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j?irkby and Sawyer Advance t
n
*li ?
?<
anitie Outsails Res ilute
Stars Topple
In Early Play
At Apawamis
Anderson, G. IVacock, Wal?
ker. Worthington Lose;
Champion toMeetMedalist
By Ray McCarthy
I Exceptionally close and exciting
laat-h-s, which produced several
sta.t-tr.g' upsets, featured the play
yesterday in the first ar 1 second
rounds of the Metropolitan golf cham?
pionship on the links of the Apawamis
Club, at Rye. No "Met" title tonrnej
has ever been more keenly contested
than this* season's, nor is it likely that
the quality of play on the whole has
ever beer, of a higher standard. The
w_y things are progressing, it is a
toss-up as to who will be the next
champion.
Oswald Kirkby, the present title
holder, has c.me through safely so far
bat already he has experienced stir!
f, ?p?osftion. He defeated Ted Nash
?.ho star little player of the Rockaway
in the sec?n i round, _ and 2, but foi
?no:. than half the distance it ap
i that the champion was due tc
.'ail.
Nash was playing in great form or
the oatward journey, and at the eight!
hole had obtained a lead of 3 ur
on the Englewood (X. J.) Club star
Or. thi , Lh green Kirkby, alth ugl
Itymied, '".?5 able to halve the ii
4. On the ninth, Nash fell down si
hard in his ; cttting he took an 8 an<
lost the hole, as Kirkby managed t<
get a 7. This left Nash 2 up ?oin;
-.0 the tenth : >.
Gets Half on Stymie
Kirkby won the tenth hole also
iespiti tl " ct he styi : ..
and '" 1 the
then I . wood Club player : e
. r al form, an i hje : t
formed so excellently on the remainin?
r.ve holes, that he overcame Nash'
kly forged ahead, win
oing ... the sixteenth.
Ou; ? ::.:'-.?.' .4 5 i 4 3 6 . 4 7?1
.3 454 3 444 S?3
la?Kirkby .4 4 3 4 S 6 4?
Si) b. 4 4 5 . 4 5?
In the morning round Kirkb;
started . is match competition by de
feating our own Grantlaud Rice, 3 an
2. Grantla id si cl e to h :
elubn* ay, t
?iips coming in gave Kirby an id
vantage which his opponent coul . .
.' v.r. who won the meda
and Jerry Travers are still going, a
are J. C. Stehrns jr., ??. nry Toppinj
Fr_.._ Dyer ; : Gardiner White. Bu
such stars as John Anders in, A. I
Walker, J. S. Wor ' ? ,: :., Gr mt I -
cock, Eddie Van Vi.ck. and others wi
view thi . . .ng contests from th
sidelines. All thepe nr.J more wei
brushed aside. Sawyer will r:*.c
lirkby in a third round match t<
{lay.
A player who went around in whir
wind style and who has shown some c
the best golf since thi meet opene
is Henry Topping. It was unfortunat
for To v.r. g Walker, the C ..:..... sta
that after a tough match with Williai
Reekie, thi New Jersey champioi
whom he defeated in the mornihg 1 u
in 11? holes of play, he should ha*.
encounter . pping at the top of h:
gar.-... All thing's considered it is r
wender Walker lost to the GreenwU
Ciu. player by 6 and *i.
Walker Loses on 19th
?Tne match between Reekie and
walk r ? .-? one of the best of the day.
Reeiv; was i 7:;. at the turn, going
m pir 35 to W. ;*. vas nip
ana tuck up * the fifteenth, at which
hole Reekie was 2 up. Walker took the
?iy.tser.th with a birdie 3, and on the
seventeenth hole he won out by getting
an eag.e ... Here he walloped a drive
of more than 275 yards, ?aid a brassie
dead to the pin and sank his ball in 3.
He then won the eighteenth hole and
went to the nineteenth with Reekie,
where he won the match.
T'r.eir cards:
Walser on?.. 54 4 3 3 3 4 4 ??33
,*7 out.. 44343453 5 ? 35
?*2*er In... 54346533 5?38?74?
??lue In... 4 4 i 4 ?: 4 3 5 6?10?75?
However, for the real scintillating,
give-and-take struggle the laurel wreath
t T* ?? handed Gardiner White and
J. b. Werthington, who battled to the
twer.t'fcth n01e. where the Long Irsland
star won out. Worthington, who hails
-roa Er.g.and and who wad former
chsmp.or?_ of Ireland, is a fine, game
f,?".!r- He plays in the good, old, mfc
t?odical, deiibera-e English manner and
?J? ?eta r,
w*"-'*e is a splendid player and also
?L ?o..er who has plenty of nerve,
?e showed that when he came from
Maud yesterday to defeat his Eng??h
?Pponent. Here are their cards:
Oa:~
?vi;?-.. 4 4 5 ? 3 3 4 3 *?37
?orth.ajton. - S 5 5 4 3 5 J 3 ??41
"or.t.arton.. . 44 6 35446 S?40?81?,
.}*V Sa,,r>;er had the time of his life !
eliminating' young Harry ScharfT and !
ggfc* himself in the running.:
SKlV w'*'*0 can ?arder a golf bail in !
m*h fiuhion, held his own with the?
