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THE SUN, SUNDAY, KJLY 27,1918.
SELLING PLATER IS FIRST IN HANDICAP Donald MiicDonald Ignores rtnss Distinction at. Bel mont Tai'k Juices. ONE FINISH THAT MADE BELMONT RACEGOERS' HEARTS THROB CROWD CHEERS GAME Fears an Accident; Meets With Death -TORONTO, July L'O.-JHuviiiK u prrHcntlmcnt thut ho wotiW be the victim of an accident, H Wilson of RochcHter wlBhcl to with draw from tho amateur five mllo motorcycle rnco here thin afternoon, bul yielded to the wishes of his friends and started. While rounding the turn at the buckstretoh at a rate of :o in lies an hour his midline ultidded into a rut und Wilnon vras thrown against a pole und in Htantly killed. All other races scheduled for the day were culled WORK OF LONGBOAT Sockalcxis in Dad Shape, . Docs Nearly All Running for Indian Fair. m 4yr WKUi HIDDEN BY WILSON HUT CAN'T 0UTF00T TWO fipni'irr Kn Takes Steeplechase After Bunj.'Hiitr at Two Jumps. Shrnbb and Meadows Win Team Bacc Billy QuchI, Hcatcn. Hedccms Himself. off. nt.LMo.sT Tark, July 18. Donald Mac thimiM. ! Holland's old campaigner, unit Iimib way towuid breaking down h.irtlers f class distinction among thoroughbreds tills afternoon, when he vim the Long Beach Handicap at n mile .mil a turlong, which was the feature of Ihr Metropolitan Jockey Ctufc curd. Don ald lia! met with much success In selling ia. iii at the llelmont, trncl(. and ln.it Saturday IiIh Inltliil attempt as a hand I -ap horse was frustrated hy Lahore, tmniild came right back to-day and, aided In a well Judged ride of .1. Wilson, took llihnre Into camp In handy fashion. There were four starters In the liamll . ap, 11. V Carman withdrawing Meridian and leaving U. M. Miller to carry his colors. uy Fisher was added, but was. iit considered dangerous and was the outsider of the quartet, tt wu-ytiard to lioo among ttie others, but the follow er!" of Wilson were strong enough at the finish to Install Donald McDonald faorite at ? to 3. with ." to 2 quoted against Lahore and O. M. Miller. From start to finish Wilson rode per fectly, and at the flag fall went to tho fiont with Donald McDonald, but cut out men a Mow pace that he had plenty left when the straight rush came. Nlcldaus, i.n ft. M. Miller, failed to recognUe that t lie slow running at the start would leave Ms opponents villi speed to spare, anil Kept a tight hold on his mount four lengths behind the leaders. Cluing around the turn he made up a little ground and evidently was luoklng for a place to slip through on the rail provided Donald Mc iMnald bore out as he did the week previous. Wilson, however, kept Donald i lose to the Inner fence, and Nlcklaua w? forced to pull to the outside. Then- were shouts for IS. M. Miller us he drew up to Lahore's tall, a furlong from home, hut that was as far as he got, for both Butwell and Wilson begun riding .i soon as they found Q. M. Miller mnk-,n.- Ills hid. I .a horn could not gain an 'noli hack of the advantage Donald Mac Donald had acquired at the start and Kith Nlcldaus and llutwell whipping hard through the last sixteenth Wilson by clner hand riding held them both off, pacing under tho wire a winner by a length with Lahore the same distance In front of C. M. Miller. In pltc of his Impost of 15S pounds In the steeplechase handicap George Eno, which tecently has given promise of being a great Jumper, was nude a prohibitive favorite In the race througli the field. He -.Mm easily enough, but the sure thing player had a frlslit when In tuklng tho llrst obstacle on the b.iekstrctch the sec ond time around he cleared tin brush In lunp-y style. Thl" was Intensified nt the Txt Jump, at which he wabbled so badly that It looked as If he would go down. While llootli was steadying tho favorite O.irk on llrosseau took advantage of the mistake to get up utmost on even terms. George Ihio was himself again before he. reachiJ the next Jump and quickly drew away to breeze the rest of the way. Brossetu's effort to catch George Bno com him second place. He was under the whip before the ,Jst Jump, and though he got over four lengths In front of Nose gay the latter had speed enough on the .Mat to take econd by threo lengths. It. F. Carman's Kallnka was made a fttung choice In the first race for three- year-olds, nt a mile and a sixteenth. All got away well except Jawlionc. which was left flatfooted. Oakhurst had plenty if speed and raced to the head of the iKckstretch with Kallnka second and Stentor third. ComlnB round the turn St'titm- moved past Kallnka, but when "tralKhtened out the favorite rushed Into the lead, only to le caught again hy Sten tor at th furlcmt; pole. Nlcklaua shook up Kallnka and she opened a gap of a Ifnirth. ytcntor came again at the finish ,init was beaten by only half a length. Jdkhurst tired In tho stretch anitVar Horn took third plact. three lengths behind Stentor. In the hands of J. Wilson, t.allop, owned hy J. I4. Holland, was a dlffeient colt In the second race, fur two-year-olds, which brought out the biggest held of the day. Wilson got Gallop away well enough to avoid the early jam and he was galloping nut In front before half a mile was cov "id. The others were In a desperate 'litht for the place. Dlspailty, which