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Jo//// ('mud Entertained 0 Guests
of Frederic Thompson.
C<BNy Island's season <•* merriment was formally
opened yesterday at .'' o'clock, when A. L.. Krlan-
Bjac. of Kiaw & Erlanger. unlocked the gates of
Luna Park and led « procession of theatrical man
seers and newspaper men into the famous "Court
«^f Luna." Half an hour later Frederic Thompson
jhrrw open -he pates to the public, and .before
midnlcht fully forty thousand persons had taken
a first view of the numerous novelties and renewed
friendship with the score or more features that
J-*v*. ma.if l.una Park the "nation's playhouse."
Mr. Thompson has provided for public amuse
ment it. is summer several novelties, but th« most
j-erfeet of nil disclosed yesterday was a representa-
tion of tlra fsrht b«»Tw«»*n the Menimsc and the
:>!»-•: <--;il«>r and Tnor* *xpe ri *nc*d as the show bBsJ
BM xfcan "Fred" Thompson marvelled at the success
r f illusion reached In this novelty. A curtain went
•up. at th« command, of a lecturer, and disclosed a.
i '« of Haxr.yton Roads. Then followed a repre
sentation of the historic strug-gl".
Thf opening 1 of Luna Park -was the occasion <"■*
sacs rejoicing lions Broadway. and tnsny
kr.OT-n theatrical men accepted Mr. Thompson's
invitation to «• the Fights with him. Twenty
automobiles took to the. island" a party of rr\an
**< end rtewspar-er men. At Surf avenue t a.y
•**!» rrc«-fd by a company of soldiers and the
troiy^e or Mexican riders, «tc. that appear in die
wiou* sp» rtaiies.
Tb« Zsjta Park Baud beaded the procession.
wt>b prr.r-*»tj<.(3 ov<-r Coney's principal thorough
!«■♦• and v.Bs cheered by thousands of men. women
BBf children lined on each side of the ume
■V\'h»- tb* cat's of Lena B<W reached the party
>?t tii«, iut<.rriobj]es Jormcd :n marching or
Prefleric Thompson delivered •:., key of I>una to
2Jr. Erfaztgn; *nd be ... am unlocked tha ■•**•
*wJ-l«l Uk m<»rry gathering loaM*. i'"' tw '°
*'Uj* *l#,',hi:itc ... waiting for their burdens.
•A. l KrJarr'-r f>v<i pyeicrfi Tbotnpeon mounted
■-, *. and led .... through the park.
KaM Tali*f«rn>. tvlf* of Mr. Thompson, who
Wjw rlot*<*. a FUf^ssful . h^ot, In "Polly of tfl€
<3rcu*." m^s « n thusiastirally cheer«-d >■:■■ th» vi s "
~ort AftT K^jng th«? various novelties the party
"•« «rxuctx 3 to Luna. Park's r'-^taurajit. where
V- Xiwripi^n had a dinner -...:! :.-■•'■ were
•weal Infr,«-. ni ,i „p«rh<F. "Witching Waves.**
4»e^ , Minikins. Jolly Koili**. the Man Hunt and
Hi Virgjcu. Bee] ere tracing the .•••-]!! Luna
*y* Ruoa.
Th* Belfe T^rrp Club iWlnilJ *t Port Jefferson,
"^Xt jFiacd. will 1-» Jormally opened on Memorial
"**"• Thfre will he a scries 'if motor boat races^
V *'•!■• F]^.rtJ! and a dinner in th* clubhouse.
r^**rd R. Ooastodc. the roanapr of th" club,
**2 ltrovi-ie motor care at dM railroad station for
% ru^te. The clubhouse Is now op*n for iii
'^cUoo, »tr,a rooms may be booked for the season.
To- a^mb^rehip of the club includes many of
*m York's U*t known ... among others Colo
-*J John Jacob Astor. O. H. P. Belmont. Howard
2? ul «. I Qiaaaai P^ll. Wfillani K. Vanderbilt. Jr..
'- ■»»«i Webb. David Banks, er., and J. G.
•■a. ■
PhUa <lelphia, May M ■">■!■> A. Muneey an-
to-day that be has leased the building in
ttr^et, n«ar tth f-tr«H-t, loug occupied by
"* Kv«r.injf Bulletin," which h*e mov«-d to new
2**« i end M>( , that in a few w<-^k« be »11!
M"-'M "-' aHa evening aaaaajaaajar. to bo Inde
?**■« hB liolitir*. in H*-rjiing with the policy of
y* ♦-■»h«>r Mune*y rf wrpaprs, "The Paatoa Jour
*'■■' •""'* R*»'tnor* m Mi "Tb* V»'a(=hington
2** " ' M " Munt*y «»v S he »i ; i carry forward
-7 ro!!cy, ah»a4y ftt ; no.jn-*d. of purchcflias and
J^JUhir.p atflj, >-..r':.s to be operated under a
Fifteen Thousand Children Romp
and Roll on the Green ft.
Nearly everj- large reach of green in Central
Park was covered with frisking children of all na
tionalities yesterday. Boys and girls were clad in
their best. It was a joy day for them. They rolled
Mnil romped up and down the slopes of Mount Mor
ris green, East green. Peter Hill, Cherry Hlil,
over th<' smooth qtretches of the ball grounds.
Peacock liawn and the North Meadows. On the
latter were one thousand youngsters, the g-uesis of
Charles McMurray. of No. 668 Avenue A, who had
followed a brass band from their East Side homes.
The t-he« r abandon of the fifteen thousand or more
children was a source of pleasure to every grown
up who had a chance to look on.