?enlist until the final hole before he '
i?t out.
I^atonia Results
uJ?.r-.ri" f?1??????:. pom 11,?00; for
ICH* ?.iTSfvAii
Jg*? B'owa. 10*3 (Stack). J? 47. ?4.89
ran, 75 (Kin*). |G : j. v ? :.
r y:n?r W*!?l ? __,, Dr.
0^ /n* Efi*Ja'-^--. Accelerate and
fora*im^,Trr'>. i??*?????: pur.? It.tM:
j?'. ,,'??'? two ye,r? old; four and a
B ? ? n. 107
' *?;?. it V,. ;. r,: :._ g,,
gL ;.. ?** t). tlJW. 119 30. g
fcEfil V 7
>*t rvie.-. T1,inf "????'?'?? c*>r',> A*
**?"*??. ^r K*re and Twaaentha aiao ran.
tb'-X J^l ?<*la*roln#; P'ir? 11.100; for
~??'v ."'i'lV ''r" '" ??"? ?''?'"?'3 a ?.x te? nth) r
^* i,.0, l.M <1Wa?. ?'?O. I???. ?4.20.
Km! uSZr*-!!***? ****?. no (?otert?) >
5Serv ? ,r'/'**? l;47i-t. W. p. Mont
*Cl*"'r^,. ..';""'*'''*?'? V"'acular Olrl,
^??. ls>>.u;\ U> read Swe^p Jr. al*, ran. i
?uS^?^'?t* <th* Avondete; pure?!
?* 1u</.. :-r'*'y-?-r-r>Ul? *nd upward; |
**',!-*'"'"'?"''?'?? l9J ? Howard >,
^J ?'?,;/'' '<:;,?. ***'"*'- American Ac?,
A>w? ??i' *,?*'? ,24?- ?????d; Blue
'**? ran 'y "?'??? >. Iwla and Utorp
^'h,r^,"!!??^!"*: twee ?1.?00; for
|m S;*T ,;'dV' ::* ''< ?to, ,
?I-/ tl" '"fv '"? ''?'? <r ??r\*, ?SO.
ti? ?? Vv .''*"' ?* '';u' *
xfmSLm?4 '? ' -natit :
??^?-r.?r^Mi' *"f?T>r. wrae 11.300; tm ?
&?TU? i?:? ?il"a', V* '^'?-f'',>
ij?-??. ??w ?War end k. ?
R5X?' ,v ?'-? *- '? r? "?'?. ?* -? .
mJ* ? ? ' ." *> '???'?x?!. y> v.. ?. .. t ?
toto.i*\n* '%>,'._.$' ''" ',1 i'*?'****?'. Byrne. !
?tod l'i>rnt/ alee ran.
Summary of Match
Play for "Met" Title
CHAMPIO-?S-tl-* DI - 1 -ION
: in tl ? ? J. Steams,
. aul, G? In? '?'
? ?? - ? ; a n ???- ? Slwanoy,
... :. .... .- ? ... j . .
? , i rra.nl ! efceo ?. ' :herry V
.???.v. .: ??. . A i
Fox Hills, D. E. ?
Hanb; ?...-.?
can, i ?.r: C, E '? . ? en? ... de
F. .. Morris County, 1
1 v.iM Kirkby, Engrtewood, defeated
E! . !' :. v v.. ; and 2 ; K. \V.
. Nash, Rockaway, defeated Richard Halght.
Pri I an
:? ?? -- ! iin? j. D. Travers;
?v "?J F. B '.
?: an 1 I; J. M. Ward,
n City, ??:.! K. Hall , dien
Ridge, : up; !.. A. Walk ?r, Rl
v. itlfam ? L'pper
Moni air, I ip 19 b . Hen ry
Green-. h, 1er ' n 1 'oinset Le, New
5 ii '??'? wspaper . ? in Hubb i*d,
i Ii m : :...-.- ! ?n?J. W?a
Hur:*. . an . : . Frank V. . Dyi -, Upper
- defeated Hamilton K. Kerr,
' lr ?? ?? . : ' . A ? Worthing, in
Slw in? y, d fei '. V. B. Davis, E
n< ers, 2 and ;. Qai diner White, .
A Proal, ?. and 6.
nd . ?t.arn.. defeat) d Ander
? 2?3 ??? -
! ?. ted Van A : Klrkl
.-: ?? : Nash, 4 Travers defcai
Ward, 4?3; Topping defeated Walker,
fi?1; Dyer defeated Hubbard, 1 up, 19
holes; White defeat ! Worthlnrton i up
20 holes.
THI P.P e.TXTEEN
First round?B3. H. Drigga (Engineers),
_ ? . A.1 M- ndes (v Iwi noy i, I -i- ? :.
a K. ..<. i ? enes < Eng!? .