had hi en interfered with early, came up with a rush, on the rail, only to be beaten a head for second money by Notoriety. Mary Warren and Polly II. were only heads behind. .1. Butwell earned the plaudits of the crowd when ho brought Woodford Clay's Ocean Blue home a winner In the third ia-e, at seven furlongs, after encountering menty of opposition In the early stages, Tii'To was a great tip out on Woodford May's Star Shoot filly, but at the start -he was outiun by Isidore and several nthirs, Sickle went to the front when they had straightened out. and at the fur Ions pole Butwell began to loom up with Vean Blue. Hlcklo was hy no means Iiimk with and when collared responded ..iniely. Only for u moment was he iue In doubt, for Butwell's clever riding 'oictd Ocean Blue ahead.' to win by half leiiKth from Sickle. Perthshire, on tho mil, was almost unnoticed while the duel between the two leaders was In progress, hut Mulshed only half a length behind Sickle. Harold A. Frank's Cunard colt Hunch of Keys graduated from the maiden iss lii the last race with a flourish. There was a poor lot entered and with llutwell up Bunch of Keys was made a favorite, Arran made the early pace, but Uiere was a general closing up In the 1 1 etch, where J. K. Madden's Rebound Inoked dangerous for a minute. When llutwell let Bunch of Keys down In the Ut furlong he galloped away to win by lengths. Rebound beat Dixon, a SO In 1 N.-nt, a lehsth for the place. The summaries: FIIUST HACK. I or three-year-olds and upward: selling: by ili-rilpiinn of no, wlih son added; one rrtle and ' 'iMrcnin. Iliif-e und Bfo. Wt. Jockey. I 'Ulriku, 3... . 103 Nlcklftus. s"nur, I. .. 10s .Hulwell . r Horn, 4.. .. 119, Wolfe 'iHiuin, sited, IIS Bjrrae. .. I uhiiiic, 1. .. 120 Wilson.. Priors. Fin, 5-1 2-1 2 IF- I " 3-1 even 10-1 3-1 Time, l: 3-S. 1 ,ilr Mart: won clrlvlnc: Kallnka, b. f . by I ti muronlus Altuda; owned and . trained by ' I' Carmsji. , 9AfJV itAcn. t , , I or twn-yriir-"liv wiling: by subscription of -"i. nun 5)iio aaacu live ana a nau lunuiics. ,'rilcrhl. llnrte and air, H"P. . . nfltj, 3, turliy.Z. I, iy Warren, 2. I ly II,. 3 I' Ormc, i '(c 'i Wt. Jockrv. Prices. Fin. 7-4 W I n-l 3-1 J'i -t S-l S'H l 3 7-S 4 10-1 4-1 a 20-1 S-l B 11 1 t l 7 201 8-1 10-1 -l U ss-i lo-i in 20-1 K-l II inn, WllMin... iarneu.. Iiiaily... . Wolfe. . McC'ahey., Ilutwrll Nlcldaus. ilrl'addcn 101 lul 101 107 UN Ml. i'aanaEh.:..l03 11 lloii,2.. .1113 "nrro. 3 loa I rill IliK'k.'J I0 t'ainnbrll., Itadlke,,, llvrne. . Ulr start: won easily: tiallon, b. e..by Uarllnet I'nrnmoii sue; owued by J. I.. Holland; trained I.N II Marbhill. TBI KB ItACH. ....... . I or three-yrar-oldi. aud upward. handh-Ap; nihserlplloii of Slu, with 1400 added; scien nini'iiKs, niain rotirM1. Ilrw and air, Wi, Jockey irjiii Mine, 1. 101 llutwell Prices. Fin. 14 7-S 1 S-l 2-1 J' S-7 tvrn 3' 7-3 7 5 4 30-1 10 I S ,41 MSA 20 I - 7 tO-l IS-I S S'l-klc I IIU hand. Wilson Wolfe, llvrne. 'vtluhlrr. 5 Mora. 4 loi imnulh. 3 Hi bourn, a., I.(I!T. 3 C'anoll field, 3. 112 110 107 i inn urcitiry, OS .Hrailv. ini UTagg't.. Ototl auMl; wea ariftai; Ocean Blue, b. f,. y ft. Oi-fHii lllue Mlnnliitf the liilril rui'i' from Sickle, nhleh iraciienll I hidden behind the wlnnrr ctnsr rnonich to make hl preience IntereallnK. Star Shoot -FDIng Ship: muieil by Woodtcrd Clay; trained tiy 1 nrcwl. roritTH KAi'i: Ixint llrach llamllc.ip. for three jearold and utmaril; by ubcrlplliui of tt.', lth adJrd: one mile and a furlmii;: Horse and age t. Jockey. Hon'd M'lion'd, a in Wilson, lothore, 11 llulwell (i. M Miller, A... to Nlcldaus. (iuy Klhcr, aed 1(H Wolfe. Prices. Pin. 5 7-III I' S-S 4 s & : 4-s a ;-t 6 t i ime. i;.vj 4 a. (iood start; won driving; Honalil Maclionald. ch. g.. hy.Sombirro -llerrlfdale imnrd by J. I.. Holland; trained hy II Marshall. i irni nci: Streplechae Handicap, for iniir year olil anil upward: by subscription nt (to, with " athlrd, bout two mlle and a.nuarter: Hnrrandagr. Wt. Jockey tieorge Kno, 4... IM llonth.. Noetay,S. IM Chandler, I'rlres. : l-J out s t a r ft i ecn lo t a I 15-1 4-1 nrorau. i... im i iru.. Oarlh, I.. . i:u .Mini.. Slrillf..4. fM (illhrrt. 'Han out. Time. 1:45.. UimmI htart: uon eaily; t;corge r.no. blk. j . . by Dlrudonne -.lestlr liird. oHneI by (' It. rlelschmaun; tralneil by S. Vrltrh. i SIXTH HACi:. j I'or maidens, three tears old and upward. I srlllnr: by subscription of tlo. with ftou adilrd: i Horse and aire. Wt. Jockey. Price, fin. llutwell 11-5, even I' i nuncQ oi iveys, a..ios Hi-bound, ., 10.1 lllmn.5.. KM KuteriHr, a., . wa Chopin. X. tu.' Jim Caitrey. I kxi Whisper llelle. a.. .10.1 Deeriield, 5... 10.1 Arran.a.. la'. uraii).. it ;-i llensrhot'o :o-l s-l l(an... . 12-t .VI Itadtke... 1(H 1-1 Kartlck Mcklansi. Mrt'ahey. Wolfe .VI even -t :-i 10 I 4 1 lOl II Time. I:4l tlood start; on easily; liutieh of Keys, lir c, by Cunard Princess lltanlc: ownrd by Harold A. I'rank: trained by M Hlrsch. BERMINGHAM LEADS FIELD. Tarns In 74 Curd In Mldanmmer Toirner at WkaKl. WykiiR.vt Kolfora qualified In three hI teena for thclt annual mldaummer tourn.i mejit yesterday, T. V. Uermlncham lead ins the field with a 74. In this particular n,mn.llllni, hunHli-nna S'.n ull.iu'..! I BermlnKham and O. K. Wldmer defeated1 II. V. Pratt and J. C. Wldmer. 