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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918.
9 Jj!inJl0A Wields Racquet YOUNG COAST STAR EXHIBITS PROWESS Johnston Hcnts Nnnkivrl -With Hnse In Crescent A. C. Ton n is Tourney. TRIKS TO GET PRACTICI So Second Set Is Close Looks l.iko Pocket Edition of Mi'I.oiighlhi. Followers of Inwn tennis nrotmil New Totk h ill th'lr first opportunity yesterday to tto W. M. Johnston, the star racquet wlelflcr from California, whn recently won the I,onsiiil Imwl, In notion. Johnston met .ind defeated O. Nnnklvel of the rl Unl K. C. Il.iekrns.trk, X. J., In the open Inn round of tho Now York Stuto chnm pion'hip touninmcnt at the Crescent A. l In Hi) llidse. The Westerner took Mr.iUht sets, 1. 7 5. The enthusiasts expected to see u second MrUiuKlilIii and what they realty saw a pocket edition of the famous Cali fornia cotnet, for Johiiton tip the beam i at 120 pound. The nowcumei has a little nf the comet about hlni too, for although' he licks the finish of his fellow Westerner, t he surely owns a meteoric smash. His bnrkhand looks letter than McLouKhlln s and he cover Kround with the same .imoiint of speed as the national champion. As a matter of fact the only things be lack, to make him n worthy rival of the l).iU eup winner are experience nnd a little more welKht. llclnir young, he surely will ret the former and more than i likely the latter. lie did not show to hl best yesterday by any mean, for after winning the Hrst set I with ease h took the swhiiiJ more In the1 nature of practice. As a result he netted n jrrcat m my halls nnd threw away a lot of .iy ehanics. In the llrst set he rolled up a total of 31 points to his opponent's t", while In tt.e second sot he made 39 to II for Nanklvel. The summaries: New York State Championship. Men's Mnsle.- Tim reund s. C. Cook defeatetl It. L'artwsll. J'., 61, 0; 11. M, Ilaleh il.f.uteil T. It. 8. Andrews, 97, . i -3. F C. nnpKs defeated Dr. 11. F. Drake, I, :. 41. S. (iroe.beck defeated F. II. nder.nn b default, It. Perry defeated ltn Thompson, s 3. 4 , 63; II. H. Parker ti.featrd t. II. Johnson. 3, 6 0; V. It. J-p.ncer il.feated II. S. Morse, fl 3, f I, J Jl llokomhe. Jr., defeated C. M. Hull. . -3. C t. It. W. Hcabury defeated n. W. Malr, t1, 6 2. II, I.. Went tall dcfenteil .1 I' Tomltn.on. Jr.. hv default; W. n. Hourne ilefeated J. Illtclile by default; H. M. Phillips ilefeated l're.tnn Cuming, Jr., t.S, t i, ii 3; c. F. Watson, Jr., de feated C. C. Chamber., S 0. 6 I; II. XlckeMon ilefeated I. S. Hrln.mude, 64, 6, .. II. Vo.hell defeated F I. I.tnen. i; 1. 61. II. Norton defeated A. I). Ham mett. L 1; Walter M. Hall defeated 1 ilra... 6 4. 6 3; Ir. Unlnir Taylor de feated F llardcastle, Jr., S 3, 3; U. W Warlnc defeated II. C. Peardon. s 1, I. U Ileekman defeated (. Ritchie, t 2. C 4. C. M. Hull, Jr.. defeated Dean JIathey. ", 62. Robert Le Hoy de feated N. (1. Johnson. 6 2, fi 3; ilu.tnve F, Tourhard dafeated C. Ueailey, Jr., C 0, i.r, (1. llurxe.s defeated W. D. Love. 3S, S , 63, F. W. Paul. Jr., defeated A. Sparks, 61. C l: N. L. Pate defeated K. I. Fl.her, tZ. 64; T. C. Cnrln won from C. H. Cutting by default; Philip Koterts won from W. H. Coute. tiv default; ii I.. Wyeth won from II. II. Martin by default, II. C. Martin defeated 8. Holt, 1, 0; J. Bowden won from Lincoln Itetmer by'tlefault; W. M. Johnson defeated i. Nanklvel, I, 7 S. Het-ond Kound C. Hopes defeated R, D. McClave. 