??? ? . . . by default J. V Cha man
Ore? v.? Ich), defeated M ;.. I .- ?Oar
en CI1 : ? " Harris ? Aga ivi
? . ?' '- i ? (Scot! A ?... ??-. . v .,
.. Raj . ?" ipson i Gog n ers i di -
: :: p'nsm (Asawamt ; .. :
V :-.?.;!: '?? ..- .? . ? ? . I
' ?:. , ' r : up 20 holes;
Dlxon jr. i - feated i S. Bei
River), . Hai : .-.
Cherry \'al ; I. ?!? ;'- il d t?. Ii
Se ?nd round
>-:?_-, I ? I - - ,
man, 6 ?enn
'"?'????
Gardner, Double
Victor. Earns Way
into Final Ro.und
By Arthur S. Draper
.' ? ? ' '? :';:?? ' ) The 7''
r > : 1920, New York Tribune, Inc.
MUIRFIELD, S ? ?tland, ' June 10.?
Robert A ' dner, the only Am
irvivoi ...v..eur golf j
;v rked his way ; ' ? ?
I to- d a y v ;?'."; r. -. ::.?'?" ?.
Thi ? aft -?:?:; ?on he d<
the Hon. Michael Scott, of the Royal St
. a Club, in the semi-final round
by 2 up.
In the morning round Gardner won
over Gordon Lockhart, of Prestwick, by
2 up. The former drew a large gal?
lery for,this match, and nine out of ten
spectators f< ' I :an ex
champion over the course '?
fierce battle to tl - ? -' eenth ;ve n,
? ?? ?? ?niished 2 up.
The Scatchm; -. * hole?
,,.;. -._.,. A
'?!' nker. 'i hey ha ved the .con i, vyl r
iardner n .. recov y.
-. ? y also ed tl hird I 1 ch?
ar ? ' . i ' 1 ?.??";;
hole. Gardn ;r took thi fin?
ished thi ' ne up. 1 ?? ? ?? '. ;?':
match right up to *; end. B h
played magnificent golf bul Gard
finally won out. rho .. h most of
tors ri 1 :'< r Lockhart, the ?
I : - :ular playi : g br?ugh
? .onerous applause.
[ . the mean time Cyril Tolley, the
? ? .-. rsity star, disposed of
J, G. Simpson, another Scotchman, 3
3P/i 2. Scott, who lost to Gardner in
the semi-iinai round, had a rath
match with W. J. Hunter, a son of thi
professional at Deal. In the other
match of the sixth round C. J. Mellin
defeated G. C. Manford, 2 and 1.
Favorites Get
Home First in
Feature Races
: Cleopatra and Square Dealer
Among Four Choices to
Win; Steeplechaser Dead
By W. J. Macbeth
Though there was little improvement
; in the size of the fields and nothing
' exceptional in the quality of thorough
':???;.? performing, yesterday's racing at
the Belmont Park track furnished more
1 than average excitement and form stood
; the test better than usual. Of four win
v. ins: favorites two bobbed down in
front in the feature races, and as there
: were no startling upsets almost every
; body went home satisfied.
W. R. Coe, after a great deal of
: tough racing luck, finally came into
his own with the good filly Cleopatra,
; in the Sunbonnet Handicap, the feature
over the flat. Mrs. Payne Whitney's
Square Dealer, odds-on favorite for the
Grand National Steeplechase, at about
three miles, with $2,000 added, beat
Joseph K. Widener's Skibbereen in ene
of the prettiest fencing duels seen
in years.
]?.ir raced head and head for
almost the entire journey and too);
the last fencee together. In the final
spurt through the flat, however. Square
Dei . ?? displayed the more reserve
na and w m ral er handily. VV.
s Reliance, which fence .
all the way, staggered, fell and died
right after the finish, giving Jockey
: Bush scan1 time to gut out. of the
way of the wreck,
I ijoui '-vas a well meant, thing for
the Sunl i.? t, being backed from 7
to I to 7 to '-'. This o:;e raced the
; out -)'?' Commander J. K. L.
1 o His Choice, the earl;- pace
: u , ;-. but had noth'inj loft when
nj ' ? leopatra. The latter,
to begin, closed with a *.eat ru? h
and ' iod a hard drive gamely I ? beat
jours i he [on the ??? st.
il ss's Damrosch sprang what sur?
pris ? here wa ? whe n he beal S im
th's Sunflash II., the odds-on
i te in the Hyde Park Handicap, at
a :? le and a I urlor v Damr h led
all the way and was under wrans at the
? !
Wise ?ove beat Fair Lassie in the
ur nd-a-half furlong dash, f
? fa*, rite repeatedly in the first
url ::. but Jockey C. Turner n g
cl '*i; foul. !?'"?'_ ' ira w n
e ? losing .-ven* at a mil ? for cheap
vst about as leased
ne started tli lay ri? ht by
g to an easy victory in tli o] n
ing event at six and _ half furlongs.
?n..T__r;t_G__a_ League
AT REAI [NG
R. H. E
Bait in re " n " 0 2 0 *i r> 5?15 20 3
* 2 G 0 0? 8 11 A
A. . ? A and Egan ; Ho]
. ? - ...
AT BUFFALO
P.. II. E
Rochester. 01120000 1?5 10 2
!o. 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 4 ? G 3 3
? ?.-.. ,.-...v ? L and Manning; Mc
'abe n B? ::; u -Ii.