Kaon nationality had its king and queen, distin
guishable by their gaudier or more attractive ap
parel. These potentates are chosen long before
the first real May Day. They do not abdicate after
UM first diiy. as does the tradional "Queen of the
May. They hold on to their regal "Job" for the
•warm part of. the year, and if any on© of them is
particularly gracious and diplomatic, the reign
mar extend for more than « season.
The "Keep off the grass" signs were not tha
monitors yesterday they will b». It was liberty
day for Manhattan's Juvajulla population.
San Francisco's Reception to Fleet
Virtual!?/ Ended.
San Francisco, May This was the second
children's day since the arrival here of the Atlantic
fleet, and virtually finished San Francisco's re
ception to the fleet, which will sail for Puget
Sound Monday.
Thousands of children. including the inmates of
all the orphanages In this city and vicinity, went
to Golden Gat« Park early to-day. There they wit
nessed drills by detachments of sailors and marines
and indulged In various sports during the after
noon. Tugs of war -'nil basketball frames between
taama* from the army and navy were features of
the programme. During the day two hundred of
ficers were taken on en excursion to the top of
Mount TamaJpaJs and the Muir Redwoods, where
luncheon was served. A number of officers and
men went to Santa Rosa, where the annual rose
carnival is in progress.
This evening then was a theatre party for four
thousand sailors, who were the guests of the
various places of amusement in this city. a dinner
for graduates of the Naval Academy at the St.
Francis Hotel, the illumination of the city and fleet
and music in the public squares concluded the day's
There were seven boxing bouts between men of
the navy snd men of the army at the Auditorium
last night «nd the sailors won them all.
Sacram«nto was lavishly decorated to-day in
honor of the torpedo flotilla. Sailors on liberty
■pent the morning riding free on street and inter
urfcan trolleys. The theatres have thrown ..pen
their doors to the uniform. The Sutler Club Rave
a dinner to th« officers this evening, followed by
a theatre party. The enlisted men were guests at
a ball sivon by the local militia.
inspector IfeCaiferty sai.l yesterday that Albert
McMurrav although only fourteen years old, was a
.. Uer forger. The. boy is accused Of forging a
h,ck or SDK on the Phoenix National Bank.
Henry Person, thirteen years Old. is charged with
P^tcr you^^Murray. it is charged, forged an-
SKS3?! «S3f£ reroneae. twelve >ear«
... pboeni, Bank to caah it. reroneae was
,;„ by the detectives and bald as * witness.
V* h- boy. live in Brooklyn. They did not
£em at all impressed by the charge when arra.gncd
CrTr^*" ie* McKoon, in the Children's Court, an
l^inral the Questions smilingly. They were
r :;o,'d in the custody-of the children* society
until July Z.
tmuance .-. th iru America against
of the U^ T^f,/; i(c^C2 and interest on
rh , of friend* whi-h «« h«d the. bank dg
nfAn of hia * Ti ™™' pr^ ld ent. U was charged
sr,^r^: » ror his own — and
ihaJ he received the mono v on i n~ii*« f th . Be tUe-
The ••"; on "V:, vi."M..r« -b« be 1..rn,.t W«
m ent made recent!, bj Mor* to Rece , r
ggrjarfasi— g* .
Albany, May ; 16.-In a. iora ,„„«*«. to natlonal
,ant General Selson "■ H«nr invitation frO m
ard m ° b^sador Kail yon Hengelmtil.er.
UN Austrian Arn^sado. ations
requesting mil tia org enpotlnif match at
take part In tne l« ltrn General Henry re-
Vl^nna from *™ MnK to ac.pt the in
quests all °« an^ a J .^ a I early as possible, with
Rt th^ nr* >;«» 6 d .^ t «S r raised the total to
„rought »«. 9 l 7 /° i r J hh _ e r fc? s were J4OO. paid for ...
j]3.32ir,0. The top V " «■ breakfast room
;n; n8 me.l.d «d «j*gg3E eight. ch»irs and
M.it, consisting of bun ■^ M . mabouany and
J|o Hd- I ' bl^'/" d ol ' XVI lihrary table. Th.
,„.„,. roared 1■- every day there '
Battleship To Be Built at Brooklyn
Navy Yard.
[From Th« Tribune Bureau.}
Washington, May IS.
"WILL EMPLOY MANY MEN— The decision to
build one of the two battleships authorized In the
latest naval appropriation act at the Brooklyn navy
yard,' which was announced by Acting Secretary
Newberry to-day, will mean the employment of
something like one thousand additional workmen at
that plant. It is not known at the Navy Depart
ment when there will be occasion to take on this
additional force, but probably not much within
six month?. The first step will be the invitation
of bids for the material, and this will take three
or' four months. It will- then be necessary to
await the completion of the plans for the ship
which, while it is to be in general characteristics
a duplicate of the Delaware, will involve some
changes to incorporate certain improvements. One
of the causes of delay in the plane will be the
determination of the question whether the ship will
be equipped with 'the Parsons or the Curtis type
of turbine. In the former case the plans of the
Delaware will have to be changed so as to pro
vide a ship seven feet longer. The work will be
done under the general direction of Naval Con
structor W. J. Baxter, but a junior officer will have
Immediate charge. This may be Naval Constructor
William B. Ferguson, who is in charge fit the
construction of the collier Vestal, which will be
finished by the time there is need of the super
vision of the new battleship. There are other
naval constructors who are available for this duty.
Modern vessels of the navy built at Brooklyn are
the original Maine, the Cincinnati. th» Connecticut,
and now the Vestal.
ORDERS ISSUF.D.— The following orders have
N»en issued:
Captain HAROLD HAMMOND. paymaMT. from Wasb-
CapttinFltottEßlCK O E. 3OHKBTON. r»>m«w, from
tli« Philippine, to San Francisco.
