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Sawyer Wins Medal ir
Kirkby and Traiers Trail, 12 Strokes Behind Leader Champion and Former Title Holder Go Around Together in 160?Veteran From the West Tops Big Field on Apawamis Course at Rye By Ray McCarthy Ned Sawyer, the star golfer of th? Siwanoy Club, started the annual Mttropohtan championship tournament in whirlwind style on the links of tbe Apawamis Club at Rye, yesterday, by shooting a 71-one better than ptP-m his morning journey, and a 77 in the afternoon. The total of 148 was good enough by four strokes to give Sawyer the medal prize If he continues at this pace the formed Western ehampion, who has been in our tnidst only a year, is likely to carry off the title We say "apt" advisedly, f0r even< if Sawyer does carry on, some ono is likely to trot along at a faater clip. For the way the thirty-two players who qoal^iied. as well as many others, played over the dirHcult conrse was simply astonishing. i: seems as though the whole erowd have been holding back in their per'ormances of the last few weeks ar.d have conserved their efforts for a concerted drive on the metropol iUn title. D. E. Sawyer, to give hfm hi3 full name, came here from Chicago about a year ago, where he played from the Wheatiey Club, of Illinois. He won the Western aiuateur championship in 1900 and was runner-up in the national ama teurmeet the year before. Tie is a vet tran player of considerable skill. v Plays Round Under Par Sawyer played in superlative form, jartieularly in the morning round, when he w ?r.t around under par. Sev era! opponents kept close to the leader most of the distance, and in the after? noon some of the stars of the metro politan district tried hard to overtake Sawyer.bu; his start of 71 proved too much of a lead. Fank Dyer. of the Upper Montclair Club. who put Jerry Travers out of the running in the Xew Jersey title meet last week at Arcola, and who played splendid golf until he encoun tered William Reekie in the final round, finished second to Sawyer. He ihot a 74 in the morning and a 78 ln the afternoon for a total of 152. J. Simpson Dean, of Prineeton, and Joha Anderson, of Siwanoy, came next with 153. A. Lucien Walker, of Columbia. and Gardiner White. of Nassau, each had a total of 155, while Oswald Kirkby. the present Metro po'.itan ehampion, and the ever-popu lar Jerry Travers, who played around with Kirkby, each scored 1'50. Travers bas all the winning quali ties o: Ouimet and Hagen. and like these two great golfers, always at tract3 the gailery whenever he plays. Yesterday afternoon, the crowd stuck close to Travers and K-lrkby during the entire trio, and although it was quite apparent at the tenth hole that neither would capture the rr.edal, the spectators continued to trail the for? mer champioa. Drivcs in Old Form Travers ehowed flashes of his old time play, particularly in his driving. Virtually every amash from the tee Was of good length and carried straight down the mlddle of the lane. but "he was somewhat off color on his ap proaches and putted poorly. Kirkby went along very well untfl he reached the thirteenth hole on his afternoon round and then he started to oam al'. ever the course, into bunkers and traps, and hooked and sliced several of his drlves for good measure! H. A. Topping, of the Greenwich' Ciub, who marie a big hit with his r.o-.v '?ilk shirt, which he claimed he bought at 20 per cent off, was evidently con aiderably aided by his natty attire, for he shot a 77 in the mornir.g and fin? ished with the excellent total of 159. The caris of the four leadeers fol low: MORNINO Out? D. E S?wy?r. .4 S 4 4 3 5 4 3 E?37 F. IV. Dy?r. ..6 5 3 4 4 J 3 5?37 J. S. D?an. ...544-t-i.-.;- -37 J. O. Anderson.4 :. 4 4 3 4 3 3 6 ?36 In?D. E. Sawyer. . .3 5 3 3 5 I 5 . F. W. Dvrr.g 4 8 3 ' * ' 1?37 74 J. ?. Dein.3 5 4 3 5 4 .. 5 4?3 ?J fJ. Arsdsrs'.r. ..53436465 4? X 5 AFTBRXOON Oot?P?w??r ...4 44445S3 6?39 Dyer .4 5 454443 7 ?40 I>an .54653454 6?4 1 Anderson .644454 5 5 4?40 Ia? Saw. t .....543464354? Dyer .3654643 4* - 7 ? J>?ar. .44446445 Anderson ...55363443 C?38?7S The draw for the first round. made ij the genial Bill Potts at a late hour last night, resulted as follows: Knrt half?Paul -???. Steami, Anl?r.ifn va. Murdy, O. P?acoo*. va. L'-an. P?ei?y vs. J^rry. Sawv?r vn Scharff, Van Vl< wrrell. Kirkby va. u. Rtce, K. A. Haifht ?? Na?h. 8?cor><l half?Jerry JJ^avera vs. Blchard ffr.. !:?? va Ward. j'.?*ki^ va. Wa ker, Joppin -.-?. Polnaatte, Hubba-d vs. Hol ?cd. y.'-' -.o Dyer, Worth otjton v.t. &*-!?, Proa: vg. White. The firmt pair will get started at 9:30 *? s morning, ar.d the last pair are ?jhed-j>d -o tee off at 10:45. EMYEK Golf Special3 9 IH \ f. GOLF BALLS at uniisual priee reductiorui GOLF OLTFIT <-?-.*4*f<nj of reinforrei '-"?. '? ?r'Y'.'?n) clitl>l Reoviar ?pr\rj) %2i WKCIALt.Y $4 ff -95 PRICHD ai. '15 WCWD ot.. 8'## Fi~\fiM Davegn "Eoon Omy" FieviaJiheil Q o l f Ball* ftet/ular frric* tfl 00 .9.5 i '4 : i GOLF SHOES Ptm qsiatttt/ Uathrr, Ku)h w Iovj out Jttiniierr prirr* t.'-Jb'^. GOLF SUITS At Gommodure Store On! v fasy ru\*3 fJolf fluAts of naUth twoid. Tiegular FOUR SPORT SHOP3 COMMODORF. HOTEL n% WBT 12.1TH ST. <'>u*r, arantafa) ?3I BRrMDWAf I '?' || Hl I li CORTLANDT 5T. ?CV^ \ The Summary CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION ? D. B. Sawyer, fiiwanoy. 71" . Frank VV. Dyer. t'pper Mont? clalr . 74 ?T. Slyipson Dean, Prlneeto'n..'.'. 73 ! J. G. Anderson, Slwanoy. 75 Oardlner W. White, Nassau.. ~>i 1 A. 1,. Walker Jr., Rlchmond Co :i ! A C. Perry, Fox Hllls. 79 John N Stearna Jr., Nassau.. 