AT TORONTO
R. IT. E.
Akron. 02402022 1?13 ; .1 :
... I v ?j o o 2 0 2? ;
Batter ? F ' rty and Wa Iker. Divin
Qulnn. II Pi v . . ...
n a c i il g summaries
BELMONT PARK RACETRACK, JUNE 10
399 FIRST B \ -v -??-.??; ... ? r-olds and upward , u ?e, i:.'.- I. SU an i a . ''
? -?* " ? . Time. 1:2 W -, b. g.,
" "
T. .????- ? . High, (.'in
? '???'?........ 1 S , .
. - . ? . 115 : 1 : - ' ?; ', . ? .... *. 0 G 2 1 .
: '? "? ?? ?'!.i ?i 7 S s ;,* ;.."??, i ?????... . 3 ;. . - -, t .
. : 2 ? . ' i . . ?:? A .-'... . 7 S ?? . ,
Us.113 i 3 tv? 7- 7? '" Mi van ,30 M 2U l?
-* ?i ? ?? On ,. ...' -, S f- Il ' ' ?,? _"urn?-r..... -i ? G :! \
389 Bobby Allen .. 113 1 6 8 S B " ? rp ly . 2D 2 ? 30 1 >
259 T ?? j.:_7 4 ._ ?? ?i-_?_ v 10 12 6
Abada :? ?. : the race safe ?v. the .... opened up _ gap . . th. stretch ivl ?? in a ?oping As?
sume dosed fast ? ? . ??'. ? .. ;,L..t furlong. V ?uneed hu * n wi Stepson weakened right ??* the e_.l.
400 BBCO?io BAC3-?THE GRAND NATIONAL .*-.*__._'LKCIIA?.*; for four-year-oids and upward;
.2.1 added. About'three tnll?_* Start go A won easily; place saine. Time, 8 05. _,'_..._.,
__.. __? '??' '?'?i-Ji*!: ?*) - P- ????'?% Ma.-. > ? .*.?. ? ? : .T. J. Owen?._
I ? _Wt. P.P. St. 1_rC vr^_st_ : i. Open. High. Close. Placa. Sh
v t 3i j* o? I i, ' : M :? Powers 3-5 _--5 1-4
137 1 2 2i? 1? 21? : ?i? Byer . 3 3 3 12
135 4 4 3? 3? :.?? :." J" ehevne. 15 15 ii 4
2_3 _4_4 4 4 4_ Bual 4 6 8 _ 6-'
.*-. uu_ ! - m . - ????-. raced on eran ternis v. ;?.?? ... - ..v?:,??, where the
?wot and w ......... | ,. the other two safe. B llance fen -yd poorly t__*-Ugl *ul
? i ropp? ? r finishing
401 r-'::-D ?-A-Cja?TBB HYDE PARK! SELJ C?O H__NT.ICAP; T,jt three-year-olds and upward;
v . led ?v:.;-.- ? Start gtxA ; won easily: D':ir-i driving Time, . ! .
Winner, , .!'..-?.. : !?;. L, Rosa Trainer, i! O :.??:??
Indes. Starter._v- "?>?_St._'.._Wi__% Viv?. J?Vkey Ope High -?? Place._Sh
-:h".i-." 4 ? ~i- n. i? n ?-.,.? v*.~. r . 2 3 s fni? T-.
(?35) Sunflaah II . 130 5 3 2* I? 3a .- Fator.... . 7-10 4-_ 7-10 1-4 ?
884 Thrift . 96 1 4 3* ;i? 8? .*;? Oallahan 10 10 8 2 4 *
2 44 4- 4& 4? CoUilettl.. 20 20 20 8 5-2
1
*'? ' ' H 3_ 5_ s 5_5__ Sch?ttln ger 5 7 ?" 8 5 1 S
:? peed and ?' ?-. well In i:u? '. .'...Hash U ni rated behind ?jn winner,
hut fa.:: ?d "> respond ?_:???_ ? ?.. ... r rift hung t>_ ??_irja:y ail t_o way. Snapdragon II wiu? dbto.
a K*nt_n 1er.
tl.n*> FOURTH RACE?Handicap; for marcs tbrn years old and upward; ^a-vj, $1.361. On?
" : -. gtart g-xxl; woo drlTln?; place sarao, TAv.e. 1:3S 3 C. Winner, tix. ', . by Cbrcyra?
' . ?- ? . *-__W. R Coo. Iralnar. W II Karri..._
_W! 1 v - ndtnv. Opw. High. Cl?*?-??. Pla?*a. Rlv,
i .. 1 .138 4 0 2' 2* ." I* McAtOft.. .. 1 6-5 S-3 3-5 1-4
834 Touloun ,.,. '?4 5 4 3*' 7* 7" 2? OoltlloUl ... 8 7 7-? 8-3 7-10
S.9" .". '" .:o . IM 6 '. l'i 1-1 ;?> 5'H Sando. 8 8 8 S 3-3
?>??-. Salrwtr? . 118 2 S B 5? 1* 4^' J^v'.n'/n ... 6 7 H 2 i
3M Ka:.'.;?!- . 104 :i 2 4H 4? *? r? .7 Callahan. 8 8 ? 8 8-2
.43 T.I.t Me'.d ._8r_1 5 ,.?_*; o 0 J? ?a l?i-^an .10 6 ?_1
Cleopatra, ?low to g?, la me*:?., t*a .?... ETla Choice !n "??? n?n ??> tho r.rut tur_, went to th.
fmnt _-'j ' imieg for !v?roe, bT. hid to be hard ridden to 5'.av-> off Tjujourj In the iast ?Lit-ent.