4, 9 7; Henry W. Slncum won from F. P. Humphreys by default; Theo dore H. Pell defeated T. W. Potter. 61, r, 8. A. Westfall ilefeated Henry I'ope, i". 1 . C 0, II. M. Hothrchlld defeated Harold Swatn. 4, l T, 63, H. U HagK. de. feated S. C Cook. 3. S , It. II. I'almer dereated II. H. Partridge. C :. 63; K. F. Thomas, Jr., defeated F. J. Kcheverrla, 4. 6 4: Alan Tobev won from II. W, Hoblnaon by default; M. 1.. I. tlalvao de feated H. P. Farrlnnton. 61. C CI. A. 1. Dlonne defeated J. F. Patterson, s 6, c . Third Round Alan Tobey defeated E. F. Thomas. Jr., 4. 6:. TWO NEW AUTO AGENCIES llelaa llopmoblle Representative and Ruwiuan for Oakland. Two announcements of cnr agency changes were made yesterday on auto mobile row. Charles B. Ilelss & Co, have acquired tho ugency for Hupmobllo cars In this territory. Temporary head quarters will be maintained at the sales- 1 rooms of the American-Marlon Sales I Agency ut 1896 Broadway. Salesrooms and a service station will be opened as eoon as desirable quarters can be located. It (I. Neighbors, sales manager of the Hupp Motor Car Company, Detroit, has been In the city for several days for the purpose of selecting a successor to the II J. Koehler Sporting Goods Company, which formerly handled the Hupmobllo line. The Sidney B. Bowman Automobile Company, distributors for Marmon cars, will take over the Oakland agency to day Mr. Bowman will distribute Oak land cars for eastern New York, northern New Jersey and several counties In Con necticut. With the acquisition of the agency Mr. Bowman also has acquired the Oakland salesroom at 1600 Broad way, and will continue It. FISHER KEEPS ON WINNING WAY. t nlveralty Ilelnhta Trophy Holder Alliances to Serol-tlnals. William Fisher, who won the trdphy list year advanced to the semi-Anal round in the lTnlverelty Heights lawn tennis tournament yesterday, when he defeated Marry Kllppcr. B 2. 6 0. Fisher was far superior on all around play and did not liae to extend himself to win. The sum marUs : Men'. Slnsles Fourth round A. Nanks i 111 defeated B. V. Hlbley. 61, : W. II. Wood ilefeated A. 11. Van Orden. 4, i -t, f C. Chambers defeated A. Brown, k -2, (I 0; A, J, Ostendorf defeated R. F. Thomas, r, 3. 79. 36. Fifth Hound William Fisher defeated Horry Kllpurr. f 5, 60; A. Nankavlllt defeated W. II, Wnnrl, 108, 6; C. C. fhnmbers defeated Kly Tlehar, 6 1, 6 0, Men's Doubles Second round Walden nnd McLean defeated McCahlll and Kllpper, i a. c 0; Hnln and Burr Uefeatad Dewey and llln.iiburn, 6 M, 61, 6 0; Bwnyna nnd (tlr dafeated Bnnls nnd Wulf." J, I; (irenz nnd Martin defeated Begram snd Nankavllle, 75. 6 . Third Hound A. J Ontendnrf and Dr. William Ito.enbaum won from O. C, A. Child nnd partner by default: A. Brown and V,' II wood ilefeated Urlflln ana Sibley, i 4. 