81 Rdmujnd W. Nash, Rockaway 81 .1. Topping. Oreenwlch.. 77 Iton K. Kerr, Oreenwlch, 79 . Harry Scharff, Scottlsh Amerl ' "*n . 81 Harry K. B. Davis, Kng'.neers' 79 Oswald Kirkby. ESnglewood... 81 C !! Paul, Oedney Farms.. . 81 , Jerom D. Travers, Upper Montclalr. 7 8 , F R ., mond Holland, (V'ei Bur-.i .J4 Allan Poinsette, N. V. News? paper .Sl R. F. Mundy, Garden City... 81 John M. Ward, Garden City.. 80 1 tr&ntlan 1 Rice, Bnglewood... 83 W. !' Secley, Brooklawn.... 77 Fred F. Turrell. Morris Co_ 79 William Reekie, t'pper Mnnt elair . 85 Rlchard HaJght, Prlnceton.., 79 J. S Worthitigton, Siwanoj . . 88 J. B. Hale. Glen Rldgo. 81 1 John T, L. Hubbard, Brook _ law,< . 83 82 i?j Fred B. R:chardson. Morris Co. 84 81 165 Grant A. Peacorit. Ch?rrv Val 1 ?'8y . 83 82 165 ' Plerre Proal, Deal. 83 82 165 ; C. E. \'an Vi.-cit Jr., Green ?wlch . 88 SO 16fl TIITP.D SIXTEEN ' Morton T,. Fenr'-y. Garden City 84 W. B. Sparks, Prlnceton. 84 [Bernard H. Rtdder, National.. 80 C w. O'Connor, Essex County 81 .O Li. Conluy, Slwanoy. 87 , A. .1. Mi udea,' Siwanrjy. sl : Roger D. Lapham, Apawamis. S9 Regtnald M. Lewis, Greenwlch 85 '.<?'. K Purcell, DUnWOodle. 83 ' Ray W. Thompson, Bngmeers,. 85 rVilllan Wa Uace, S ottish American . 86 . iwamls. 83 : ? in, Morris Co.. 85 B on, Hudson River - I J. D. i ?? ,<?? mvieh.... S7 E, Mortl - Barnes, Engle wood . S 3 FOURTH SIXTBEN ?:\~ dd Rowe, Cherry Valley, 171; F. H. priggs Jr., E.ngineers, 171; '.leorge A. Dlxon Jr., Nassau, 171; George T, Brokaw, Ro k, 172; T V Blrmlugham, VN kagyl, '.::-. a. C, Gregson, Bell clalre, '"-. C, N Peacock, Apawamis, 17:',; Frank 1 M. G-)u!tl. New York New?, 173; Ellls , Adams. Easex County, 173: Charles H. Br wn, Hudson River. 174; Leo 1.. Leven tritt, Woodmere, 174: Se-ney Plummer, i s, 174; Francls Oi Robertson, Meadow, 174; Charles C, Llma, I Mahopac, 175; Wiiliam F. Ladd, Rock? away, 173; G. Clinton Miller, Rockaway, Skeeters Down Syracuse In Opener of Series, 4-1 Syracuse was unsuccessful in its first game of the season at Jersey City yesterday, losing, 4 to 1. The visitors made only one scratch hit off Fergu son until the- ninth, when they scored oii Walter's single and McGrainer's double. Buckley was hit hard in the early innings. The score: JERSEY CITY (T h.) 8TBACU8B (I 1,1 ,v> r h po a <? ?b r li po a n Zlrrnan, ?s. 4 1 2 0 1 ii Dmelicra, lf. 4 00 3 0 0 4 110 w-i lers. 2b. .411 i 0 (i ? l 2 0 0 < leiser, cf. ... 4 0 0 u () 0 T- N'le, lb -l 1 1 13 0 0 McGralner, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0 ? .41210 0 Carlstrom, lb 4 0 0 K 2 o Mooers, 3b. 3 1 '.' 1 8 OlMcAlptae. 3b 400 2 2 0 ' 2 0 '> 3 0 ; Bei ??. M ,.. 2 0 0 2 10 Frelta*. c 8 0 0 : 0 OlNflbergall, c 30 1 8 2 1 Ferguaon p30 1 o 4 OiBuckley, p... 30 0 1 4 0 Totals 143 -.'-:> Titals.3113 24111 . ,,-. 0000 0000 1?1 Jersey Ctty 113 0 0 0 0 0 x?4 Two-ba: ' '? De Novlllo, McGralner. worth, Ferguaon, Kings Double plaj -Buckley, Niebergall on bases?Jersey ?i . ? . Baaes on balls Off in, 2; oft Buckley, 2 11 it by pitcher Zitman). Struck out By _ isort, - l :? Buckley, .3. Umplres? ter and Derr Time of rame?1:35. Belmont Park Entries FIRST RACE?1 lalmlng; threa-year-olda > ?: u- turlongs; main course. ."? Tlt'e Decl lon, . 122 "" S-?r*",i .118 Go O Aba lana.115 ? ? ? i: v A len 110 - Hindooatan .113 ? ? ? ; '?A auma ..115 .: ?? .. ; ? ' irand National ? ? - se Handicap; four-year-olds | bout three mtlcs. 352? DoctoiTe ? 1351(382 Rellanca .143 ? - . - Dealer 154 378* Sklbbeieen -137 THIRD RACE?liyde Park Handicap; ?;;r: three-year-olda and upward; one : and a :''i.-;onff. gg4 Tetlc? . 8213S5 Snapdraton n...10(| ?'ijih II ...130I 33:>? Damroacb .112 | 184 Thrtft . ?8 FOCRT5I RACE?The Sunbonnet Handl- j mares; three-year-olda and upwa-d; ' ? :??-: a ...... .".0S89?HU f"ho1o?.120 1 rpatra ,.186 43 ?Tailor Mald_ 87 i polla 104 .43 SalTeatra .118 ? .: niloura . 98 :-: -Malden two-year-oid fllllea; -.if four and one-half furlonga; ?traighl 8?K ?Wlae ri'vra ... 110'24* Canteen Olrl _115 193 T*-r Laaals ,.. 1131851 Gladyi .113 81XTH RACE ?Malden three-year-olda; - - rrlc* Star ...1151388 VrAmaai .115 381? (Vmrt rool .. ..11-1 - 8?khet .110 820 !>!:?* ' &rs . 113 - E':.-]. Johr.nen.113 itltuti ' .. .110 158* Uuj-al Jf?U)r -113 ? A^toa 115 Latonia Results ?? rlf, (claimlngr; nurw 81.200: for raar-olda and upv-ard; aljt fu.-ions"> '.. lon, 112 (Morrlaey), $12.50, 87.00 an'' $4.40, won; Dr. Carman, 113 (Con ??:, |j , (field), $22.70 and $8.70, second; ;-.. .. J? ?!-. 110 'i O'Brlen), 82.70. third. .a : 2 r. Lady Luxury, Docod, i.er. i 1 i ondtilt, Madg-a F.. > and Ba ? I alao :*:\ : race (purse $1,300; for ;-;a!d?n ir-olda: five furlonga l - My Roae, 112 fRoblnaon), $6.60, $3.80 and $3, won: Bleanora, 112 Connelly), $17 10 nnd 1? aecond; Mary Jan? Baker. 112 (Luna for<1)i, $4.70, third. Time 1:012-8. Mar UcKay, Sepant. Coaette, nit of . aen an I Berth* 3. also ran. Ird rn.c^ (clalmtng; purae $1,200; for lf and upward' mlla and a ?l B " ???, Oroen, 112 n'anfleld). $46 - JH' <i0 and $7 40. won; llarlock, 107 (Carmody), 17 ::9 and }4. aecond: Parla 107 "''?-.nnelly). $110. third. Time. 1 <-; i '. Mclancholia, Huffaker, Tamtt, Night W'nd, W P. I'uhriy. Btirnlay. Mad ra? Olngham ar,d Frank Wilaon alao ran. th race 'purae S1/.00; for filllea; tbree y??r-o;da; ?!x furlonga.1?Furbolow, . afortt), $'?' $0, $5,90 and $8 ?0. won. p)W#?t !.'?..<????/, 112 (Helnrich), $15.30 and a?eond| Rsfugea M. 104 (Widai, !-? Time, ! -12 >, '?? Eaatar i--.ow.-r. Lady ln Black, Mile, Da.j-.la. Ortoka, 4 - /. : : -. 0 :!?> P.'./a-, Mazola and I^ad) Moi -.