Tlie latter closed rery strong. II.s Cbo?ce woakoiod la the l_?t furiong.
4AO PtFTB TtACB?For maiden f?Uea t?".? y? ?r? Ud; puna, $;,lil_ Four and a h?2f ^7l?*-*.c.
* ....... food; boo easily : p!.i?-. 'iTivlr??. Tir.-v 0:53 3-6. W.r.nar. b. f.. _y Oarry Hamnana
?rk.?'??*'.'?:. Owner, O. E. Wtdenw. Trainer. A. J, Joynw,_
P 1". St. ? S H i- n JocKoy Open. High. <_loee P..",*. ;"?-..
' ,..* .'x.vo . 11, 2 S IS 1' li ;' Koellar. '.-'. 'i 9-3 1-2
I _,'.. U. 4 2 2- 2' 2? 2? Turner. 7-5 8-5 13-10 2-5
2*? Car.!.? <;... ... 113 . 1 8 S 3 E__u.. 8 10 10 S
. 11,1 1 Wh?,:..-|. F-..utMnger. 4 4 3 *S
i.art ?!! U-^i ??iwd an?! ?on with pl?-n-y in reserve Fair I-uv'.o wa? In tight auartors
Real ? ? . list?n rail all '.f.ri'j;?b ?.? stretch. Canteen Girl waa tiecsr dangeroua. C.'?.^f whwled
'?Vt .">
4(j| SIXTH RACE!?For m_-'-?r. thre^-year-olds ; firs?. $1 181. Orm m?le. P?_rt cr?c_; *.-o3
"*v ??_.?.! y ; place Him-? Tirr.?, : 7.0 7??',. Winner, ch. s.. l?y Suponnan?Dlnawlck. Owner, Gien
'?'??-? ___ __
' ' ~r ~ ? P_P ?.', H "a_ _3 _i':'; HI? v , . .
; v i Cara . 115 8 8 8? 8? 1 'i '. '? ' ? .??-... 8-8 2 2 T-10 1-8
? il R.?e?!_< . lia 2 1 i" 1* 2' i Band 3 3 S i A 1-3
-??.?,-. Star _ 113 ? 3 4* 4' 4- 8' Fa?rbrolher. 5-_ 5 :! 2 4-5 1
-- .-.;>.'. . 110 i * 2 2:j 2' .'* i1 En-or. 8 12 10 4 2
? ? Fool . ILS 3 4 6? ?'? ? ,J '- '??'.. ., 15 :??) 2?) S 4
? - A ros.113 1 s s 8 ,;'*? ' ' '"? : wan... R ?' 11 5 2
-- Bubatltote .110 r, 1 ?? '? '?;' 7'? ?\mhro.e.... 15 2* 20 8 4
.? };.: ? 115 ' "' _ '" . ! " 50_'"',_.i'' 2? 1?
__!,. .i : "-.,! "?' " ? stroli h i' ere : ?- ?? ?- t to tl front and won
a? be p?ir*.z_ii.' I'-.y?; J?-.,???,- r.?s ? ? beat ? the otl r? Borrico Star hoi! r.c? bxcub?.
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ur 3 Day Tire 8% Tube Sale
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B?OOKLTN
osa, mi uzvroRD avis. (Op?k bvjcnxncis untih ? v. m>
Bronze Sloop Beats Mira!
By Margin of 34 Seconds
\ ic?ory ?oo^t? Stock of
Gardner Yacht. Herr-es?
hofT Cainr) in Gloom
By Jack Lawrence
NEWPORT, R. L, June 10. The Yv.
ftie to-day took another reef in ti>.e
R lute's chancea of becoming -'.
America's Cup defender.
fn a slashing fourt?en-knot breeze
she decisively defeated her old rival,
crossing the finish lino off Brenton's
Reef Light Vessel with a lead of 2
minutes and 36 seconds. Deducting
from this the Rasolute's time allow?
ance of 1 minute and 42 seconds, * a
! won by 54 seconds.
The corrected time, as given out to?
night by the race committee at the
local station of the New York Yacht
Club, was:
Vanitie, 3 hours 42 minutes 33 sec?
onds.