4 up and 3 to piny. In the first semi-final match for the Hlllln cup, while A. Q. Hltchle and J. II. Bell vanquished Albert Taylor and ('. K. Maltby by 3 up and : to play In the other. The qualifying scores : First Sixteen T. V. Hennlnsham. 4; II, V. C.alnes, SO; W. S. Stevenson, SO; J. II. Bell. (1. K. Wl.liner. ii ; A. ijj, Itltchlc. dfi i I.. Moreau. sli , C. N. Relyea. 85: II. II. Zimmerman, s7 : It. It. Mamlok, S7 : K. K. Si-arle, Ss ; C. It. C!ll lett. Si: W. II, HoMon. S: II. Ilenlck, SS: D. K. Farnhatu, 89: II U. Johnon. HI. Second Sixteen ,1. 11. Appel, 31 : A. I'.. Walrndt, 91 : P. J. Rocker, 92 ; tl. F. I'elham, 92: II. W. Pratt. 92; Brown, 93: T. C. Durham, 'Ji : (llles. 9fi: C. K. Harman. 90; F. Lean. 9fi : II. R. Hampson, 97 Shrlner. 97: C. E. Maltby. 97: II. T. Rnliert B. Mc- J. C. W. J. Faith, S . R. A. Day, 9 : C. B. Fallen. 9s. Thlid Sixteen Q. K. Plerson. 99: I.. C, Goettln;, 99: A. B. Campbell. IfHt; A. P. O'Brleu, 100; Arthur Stiles. 101: K. C. Bwker. 101 ; I,. S. flray. lul : J. C. Wld mer, 102 ; U Llndenmeyer, 103 : William I.tihiiian, 104: L. C. Ketchum. 10:; J. B. Beals. Jr.. 106: Thomas Tavenor, 1 tf : eor?e,D. I.uhman, 107; K. It. Case, 116; C. F. Porter, 116. At Rldgewood. tt. II. i:. .. AOO0000UI 1 5 4 ... : o i o -2 o o o x i is r. -Konke and Hlyle; Wehrn and Miiiravn. Iltiahnlik.. Ilatterles llogan. Kaatern Association I'lumlfld. . New London. 1 ; t-eeulee!i Innlnff New Haven. 4; Msriden, 3. Firm game. Merlden, ; New Haven,-5. First game, Sprlnntleld, 3: Hartford, 1, Klrat gunie, Hartford. Hi Pprlngllald, Second game. Walerbury, 3; Hrldgrpnrt. 0. Firm game. Waterbury, 2i Bridgeport. 0. Srcmid same. BELMONT CARD FOR MONDAY. First naee Three-year-olds and upward: sell ing: six furlongs, main course: L'adeau lift l-acr , I0j Cllaliryson ill label lo.t Deduction no Proireaslve,, U7 War Lord, 105 Second Itace--Thiee-year-old and upward; selllnj: one nine: .... , Water WeUc.. tl..1IUIl I I HUT-BP. . IU lUillunrhof Keys... in:, loa Klmar. . .. tot 10B1 Mammon l'ui toi inul Discovery... KC 1071 sieiitor . , Dalngerflrld FrrdUulholland., Dandy Dixon..,, Man mouth.. .. Third Bare Three-year-olds ana upward: . Ins 107 M selling: .. . toe KM 117 handicap: one mue: Perthshire ... IIS Iteybourn. .. Sickle Ill Reaucoup,, litdora Iiolllayporl... Fourth ltace The Suffolk -Stakes; six furlongs; main courte: Anytime 107 Mordecal Wooden Shoes 104 The Spirit. . . Naiad 104 Gallop Water May.. "! Fifth ltace Steeplechase; selling; about two mile and a quarter: . KsmxII i HtiNoaegay. . .. 130 llacebrook.. . HI I Son of the Wind us Shannon niver.. .. l4a;Qoldeh. , . IM Sixth I lace Two-year-old maidens; six fur longs: main course; Istarsand Stripes. 110 110 110 .110 110 Planuda., Artyx Margaret Uelse.. UlyOrme.. Flrlnny... Small..., ... , CUB Field... . Breakers.. . BELMONT PARK TURF NOTES. Oeorge W. Oall haa been appointed ruclng rcretary for the running meeting which will be held In connection with the (Irrater nw York Kn.tr at KniDlre City track August IS to 20. Inclusive. The mooting will be l.p tl.a piiIms nf the Joekev (lub and purses will averugs 13,000 a day. The book will be Issued on Wednesday and In addition to the usual events there will be galloway and bark races and hurdle races. For the second time In a week Wilson rode two winners. On Tutjdny Musgrave shared this honor with him. but yesterday llutwell was the lad to dispute supremacy, Form players were In their element us five favorites won and Ocean Blue, which curried off the I hint rare, was prrhaps the best supported horse In the race, James Butler was ut the track for the first time since Hie meeting opened. He showed that he la taking an units Interest In the sport again by starting Durlworth In tho third rare. This la the llrst horse to wear his colors In two years. Notice of the depiirturs of the Cuvanagh special for Sarulogu was posied under tho grand aland. Th, train will leuve- the Brand I'entral for the Spa on Friday after noon at 2 o'clock. Turfmen were busy booh. ng acala yesterday. ,.f. tkfi&kisZ , BIG MATINEE THRONG SEES GOSHEN RACING Over 2.500 Applaud Victory of j Notice H. Over Ainasis in (lass I! Trot. (Ml, I'AlXTlXf! IS IMtlZK loliti If. Towiiscml Donates It . Fritz and Lord Goshen Also Victors. (SomiPN. N. V., July 26. A ciowd of more tUnn I.riOft turned out to wltnea the matinee luces of the (i'.-hen Drlvlns Club this iifternooii. There u.i a spevl.il tirlze for each of the six events. A xtfrllnt; ellvvr com linen iovinn cup was unra iur each race except the Class ( trot, for which John It. Townsend iiffcred a prlie of a handsome oil p.iintlns by Harker valued at $130. The contenders fur this were County Judge A. H. V. SeeRer. who drove Amaajs, and Pierre Uirlllard. Jr.. of Tuxedo I'.irk. who was up behind hl mare Notice n. The tlrst heat was excit ing, first Notice B taklnt? the lead and then Amasls, The heat finally was won by, Notice H. with Aninsls a close second. In the second heat Amasls was unsteady .