- .oy alao ran Fifth raca (Stnton llotxl Handloap; purae $2 500; for three-year-olda and up - and a ftu ong)?Ba Fr?n?, in ? . '.' i . t'j Kiid $2 60, won; ? Pennar '. 110 " iarn?: j. $o $0 and 84.&0 aecond; Paatoreau, 102 (VViiaoni, rd " nu 1 !?0 4-5, Handa of Dimuk and l-.ir,g Corlnnn alao .- cth raca (Itoaedal* pnrae $l,600i for fo-jr yeai -.^la ar,-! upward; inile;-???Kegaio, |'il ' i .!,-.? ? ,'ji. $; 40, % i,<) and H 30, . . '-..-,-/ M oo ..'gi'-ur. 10$ (Wldw) -, I Si 1 t, War Pr!z?\ Vlva | . Ba tl- I-. 10| (Wid?), $2 50. a, ll?iv?l King and Dark Hill a!*o mo th r?'-? friaimlng; purae $1,200: ? ? : /pward; rr.ii-s aivi u. ni?' ' .' x Louder ! :'i t<~t*r ?. . 13.60 | 1, and $4 wr,r- liryrtllmah. ;:?, (carmody? $J,76 and $3 ')'>, aar.otui, ? . . ( ?. I hlrd, Time, i iv Kiing ???/,??.?? f.,/-. Orey K?gi?. ;? ntared' ilhena, Trophf, Axfao and i^Met* Golf Local Women Score Easily ln Cup Match Mrs. Gavin Beats Miss H. Curtis. Boston :Mrs. Heck scher Wins in 23 Holes Speelal Corrmpondcnt of The Tribune PHILADELPHIA. June 9. ? New York's strength at the tail end of its team decided the opening round of the women's golf team matche3 for the Griscom Cup at the Philadelphia Cricket Club to-day. New York de? feated Boston by a margin of ten points to five. Only two matches were decided before the seventeenth tee was reached and two went to extra holes. Mrs. Morris Hecksher, New York, de? feated Mrs. E. W. Daley, Boston, onlv atter five extra holes were played the count beins, 1 up, 23 holes. Mrs! W. A. Gavin led off for New York and de? feated Miss Harriett S. Curtis, Boston's No. 1 player. only after a most strenu oua struggk. Mrs. Gavin scored an 86 when they played out the bye hole. New York showed an early advantagr as down in the "Devil's Ritchen," where the gailery has gathered every day to watch the play on the three hazardous holes bunched there, every Metropolitan player wiio passed was up or even. Mrs. Gavin sank out in two putts aa did Miss Curtis on the opening hole, but needed 3 at the next and was 1 down. Mrs. Gavin scored a beautiful approach in the third for a par 5 and got a 3?5 on the next, two which made her 2 up. Miss Curtis, after a long drive, got home in 2 at the long sixth with her wood and was down in two putts, but she took a chip and three putts at the seventh, and when they halved the eighth and ninth Mrs. Gavin was 2 up at the turn. Mrs. Gavin was off the line at the tenth and got an 8. At the fourteenih she had a 6, and a 7 at the 16th boosted her score. Teams representing Philadelphia and Boston will meet to-morrow. The win? ner will meet the New York team in the final match on Friday. The cards: Mrs. Gavin? ?ut. 555S6738 S?43 In. S4435374 4?43 88 Miss H. Curtis? ?"t. 54846 5 55 5?45 In. 7 5 4 3 7 2 7 4 6?44?89 Miss Margaret Curtis, of Boston, had a romarkablo home journey, made against Mrs. Charles Knight, 'the Eng hshwoman, who is playihg from Gar den City. Their cards: Misa M. Curtls Put. 7 4 6 3 5 6 5 5 6?45 lrix, ?????? 74336366 3?40?S5 Mrs. Km?h: ? ?ut . 5 5 6 4 5 5 4 6 5-44 Ir>. 7-14 3 5 4 7 5 3?4 2 ?? 6 McGrath Wins Hammer Throw at N. Y. A. C. Matt McGrath. the former hammer throwing and 56-pound weight eham? pion. won the Irt-Dound handicap hammer throw at Travers Island yes? terday afternoon. McGrath had a handicap of 5 feet and his distance was 167 feet 5% inches. James C. Lincoln, of the New York A. C. won the javelin throw from scratch, with a distance of 182 feet T inches. W. Rosenburg? of the Glencoe A. C, took first place in the, running. hop. step and jump, with a distance of 45 feet 11 % inches. His handicap was 1 foot 6 inches. The remaining events of the New York A C spring games will be held on Satur? day. The summaries: t Throwlng the. javelin (handicap)?Won ?'V;;''-;*-'. L'n<:0ln, X. Y. a. C. (scratch,. ."' , . , ' ,'!?.,;,VS: L. Sarrlnen, unattached |-o feet), l.j feet 7 nches, second . O C ?:? ? N T.K. C. ,25 feet)" 167 ieet t> . Inohos, third. 16-pound ha:nrner throw (handlcanl? ' Won m Matt MdOrath. N. V. A. C (5 feet I i'V',8-1,1 'i\ch,e?8j ?' "in r?nw?v, Paatlme A. ij,j feet), 105 feet 9H Inches, aecond; .-'.' Speers, Prineeton Univeralty (25 feet), and T. J. Anderaon, St. ChristoDh-r Club (26 feet), 168 feet 7 Inches Ued for 7H,|n b:' Y"- Rosenourff. Glencoe A C (1 foot 6 inchea), 46 feet.11ft inches' H frem N y. A. C. ,6 inches) 45 ' feet iV,- oht,K Beo?nd; J. Houiahan. X Y A? <?? i2 f^>. 4 4 feet 11^ inches. third. W omen Golf ers to Play 54 Holes for Title PHILADELPHIA, JuiTe 9.?Next year's tournament for the women's Eastern golf championship, which will be played at Boston. will be a 54-hole medal play event, instead of 36 holes. The tournament will continue three days and it was announced that Miss Panny Osgood, of Boston, has offered a shield for inter-city competition as an added attraction. Mrs. M. D. Patterson, of New York, was elected president of the associa? tion. Tourney? Spain's Participation In the Olympic Games Regarded as Doubtful "ItTADRfD. June 9.?Doabt whether Spain will send a team to the coming Olympic games at Antwerp is. expressed by the newspaper "ABC." It declares the Spanish government is the only government which haa not subscribed toward the cost of its team's tra'ning ex penses. "ABC" points out that the team's participation in such a meeting would be of enormous benefit to the country. But. the paper adds, ac? tion must be taken immediately be? cause the cntries close in July. Gardner Is Onlv Yankee Survivor In English Golf By Arthur S. Draper Special CabU to Tha Tribune | Copyrlght. 