?' solute, 3 hours 4."; minutes 27 sec
The score in the official eliminati n
being held here to decide
h .' the Ri solute' or Vanitie will
d the America's Cup agair.3t the
' Shi n .- ck :*.' now stands
throe vict ries for the HerreshofT loop
? ' d wo ? ?? the Vanil ?? -. Figuring in
the fluke race of Tuesday, when the
Vanitie '. ec; me becaln I i nd the Reso
?":- di .' id in a win:'!':* jn t inside the
time i ait *' ? . , 1 ? . the bronze
ti i*as won three of the fi\ ?
i on a 1 >at-for-boat basis and has
one through the handicap she co.i
c ies t? thi Resolute.
n ? re was gloom in the Herreshoff
camp tonight and a council of war
was held cm board the Montauk, the
lute tender, to figure out ho ? to
? up the Bristol boat's ti 7
: - -
Fhe loss of to-day's race was a
hca* bl? ?:?. '.:.? R? 50] ite root -?v as the
? r and type of rac?> s. ile i w( .?
xac! ly to her , ik ng an i ra ther to the
c! sadvan tage of the Gardn ?** -loop
The course was a fifteen-mile be v tc
card and return, and as the yachts
shot ovi - the si arl ing line th? re were
few *v ; ? ' at e Vanitie had
anything better than a slim fighting
cha nee.
In the beat for th ? weather mark the
' *.*. ; slooj* s engaged in a number Ol
' hitches of i ?out fift en minutes
each, end ii all tl . ti Vaniti?
oiiurd ' ? . ai i sail d better than
, ' ?? 1 obvious thai
I utewasnoth ? I. '
yachting a er led
r . - ?is to her new ? mai t
Th-s spar ?s still stifl and do? s n
? ; h ' . ?.. vil 1 a easil;
as her former tick. Il was noticeable
? ' ii - ? the ta< --.?: ih ? madi
lecided ly I ad v ather of :* and de
. . 1 of paying off ti*.at los
round for h r.
The Vanitie's sails, on the contrary
? ?? '. to sit better and he
crew appeared to be strictly ??n th
all :** and imbued with the old 'never
say-die s] irit. The bronze boa
ded the outer mark with'a lead o
J wutes and 58 seconds, showin
that she had overcome her. handica
and had gathered winning time t
spare in the windward beat ata?e.
The Vanitie would have won" v- da
by a much wider margin had jt no
been for an accident to her riggin
that occurred just as she was makin
the turn. At this point her spinnake
halyard fouled and it was necessary t
. a van into the rigging to diser
- before ' eet could b
n out. It took the Vanitie
minutes ind 13 Is to set he
? ?? ? r ? he ru down the win?
Res )lute accomplished til
mar luver in 2 minutes and I
ds.
two defenders will meet agai
to-morrow in a triangular race <
.i::r*y miles.
The summary of to-day's race:
Blapat
Start. Finish. Tlmi
Vanitie- V :18 7 (7:51 3:41?:
Re, lute. . . 11:00:18 2:45:27 3:45:
Belmont Park Entries
FIRST RACE ? THE PLATTRDALE
?. . I ' 7. ' elling-; Cor three-year-olds
: u] V? -V. ?. ?-. . ?r7mgs, main course.
LndfS Wt.l Index. Wt.
;.,, i war Machine.W 7-'l r-'igi-.tstick .?10
101J Sunflajh II ....132 V? Tdt?:a . 99
: - ? '? Ch? Irman :
SECOND RACE?-Steepleohase; maidens:
; .;? year-olds and upward; about two
I? i ?. Wtl Index. Wt
Vt Earlocker .142.364 S?a Sun.142
B i?i Laddie . .137 - Ticket .144
' 4 King Terry... .1421747*' Mlnata .142
: i Mohab .147 '?: Suri ?jueen.147
THIRD RACE?'For two-year-olds; clalm
? furl m g Bti aight.
:
? i
Lilly .
7?.la
! ?ear.
Wt.
* ?Vor K.115
77' *? leo B-n-re.107
? "Gipsy Lad.103
?7 ? h rw . 115
::, Toread
FOURTH RACE?Selling; for thfee-year
.? ' a and upward; one mile.
:. ? - \vt !?? ios wt.
';.? Vrvm .11 " I fnrra a Feu... 125
:v Leo h.11! 17? r a! vert . 99
7 -.-??v.r .Hi 381 Lady A re his. ... B4
339 Beauty Sleep_lOfl 777 Say Which. S4
891 Kebo .H2|
FIFTH RACE?Maidens; three-year-olds;
?rille.
Indes. Wt. I Inda*. Wt.
888 Armistice .115 2P4 Kin? Albert. ..'.IS
?3 Hweel Music. .. .11 ??' i'M Mr. Brummel.. .115
gSg Foodor .115) 280 lively .110
44) Priuio Tireur.. .115
114 Irtah Darner. .. .108
7H3 Ju?ida .113
.?V Gallagher .115
... ? 7 a Wagoner. . . ? x '?
- F ir Gain.115
1>*,1 vcrani'iru . 115
SIXTH RACE?-Conditions; for two-year
olds; five furlong?*., Btralght.
?! dex. "?' ' ' lex. Wt.
? Snare .115 338) Totti? .il?*
332 Houyhnhnma . 109 - Day. Satina_111
? .' ? ii ?. . . ...101 " I Phoenl* .109
? T. Bohemian... 100 (3R0) Dry Moon .121
mmeadale . .109 -42 i?. o' tho North. 109
pounds a"o\T3H"?i olaltned.
rr-^?????~????