-I ml Nnllre Tl WOll aZHln. TllC Wltllier stepped the final heat In ::19i. Tho two horses are trained In the same stable and are entered In the 3 ;30 trot at the Ausust meeting at Ooshen. Tile day was perfect for raelns and tne attendance was the largest that has ever attended r matinee., here. Fritz, a chet- nut geldln owned by I.. II. Washburn of I llaverMraw and driven by Oi-orge tor- uln went a good race In C'nss II, defeat- Ing the Anlen Farm's entiy, yuUett.i. and Jesse Booth. Iird Gohen. owned by J. Howard Ford and driven by William Hudson, won Class D. but not until Jap and Flee lnly forced him to a driving finish. Hi tne ursi ne.i-. the trio o.imn unde' the wire In a maimer that brought the spectators to their feel a ad a blanket would have covered them. Jap was the contender In the final heat and was a -close ecoud. The summaries: Clam A. trotting! I'lne Knot. h. g, (Slinnn Walsh!.. . I.Hily Mayner. b. m. (W. K. Dlckersunl. Lady Hint. b. in. (M. D. Ilabiockl. . . Time, :::9't. 2:2s'. rium II, trotting: Frlla. eh. K. nienrire forwlnl . . . . Hooth, b. g. iW. K. Dlvkerson).. guUetta. ti. m. (.1 D. King I 1 1 2 3 3 2 I 3 2 nine, 'iiv, .;i-. Clan C, trntllng: Notice II., Ii. in, by Alinonnre (Pierre l.orlUur.l) Amasla. blk. K, (A. H. I. Seegeri. Time, 2i::'j, ::19'. CIhmh l, trotting: Lord tiohen, b. x.. by Austral (William lloilholll Jap. h. g. (P. It. Orlftliu Kree 1-nily, u. in, i.i. riicKsri Shotufonl, br. h. iS. Walnb) Time. 2:22 4. 2:24 -. Cla II. trotting: C'onimoiloro Hoy. b, by Vice Com modore (John Puckeri i:ile lientry. b. m. I.I. D. King).... 1 lllue Front, blk, g- C Vaiiderbergl . 3 Time, 2:274, 2:24',, 2!24'i. Class F, trotting: Prince n., ro. ., by The Tramp (How ard Mnntnnei. Bobber Huron, blk, g. (Pierre Lorlb lard, .Ir.i Ueaicr Dam Slrl. Ii. in. i.-. Walsh).... Time, 2:334, 2:35. 1 1 Xeiv York Mat. I.eajcae, ' AT ALBANY FIKST OAMK. It. II K lliuchamton... . nooooonno 043 Albany M I I o I I :,-lt I Hatleriea Ilarberlch and Mr-Murray; Warned and McDonniuh SKCOND (1AM F. ft. BE Iiingtiaiutnn ooooono-oao Albany 0 0 0 0 1 2 . 3 C 1 Ualleiies McOlnley and Crossln; McLeod and McUnnotish. AT SCKANTON FIKST OAMK. It. U.K. Syracuse..., :o22:o ft-14 w 1 S.Tantou 001 00040 3-11 II 7 Batteries Sitton and Payne; Smith and Bur kina. SECOND CAMK. R.II.K. Syracuae 000101 0241 Serantnn 000000 1 t 4! batteries llurchcll and Puyne; Donnelly and BOT' AT TROY FIKST OAMK. ' R.B.E. Klmlra oooooiooa-i 30 Troy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 r, 5 Hatteries Doyle and Hitter; Johns and Fitz gerald. SECOND CAMK. . K.H.E. Klmlra ooooo 3 at Troy 10 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 3 Batterlra-Naile and flitter: Slllon and (Jidda. AT WILKESI1AKUE- FIKST OAME s . B.fT.E. Wllkesbarre,... ooooooooooooii :i; 2 Uli,. 00000000000010- t 13 1 Hatleriea Marion and llrannan: J!urk and Clousher. i 1 SKCOND (1AME. R.R.K. Wllkesbarre 0001011-3114 , u,tcu 1 nn Ilea u a o u w o . a Batteries Meyers and Hrannan; Dowd and Muriihy. Virginia l.enarar. Petersburg. 3i Norfolk, 1, (First tame.) Petersburg, I; Norfolk. 0. (.Second game.) Ilnnnokr, Hi Newport News, 0, (First '"Koanoke, 8; Newport News, 0, (Hernnd '"nichinond, ; Portsmouth, 1, (First '"lllchmond. I; Portsmouth, 0. (Second gume.) Moatbrrn Leasae. ' Memplsbi. 4; nirmlnghum. I, New Orleans, S; Nashville, 2, (First UNew Orleans, I; Nashville, n. (Second Montgomery, 2: Atlanta, 0. (First game.) Montgomery 3; Atlanta, 2. (Hecnnd game.) Mobile, ; Chattanooga. I. r.iss'ji r-f't-'i? Brooklyn Pays Big for Young Pitchers -TWO Mar minor league pitcher have been purchased by the Brooklyn Club and they will report in the full. President Kbbetu droppil into MontKoniery. Ala., on Friday and bought Pitcher Klmer Brown from the Southern auiRUe club of thut city for 7,00U, half of which noen to the St. laiuis Atneri i iiiie, who hud u MriiiK uttaclied to tin: yotuiK right hunder. The Brooklyn club also announced last night that Pitcher Pfefl'er, wholius iiecti makiiiK a line record with the Grand ltapids club, will lcome a I Dodger, $."i,0 having buon paid for ! ' Iiih release. The dragnet is still out , i V. . WESTIN0H0BSE GETS EVEN. nt-0n Irani Beaten In ThrllllnK Raaebnll liamr. Nearly 3,.Vm persons saw the biise ball team of the Weatlughouse IZIectrlo i"oinn:inv of Newark defeat the New Ynrl! i:dh.on reiireseiitatlves by a score ii y i 0f 10 to S at Manhattan Field yesterday, , The tninc was a thriller throughout, the lead exchaiiglliK twice. It was the sec ond meeting of the two tenms. the Kdl son boya taking the Jerseyltes" scalis In the llrst game two weeks ago at Newark by a wore of 6 to 5. Kach team used two pitchers. With six strikeouts to his credit. Sherlfian. twirling for Edison, went wild and was replaced by Toernor. Johnny Judge, the llrvi ht.i inn ii-hnm Tiltr!iw h.m lilckeil out :ih n future Clant. .-bowed mi credit- nt,ly making four hits in s many trips to t. p&tt,T nnd also playing his posl- tOIl i p,.rfHtt stvle. j,. the last half of the seventh Inning I t score stood 7 to .'. against the EdNons, . W. t cam their turn to bat. With two out and men on first and second. iteilly the catcher slammed the ball over t. rK,t tncp for u homer, putting his team In the hail by a run. In the eighth Inning the WVslltmhouso team made a run and tied the score. The IMI .