1920, New York Tribune, lnc : MUIRFIELD. Scotland, June 9.?The i fourth and fifth rounds of the English j amateur golf championship were de j cided here to-day, and at the end of ! the day's play the field had been re . duced to eight contestants. In the j morning J. L. C. Jenkins, the playing i through champion, was dethroned by j Bernard Wragg, ihe match going to i the nineteenth hole. Jenkins is the i seventh of the eight previous. chanu j pions to fall in this tournament. | Robert A. Gardner, of the Hinsdale Golf Club, Chicago, twice holder of j the national title of the United States, i defeated Jack Faclntyre, of Cardross, ? who had been playing winning golf j here. The American turned L up, but ! his steady playing soon gave him a | substantial lead. The match ended at | the sixteenth green, where Gardner l waa 4 up. i America will be represented among i the last sixteen, as Gardner also won ; his second match of the day against W. i Jobson, of Stoko Poges, 6 and 5. The | American reached top form in this round. He got fine length in his drives i from the tees and played his iron shots | with plenty of snap. He also putted i beautifully. His opponent had been i playing superb golf in the previous : rounds, but he caught Gardner at the '? time when th,e latter was at the height , of his game. Gardner is now the only survivor of the American golfers who were en? tered here, as Nelson M. VYhitney, of ; the Audubon Golf Club, the only other American to reach the fourth round, was eliminated by Gordon Loekhart, of Prestwick. Whitney played brilliantly, ; but he found the Scotchman in rare form. The visitor reached the turn, 1 up, but his putting went bad and Loek? hart won at tho seventeenth hole. Harry Hilton, another ex-champion, was beaten at the last hole by R. H. ! Howie after having his opponent three down at the end of the first half. Hagen and Barnes Drawn In Same Braekets Abroad and July 1, Th* qualifying games will be played in two sections?-A and'B. The two Americans. Walter Hagen and Jim Barnes, will play in the same sec? tion?A?in which also Harry Vardon, the title-holder; Arnaud Massey, Abe Mitchell, Jack Whits and Angel dellft Torre, the Spanish champion, are nl.M vinfr International League GAMES TO-DAY Syracuse at Jersey City. Baltimore at Reading. Rochester at BufTalo. Akron at Toronto. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Jersey City, 4; Syracuse, 1. Baltimore, 9; Reading, 4. Rochester. 4; BufTalo. 1. Toronto, 12; Akron, .">. STAXDIXG OF THE TEAMS W.L.Pct.l W.L.Pct. BufTalo. . 31 15.674 Read'n 21 23.477 Toronto... 29 16 .644JJ. City 1S26.^09 Ba'more.. 29 17 .MO Roch'r 17 30 .362 Akron. . . 23 19 .548 Sv'c'se 11 33 .,$50 Racing Summaries BELMONT PARK RACETRACK, JUNE 9 393 Fl!'tsT t*.CE -Claiming; for inaldoii two-year-oMa; purs?. Jl.l?3.'j(i. Flra furlooga. stralB-ht. Nt.art goud : wm-. drivlng; pi&i? same. Tlmo. 1 00 1 -.1 Winner, br. g. ly MadrtgaHan.? Infarno Queen. Owner. TUl 1'arr. Tralner, W. i.artii.__ todel Starter,_Wt._iJ V. St. \j % y? ria. Jw-m-y. Open. High. Cloae. Plaoe, 3h. 888? Hot Btuff . 118 S 1 a? ia i? in HamiltOT... .8 fl 5 4-5 888" Rowanna . 1U0 2 2 2" a" 2?4j 2J T. Rowan... 4-5 1 9-20 829 Ballotcar . 107 1 4 1 ^ jt> 51* ?,' Zoollor 8 7 7 3 3 __T_.J!5!'I_j:V.;.,?itr"*". :_il*_4 3 4 4 4 4 BchutUngcr,_j? 10 7 3 -2 ? Hot sturr mored our. at the ftiriong pulo, but woaitened ln the ia.it aUceonih. Rowanna dropped back nt tho laat. fur]<n;x. t>ul rune on again and ftnishod ywry atrong. Ba.iotcar ?a* a .:onl<>iider for ha.1 a miio. thcvi tlrvd. 39't SECOND BACB-?Steeplanhaae: aeUlng; fir fTur-year-olda and -.ipward t pu.Tie, $1,000 About two milea. Start gpod; won niwUy; place ?ame. Time. 4:22 1-5. Winner. I) jr by Tu.rblne ??PVaclllta._Ownar. Mra V A. J^rk._Tralner. T J. Dopotl le Indox. starter._wt_P.IV_st._s? "i 1'3 l-".n. -I ?Kt iVp.'" HiKh rfose.' I'Ure! Sh. 84(M Quel I'.ocheur ... 111 ~2 "1 glT lt, ja fi Barnaa B-2 " | ?? , 840 Kuplr-a .141 4 4 0" 4' 2? 2" Buah.. 4 6 8 3 S.'.S' Khomb . 1:18 5 3 ,M .1" S? 8:? Mcritlor S !S 3 6 5 > - Mohab . 144 3 a i* S'tt 4? 4' Uanna. , . 20 30 ?,0 s 4 858? Worwtdaie . Tll 1 . 7 5 5 B Kennedy 8 8 7 2 - NorUiwood . i:<8 7 7 4" lo-Tusud. Mahoney. . 20 20 20 : .822 Iufld U , ., p-ell._rjrawfirrd_4_- __: 1 \ guol Bonhuer ?u csaliy biwi; Jumped well, had all tha anr?d on tho flat and won. breezlng Itunli-o, ran a. vory ?"??! ra--o. Khomb tired 011 tho laat Uim of the field. 395 'nuIUj ttACE Tllfl KEEiVB MEMOKJAIil for two-year-okls; purje. 83,000. Fly,, and a half furlonga. Start good: won drivlng; pi:u? name. Tlmn, 1 06 3-6, Wlnnar hia ,? bv Peter P?i iryat. Owner. H. P._Whitney Tralnar, Jtmee Rowe._ ' " ^^."?i:_JWt_?"' 1' "Vt! ^ H H Fln. .lo.-koy._Open. Hl? Close acB.~3nT (847) Tryatar .,... 12H 1 1 i'i fS 21 1" Ambroaa. .. 4 T 1 4-fl ? j Kirk r^rlnrton... Jia j 4 31 ;i 14 2' Turner. . . h 13 is 44" (8K7j ?Normal . 1 i ?, 4 2 4 4 4 3? Pator.. . ? g 7 ; - _ J,<iJ N'ani-y I^ew. 103 8 8 3' 8? 3' 4 _Rk? __ . M B-J ?-, 2-^ ? ?AddVd atartor. Tr/tfr ran an lmpr-Mlfa rar? undnr U10 weight: rared with I?ylngtor. 'o tho oUhth polo, wharo ho nopm^l to waaX-m and droptXKl ba/-Jc; oa nn on again under a !.ard drfvn ajid Rot. Lhe .1 ln tha last Jun-.D KJrlt I?rti,?tuiii ran a g'j<?l. ga ma raro. Normal ciowl tpit strr^-.g after tolng oiitnia to :!i? ia^t furlotig. Sniicy l^-o tir^l. 396 F"! RT'1 RAC3D?Handloap: tnr tliroa-year-olda and upward: puraa, (1.893.84 Ono mlia Start gnod: wori hanilliy; plaro d.-lrtng. Tlrao. 1 14. Wlnnar. t.r. h.. tn \ ami^s -Bwaet s?'i.-n Ow??r, ?;??...,, C00J Tralnar, W, Martln._ ! -?' ' " ?> ?".!??_~* " Wt l-.K Hiu |j H ^ F1?" "JwK^y Open. High. CJoaa, Place S:^ ? Sluart . 