Lieutenant F. T. EVANS, to th* ' Ma " 3 v .. rf ., v
L,!#ut#nan> J. K. TAUPSIG. to navy yard. • w * rf £*-_ ,„,
EnFigr. R. E- INT,ERFOLU from naval mMlcal ftofpltal.
fl-*Bhii!Eton. to the «>»nn»cttcut June 2«. to «h.
Passed Asslttant Surfreon P. E. MDONNOL©. to th
movements of easels have been reported to the
Navy Department:
Mar IS.— Idaho, at I^a^ra- bland: the ! P«rt<r. the
"Tiiißoy. th- Blakelv. th« D- Long: and th* Thornton,
at Pavknnah: th. Sioux, at BradfoM: th* PreN«- th-
Porn', th* Farrarut. the Fox and the Davis, at -
May M.— T>al» at Cavlt*: th* Oalwetoa, at Hong
Kti*. The Unca», at Santiago.
Mar IS.— Th* Buffalo, from Panama for San Francisco;
the Rirmineha.m. from navy yarrt. New T«*i-fOT
Hampton Rca.<l*; th* Porter, the Tingev. t^ BlaK^~
lv th» Da Long Bad the Thornton, from Rrunswi*-*
for Stivancah; th« Sloiuc from Bradford for Botton:
th« r'r»M*. the P*rr>-. th* Farrait.it, th« Fox and th*
Davlg from Ban Francisco tor SactaaseßtO; the
Navajo. from Mare island '*:"''«"«%„„, Vnn _.
May ir..-'-The Chatuin6og:a, from Cavitft for Hong Krmr
the Per Moin-s. from <»i.antaramr> for tolon; the
i"r as, from Guajitanami for Baptlaso.
Havana. May R>n> and pistol competitions
have been g»ing on at Camaguey for some time to
select representatives of the Cuban Army of Pa
cification for the national competitions to be held
in the United States the coming summer. Teams
have been selected as follows:
Rifle team— Captain Alexander .1 N* N;jb rrth
Tnfantrv Captain A. W. Bjornstad and < aptalrt
Thomas A. Pearce, »li Infantry: Ueutenant Allan
Rutherford. sth Infantry: Lieutenant G. T. Bow
man, 15th Cavalry: Sergeants Patch. Kuntke,
Prankowalck and Socket. 15th Cavalry: S««eant
Carlson, lit 1. Cavalry: Sergeants Mueller. Sturgen
and Kienk. 17th Infar,u>: Berxeant J..hii!|on . .Sth
Infantry; Corporal Burroughs, Engineers; sCorporaJ
Bradley 17th Infantry, and Privates Barbour. Uth
Cavalry, ami Landram 17th Infantry.
The following aiso will go a? distinguished marks
captain J. R- Ltedaey, Uth Cavalry: Lieutenant
G. C Shaw. 27t1. Infantry, and Sergeants Qrandy
and Anderson, 2Sth Infantry- _ _, ...
Pistol team— Lieutenant Isaac P. Martin, lotn
Pavalry; Lieutenant J D. Burnett 17th Infantry;
lieutenant George Steunenberg, 28tn Infant r>
Lieutenant R. Q. Alexander. Engineers; Sergreanta
\umus «i)'l Grandy. >th Infantry: Sutherland, Zd
Artillery: Kkm. 15th Cavalry: corpora! PannecK.
15th Cavalry Private CnrnVn. l'th Cavalry: also
distinguished pistol shots. Captain Mac Nab, 27th
Infantr>- and Privates Cokerftest au-1 talk. 'a
Washington, May 16.— Th* President to-day Benl
to the Senate the following nominations:
Captain to be rear admiral, Edward Taussic.
Brigadier general to he major general, George ■"■
T« be Solicitor of Internal Revenue. Fletcher
Maddox. Of Montana
To be Collector of Customs, Robert B. Burlingame,
district of Newport, tL I.
Washington, May tL— Lieutenant F. T. Ehrans,
son of Rear Admiral Evans, waa to-day ordered
to duty aboard the battleship Louisiana. He will
ko 'West in about two weeks.
Washington. M-iy I«.— The armore-i cruiser South
Dakota made a Bpeed of 2C..W knots <-n her four
hours' f"ll power tinaJ a<rei>tanre trial off Santa
Barbara, according tW a dispatch receiveJ at the
X.r v Department to-day. Thla la .96 knots is ex
cess of the contract requirement.'.
Only Two Fail to Cover 100-Mile Course in
Endurance Test Within Time Limit.
By Tel'icniph to The Tribune.)
pater^on. N.J-. May IS.— Ten of the twelve car.
that Btarted In the first 100-mile non-stop sealed
bonnet contest of the, North Jersey Automobile
Club finished the full course within the specified
required time of 5 bourn and 15 minutes. to-day The
two cars that fell by the wayside were 8. M erlde h ■
Corbin end H. W. Batea^i Conover. The latter lost
1 hour and M minutes In fixing punctures, an.l. as
this time will be allowed, he was not disqualified.
The corb.n car broke its chain after completing
th« first twenty-five miles and dropped out.
Those who successfully went over the route were
as fonowf R. Beattle. Bul<k: J. Galllck. Over
"nd H B. HHlncs, Knox; J. Hengevehl, Stevens
ir ; e GA. Post. Winton; O. Vanderclock, Ford
c "viu Drown. MaxweU; J. BchoiWd. Corbta:
Walter Hudson. Overland. The contest was started
ov"ock In the morning, there, being thm, mln
, Zv between thn cars, and was witnessed
rl'aS^ crowd wh"ch gathered about the start
>y .nt whenever the cars were scheduled to pans
htr The route led through miedon. Pompton.