-wi i-. ,..i,,-,. ,u .aiij in una n iiiuii. rM" Inghouse made a grand stand finish of their last turn at bat. Armstrong fanned , and Sachs went out on an easy grounder. ' Strong beat the ball to llrst on a scratch hit. Then after having two stilkes called on him. Shea did the Iteilly act and clouted the ball over the same fence for B.nu rn...i ...ii.. i.. .i.t.. - !.. .!.... .1 circuit. The lMisons fulled to scon- In tho ninth, going out In one. two. three 2 I order. The Thirteenth regiment and the WodtlnghoiiHe bands supplied the music. The score; ... .. . ' " B. B. Westlnghome ,.20104001 : to 14 : N, V ndlrnn .. .4 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 IJ 3 llatt'rlra Dnlloy. Hans and ShoIii.; Sheri dan, Toornor und ItHll), DEAL WITH NAPS HANGS FIRE. Clinnee and Blrinlncham, Hatter lo Trade, Make Counter Propoalt lona. Tho deal for an exchange of players between the New York and Clevelnnds hung lire yesterday for several reasons. When Chance went to bed Friday night he was considering a proposition from the Naps to give up Pitcher George McCoum-ll for Pitcher Kahler und Outfielder llyim. Yesterday morning the P. L. decided that he didn't want Ityan. but would tuku Kahler and another outfielder, preferably Lelbold. He made this fact known to Manager Birmingham, and the latter countered with an offer to give Lelbold and Kahler for McConnell and Birdie Cree. Chance and President Farrell. when nsked about the original proposition made by the Naps' leader, declared Ihat Hyati had been eliiiilliuti'd, but they admitted that they would accept Kahler as mm of the Cleveland players they wanted, Chanco declared several days ago that he whs ready to trade McConnell If he could obtain a fair exchange for tile human church steeple. But whether the New York club will consent to part with Cree in order to land Lelbold remains to he seep. Birmingham was In touch with Presi dent Somers of the Cleveland culb over the long dlstuucc telephone last night. It was said that Birmingham had re clved a counter proposition from Chance McConnell and Cree for Kahler and Urnney but persons directly Interested refused to deny or iiftlrm the reKrl. Ah both managers arc ready to trade McConnell and Kohler, It Is believed that further details w'lll be agreed upon before the Naps leave town Tuesday' night. Inrr-Srala Oalplay Brlahtona. Kast Oranok, N. J July 26. Tho In-r-Scils nine of the National Biscuit Com pany defeated the Brlshtoim of Hast Orange to-duy for Hie second time this season by a score of S to 4 at tho Dodd town Oval, Tho New Yorkers Hewed two runs In the opening Inning, but. the Brighton: caught them In the third, when they tallied thrro by good hitting. After that Macr. the Gotham t wirier, steadied down and tlu toculs did not glvo any fur - ther trouble. Lyons cuucht a heady gaino for the visitors. The score; B. II, i:. Insr Seal 2003003 0 2 t S 4 Urlghtons 00301000 0 4 3 Hatleriea Mayer und Lyons; llugedorn and Teed. $rrr Knsland I.rasiar. At Ijiwrence Lawrence, 7; Brockton, Brockton, First game. Lawrence, 10: Second gume. At Lynn Lowell, 7: Lynn, 0, First game. Lowell, t; Lynn, 4. fuennd gume. At Portland New Bedford, 12; Portland, 3, First game, Portland. 10; New Bedford, I, Herond game. At Worcester Worcester. I: Fall lllver, 0. First gams. Worcester, ; Fair-Ulver, I. Second gam. if .'ii.fi : nn tbcrall. Perthshire I third, .SHEPPARD SHINES IN NEW RELAY RECORD ImII. t iiinilaii Too in Wine' III nil .inn miiiii 1.200 Yard Kvent at Oil it: Park. I KKLLY TAKES ALL U0KXD Athletes 1'uder 175 rounds Compete fr Metropolitan Championship. A record was established in the 1.200 yard relay race yesterday, the feature event of the A. A. V. competitions, at the annual picnic and names of Clan Mac- Donald No. 33. held at Celtic rarw. The winning team, running In tho colors of the I. A. A. C , was composed of four of the fleetest 3(io yard runners In the metropolitan district, namely, Coyle. Klvlat, Sheppard and Roscnbergnr. The time for the race was 2 minutes S 4-j seconds. The victory was brought about mainly through the sterling running of Sheppard, who ran one of the greatest races of his career, gaining fifteen yards in he 300 he ran. The peerless one was roundl) cheered by tho 1.000 spectators us he finished his run far In advance of the second man and the great runner was carried off the field on the shoulders of his admirers. The final 17." pound all around cham- ' Pionshlp of the .Metropolitan Association I was won ' w- Kelly of the I. A. A. C. "lll 11 tl't; -7'" points, I Tno summaries; l"0 Yard Hun Won by J. Ourtln. Olencoe . lu yura; II w .- Ceorce. Doinlnlcin I.Jium. T' uril. reeond; A. S. Nlnl. Knlrhls of si Anthony, 9 yardn. third. Tim. 32 :-3 neciinUn. .-lvn )arii llelny ltace llandirap Won I. A. A. f. ICojle. S yards; Klvlat. ;j Hrdf, heppnr.1, crath. and Itoyenberiter. Ki'r.iti h) . illeiune A I'. (Miltjlion. 11 jMnlc. I'urtell. IS ynrdn. Schea, 13 yards, and At t alitnl. j-eciinci; New York A. C (Kulm. Wthr. Ilullonay and I) I'.rutlo i, 1 haiiilirnps BlveiL third. Time, 1 mlii ui i .'. frcoiiiH. ' 100 Yard Nuvke -Won by It. V. Tlcr. Knlshtn of St. Anthony; P, K. Walter. II.WI.I1I1 A. C. heiulld; J. W. Oulfii, un jrttached. third. Time. II eernnd. lai-i Noil, Viin by W. t'ondnn, Hollywood Inn; A. J. Cidy, unattached, ec . tim. " minm.. 7 i.r. .