102 1 S 8 1" l1 l'? Oallahan .. 3 fl " : ? 5 S12 ?(??!! Taaaol .... 114 8 4 8l 4* :<l 'J!' Kununor <-, 1 7-i - |.) 84.H Andarlnua . 110 1 8 1& 2" 2^ 1' Koit/m. 8-5 j j_H j 3 263 Buper . 09 g 2 21 re 4? 41 Hooney., . 15 20 15 , , ?ZT_-*Ci..Tu* . ]la ? ' 4HS 8 5 Fator_ , 8-fi 7 3 7 io ?fllldreth <-.ntry.~ Jwk 8tuart wwit lama in tha paddotdt and hia tralner wantol him aicuaed, but tho hurae wa'itcd out ln a f? DilDUtaa and tho itewuda ordor?d him to tho poat lin w?a off ?iow hut ra<x?l up to tho lead rouoding tho t'irn, drow out ln llui ?U-oti-J. and ?on woll ln hand I '.jm Tawoi eloaed faal t:.nugh tha .a?t fUi'long and noaed out Audadou* for tho plara ln tho iaxt Jump. Cl.-rus had no upwd 397 1"""''li RA.CSB?daUlns; for maroa U:r?a yeara oid and upward. purau. $1,103.96, sii fur lonto). taain oourae, Start goodl won oa?Uy: ploc-a drlylng Timo. I 14. Wlnnar r-h n t-,? FUr Play lp* Ua Ownar and '-raljior, l^Jvraft._ ' ' ' >'!??' Blartarr ?- i-'^Mt. W H . S_Pln. Jocfcey Opan. Hliri irToaa PUoaT - h. j ? ?? i !0~ 4 1 ll I' IH l'tt IVRowanl 7 1 3 ? 30 ui i b Taclia ryoauat i"3 1 r> ?' 8? :i? 2!l Zowiior.. .10 12 10 6-1 1 9 881" locuat l<-a?.? . 1W .1 2 2' 2% V :t" -nirner 16 15 q S ?? 1 ThlaUa gu?wi . IOAH 2 8 4S r, 6 4? Ponca ... 30 30 30 S , ' .'??!-. 1 0!j __ 8 _4_ 6_4Hi i7 r. HtapUrton_4 .*, 5 (\ 5 j_S Imtao hr.*n in motion. mado all tho runnlng and won with plonty"ro~"apiirn Taohe (VQau t aailght I>?au.i Ix>a??? Urmg and goi tlio pla?o la tb? la?t fow yirda, Tho lattar wcakoned fn?m cli?? 398 H'-v-'1'" RACSB?For ihraa-yoar oida; purao. $1.303 06. Ono mlla. fltart gno-1 won aaally (rliu-n ?arn?i. Ttim. 1 tiO 3-3. Wlnnar. b. <? . by I'rtn-o PllnHno TCIlflnTUn (hvn?r i- vv' tft\ Tralnw M Klraeli_ff' '? w Indjl < ? ?..: WU P.P, tSU 14 H /%_FjT JyUoy f>pon High. Cloae'.~Plaoa. Bhl S84> l?.?.-;?..ii iS8 1 z ';? 1? 1? 1' ffirroi!., 1 tt-3 3-"? ^"^ .'l.'? liavtil lUr-im .11* 3 1 S? JV4 ?? ?? Fainirwlior. I ', - 1 2?1? Alsnivraary . 114 2 8 4 4 B? :<? It.htn R .-, 5 2 11 3 11 _$10 Haatan On ..,..., 121_4__4_2_;_a* _ 4 ? B.n,utniig?r. i_o__ir, u J i l)'?iii?.i<f.a i.aii al! 'ho ?rw?i ind wiai riromlna. l)av|,l llaruui waa aaail/" haai Irf tha'otnara-Ar n!?>ir?ary h?/l Bd fariy ?pa?l, but maila up a lot ?! ground In tho ttnrtfti. Iltflan on ault ,o th. ?? t ot n?e furm.ga. n" M"' Vanitie Sma Trvster Victor By Mere Nose In Main Race With 128 Pounds Up Whit ney Two-Year-Old Covers " * ' Furlonss in 1:05 3-5 D By W. J. Macbeth That Harry Payne Whitney's two year-olds will have something to say about this year'3 juvenile champion? ship most everybody was willing to concede at the finish of the Keene Memorial, the feature of yesterday's racing at Belmont Park. Tryster, a fine, black colt by Peter Pan?Tryst, an nexed this $5,000 race in improssive fashion, showing a wonderfully game finish under a heavy impost, and after his misbehavior at tha post must have taken a lot out of him. Tryster picked up 128 pounds and ran the five furlongs through the straight_ chute in the fast time of 1:05 3-5. He had no picnic in win? ning. He had to be a true thorough? bred to triumph. R. T. Wihon'a Kirk Levington, an Olambala colt, which was making his first appearance under silk3 and which was in at 112 pounds, gave Tryster a battle that he will remember for some days to come. It was whispered around generally that Kirk Levington was the best colt in the Wslson string, and he looked the part every second of the race. From now on he should be a mightv tough one for any juvenile to beat. Mr Wil? son thought so much of Kirk Levington that, he scratched Sec'afield, a known quantity. Because he waa unknown Kirk Levington was held the rank outsider in a held of four. lt is safe to say that it will be may a day before he goes to the post with 15 to 1 laid against his chance. Third Money for Normal Nelson Ilooper added the cclt Nor? mal, which he purchased recently from John E Madden, and thereby somewhat save the face of the Keene Memorial, so far as making up known ciass to the held was concerned. He drew down ,nird money for his pains, though there were many of the opinion that he was asking too much of the colt to race nim so ot ten. Normal had won a race the previous day, as well as one Sat? urday last. Tryster, which is well put up, thoufh somewhat below the averag<> size of two-year-olds, was chiefly responsible n?r,=. etrdelay of flV0 m-?tes at the post. He reared and plunged around n a manner that must have taken a lot out of him. The four were off well enough at the start. though in the first few strides Normal and Nancy Lee bumped each other and were knocked back conside/ably rurner waa wide awake with Kirk Lcjington, got off well and held his charge straight as an arrow. Tryster was nght at the pacemaker in a few bounds, and as pretty a race as win ;?<- '-eon in a long time was on. Prac "Cally all the way they raced head to faftlrp/* th? SHeenth P?'* T^ter altered momentanly and Kirk Leving. ton drew away to almost half a length's advantage. Ambrose immediately went ^o the whip. and Tryster bounded up on even terms again. Turner drew his quirt in turn. Tt was a whipping finish from there home, tne lead alternating with every stride ' ' med But in the pinch Ambrose showed the better hor^>manship. He simply p,cked up his mou,.t and threw him across, a winner by a scant nose. -Normal. outrun the first half of the dis cance, finished strong, and raced away Vancy Lee, which stopped to noth mg m the last furlong. Theo Cook's Jack "scuart won the Douglaston Handicap, at a mile, after every one about the racetrack believed him Possessed of only three legs. Going to tne paddock Jack Stuart twisted one ot his p.ates so that it pressed on the frog of tne foot. Permission was asked to v.