!} interaaiiegiate
C P h T
, IL (J ?
n?l
xx-t&m
WM?Msl)
lecial Trains;
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T ?? ] ' ob, k?. ?i 1 li20 a. m.
; June ISth.
? .?? i, ? Inlng car ?
: ir ! en IMC a, m.
I un? 19 th,
? ale ; li ?r car?,
< pen Hob? . tor o? ?pancy by
.<..';.! Jur.o l.'.tji.
:.v. It'.-. ,( ; ? 50 ;? in., June 11 th
? ?? > ? a. .-?., June 20th,
- ? ?' ' ' , lug car?
1th? i ?? ipancy by
10;00 j>. m , Ji.r.o !5th.
I<v. Ithaca ; 50 p m., Ajine 20th.
Ar, H? bollen 9 00 ?.. tn.
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parlor ear?, din
?he?.
. i.'V J?:ne 30th
'? rn-, Ji n? tlst.
' ' ' Ins, car?,
- . |, nnCy l,y
\ I.M..?l?n| ,4t II?h??
""' may ?.<? n-ached dfr.-i? by
Unrlftmi rv.c tt<m> New y?rh or
fi rrii'M nt \Vr?l : ? ?1 ?Hreat, i h'rln
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international League
? GAMES TO-DAY
Syracnse at Jersey City.
Baltimore at Reading.
Rochester at Buffalo.
Akron at Toronto.
YESTERDAY'S RESL'LTS
Jersey City, 2; Syracuse, 1.
Baltimore, 15; Reading, 8.
Buffalo, 6: Rochester, 5.
Akron, 13; Toronto. 4.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
W.L.Pct.: W.L.Pct.
Buffalo. . 32 15 .681 Read'n 21 24 .4o7
BaV.ore.. 30 17 .638 f. City. 19 26 .122
Toronto... 29 17 .630 Roch'r 17 .V. .354
Akron. . 2! 19 .558 SVc'se 11 31.244
Miss Grove Wins
Over Mrs. Raymond
In Title Tournev
Mis? Briarg-.ret Grove, of the New
York Tennis Club, sprang the sensa?
tion of the reason in women's tennis
yesterday afternoon by defeating Mrs.
Edward W. Raymond, former metropol?
itan champion, by a .score of G. 2- -'i.
6?4, in the semi-final round of the
women's New York State champ?
tournament, on the clay cent* or' the
N'ew York Tennis Club, 238th Streel
und Broadway. Mrs. Raymond was by
no means off her p?me, but Miss
Grove's agrrreisive play, both from tl...
back of the court and at the net, earned
her a brilliant victory.
Another surprise came in the deci
?lv? victory of Miss Marie Wagner, a
former champion, over Mrs. Benjamin
F. Bi A" a of Pelham, bv a score of]
6?1, 6?1. The first sot'was very bit?
terly fought, with four of the sames
coing to "d??ce," but in the ?ast set
Miss Wagner's speed and bea itiful
playing overwhelmed her opnonent.
Miss Grove and Miss V.'agner will meet
this afternoon at ;) o'clock for the |
championship. I
The summaries:
Women's New Yorit state champion-'
ship singles (semi-final round) ? Miss Ma-(
rle Wagner defeated Mrs. Benjamin F.
Briggs, 6 -'., ?' :. Miss Margaret Grove
? ! .Mrs Edward W. Raymond, o?3, i
2?:. r ?4
Women's championship doubk. (third!
round) ? Mrs. ,S. B Warins; am! Mrs. K. V.
i.'.v . defeated Mrs. Percy Wilbourn and i
Mr;. O. B. Hirsch. 6? _, 2?6, g?2.
Champlpnsh.li v. x-;\ doubles (second
round i --Urs. Waring and Pred Let3on de
f at . Mrs. rngo liartmann arid A. Bass
; rd :r , G ? I. 7'?8, 9?7: Misa .Mir -i
Westervelt and .1. K. Keyes defeated
7!. -v Pi ederlc Damrau,
-_ ; Mrs. Lewis Gouverneur Morris and
Alex Her defeated Mrs. ?'. I!. Hirsch ami
Fred Pianlsani, 6?3, 7,-7. 7?..
Man Tr * ? im nh ??
^ _ t_-_-J___J^JI--.__
Over Joiiffe
On the Courts
Throckinorton and Bot_-for d
Gain Brackets in Semi
Final of Jersey Tourney
By Fred Hawthorne
Haro] : A. Throckra rton, the i s
. . ? ?ham ??????- ? -i rick Mi.'
?' i " ist Side Tennis i lub, ind
': '''' " >tsfi rd, of New Y< rk,
their brackets in the semi-final r
;? ;.:..;. afternoon, in the annual
?? Jersey state championship
wn ten - tournament at thi M nt
? Athletic Ciub. -
Gerald B. Emerson of Orange, ^
hind when this cour"
:1( r had to skip cityward, lo
likely occupant of the
; 'acket, where Throckmorton will .:
his opponent.
F rty-r.ine pairs began play i tli
. les, and a number of lefa
the snappy tournament comr !
wed the ;; ?Id down consi
before sun down. TV sing s will b<
brought in to the final round this
.. oon.