Mountai? View. Slngan and L«tt.« Palis, and In
cluded ffim« stiff "111*
: The Canoe Brook Country Club
Wins the Team Competition,
Match and medal play varied an attractive pro
' gramme for East Jersey Golf League members in
\ their one day tournament on the links of the
' Canoe Brook Country Club yesterday. Team
■ honors were won by the home quartet with a
; thirty-six-hole total of 766, which easily led the
: Forest Hill Field Club.
According to the conditions the two lowest in
j the morning qualified to meet at match play for
I a prlae in the afternoon. They were F. W. Bald
! win and H. D. Smith, both representatives of the
Glen Ridge Golf Club. Smith had 83 and Bald-
I win 87.
In the afternoon match Baldwin, besides playing
good golf, had all the luck, and won by 5 up and
3 to play. The pair finished out so as to have
their scores count in the afternoon handicap, and
i Baldwin won that event as well, with 82—7—75.
J K. E. Allsopp. of Forest Hill, was second in the
i handicap with 79 net. while J. J. Radel, George
j ABsopp and Smith tied for third prize, and on
• the tops Smith won. The latter, with Baldwin for
a partner, also won the four-ball competition in
the morning, with 41— 7?. >
Tom Chjsholm; the professional, had the course
j in excellent condition, though it was a trifle soggy
from thti recent rain?. The scores follow:
fJross. Handicap. Net.
F. W. Baldwin. Glen Rids- *2 "' 15
E. E.*A]l6Opp Forest Hill M 13 '?
H. P. Smith Glen Ridge »ft 8 fj
I J. .T. Rad«!. Kor'st Hill &4 J3 f
! George Allsopp. Forest Hill i"i . "^ s ;
E. I-. Dn»n«. Canoe Brook .100 ' H M
{ W. H. Burnett, Forest Hill *W '- *4
Robert Ku'blfr, Forest Hill 101 V »•* g
I H'rman Egner. Forest Hill 08 •• **
i W. Pell. canoe Brook «4 8 ««
C. T. L»uon. New Brunswick 0« 1" *2
r. O«<3en. Canoe Brook »< • £-
C. A. Seeley. Forest Hill 108 1* Ji
Harry All*opp. Forest Hill *" W 5i
H. L. Scott. New Brunswick 103 H |'
F. A. Wrlcht. <"ano* Brook 9* V ™
W. V.'. Lyon. ForeFt Hill ....!•> 17 01
C A. McOormkk. Ne* Brunswick 10* 12 »-
G. F. T>o<M. canoe Brook 10« 13 §•'
A. V Taylor. For»«t Hill TO:. 9 JH
K. R. Wilson. N>w Brunswick 107 9 J*»
Thomas Allsopp. Fore*) Bill 121 22 *1
Out. in Tt'l
IH. I) Pmlth «n^l F. W. Baldwin. Glen Rl4)t*. M 41 7fl
F. R. Hill and R. OgdM, Canoe Brook it 40 ft
TV. n. Thomas and K. R. Wilson. New-
Brunswick <■ « s
H. Kfcner and Harrj- All*"pp. Forest Hi 11.... «3 ** «•
C. A. UcConntck and U. T. I>»t«m. New-
Brunswick -45 *3 SS
!F. A. Wright and F. TV. Tell. Canoe Cre*k.. 4A *5 $»•>
I R. D. L.yon and I>*e Owytioe, Canoe Brook.. 4» 4<i &>
.J. T. Llntott Hud J. J. Radel. Fore«t Hi 11... 47 4« 0.1
Paul HillT and A. V. Taylor. Forest Hi 11... 4fl 49 X
jH. 1.. Soott and 11. E. Morris. New Brunswick 46 49 m
I ('. G. Whitman and TV. W. Lgron, Forest Hill SO 47 97
Home Team Beats Advertisers, with Forty
four Players on a Side.
In a forty-four a side team match at the Fox
Hills Golf Club ' yesterday the home players de
feated the Association of Advertising Men by a
score of 06 to 27.
The summary follows:
Dr. A. It. Thorn« 2iE. J. .Ridgway •»
H. V. carrere 0 Roy V. Som'mwvllle 1
J. M Kl»ir.inir O.stacy Bender 0
XV. E. Helm 3|r>. i_ HodUre? 0
F. W. Poeson "i William H. Child* (*
Frank Sears ' Parri«li Watson n
A; H. Posson 0 a. w. Erickson a
J. B. Wo" ten " r C rlat , 1
H. F. tves.. 2 p j ra«* 0
Oeorge Adam? £ H F rral , :?
Charts L. Smith » ( ? .- AYA V Shlblej «
William Boy* 2 ? D TIC-iwaM O
H. B. McClellan o£ p / -tatv-W 1
W. J Henderson 0 E. A. Trtwnl*> j
a W Berk»l 3I J - l '- ~"dford l
I D McCollum 00. «• Bl"ckman «
w a Hoop/- :::::::: oK- M - tranisFr "
b't' mi»p •■ 1 William C. Freeman <>
H. Cosens Hardy. ■"• ! •• A. Hamilton <•
H. P Hunc»rford OC. A. Porter o
L H. Graham 8 F. M. Harrison "
.1. S. Marvin 2iOorft* H. P< rry «
r;»or?° E Fawcett 8 n. R. Mamk>k "
J. M. Ayr 3 R. S. Wood «
P T. Grandln "<K. C. Conlon "
F. H. Pnsey ."I a. Butt 0
l. A. Stover 'M c. 11. Pop» rt
T. F. her . ... 01 c. ( . Johnson 1
.r. I-Tlm^r OT>onohne .. . Or x = p nerll 3
W. p. Has-kell 0J :, ; > Baen 2
F. B. Barrett Rj A _ g Hlargrin* *>
8.5.. Bottom* ' \V. J. Rvan :::::.■:::.::: «
irw: f {>ean 9 :::::::::::: «!•••.";• !^ nn |
B. A. Bullock 3 Fp i^ T
Frank P. Blley l!^'' l ' h\ ' v „
T II Beard .. John Had'-o<-k ••
W s KimWii'. ■■■;..:; alOeorsr* U. Wheelook <>
fJ.'F..' Armstrong i|K H. Eikel 2
W .T.-Pl«minc 3|T* ». Palmer °
Dr. n M Ctavenport. . . 2 F. Keatine <>
I .-, Inhnson . . o|Georsre •' Webster o
O. B. Merrill "
K. C. Wilson ... 3
Wins Sixteen a Side Golf Match by a Score
of 28 to 11.