-1?hdraw Jack Stuart from the race. After the plate had been removed and a new one adjusted the stewards had the horse trotted on tne track before them and ordered him left. in the race Muarts price went soaring from 3's to t) s, "Old Fellow" Shows Specd Some few who rcmembered a similar expenenco of Eternal in Saratoga as a two-year-old took advantage of the more hberal odds, much to their profit VV hen it came to racing there was noth? ing m the heat but Jack Stuarrt, The old fellow u-as somewhat slow to beKin and had to race around the entire field on the bend. But he simply galloned home, despite this disadvantagl, ?-. the fast time of 1::j8l'-5. lt was a pretty fair day for form u'W* ArU?h ^? odd3-?"3 went down. Hot Stuff beat Ravanna in the openiiv dash; Jack Stuart took the measure of Corn Tassel, the best of the heavily played Hudreth entry in the Douglas? ton. Jyntee and Donnaconna, at odds on, took the last two races, showing the way from the start. Tache o' Gaun' nn outsider, which was left at the post" would probably have beaten JynteeI With an even break. Quel Bonheur, t-e i favorite, won the ateeplechase as he p leased. Walter J. Salmon, who owns Careful and several other fine two-ycar-olds. hns joined the list of breeders. He re? ceived word yesterday that his four year-old Butterfly II had foaled a -rray , tilly by Wrack at A. B. Hancock's farm near Lexington, Ky. ??-??-__ Real Action Promised Knockouts in feature bouts between! lightweights are rare indeed, but there is every indication that the scheduled I twelve-round wind-up hetween Mickey Donley and Chick Simler at the Bay onne A. A. to-morrow night will erid in one or the other rechning on the canvas before the limit. That is, there is likely to be a knockout if both carry out their promise to mix matters from the first gong. ?-??_ <*irl Kquals .Sprint Record HARTFORD, Conn.. June 9.?Miss Nancy Jaynes, of this city, a studen^ ai. rhe Oxford School here, to-day equalled the American record for women ' in the tifty-yard dash in the school track team. Her time was *i seconds. RACING \ T BEAVTlFl'I, $2000 Grand National 3 Mile Steeplechase HYDE PARK HANDICAP SUNBONNET HANDICAP uri.-l .1 Olhr-r Supurb f'ontenta, FIH.iT RACE AT l*:30 P. M. BPECIAIj RACE TRAINS leava ivnna. Station, .13.1 Bt. and 7th a ?? . alao Flatbush Av., Brooklyn, at 12 .:>> and nt Istervala up to 1:55 P. M Special ( um lt<-*(>rve?l for LiuMea. Couraa also r*ai-he;1 by troiloy. Omnd Stand ? Patidock, ?:t.no. Inolwrllns; \V?r Tax. 1 shes Record but Loses Botsford Conquers Kashio In Long Three-Set Match Jap Succumbs After Hard Tussle on Jersey Court; ThrockmortonAdvances By Fred Hawthorne. Gerald B. Emerson, of 0 range; Harold A. Throekmorton, of Elizabeth, the playing through champion; Abra? ham Bassford 3d, of New York, 7th Regiment title holder; Carl Joliffe, of New York, and Alrick Man jr., of New York, all advanced into the round be? fore the seml-final yesterday after? noon in the New Jersey State cham? pionship lawn tennis tournament on the clay court3 of the Montclair Ath ietic Club. Hammatt Norton, chairman of the tournament committee, announced last night that the singles will be brought down to the semi-final round this afternoon and that every attempt will be made to play two entire rcunds of the men's doubles in the effort to whittle the big field of forty-nine pairs into a more compact group. The match that held the attention of the gallery yesterday (and it was an unusually attractive gallery, num bering some of Montclair's fairest ferainine devotees of the gamel. was the meeting between Willard Bostford', of New York, and Seiichiro Kashio, the steady-going Japanese, in the sec? ond round. Botsford won, after three long sets, by a score of 6?3, 1?(5.8?6, the games score faiiing to indicate the desperately fought railies from deep court, game after game. At the end of it all. Botsford was far more tired than his wiry little opponent, and only his harder hitting and more 3evere service brougl.t him through in the final game. Many Prolonged Rallies Besides being extremely reliable when it comes to driving the ball from deepnacourt, Botsford is in command of excellent volleying strokes as he closes in at the net position. In the second set, however, Kashio was hitting so close to the lines that Botsford wns frequently caught a few inches out of position a3 the Japanese shot the ball through the smallest kind of openings, but tbese winning points for Kashio followed only long-drtiwn-out rallies. In the third set Botsford went into a substantial lead on games, but then Kashio gradually drew level and tied up the match at 3?all on games, al? ways playing his returns Boftly, but with great accuracy. Botsford fell into the trap, it. seemed, or perhaps it was j owing to his weariness, but he, too, started to confine his play to the back j court, with the result that the games : dragged out to fl-all before the young j Englishman could finish off the thir- ! teenth and fourteenth games. the final point with a beautiful overhand volley ! across forecourt a3 he came in on the j run to take Kashio's return of service.! One of the surprise3 of the day came I in the defeat of Edward Oelsner, for? mer Chicago crty champion, by Vinton I Vernon, of Colgate University, the sets ] going at 8?2, 6?4. Vernon is new to j local courts, but he won his honors I cleaniy yesterday in this third round! match. This afternoon the collegian I will face the winner of the match he tween Botsford and Edgar T. Appleby. Emerson Double Winr.er Emerson continued his hard-hitting path toward the final round. taking two matches during the day. In the third I round he vanquished Valentine Havens at 6?1, 6?1, and later defeated J. P. j Walden at G? 1, G?2. Emerson has learned the value of the soft volley at I the p3ychologica! moment. and many times in the course of his matches he I earned the winning points by barely j dropping the ball ove'r the net as his ' opponents lingered in backcourt. Throekmorton gave the gallery many 1 a thrill by his spectacular hitting of lobs and his lightning volleying shots, defeating George E. McLean at 6?0, 8?6. Man took the measure of Alfred D. j Hammett. in the fourth round by a score of 6?3. 