-..n.i l.iiOO nril lUnUlcap Won by T. II. Ita oeidn. Clark Houi A. A., yards; L. Uor, don. Hollywood Inn. tiS yards, second; 11. It jnk. Holy Cross Lyceum. S5 yards, third. Time. 2 minutes 11 1-.', rcoin!a. 175 POUND ALL ABOUND CHAMPION Hill P. 100 Yard Dash Won by A. Midler. New York A. C. with 704 points: J. II. Fritti. Pastime A. O.. second, with i-tl point-; 1'. .1. O'Connor. Pastime A. C third, with 604 points. Putting IS Pound Hhot Won by II. Jen nlng. uiMtturheii, "ith 3D feet 3 Ini lies (3101; T. L. Mutsukea, Oreek American A. O.. 'second, with 37 feet Inches (544): P. J. O'Connor, Pamtuic A. C, third, with Sii fret 4 Inches ( ISSl. Itunuliig High Jump Won by A. Molter, New York A. C with 5 feet 0 Inches (00)i J. Andromeda, (Jreck American A. C. sec ond, with f. feet 9 Inches (744); P. J, O'Connor, third; with 5 feet 4 inches (7361. 10 Pound Hummer Throw Won by T. I Mntaukes. Oreek American A. C. with 104 feet ; Inches (533); J. P. O'Connor, Pastime A. C, second, with 1)3 feet 7 Inches (2; H. .1. McCarthy, unattached, third, with (S feet 7 Inches (322). U0 Van! High Hurdle Won by J, P. O'Connor, with 550 polnli; J. W. Kelly, sec- mil. with 45 points; F. Jennings, third, with 310 points. Pole Vault- Won by .1. It. l'rltts, with 0 feet 3 Inches (5201; J. Andromeda, sec. mill, with fret 1 472): A. Moller. third, with S feet 0 Inches t3"i). MO Yard Walk Won by J. It. l'rltts, Pas time A. C, with 70 points; T. L. Matsukrs. (Ireek American A. C, second, with 704 points; ):. Jennings, unattached, third, with S42 points. One Mile Itnn Won by J. It. Frltts. with 77 points: P. J. O'Connor, second, with 7.13 points.; T, L. Mutsiike, third, with i14 points. Time, 3 minute- 2 seconds. point from:. J. W. Kelly, 4.757: P. -I. O'Connor, 4,741; J. It. Frltts, 4,343 T. L. Matsukes, 4.171: 11. Jennings. 3,832; J. Andromeda. 3.721; A. Moller, 3,034. D. J. McCarthy. 1,413. HAMILTON RACING RESULTS. Firtt Kaee Puree, IS00; Iwo-je ar-olili: fire and a half furloues Ulaeli Tony, lis ilailtul. 3 to 5, won: Emerald llrm. 101 iKrrierisi, 6 to I for place, second; Bodte, 107 (lliixtom, 1 to 5 lo how, third Time, 1:06 4-5. Perpetual, Ceulauri and Willie Wadclell al.n ran. Second Race Purse, 1600; three year-olds and up, roaleo in uanatiu; one tune ami a sixtn Rock Spnni, 104 illustoui. 9 to :. won: Rua tllnr. 100 ttbiyder), to s for place, second: Carter Sauce, I0i (Ailamsi. : to I to show, third. Time, 1:44. Crjsiiawota. Sarolta. On flramou and Burrock alro ran. Third Race-July Helllnr Steeplechase, ISM added; four-year-olds and up: about two miles (Inn Cotton. 150 (Dupes), to S, won: The African, lii iniisoni, to n to" piaee, seeoim; Dlsaeiitrr. 113 illowseri. out to show, third. Time. 4:10 1-5. Nnttlliaham also ran. Fourth Race Purse, ItOD; thrre year-nlda and un: iiirionns ieocnares. 104 muitoni. 14 to 5, won: Pan Karrta, IM iKedent). 2 lo 1 for nlai-e. scvond: ln po ut. 12 (Cirnssi. I to 4 lo show, third, 'nine, 1:11 5 5. T. M. Brrrii. j Calgary, Noble Brand. Lochirl and Samuel R. M.vfp also ran ruth Race-Prince Edward Selhnc Stakes. tl..'o0 added: three jear-olds and up; one mile and a quarter lllavkford. 10.1 iTrahani, II to 10, won; Paton, 101 illrrnmlri. 3 to I lor place, second: Jenny (ieddes. 103 iMonlnun. out to show, third, lime, 2,i. Fountain Fay and Wlilla Wool also rail. Sixth Race Purse, t,VK: three-year-olds aud up: live and a half furlnnra-U bee It, 10, isnialh, 4 to I, won: Tankard. 101 iRVderist, 4 to 1 for place, second: Flex, 10? iDerondei, 3 to 5 to show, third. Time, 1:03 4.3. Chilton Oueen, black Chief, J. II. Ilout-lilnn. Jon Knlxht, Clem Bra-hry. Sprina Maid. Cloaa, Double Five and Tom Payers also run. Seventh Rate Purse, MM: thiee-year-oldt and np; arlllugi one mile and uu elchlh on turf My Fellow, 107 iDerondei, a In 5, won; Ef feiulte, 117 Itinovi, 5 to 2 fpr plair, sri-ond; Husky Lad. 100 iTeuhum, 2 lo I to show, third, Tims, 1:53 3 3, Koicratt. Mvreiia, Master Jim, back George .and Galea site raa. CHAFPLE DODOES WET SPOTS. I e .Inrio-menl on Slippery Track and flea I a Veriltr. anil Merelrr. Arthur ChapplK succeeded In annexing another victory to his long list of wli last night by taking tho feu turn attrac tion at the Brighton llcach Motordrome, a live mile handicap race. The balance of the card then was postponed by the management owing to the unsafe condition of the track. A heavy mist falling dur ing the evening put the big saucer In a slippery condition. Chappie gavo a field of four a two lap handicap In the feature and by careful rlilliig, picking out the dty spots, got home In front by six lengths. Ills time was :i minutes 2.'i 2-5 sjconds. Hay VcdlU was second and ileorgo Mercler third. Hay Fisher failed to finish, meet ing with motor trouble In the first mile. Tim tlrst heat of the three mile profes sional rare was run off before the big race, John Cox being the winner Ray Vedllz was a close yeconil and Mike Cos tello third. Fran Krebs. taking the place of Martin Teissier, refined to take a chance In ttio event after taking a trial fpln around the track. The. feature of the card to-night will be a three cornered match race between (Charley Davis, Paul Ohno and Mike Cos tello, the winner with another picked