Baltusrol defeated Apawamis yesterday in a big
team match played on the Baltusrol links by 28
to 11. The summary follows:
E. N. stout '• h S. Grave* S
T. T. Rid OH. V. Phillip* 0
Walter Kobbe 2T. D. Foot 0
W 1.. Paley 4' A B. ARhforth 0
E. C. Van neck OIW. H. Pool 4
1.. R. Bayard, ir MO. 11. 9e*ly 0
Howard <;ifiin OIC C. Fuller 1
C. V. Watson OF. F. Wheeler I
S O. Vander Poel, Jr... 21F. A. Moor* 0
S. P. Davidßf 01 A P. Tburst«n 'i
W. i; Marcus '-' H. A. Sherman o
<■. T. Sullivan 4IF. .*. T'ourlh* ft
K. W. •■andlrr 4jr. A. Stafford 0
R <; Coll -' W. R. Tboraton O
F. R. I'pton, Ir 2IJ. H. HcCurdy «
T. A King 4 ! H. I. £lark 0
Total 2»! Total 11
E. I>. Luder won the. sweepstakes handicap with
'.\ - '20— 74 and was also the thin! nualifier for the
Taylor cup.
W. de Forest Johnson won the second monthly
handicap played yesterday on the links of the
Dyker Meadow Golf Club, near Fort Hamilton,
Brooklyn. His. net score was 74 from 13 handicap.
Marshall Whitlatch, th»» club champion, hart the
best gross score of the day. The scores follow:
Groat Handicap. Net.
W. He Forest Johnson JT )•*■ I*
E. B. Miller =*; »■ i."
I fJ Tnnes oh • •!•
j: % ftSthewi::::::: '<* 2 * 2
H. T. Matthew? MJ *'
F. F. Htorm. ir •'- ' g
Marshall Wliitlatch g "
C. J. Croobail « * £+
J. P. Hapgood :: : : ;:::;:;;:::::::::::..s ,1 *°
W. B. Rheit ** - g»
C. S. Mallett • Ifv - '* vv
T4if members of th<- Englewood <".oif Club com
peted yesterday in an is hoi- bo i<> competition.
which was won by S. VT. Miller. a down. Cyrus
Jackson wan «*~ond. 4 down. L. W. Ball ami T.
w. Lamdnte finished 5 down, and J. Barber was
■. down.
(By Telegraph to The Tribune. )
Paterson. N. J.. May .--The first match of the
season on the North Jersey Country Club - * grounds
was played to-day with the Yountakah Club, of
Nutney. before a lar««/ gallery. Former Governs*
Orlf-'ga was in goofl form an-1 .-»;.1«<i materially I"
brin«ing the victory t<> the local club, which won
the match. 21 to 13. The score follows: .
Cunningham '! \la!\ Ia !7 in 'a
Collier o'lin !U!11S 0
Abbott 2 Rail y
;„,.. .: .. i-hiim.« 1
g«b«3 :: - : ::;:::: 3SS& :::::::::::::::::::: 5
Baxtt»r"'.'.;ir.m*''".- 1 '"" ;i
Brlna flair 2
muiiS ::::::::::::::: I* iMOi ■.•.:::::::::::::::: j>
wSll«Uei 4|Stin»on _•
Total 21 Total ■•• 13
Arthur G. Morris won the elgnteen-hole, medal
play handicap at the Ards>l-y Club yesterday by a
margin of eiglu strokes. Ills card read: S7-17— 70.
A lar <'*tifld started and twenty-five returned cards.
The lending scores follow:
Grob!. Handicap. N't.
Artiiur a. ilorrln £j J7 I?
Gear* E. Bosrsmss • •". » :»
M. U ? a nd^ ''*' -' '•*
\\ W. Tajlor «• f 2"
tS: !:;.:'r" :::.::::::::::■:::- ? w "
S ju; '■'"■.■ • £ f : : g
, tv ■ imk ........... 1" ■ 1"• §
'„ R«iiam ' .. " ........ .m f« «
Wobn Frsnib » v «« '♦ *•
Lindsley Tappin Wins the Stock
Exchange Tournament.
Close finishes marked the twelfth annual golf
tournament of the New York Stock Exchange" at
the Knollwood Country Club 'yesterday. Lindsley
Tappin led the way in the eighteen hole medal
play handicap with a card of 79— S— 71. while H. H.
Henry and C. H. Thieriot tied for second place
with net scores of 73. Tappin also tied with W. P..
Simons for the low gross score, both getting 79.
Their cards read a3 follows:
W. R. Simoni —
Out «3B«4«84 4—41
In 52354484 s— 3£— 7»
Llndsl»y Tappin — "„
Out . a»»»ag«44
In 53464483 -.7.. -7»
Daniel Chauncey. president of the United States
Golf Association, did the handicapping, to the sat
isfaction of all. The scores were:
Gros«- Handicap. Net.