6?4. smothering "the latter's c'nop strokes by aggressive vol? leying, although neither player was going at his best gait. Carl Joliife won two matches during the afternoon, de? feating Hoffman Nickerson at 6?4, 6?3, in the third round, and then put ting out Douglaa McBurney ar. 6- 2, 6- 4. in the fourth brackets The summaries; Men i New Jersey sta te chami ihlp 9lnglea i second round I - Wlll ird 1 I Cord defeated Seiichiro Kashio, 6?3, I 6, 8?6; F I> Powers defeated D, P Talley, <; :. i?6, a?t. Third r-iund-.I. P Walden defeati I E R Reese, 13? 11. 6 '. Gerald B Ei tei feated Valentine Havena, 6 ?1, ?: ?i; Ralph L. Basrss defeated Powers, 6?1 Paul Martin li te ited Harrj Sai h -?. 6 6?.'; Abrajiam Bassford 3d del ated -: French, 3.6, 6?4. 6?2; Carl Joliffe le feated Hoffman Nickerson, 6 l, 6 1 louglas Mi Burm y def -ati .1 Dr B I" Drake, 6?4, 4?tj. 6?3; Alrick Man defeated C, E Cameron, 6 ? 1, 6?2; S. V Rrubans defeated R. W. Seabury 6?; ; Frank Seilera defeated Ii. V Lake :? 6, 6?2, 10?8; Vinton Vernon def ati : Edward Oelsner, 6?2 6 Fourth round?Gerald Ii. Emerson de? feated Walden, 6?1, 6-2; Harold A. Throekmorton defeated George E Mc? Lean, 6?0, 8?6; Bassford defeated George DIx >n, -: - I, 6- .: . Jol ;''?? defeated M :Bur ney, 6?2, 6?4; Man defeated A. D Ham? mett, 6 ? 3, 6 ?4. Ray Ouimet Eliminated ROCK ISLAND. 111., June 9.-The de? feat of Ray Ouimet, of Kansas City, in the morning round of the trans-Missis sippi golf championship tourney by C. It. Reilly?of Minneapolis, was a sur prise. Tne latter won on the eigh teenth green. St. Lous Goifer Loses ROCK ISLAND, 111., June 9.?Ralph. Rider, of Des Moines. defeated Dr. L. H. Slocum, of St. Louis, 7 up and 5 to play, in t'ne rirst round for the cham? pionship of the Transmississippi Golf, Association to-day. Leicis Stops Basham For European Title T ONDGN, June 9?Ted "Kid" Lewis defeated Johnny Basham. the British welterweight ehampion, in their fight for the welterweight championship of Europe to-night. Basham was badly punished. His seconds threw up the sponge at the end of the ninth round. Lewis held the world'a welter? weight championship for several years prior to March 17, 1919. Mrs. Lynch Loses To Miss Wagner After Hard Fhrht Misr Marie Wagner, former eham? pion; Mrs. Benjamin F. Briggs. Miss Margaret Grove and Mrs. Edward W. Raymond, former metropolitan title holder, reached into the semi-fimil round of the singles yesterday. in the annual women's Xew York State cham? pionship tournament, on the clay courts of the New York Tennis Club, at 2.'!8th Street and BroBdway. Mi88 Wagnor defeated Mrs. Edward V. Lynch at 0?1, 8?6, making a great uphill light in the second set, when her | opponent led at 5?1 on games and was I within a point of squaring the match. It was experience, plus a strong volley i ing game, that brought Miss Wagner i through. Mrs. Raymond, who looks i like a finaliit with Miss Wagner, dn ( feated Mrs. G. B. Hirsch at 6?3, 6?2. The best tennis of the day was j played in the recond round of the dou? bles, when Mrs. Rawson L. Wood and i Mrs. Robert Le Roy defeated Mrs. Ray | mond and Mrs. Briggs at 7?5, 6_4. The summarles: ! Women's New York State championship singles i fourth round 1?Miaa Marie Wag j ner defeated Mrs. Edward Lynch, 6?2 8??; Mrs. Benjamin F. Briggs defeated i Mrs. S. Wolff, 8?2, 6?3, Miaa Margaret | Grove defesfted Miss M. Marka, 6?0, ??3 | Mrs. Edward W. Raymond defee.ted Mrs. GeOrge B Hiraoh, G?3, 6?2. Women's championship doubles fflrat round)- Mrs. Percy Wiibourn and Mra. <}. B. Hlrach defeated Mra. Bernard Stenz and Mrs. W. H. Pritchard. 6?4, 5?7 6?3; Mrs. Pam-je! E. Wanng and Mrs. E. V. Lynch def-ated Mlss Marion Westervelt and Mlsa JesMe Gott. 6?2. (5?2. : ! round?Mra. Rawson L. Wood anl Mrg. Robert Le Roy defeated Mrs. Edward W. Raymond and Mrs. Benjamin !?*. Briggs, 7?5, 6?4; Miaa Margaret Orove and Mrs. Lewis CJouverneur Morrla defeat? ed Mrs. S. J. Strauaa and Mrs. J. Rosen thal. 6-1. ti-u; Miss Marie Wagner and Mlss Clare ("assel defeated Mrs. Edward I.ana and Mrs. R. 8. Bioomingdaie, 6?2, 6?2; Mrs. Wiibourn and Mrs. Hirach de? feated Mrs. T. C. Casscbeer and Mrs. Ingo Hartmann. 7?5. 6?2; Misses Bessie and Violet McLean won from Mlsa Madelaine Mulqueen ar.d Mrs. J. Hoiden by dejauit. Third round-?Mra. Wood and Mrs. Le Roy defeated Misses B. and V. McLean, 8- 1, 6 : Manhattan Junior championship eingies (somi-flnal round)?Jerry Lang defeated Arthur Glore, ?>?1, 6?8. 6?2; Edward Kuhn defeated Parke Cummings, 7?&, Horba Earns Decision In Feature Army Bout The final bouts of the army boxing championship of the Eastern Division were staged last night in the ''9th Regiment Armory. The best bout of the evening was a six-round affair be? tween welterweights, John J. Horba. of Camp Hoiabird, and Jacob Becker. of Fort McHenry, the former earning the decision. The results: 115-pound clasa?w. .1 Heaney, Camp feated W. j Sherman, Edge- ' rsenal, six rounds; judges' decision. 