2. llflatr-rn Trade Clolfrrs Disport. (lAfine.v Citt, U I., July 31, The Eastern Trnde Oolf Association hold Its summer tournament nt tho Salisbury links to-day W, II. Burnett was tho winner of the eighteen hole medal play handicap llh n net score of 73, O, W, I'lerpont's "0 look second prlio. Consolation prlro went to F, K. Chew. A round of match May against bogey was won by F. C. Jennings, whn finished 2 up. A best hall foiirsomn event fell to H. It. Watson and H. J, Hauxwcll. Maher Hide Cap Winner. SptrM CnMe Despatch to Tits Si n. loniion, July 31. Danny Maher, tho American Jockey, rode L. Bruasey's Cat Mint to victory to-day In the lace for the Qoodwuod Cup, the feature of the 'ioodwood meeting. Allepo was second a'lil Major Iiders I.anco chest third There were only six startcts. Grand Circuit llacvs fin Over, CiMANt) lUu'ins, Mich., July 31, A light drlrl of rain tn-ilny prnvented tho Orand Circuit harness horse races. They were ptNtfouod until to-morrowi SEEKS NEW YORK STATE TITLE William M. .Inhnatnn, the Inlckl trnnla rrnnder from the Pnrlde C'nnal, vlio, nfter wlnnlnK the l.onxiTond t'hullriiKr IIohI, la tr Iiik hla skill In the .New VorU Mlntr limrnnmrnl tin Ihr C'rraernt A. V. ronrls. lip la only IS yenra old. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Yealerdr'a lleaulta. Newark, fi, Montreal, S (eleven Innlngi). Iluftaln. 3; Jersey City, :. Hoehenter. 13. llaltlinore. i. Toronto. 11, Providence, 4. Standing st the Cloba, W. I,. Newark.. . (17 3.1 Rochester.. W 44 Buflalo .11 M iialtlmore. ,.4B M PC. .67(1 .3lu ..VII 4V.1 W. I Uonireal....4. ' Providence 47 is Toronto 44 17 Jeraey Cliy.,41 CO PC .464 .461 ,436 ,4i)0 Tn.sr'. Sehrdal. Newark In Montreal. JerevClty In tlurlalo. Providence In Toronto. Iialtlmore In Rochester NEWARK CLOSES" WITH RUSH. Makra I'p Five linn lleflrlt nnd Win In F.levrnth. Mon'trrai., July 31 After being five runs behind nt the seventh innlnic New ark bent out Montreal to-dny 6 to u In the eleventh. McC.raynor. after holdtnR the lenders to a pair of single for six Innings, weakened )n the seventh, when three runs were scored. Tho pltrher's own error accounted for two of them. After Swnclna and Collins singled In the ninth, MeUrnynor was replaced hy Smith. Tooley running for Swaclna scored on Collins' lilt, while Oetz's sacrifice fly sent Collins across. A single hy Collins and K. Zim merman's double scored the winner In the eleventh. The score: NEWARK, ab r h p Dallon.rf 3 0 0 ; MONTREAL. ef an r h p 1 n;Almelda.cf 6 : ; 4 0 0!Veucer.3h 4 0 14 Tooley.ef 1 1 0 Osan'r.M 4 1 J W ZVn.lf I 1 n Swac'a.lb 4a: coi s cf.iij r. : 3 K Z'r'n.3b 4 1 2 Oet.:b, .401 Smith, e . u Sehaoht.p 2 0 0 Myera... t 0 0 o o Iiemm't.H 1 1 3 : 0 0 Leunox.lb & 0 1 10 1 OiAllen.rf K 0 1 3 0 (l,Keuiiini.:b 4 0 0 X 1 0 Purtell.ss. 3 0 0 0 C 0 Madden c 3 1 1 r. 1 0 M'ftray'r.B ! 1 1 0 5 n.Smtth.ii. .nooo 0 OjtlH'luiuter 0 0 0 0 uaryer,( 2 0 i o 1 Totals ,.3 10 33 It Total. 31 r, l! 23 n o Hatted for Schacht In the elrhlh inninr. thai led for Smith In the ninth Inninr Nenark..,., ,, 0000003020 1 t Mnnlrn.nl. 1A3AlnnrtiiA n r. Three base htt-Almeida. Allen Two bae ! hits Almeida. eair, fiets. Irt on bases Mf.n1n.nl . Vmyri-L 1 1l,,KI Alt... and I-ennoi. SaenfleH Itr-O-ir SaiTiflee hits E. Zimmerman. Dallon. Yejirer, F Smith, Ilita-Off Mcilrsynor. s in eirht Innlnirs and nArua mil in ninih. nrr umnh i in v. i .,!.. . i on Schacht, 'J In seven inraiifs: off Ilarrer, I In four innlrut.. struck outllj- Mcflraynor, 3; by Smith. 2: by Schacht. 1; by Parier. 