Lindnley Tapj.ln 79 » L \
H. H. Henry... - *» " £
C. H. Thieriot - »7 ;♦ ij
A. M. Heg* _ & 5 i*
E. A. McCullough S» ■ i*
D. Henry Ml =' :*
F. P. Klmball ■ « i*
C. P. i** §1 • ii
C. A. Üb»ire J« " 2
V. 3. Turner.. .^ »1 J? 1"
C. M. Cohen »■< J* i»
J. B. Mabon — »l ♦ I'
H. E. Pewlne M ■ '-i
U S. Kerr S * ii
C. 11. Hall M ' ii
c. K. Chapman SB ' " ii
C. F. Watson, Jr £- ■ g
J. 11. McCullouKh » s il
H. F. Whitney - s1 ' jiH
C R..rvnn. jr « 1" i»
v:. R. Simons •' " .t. t! *
K. T. Laidlaw PI |» rr 4.'4 .'
V.. Hellm^n •■ '" g
F. F Carey »2 X
D .A. ly,rlns. Jr «J " £"
FT W. Warner I*l •»
W. H. Rng»r<> g * *»
B. N. Bu*oh °< V - lx
Daniel naron - *? * *•
K. H. Jewett »• M "
R. Twierhjlt •■ 1? "
W. .T. Currie '"♦ *J
.'. M. Wanhburne JJ '= *»
Panlel Chauncey .................... *• f a
R. .T. Furberk M *»
Joseph P. Bach p<? ' !:
O. C. Miller h ::::::::::::::::::::::::^ I <«
W. B. Pott. •» J; *'
aF. Morris. jr ]«> ]2 «
V. S. Walker. Jr 1™ '- ■
Beats Bjjcra and Herrcshoff in Hunt
ingdon Valley Tournament.
Philadelphia. May M.— P*aytag up to his b*st
form, Jerome D. Travers. of Maatciatr. won an
other leg on th* I^ynnewood Hall cup t"-day at
the. annual golf tournament of th* Huntingdon
Valley Country Club, at Noble. Perm.. by defeat
ing F. H*rreshoff. of Garden City, and E. M.
Byers. of the Allegheny Country Club. Trav*rs
won the tournament in 1006, and Herreßhoft car
ried off th* honors last year.
In the «em!-final round to-day Ttavers was
forced to the limit by Herreshoff and won by 2 up.
Tn the final round Travers had things easier, de
feating Byers 4 up and 3 to play.
In the final off th* women's invitation gen
tournament on the links of the Philadelphia
Cricket Club. Mrs. Vanderbeck. of this city, d*
feated Miss Ay*rs. of th* Merlon Cricket Club, 5
up and 4 to play.
In a bogie competition at th* Nassau Country
Club yesterday the "Colon"!" was badly beaten
Several of th* contestants finished up. and H. T>
Batterman, who had bogie 5 down, won the Srst
prize. The results were:
H. T. Batterman. 5 up: H. F. WTiltn»r. 4 up: W. F.
Richard?. 4 up: H. W. Si^ -> «■ ' ' . " up: R. R Hon^vman,
all Muar*: W. H. Nl<-h/>ll*. 1 down; H. h Pratt.; 1 <50-«n;
W. J. Evans. 2 down; F. M. DOBBWsy, 2 down.
In the semi-annual handicap at th* St. Andrews
Golf Club yesterday th* winner was G. 8. Reeves,
■with 93—18—75. The scores were:
fires?. H r cap. Set
.;. 5. seerea M 1* : W
B. Lamb 9* at 7*
•i P. R«eve* M 1«> ">
T. A. Matthewo »2 12 **>
W F Smith 4 - - «•>
H. RoWn.«on »'•' - k J
„'ois* Kingsler *1 '-' s-*s -*
Wins Harlem Trophy Easily —
Hackett and Alexander Triumph.
Flavin? up to the form which brought him such
success last season, Henry J. Moltoihauer. of th*
Kings County Lawn Tennis Club, won the trophy
for singles in the Harlem open meeting yesterday.
In every department of his game Mollenhaner was
tit his best. He took th* final in straight sets, and
Just before entering upon this competition on the
courts, at 131 st street and Seventh avenue, he had
won a hard match in the semi-final round, which
had pone the length of tu-enty-*isrht games. In
this semi-anal he scored at S— 6 and B—l against
Joseph F. Condon. of the West.h*ster Club, whose
showing in this tournament has caused bin Co be
rated as one of the headiest young players seen
upon the courts In a long while. Mollenhaur-r met
faret in th? final, defeating him. - -7. »-5 and 6—5.
The summary follows:
Men's open ■taste ifmi-fina! r<van<i>- Henry 3. *»?>
ienhauer. Kir kb County l^n Tennis < lab, defeat Jo
■eph F. Condon «"< ' I eslei .»— >-•*■
' Final round Henry t. Mollenhauer. X; ' *« r«wnty. <i-
fcateyj r. P Pap I New York. 9—7. 7— .">. »^-S.
Men's open doubles (second round »— Joseph I". C«wm
and O »mitl ■ ■ »"■' West 9 ■ ■ ' * "■
Merrlhew ami J. C. Orocsbcck, Enaabetti rows an.i
»<Cton(^>latlon'atnglen» < Cton(^>latlon 'atnglen fflrst roond) —H. Bsssford defeated
It M. Bsckler. «-<• ~>~:>- A - Bassf.>rd. jr.. d«f eatjd TT.
M Chal" 6-i T>-. 7-5: IWJ Tli.-^y ■■'■'■•' - '• Smith.