121-pound class?Toney Chieorlco, Can ; H ilabtrd, defeated J McCann, Fort Myc r, ki oi '. iut ln flrst round; B. Bunlcke, Cai ;. B >ls drd, defeated Kid Burke, Camp Dix knockout in fourth round. Llgbtweight class?Danlel J Twomey, Camp Dix. defeated N. J. Dansl. Fort Myer, knockout in first round '.'. ? terweight class?J. .1 Horba. Camp blrd defeatt d J Be< Vr Port Mc Henry. *ix rounds; referee'a decision. Mlddleweight class?Harry Seifsteln, Fort Myer, defeated D, Kotaraky, Camp Dix, knockout ln fourth round. Kumagae and Hunter Annex Doubles Title Ichiya Kumagae, of Japan. and Fran cis T. Hunter, of N'ew Rochelle, won the Eastern N'ew York State championship lawn tennis doubles title yesterday af? ternoon on the clay courts of the Amackassin Club, of Yonkers, by de feating Frederick C. Anderson and Ben Letson by a score of 7-5, 5?7, 3?6, 6?8, 6?2, in a match that was filled with hard hitting and splendid volley ing. - a Tajreart in Yale Shell GALES FERRY. Conn., June 9.?Law renc.', rowing at N'o. 6 in Yale's second varsity eight, will be out for several days on account of an infected hand. Taggart will row in his stead. The Thames was smooth for to-day's morn rtig practice. The freshmen han a good mile-and-a-ha'.f row. International League AT BUFFALO R. H. E Rochester. n 2 ? l n i n o o?4 10 3 B iffalo. 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 9 4 Batterles?Burfien ! an<i Manning: Rogers and Bruggy. AT TORONTO R. H. E Akron. n n 0 2 0 3 n n n.._ 5 7 j Toronto. 10 13 3 3 10 x ?12 li 2 Batterles Lambert ar.d Walkers; Shea and Sandber^. AT REA IUNO R. H. E. re. 2 'i n fi 1 n n n n?5 *q Readlng . 00101020 0?4 9 2 Batterles?Ogden and Egan Barnhardt Karpp ai 1 Konnlck and Cook. GET "SET" FOR YOUR VACATION The Alex Taylor Store, being in the heart of New York, is a handy place to drop into for your sport equipment. Dependable qualily, prompt and courteous service. TE.NMS Rackets Hall-* Shoes Equipment GOLF < iluhs Balls Shoes Hose SWIMMING Suits Pants Shoes Sundries ALEX TAYLOR & CO.. lnc or^TT^Rs 26 East 42nd St., New York gggoS FOR XT*' to Resolute Bronze Sloop JL In Lead From Start to End Resolute's Allowance Foifs Feat of Qipping 20:10 From Columbia's Time By Jack Lawrence NEWPORT. R. I.. June 9. The cup yacht Vanitie smashed the world'a sailing record^for a triangular thirty mile course here this afternoon, when in a race that has probably never been surpassed for thrills and spectacular nianeuvering she crossed the nish !:n? f.fty-eight seconds ahead of the Reso? lute in the fourth of the America's Cup trials. The Vanitie's actual time for the thirty mi'es was 2 hours 52 minutes and 38 seconds. The best previous time for the distar.ce was that made bv the famous cup defendcr Columbia agai ?s the Shamrock II, in October, ltfOl.when sh? covered a similar course?in o hatfrs 13 minutes and 18 seconds. Thu world's record was shattered to-day by both the Vanitie and Resolute. Although the bronze sloopj designed by William Gardner led the Herreshoff er.try from start to fini*l\ she ??* abia to overcome the time allowance of 1 minute and 42 seconds s;-e was compelled to concede The latter, and the race is oflicially chalked up as a victory for the Resolute, the corrected time being: R?-solut?. ?; -1 .->it Vunitie . Of the four offic;ai trials i the ocean course ot? Brenton's Reef Light vessel the Resolute ia credited with three and the Vanitie with one. Another race will be held to morrow and probably will be a wind ward and leeward affair of thirty miles. Vanitie Impressive Again The bronze Vanitie showed all the dash, snap and vim to-day that she ?"> hibited in her thrilling victory over the Resolute on Monday. Boat for boat she proved fleeter than the Bris tol flyer on every one of the three legs sailed and there were mar.y bets jpade after she whiized around the first stake, with a lead of 35 seconds, that she would overcome her handicap and even up the series with the Resolute. Among those who vr;tnes?ed the race was J. P. Morgan, commodore of the. N'ew York Yacht Club, who declared later that it was the greatest battle between cup yachts he had ever seen. If Comm*dore George Nichols, ama? teur skipper of the Vanitie. had had any other opponent Bailing the Reso lute than Charie.j Francis Adams. he would probably have won with ease. It was Adams's dogged determination to keep his boal within hailing dls tance of toe flying Vanitie that go1 him across the finish line with some of his time allowance to spar-1. The Vanitie led the Resolute .across the starting line by some sixteen sec? onds. and from then until the tinish she fought desperately to shake off the pui - suing Resolute With ;i reaching jib, her huge mainsail ar.d skyBcraping i ub ?op->!ail settir.tr with tailor-made trim ness, and drawing perfectly, she looked like a giant gull as she gathered the fourteen-knot breeze into. her winga and scudded away for the first turn. This leg was a close reacb into the south-southeast. Reaching is bronze beauty's favorite outdoor pas time, and her magnnicent showing to? day is due in a measure to the fact tha; two of the legs of to-day's race were of this variety of sailing. The seeond l'--r was a run of ten mile3 down the wind. Vanitie Finishes Like Winner The : t leg was a tc n-mile over toward Coggi I !.< Ige, and her<> agam the bronze boat showed her to the Herreshoff entry. 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