1. Pint bae on bull. -Off Mcflraynor, 3: off Schacht, 2: off namer, 2. Hit by pitcher Hy Harder iMaddeni. Wild pitih MeOraynor IJmplres Kelly and Mullln. Tlme-2 houra and & min utes. FIVE IN A BOW FOR BIS0N8. Davis I.o.ea Pitching Darl While Ilia Kanilly Looks On. BurrAi), July 31. The nisons made It live straight to-day by beating the Skeeters In a pitchers' duel between Oeorgo Davis nnd Jameson by the score of 3 to 3. Jameson had all the better of the duel, but the herd scored Its two runs In the sixth, mainly through PurteU's error. Three times a Bison reaRied third base with only one out, but then the Skeeters accorded Davis sensational support nnd cut off tallies at the borne plate. Kx-Senator Davis, George Davis's father, and his two sisters witnessed the game. The score JERSEY CITY. BUFFALO, ab e h d ab r h p Eachen.ef I 1 1 i 0 0 1 0 0 0 a o 3 1 : o 1 o i o i o Tr'dale,2b. 3 10 4 Calh'll.lb 4 M'Cabe.rf 4 IVrry.lf.. 4 Purtell.as 1 nues.Jb... 4 nreen.ib.. 2 Ulalr.e.,.. I DaTU.p... i 7 0 4 t 1 1 3 0 2 1 3 1 2 0 0 aturn.3b 4 Jordan. lb. 4 314 : o Seymo'r.rf I Jackaon.cf 4 Hanford.ll 4 Hoaeh.ts.. 4 9teDhsna.c 4 Jameson, p 3 Total. ..30 2 6 24 15 l Totals ..32 1 10 17 II 1 Jersey City 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-2 Uaffulo 1000020001 First base on balla-Off Jameson. 2; off Davis, r. Struck out-Uy Jameson. 1: by Darts, i. Three baa hit Purtell. Two base hits-Stephens, Koach. ' Bacrlflee hits Purtell. Trues dale. First base on error Buffalo. Stolen base Truesdale. Left on bates Huflalo, 8; Jeraey City, 6. Double play a Roach and Jordan: Vaufhan. Truesdale and Jordan. Hit by pitcher Dans, l. llmpirea-Flnneran and Hart. Time 1 hour and 40 minutes. Rochester Makes fifteen lilts. nociiKSTzn, July 31. Itochester had a walkaway to-day with Baltimore, slam ming both Taff and Morrlsette hard for a total of fifteen hits. Quinn was effec tive all the way and was never In dancer. The scoro: it. h. E. Iialtlmore 000100101 1 6 6 Itochester 10301006 x 19 lt 1 Batteries Taff. Morrlsetta and Kgan; Quinn and Williams. All Three Tirlrlera Fall. Toronto, July 31. In a gnmn replete with errors and free hitting, tho Leafs beat Providence to-day by 11 to 4. Provi dence used three twtrlrrs to try and stem tho tide, but all were touched up hard. The score: ft. II. E Prnvldence 30100006 0 4 7 Toronto 0 4 0 2 10 0 3 x U lt I Batteries Lafltt. Bailey, Moran and Onslow; Lush, Qaw and Ilemls. Mountain Doubles Title Decided. Crawford, N. It.. July 31, Play went through the men's doubles championship for the White Mountain tills tn-Jay and It. M, Currier and W. A. Bradford of Boston were tho winners In a four set match. James Nowell of Winchester, a favorite for the singles title this year, and Charles Wtlhar opposed tho above p'alr, losing the mutch, 64, 76, S , 97. In the singles semi-final Nowell defeated Currier, I I. 4. Here for First Time Medalist Ward Beaten in i ittK9m LEOPARDS AND ARMY IN POLO TILT FINAL To .Meet for Army nnd Navy Cups, Roth Teams Wiiiiiiiisr Semi-final Games. Nauiiaiiansktt I'ikr. It. I., July 31. Following the Intermission In the national polo tournament here yesterday, play was resumed on the Point Judith fields this afternoon In the semi-finals for the Army and Navy cups, offered ns trophies to the victors by Mrs. J. C. Itathborne. I'oint Judith lined up against the Leopards nnd the Army team met the Sand Pipers. In the first event the Leopards won by n score of 11 to 7. By handicap Point Judith received two goals. J. C. Itathborne played aggressively and his Individual drives counted much In favor of the winning team. The second match was closely con tested. Honors went to the Army team, which defented the Sand Pipers by a score of UK to 10.. Malcolm Steven son played with his usual vim for the Sand Pipers. The lineups: Point Judith. Hrp Leopards Hep J. C. Smlthers IJ. C Halhborne 2 F Hoe li.l Auitln Amory . 