»• 5 «— 3 v. M. Flsch*i won from A. (Jonth* by lie
♦'....'it' k' l*O defeated H. W. Kohins..n. rt— 3. b— V. It.
Harno* defected E. l^ventritt. 4-rt. »— ». &—3-
Scomi round— XV M. Ftociiei defeatM E. I-eo ♦ «
io g ft. 4; R. H. Barnes won from r. 1 riiaeian i
In a rattling set-to of volleying lawn tennis, the
national doubles champions. Frederick B. Alexan
der and Harold H. Hackett. beat In five straight
sets, allowing only ten games, the pair composed
of Malcolm D. Whitman and Theodore Booserelt
Pell. The score of the match was ( 2, 6—-. 6—o.
6—2. 6-4. and it marked the formal opening of
th« courts of the New York Lawn Tennis Club.
123 d street and Manhattan avenue. Just before this
match the championship pennant of the Metropoli
tan League, won by the New York? laM season,
was raised, a single? match closed ih< day. 6aa
tave'F. Touchard defeatnag Robert T. Bryan. 5—7.
6-3. 8-6.
Virginian Huns 100 Yards in 0 3-5
Seconds Against Strong Wind.
Charlotteaville, Va.. May WL-lUetor ■'. the I.'ni
versity of Virginia, with a Btroa* south wind
against htm ran ■ hundred yard? to-day in !>3-5
seconds a«uanmg the »«tfi record, held by Dan
Kelly. Of Oregon. He also ran the 220-yard dis
tance in tri 4-5 seconds, not far behind W-f— long
standing record. The records to-day make his re
cent performance in the lf«>yar«l dash, when four
timers caught him at the tape in $:;, seconds.
■eem more credible.
Rector made his wonderful times to-day on a
soggy track, drenched yesterday, against Johns
Hopkins. Vlrplnla won the met! by a score of To
to 21.
New Brunswick. N. J. May H>— Four Rutgers
records were broken at the track meet here this
afternoon between the Rutgers and the. College of
the City of K«l» York teams. Rutgers won the
meet by the score of 70 to M The records were
made by Thompson, who clipped off II seconds in
the two-mile run; McDonald, who lowered lbs rec
ord in the 440-yard run 13-3 seconds; Basconi. who
took off three Inches In the broad Jump, and Ois.
who gained one-third of an inch on his pole vault
Arm.tp.-ii*. Mas liv-The midshipmen cio*ed their
field and track reason at th« academy this after
noon by Jlfialtaj th»« team of ■■ailhWSfl Colleg*.
The irore w*s:.Navy. tS!i points; Swarthmore. r^i
points. N
Blue Becomes Owner of Trophy by
Victory — Contest a Close One.
Cambridge. Mass.. May 15. — Speed and strength
in the track events enabled Vale to defeat Harrar*
In the Stadium In the annual dual games to-day ba*
a score of 601-5 to 43 4-5 points. Th* rtctory ala»
nave Yale permanent possession of th» trophy of
fered in 1901. the Bin* having defeated Harvardl
since that time on Ire occasions. Harvard •»"«
the first trophy In 1900.
For eleven of the thirteen events to-day toe sea*
test between the athletes of the two colleges was %
close and lnter*»stln« one, the? two team* betagT sel
dom more than a few points apart. Late> m th*
afternoon, however, Yale captured, as was expect
e«l. all the points in both the hammer throw an<l
the pole vault, which settled th* contest.
N. records were broken. although Robbins, ->?
Yal». ran th*» high hurdles in IS 1-5 second*. *iual
to the world's r<»cor.i, but t&e figures were not al
lowed by Mr. Pulllvan. th- refere-, as there wa« *
slight wind in the runners' favor. Fast time wssi
also made in the half mile and the mile.
Th*» four thousand spectator* who sat in th*
warm sunshine of the Stadium, however, saw sons*
grand running, with sensational finises; some ex
cellent leaping, especially fn the pole vault, ami
some splendid examples of endurance. They wer»
especially thriUM by ' ■» contest In th» mile-. th»
best event of th» afternoon.
Bsataar, of Tal*. th» favorite, went out In th*
lead .- the start, and neM it for th» first half
mile. Th»n Miller, of Harvard, overhauled hfta.
and at on* time dr»w away n»ariy twenty yardf.
On th» turn from the baekstretch In th« last t»s»
Cooney came up strong, and on* hundred • '-•
from th* finish passed the Harvard man. Miller
then sprint«l. and just managed to orerh^ul
Coon*y ten yards from 0M tap*. wh»n J*prfr*r. by
a spurt, cam* up very fast. and. rushing by both.
won by a short yard. An ordinary blanket would
haw cov»r»d all thre*.
Unfavorable r*r A rts from Slasi ?Tar*r» nt ta>
St«>vens'» condition \»»r* entirely bell»d Ny th* p»r
forasaaesa of that raaast in th- two aajstaaj both
of which lie won without effort in fairly good ttm«.
th» lCrt-yard dash being mail* in ten seconds flat.
La Montaam*. of Y*l», wan ronsid-rably «•«»•»
than any other of his competitors in th» quarter
mile, while- in the half mil* Whitch*r. of Harvard,
had a grand race with Klrjasoff. of Tale, and man
aged to win by five yard?. Th* two-mil* r*c*. *»
usual, was an exhausting affair, and Crosby, of
Harvard, who was picked to win. weakened at th»
finish, and allowed Weeks and T.ia;hrn-r. of Tale, to
beat him out. although all three were very close.
Harvard captured las shotput. the Ma* jump an«
all three places In th- broad jump, but had "•
show in thp two other field event.".