rider to meet Arthur Chappie for the championship. AUTO TOURIST KILLED. Kalal Arcldrnt Mara Paelflr Coast Itnn of Indiana Manafartnreva, SAcnAMr.NTo. Cal., July 26. leaving Lake Tahoe at 7 o'clock this morning, the Indiana auto manufacturers on the Pacific coast tour motored 104 miles west over tine roads to this point to-day. A fatal accident occurred ten" miles from Sacramento when an escort car attempting to dodge a motorcycle hit the machine and was thrown agalwt a. telephone pole. The car turned over, crushing the tonneau. J. H. Apple, San Francisco, sustained a fractured skull and had both legs und a shoulder broken. He died on the way to a Hospital, k. i;. Westergrcn, San Francisco agent for the llaynes Auto Company, sustained a fracture of the right arm : Frank Herman, a newspaper reporter, nan ms left wrist fractured. James Shock, driver of the automobile. escaped with a few bruises. Frank Mo- Donald, aged 16, who was riding tho motorcycle, has a fractured skull, but probably will recover. BABY R0 SKIMS WAVES. J. K. Brla'a llyatroplane Trarela lit Mile la 10 Mlnatra 40 Keroada. Kkd Bank. N. J July 2S. Fully 16.000 persons witnessed the second annual car nival of tiio Keansburg Yacht Club on Itarltan Bay to-duy. The races were held over a triangular course from a stake opposite tho steamboat tiler. Tim feature was a twelve milo free ror all. which was won by J. Fred Betz's Baby Ho In !i? minutes 40 second. Mr. Bets, who has a summer home at Oceanic, recently nuiehased the Baby Bo. U Is considered the fastest boat In the hydroplane cl.uis. The tlunllro. Jr., owned by William J. Bralnard of Now Yoik, finished second In 12 minutes 25 seconds. The Demulr. owned by I'lerra l'roal of Jtfd Bank, was thltd In 10 minutes L seconds. In a handicap over a six mile course the Onntlre. Jr.. finished first In 10 minutes 15 seconds. The Baby Ho with drew on the fourth lup due to engine trouble. llltrh Speed Roata at Toledo. Totxbo. Ohio, Jul 2ii. Several of the high speed boats an- here getting rady for the racing which begins on Mond.tv. Among these are the Kitty Ilnwks, three Baby Itellances, Peter Pan V. and Cin derella. The eleoplane Hazi-I II. has been hipped by express and will arrive to morrow. tmerlcan Association. AT MINNEAPOLIS. It. II. II. SI. Paul ...02 1 00 0 0 1 0-4 in Minneapolis,... 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 1 ;: - 11 ; Butteries Relger and Miller; Mogrlilge, Burns and Owens. AT INDIANAPOLIS. It. II. l. Columbus n 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 o t .-, ; liiillamipolls -.' 110 0 110 lu i Ba'.terlss Turner und Murphy; Works and Livingston. , AT MILWAUUKi:. It. II. C. Kansas city ...,0 030000003 5 ; Milwaukee 0 5 0 4 0 1 0 : 115 It I Batteries colngtnn. Itllcy und Moore; Cutting und Bughe.s, Marshall, AT TOLEDO. It. II. U. Louisville 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 7 2 Toledo 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 x 3 llatterleh Janiei und Lam); Toney und Clenmna. rir Yarli anal Srrr Jersey Lraacne. Mldrilelown. i Long nr. nu ll. 2. Flr-t gallie.) Mldilletown. 12; Long Branch, 2. (Serond game.) I'oughkeepsle. 12; New burgh, fi Dunbury, 9; KtngMon, 4. Cattaa Stalea l.eaaar. Juikson. S; Pcnsacola, ( Columbus, ; Selma, 5, Only guinea plued. FINAL HTANDINB W. L. PC. Jarktei.. ..71 21 ,77s Prnrola...7 20 .son Selma 40 40 ..its W, 1.. PC. Clark-dale. 40 37 .412 Coiumbm...37 r,t . Meridian. ..22 72 .234 Western l.eaaar. Deiner. 13; Wichita. 5. Topeku, : Lincoln. 3. Kt. Joe. 12: Hlom city. V Ilea Moines, 12: Oinuhu, 4 Sonth Allanlle l.eaaur. Macon. 3: Columbus. ), .lacksnnkllle. 2: Charleston. I, Savannah, 2; Albany I. (Ten Innings.) K. I. T. I.eaaae, ll.rrlsburf , 2: Bopklnsville. Innings. Vlncenne.", 3: Clarkavllle, 2. Henderson I; Pailucah, 0, Osensboro, 1; Cairo, 0, Texas I.eaaae, Waco, 2; San Alitnuln, 1, Houston, 7i Austin, A. Reauinnnt, I: Dallas, 1, I. Kiev en (inlveaton, 3; Fori Worth, limine". Darkness. 3. Fourleen Carolina taaoclntlon, Wliiht'in i'elem, tiinhum, I. Ashevllle, 15, rliallnlle, 2, I'llsl gain. Aslievllle, 2! I'lnirbitte, 1, Second game, llab-lgh, : (ireeiiahtiio. 0. First garni Kalelgh, I; Urceiisboru, 0. aiecond game. Although Tom Longboat, Onondaga Indian long distance runner, failed to win first prlxo money In the Ihc tnllo match race for ptofesslonals ut the carnival of sport.i on Hbbots Field yesterday after noon, his performance bi ought forth the cheers of the crowd. Seldom has a loser met the reception given to trie big Indian. Androw Sockalcxls was coupled with l.onglKiat In tho match race against Fred Meudows of Canada nnd Alfied Hhrubb. fe'ockalexst, who ran In lust summer's Olympic marathon, started against Shrubb. It was the Indian's tlrst profes sional appearance. Th Shrubb-Mendown combination led by a stride throughout the first mile, Longboat, who was en gineering the Indian duet, being content with that style of tittack for tho Inex perienced Kockulexls. During the second mile each time the youth from Oldtown, Me., relieved Long lioat he appeared to bo getting weaket, and on several Occasions Longbout run two laps at h time to afford his mate ample rest. Occasionally Longboat let out a burst of speed. Shrubb managed