3 A C Sehwarti.... 2 J II Thnmo. . 3 W I.. UooUwln :,F Ambrti- Clark. . 2 Total .. Total 10 Point Judith Coal, earned. S: It handlrnn. I: 0 penally, 0; total, 7 lopard -Coal, earned, J 1 13: by handicap. 0; penalties P., total. 11V 0 Individual roal. Smlthers. 2, Roe. 2: Seliwaru. II; Itathborne, T. Amory, 2, Thomas. 1. Clark, 2 1 3 Penalties Thomas, 2. Foula- Amory, 1 Iteferee-Fish. 7' Army Hep, Sand liner. Hep 1 I.l A II Wilson . , i;W Handolph . 0 I I.l W W West. Jr. l'W U Siraitlu 1 Lt. J O. Quekeuieyer 1.M Meven.un 7 I -i " ,imu--, ir. i.iM'iijttniiii iv udiim, i Total . . . .41 Total Army Coal, earned. by handicap. tun. ally. ; total, i:. Hand Piper- Goal. earrJd. ! hy handicap, ui iwiislty. total. 10, In airiiiuai soais-wiiwin. :; e.t. n: uee. m"rr:, H.',n,1,0'",,;..1 f,'r1f h',',: i : Oallns. 4 Penalt e. -Fmi . Wll.OlK .afetT. Stevenson. Joyce. nelereemiiip Mevemo'i iimer ELLEN SAVES QUINCY CUP. Trophy Sncresaf ally Defended by Boston Yacht ('lull. Marblkhkap, Mass., July 31. The sondcr boat Kllen. owned by C. P. Cur tis, representing the lloston Yacht Club, won the Quincy cup. Two races were sailed to-day, and In the murium; the Tern, owned by ft. M. Sears, was the winner, with tho Chnnco second. The race was sailed in a strong wind and the little craft proved very able. The course was triangular, and on the wind ward leg the Tern stood out to sea and outsailed the others, which held In toward the share. In the nfternoon mre only tho win ners of previous races In tho series started. These were Kllen, Clmi and Tern. Skipper Curtis on the windward leg stood out to sea and found n better wind than the other two found In shore, and at the weather mark Ullen led the Tern by 1 minute 3 Keconds and the Clma by 3 minutes 13 seconds. Tho elapsed times: First Baee Tern. II. M. Rears, Corinthian Y. ('.. 2:0:I4; Chance. C. A. Wood. Ka.tern Y. C, 2 :0V : 20; Ellen. C. P. Curtis. Boston Y. C. 2:09:54: Clma, (iuy Lowell. Man chester y. :.. ::12:I9, Second Ituce Ellen, C. P. Curtis. 1:25:50; Tern, II. Jl. Sears. l:24:St; Clma. Uuy Lowell. 1:21:04. The Ellen wins three races and the Tern and Clma one each. DUBAS IMPROVES STANDING. Helps Proapeets for Hreond In Chess Tilt by Ueatlntc tiro miner. O. H. Duras of Prague further im proved his standing and prospects of second prise In the masters' tournament of tho Rice Chess Club by winning his game from Prof. Crommer of Paris In the ninth round yesterday. The Bohemian master had the white side of a queen's pawn opening, to which his opponent replied Irregularly. The game lasted 43 moves. This made Durus's scoro 6 to 1. It. T. Black of Brooklyn kept second place for the time being by defeating J. Bernstein In a Buy Lopes after 40 moves. A. Kupchik, third In the race. also kept pace with hla rivals by worst ing r . P. Iteynon in a Buy Lopei last ing 23 moves. Tho same opening was played between Phillips and Chajea, who adjourned after 33 moves. Pomarra Lowers llackensark Mark. Hackknsack. N, J July 31. In a match game on the Hackensack Oolf club links this afternoon between L. W. Pom ares and T. II. Thomas the former lowered the amateur record for the course as fol lows: Out 49444423 K-33 In 4 3 3 I I ! 