As usual. the nol* vault dragged our the Xi- S
until unite la*, although Yal* had everything: her
own way. The decision rested b*tw**n Gilbert.
Dray and !Cslaaa, but neither of th* last two «as
abl»" to clear 1" fe^t 3* 4 inches, desplt* th*ir ■*•**-
Mi performance, so that the event went to «Vl
b*rt. Gilbert mad* an unsuccessful effort to brea*
Dray's record of XI f*et <s'* inches. Th* summary
follow*; . ,
T-to. hundre4-an<l-««*nty-y»rl dart— "Won » St"«J.
Vale: Cnry. Yale, secon.i; Rlutrer. Harranl. Mfrt. Tim*.
il: ?our-hundrer!-and-f«rty-T»r«T run-TTon br t« Mo«
ta^e Vale; Merrlbew. H^ar-1. s-cond; t>^ StMIM.
StePhen-n Harrart. and fell-- an* OV. of T*s*. at
* Hammer throw-Won ** C«W j^*^S^s
Princeton Track Athletes Outclassed
by Ithacans in Dual Meet.
■ By Telegraph to T>>* Trlbcri».7
Princeton. N. .1 . May 1«. — Th* Corn*!! track t»*m
had no trouble to-day in defeating Princeton by a
score of >* points to 37. Princeton tnoV first pla.-«
in only four e-vents and In many of th* run*, nota
bly tbt half mile aa4 two mil*, th* Cornell runner*
slowed down at las finish and concealed th»lr araa
form. The work of Ati-* and McGe* was decided
ly rii^ppt.intins to the TiK»rs. Ari*- led in th*
quarter mile until the last hundred yard.-, but aaafJ
not stand th* pace, and Ml back to third. McG-«
was not placed hi th» two mil* run, although ho
has bees dotes thai distance consistency In bett-r
time than r» :5X 5-"». ■•, wbJri Hunger won to-day.
-ri-,/% b«=r pArformanc* of fh* m»*t was E. T.
Ceek's jump of S3 feet ii bleats IMi man won
ftewen I irta for Cornell, taking s*cond In th* l"
yard <ia«i and c: yard hurdle?. Gamble, of Prtaw
ton. regains his old Km* form, and won both th*
dashes. The summary follows:
Oi>e-hundr«d-yaM da«h-Won j>y R. A. <^H*. Prln^
ton: EL T. mok». Cornell. Meood; V> . P. Conner*. rrtnc«-
«M6-TToa B. A.
Gamble lYinoet^n: W. B. Ctnnerr Princeton, second. J.
C. tkipnttr. Cornell, third. Time ■ »?*'*■ . r
F- N Pfelffer, Prtnc-tss. »o»n^. <i. X
*-' ■.'":— n.T „m».
»rea"; CorneTi. second. U Ft. Frantz. rrlnceton. third.
roar-hundr**-and forty-yard run— VTm by J. C. €*£■
pemer CoTnen; X W. Hltohcork Cornell, -ec^nd; J. C
Atl« prtnectOD. thlni. Time . o:.*h-».
T»..-lnui<lr*.i hh.; tw»nty ..!■ 1 bnfgfc^-Wsa Sj» K. ra.
TVMnan, Cornell R. T. Cterfi Cbrij* e^ond. T N.
rune, ".-«"•.
™4"o-i •' ■ ■-' ■ ■aagar. OMSK H. U
Tn r ,r.. , »— V h c *osbb Ckaaam
' ll EI»:.?-hindr»J and-ei ? ht,-,ard run-Won by C. M.
French ir.-nell J. P. BaM-a* Cornell, ~o.nd. a. M.
5 n lrtin: ', v ral-o.r. mnceton. and U H. Bitma.
l" nn.nTV^d Jump-Won »>y T. Cook- CwneU;
r *I if'-nori' lTii<eton. s*oon<t: XV. F. Talcott. FTlnc--
Zi&SZ t^-xi :^^V Hooker, f^": T.w.
r.Jk.i " V-orreH Mcend; J. U Fe». CormOl third. t>i»
rv,^. \% U rn ei^ %£*; XF. MU>. CV«-n. third.
"^rut-Won by P. M. Maera^-n.
t^n.-- i"> feet J. P Honker. Cornell, and O. P. O*>*».
Corn-11. TIM for e^n^wlrn » *•_■ « ln
Tttala Ccmelt. SA; Prlr>c«tot». ».-
Team Earns Track Honor* in Co
lumbia Intcrscholastic Meet.
Manual Training School's track t*am was an easy
winner In the Columbia Interscholastio champion
ship*, which were held at Columbia Oval. Wlll
laanariajl yesterday. The meet was in some re
spects a test between th* Mat school team* of
the city as nearly every xehool was entered.
Manual" Training scored » point* and Boy*^
School waa second with IS. Centenary Collegia:*
Institute and Tome Institute, of Port Deposit. Me!..
tied for third honors with 12 point* apiece, whL«
the High School of Commerce and D« Witt CLa
ton scored 11 and 10. respectively.
The best performance of the day was in the 13P
yard high hurdles, which Havens, of Boys' H!«n.
won in IS 1-5 seconds. He also secured third plac»
In the 120-yard hurdles. E. Sanford was ht*«ua! ■
best point winner, as ho scored firsts in both th»
100 and -t> yard dashes. The latf- h« won by *
few feet after a hard fight with Camp. Of Hack
cttnown. In th* fast time of 3« ««can<l». Hl»
tim*. in th* l«w>a-rd da.h was 10?-5 secoaaa. Cm
»en.«. the other Manual crack. »m a*»» to set
third only In th- hundred, and he was «ii»U«««
In the quarter and half mUa. »
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