was witnessed by fully eight
thousand personn. The summaries
Pacing I'M"-! <•!;>•»: purae »>>>•> — Jtrry B. waa la tares
stralc^t beats; Bl'.ly S . accond; silver liar, third. Best
ttme. 2:t*>%
TruttlnK t-:l*"» class; purse »"•«» I>anl«l won: Kattsw
saessa; Henry O. third Bast time. 2:lT<i.
mm« u.ur-.i» 53tM»_Tommy 11.. won In three gflgSsV
heats; (illttrr Lad. second; Als«ttone. third. Beat ti:r.-.
Mas «5:4<» class; for t»n»»r» untjitaaisO Stony
Ford an.l tiltdmh each won one heat. '
i liatehall To.<i«r, t v. M.— Amerlcaa l — Farfe.
N. V. Ara.rtcinj xt. ClsvtUßd.
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