Man, former Mew England cl i ... a
was close to defeat in his fifth i ir
with Car: JolifF ? t N '. :*'?
Only by rousing himself to th 1 i
did Mai ill oui the victory by ?. icoi
? ?' ; ?'>.'- i. 6 3, : v t -? '.
: ? 1 . ?. u hi v - '
i was going a ? vo!
a.. ?:..? very w< 11 ai edg
? past Man as thi il r starte
d wn the court tow rd tl
Tuck*" * v ay t!
:?',;?? am; *.,; in I
had run into
' 3 c i7 game s it 1 " ked as ,
! Man was i:? for a beating. D I hei
i >e ol ! Yale star bestirr d hii ?
tarted to get into 7'??' lej ing p
with twice the speed he had
?arlier. As a result he cut
? ' ! oliffe's shots with
volleys, and wh m JolifF s
dr ive his opponent back h' bbi
? i tall Man wen the pol; :
i ver head play, never s mas
ly. but placing the ball out
r? ici .
After squaring the se: a*. 5?all Ma
ir ide it 6- 5, and then J : i ITe
up again by winning the I v t'l
The former Yale champion tl i
the last two games for the set .
squaring the match. In I ?
p aying I he match c :ifid ne Ma
worked into an early '. .??', ai
t to thi I, J . ?fife getti : ?? .
g; m< v Tl" is afterno :
?I tsford i'or the place in thi 1 Wi
:.? h. bracket.
Throckmorton was inclined
une tactics against y
ham Bassford 3d, bringing : . ; a
fa test shots to bear only w
ally n ?i d?d the winntftg i -
Bassford uncorked a st
scoring placement aces ei
times off service as lie whipped th
bail down the side lines.
The Fabric
That Outlasts
-st Cords
HE mileage obtained by users of Howe Fabric
Tires on taxicabs and private cars is almost unbeliev?
able. Almost invariably Howe Fabrics have outlasted
cords less carefully constructed.
And Howe Ultra Cords give service in proportion
there are none better.
Ask us for facts and figures on these truly remarkabl?
tires.
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232 W. 53th STREET
Telephone: Circle 5427-S.
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S. V :*? iban? 8 -7, 6?7.
ib!?? ? "?rst round)
tml ?i. Norton defeated F H.
? - i'.riih.vorth. fi?6. T?5:
P. ; i.-ff-rited
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I ?,r i H Shaffer de
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Miss Marion Zinderstetn
Id Final For 2se? Title
WILM?NG rON, Del;, June 10..Miss
lerstein, B ton, and M?3s
tde * fia will com
. . f the a ingles
*?? who will meet
. ad, adelphia, in
? ? . : : for the Delaware
teni :.::?pion
! - ; -, ?need little
. * *. David
. while
a a hard-fought match
1 v.on,
Play Here To -.!.iy
of 1 ?? ?'niver
isting of Wal
ind Levy, H. Martin
R ild, will make its first
?cal courts thia after
whi .. a *. am
1 loul ??-? will be
rrace I ub-Kings
? ? A - :ia1 :?.;? am on
f the ? sociation at
treet, Flatbush.
?_M_-_i_mi,. qia^.-i;rai,_:_:a-;-'--t__.-.__^
-?'?.A acknowledgments to SL.j0..t%
ACT ONE. Our Hero.
? ? e
WALKS I."! h:3 sleea.
? ? *
AND IDLY strollin?.
PAST THE Mint.
IN PHILADELPHIA?
? ? ?
18 TOUCHED by a Etranger.
? ? ?
ACT TV. 0. Our Itera
? ? ?
LEARNS FROM th.? stranger.
A SPLENDID way,
? ? ?
TO MAKE money.
? ? ?
AND HE makaa lota of It,
? ? ?
BIQ BALE3 ci it.
? ? ?
AND THE c?rtala faDa,
a . ?
ON SCENES o_ luxury
. ? ?
ACT THREE. Our hero,
? ? ?
MAKES MC RE money.
? ? ?
AND THE plot tftlckarrt?
? ? ?
AND THE darfc.
e ? ?
MYSTERIOUS STRANGER,
? ? ?
GOES OUT oi hit* :r?.
? * ?
FOREVER.
? ? *
AND ONE Una Say.
? ? .
OUR HERO is caught,
9 ? ?
PASSING THIS _ooz_?y.
ACT FOUR. 0-r hero wafcaa.
AND TELL3 tho world.
THROUGH THE b__ra.
? ? ?
OF HIS Atlanta celL
? ? ?
THAT UNCLE Sam's money,
? ? ?
18 LIKE the blend,
? ? *
OF THOSE cJff-jre-tea.
? ? *
THAT "SATISFY.??
? ? ?
IT CANT be cojied^
TETE Turkish tobacco in Chesterfield*
is real Turkish, not counterfeit. The
Domestic is the best lraf money can
buy. And the hlenxi ?s a secret ? it
can't be copied. Ches., r '.elds are good**
anywhere?mad you'll uerer tire of
"Satisfy."
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