to keep ahead of tho weakening Kockalexls in his turn, but his underpinnings did not look strong. He had removed his intistitche to decelvo him self Into thinking he was voting again. But i hrubb minus his mustucho was only a shadow of the old Shrubb plus the mus tache. Still he kept well ahead of ijacka- lexls. During the fourth mllo Sockalcxls ex perienced stomach disorder and had to lie down after his tlrst lap. Hero Iioiigboal went out and plugged four laps ugultist his two opponents, Shrubb and Meadows. Sockalexls ot tip for a touch off, but iAinglwat Ignored him und kept going after tho leader. Cheers followed him all the way around the track. Ho rati four of the six laps In tlm last mile trying to overtake the. leaders. Ho would relieve ShrubK but when Meadows would relieve the Knglksh- man. Ixingboats margin between victory and defeat would bo lengthened again. His endurance, however, was phenome nal. Both Meadows and Longboat fin ished with a grand sprint, the latter 20o yard liehlnd. The time was 23 mlnute 8 4-5 seconds. Longboat ran over thtee and a half miles of his team's five. Sock alexls wast completely exhausted. One unfeeling fanatic shouted "Dig a hole alongside of him" when he fell to tin ground nfter running the third lap of the lust mile. Abblc Wood of Kngland defeated Blllv Queal by half a lap in the five mile match race. Queal ching closely to the speedy Briton for three miles, and then cracked. Wood sprinted the entire last lap und won by half that distance In fast time over the turf track, 25 minutes 31 2-5 seconds. Queal got his revenge In the one mile event for professionals. Ixmgboat, Wood and Meadows .stinted against lilm. Long lai.it diopped nut ill tile thllil lap amid applause tli.it few victors received. The crowd, had his earlier perfni mance frcsn In inlhd. Queal and Wood InterchamJeil the leadership until the last lap. when Qu"ul, with his lumbering stilde, started a spurt that opened a gap of two yanl? between him hiuI the speedy son of .1. Bull. Wood came back to half a trhb' behind his rival in the n-t second. Willi sprinting speed the pair went stride roi stride over the last furlong. A dead heal seemed a certainty, but Queal etowded hl puisuer nway from the Hags und won hy six Inches. Donald McDoiignll of the New- Toil. Athletic Club, national and woild's ama teur leciud holder, won the two mile Australian blc.vcle pursuit tace In fi min utes 21 2-5 second". Franklin Fisher "f the Irish American Athletic Club wn figured to be a stum- contender, but wu pas"e.l in the Hist mile by A. Krushcl of Buffalo, who tllil-hed second. Joe Fouler nf six day cycle fame won two ease vlctoiies fiom Alfied (linillet of Australia In the professional bicycle eviiits. A third event was' scheduled between, litem, but such ainiu'-'eiuent piiivt-d lltllieci'ss.liy. lloullet didn't have a chance One of tiio novel fcatuie- of the b!R day was tin- humlri'l yanl d.isb between sill". It wh" tun fiom renin? Held to inline pl.itc Miss Julia Downey, a suffra got to by trad", won the event In the commendable time "f 13 seconds. Mis" Pmvney hulls ft run Biooklyn Tim summitries? rive Mile Team Ibue. Prnfeei-I.iliiil Won by Alfred Shrubb, F.iirUii.I. and 1 r-'l Meadows, iiiiudi. Andrew s.icl.iili U Old town. Me., iil'd Tom l.mKl'".it anuiW. se.ond Time. :3 mlnut s 4-5 """I" , t-nur Lap rmv Itel.i. .100 V urn.-- V u l,v l-'ort llnn.n.k Willi Mewthard ' si'mltli A- ' ' 1 l ienih I-or 'Hamilton ""'' " '"' ,: Mar'".!., n' llencke. VV M.Cl.ie.' ..d -I C D'' "me. minutes is 1 sc. imda Plve Mile l.l' -li li n e, Pr.ife.sl.innl "11 by P. Wood, llnghind. William Quea'. AleiJan.lrl.i II iy V V. second, Time. ;., liilnilles 31 J " seconds. One Mile I ipen Itai e, Prnfessliit'iil Won li William ljtie.il. Ne-v Vnrk. A. 1! Woo.l. Ihicl.inil. seconil Fred Mi-.nlnw". '.inad.i third, Time. ( minute" ::( I " seinnds Ctrl"' Mulih llaee. 1"" Vunl- Won Jullu l)nwne, HriH'Vlyu, Addle Hut blusuii. I'.minln so mid Time, 13 scnnils. Two Mile Australian Blcjele Pursuit Itnee Amateur Won bv Donald McDnug.ill N' York A ' . A. IJrmhel, lliirf.lln, se.-nml. Franklin Fislier, Irish Amcrk.in A '. third Time, '.' minute" Jt "-3 secimds Htccle Mutch Itai es. Pi nfes-'lolni I Alfred riinilli't Australia, vs. .loe Pnglet, llrne!ln half mile- Won b 1'osl'T IMine. I hi Mil e .11 1-5 seconds Two mile Australian puimu' nn e, mi by l'l'Blrr. Time. 5 minutes 1 s "-5 sei onils. line Mile Hel.iy liaie. Alliaieiir n.iii i- Waller Italeluli Nev York A ' Alfred Lake. Umpire rity Wheelmen. M-, und .lidm 1 Iteclii. Umpire i'Iij- Wheelmen, third rime, 2 minutes 4.' 2 5 secnncls, I Following tiio close of the tine, com. j petition, the Knigiits of St. Antony and 1 the IVnn lili'lis tool; to the diamond to decide the nil-piofesslonal ihnniiion ship of Ihooitl ii. Tlie Knights won nn uphill victory by n score of 7 in ".. Charlie Piiyuti'i', finllcltlng ut short licbt for tiio vlclors, lulled nut four nf th" iiIiia bltM be IiIm t:im mill nbi'ii! n lit-ill limit game nil round, The i-cmv: , i: ll R. K. of St. Anton' u n u . I -' o 7 : ". I'enn (liens I I 1 o .' o ,i o n , r, i II. tileries ..l.'lilli; and I'.ukm.tii, Abb) a -Meyers. 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