4-36-49 A. A, II. Athletes Warned. The registration commltteo of (he Met ropolitan Aimoriniioii in me A. A. I warns all registered athletes that the ten mii i. utA .. itim...i lino- iiiiiii. '1IIICI yarn noi nunuajr . ntn .aiigiiiinra. an I. nnt annrtlnniwl All uhsw wnrwM4i wu auyut iiicuusim. WARD TAKES MEDAL; LOSES FIRST MATCH Garden City Golfer Leads Field t. Shnwnee Course With Cnrd of 78. JEWRY TRAVGRR NOT THERE Champion Sends Rcprets Local Flnyers Prominent. With Those to Qualify. Dbi.awaiik, Pa., July 31 Congratula tions were, quickly followed by coiulo tnnccs In tho Invitation golf tournament of the Shawnee Country Cluh to-day when John M. Ward of Oarden City, after leading the Held In the qualifying found, met defeat at match play. In the medal play test Ward, with A. W. Tlllnghast. the lioine president, for a partner, reeled off a 78. a score which might easily have been bettered with anything like steady putting on the Inward holes. Both Tilllnghnst and Ward reached the turn lu 40 nnd when the latter almost holed his tee shot at the short thirteenth lt looked as If he had a 74 coming. From lu re on, however. Ward kept taking extra putts. In Justice to the erstwhile baseball star It may be said that he had only recently resumed playing after nurs ing a wrenched shoulder. Ills medal card was as follows : Out 4Cr, 446ti 340 In I 5 4 2 6 3 3 i S 3878 Closely pressing the lender came Itegl tiald Worthlngton, the homo golfer, wno won this tournament a ear ago. Worthlng ton went out In 36, but got Into trouble at the fourteenth nnd took 13 for the In ward half. Ills 7! led C. P.. Van VIeck of Montclnlr by a stroke. Five players tied nt fll for Inst place In the llrst sixteen and en the playoff C. II. Lovett of Bucks County won. The draw for the first match round brousht Ward and Oarlleld Scott of the Philadelphia Country ClUb together. Ward failed to keep up the pace that he set In the morning and wus nlways down. Scott won by 4 up and 3 to play. Worthlngton always had command of the situation over II. T. Allen of Fox Hills and turned for home 6 up. It. M. Iwls, the lad from ItUlgefleld. Conn., qualified with an Sfi and then won easily In the first mutch round, llnrnld Slater of Fox Hills, who qunlllled with a similar score, also won at match play. The committee provided for three six teens and opinion Is divided as to the pi ohable outcome. Jerome Travers had promised to play, but at the last moment teleciaphed regrets. SIX COURTS HELP PROGRESS. Women's Tennla Tonrnry at Itonnd llefore SeniUlnals. Woodmeue, L. I.. July 31. With six courts going all nfternoon the first In vitation women's lawn tennis tournament nt the Woodmere Club hete to-day ru brought up to the round before the semi finals. All the matches played were won In straight sets. Brackets were not held open for late comers, and as a result there were quite a few defaults. Tliu summaries: Women's Hnicle Flr.t round Ml. Mary Content defeated Ml., l.urllle Well, 6- 3, rt 4 MI.m Con.iam-e Morderal de feated Mb. Edith Xeeiimn. --. 6 3; Ml. Nltn Hair defeated Mr.. An.tufher, f 3 t- 2. Ml.. Marx. ret Urine defeated Mr. C Wulf. 3. 1. Ml.. Edith Kl.emsn won, In default. Ml." Harriet Kl.her sun. bv def.iult. Ml.. Floreme Hurt defeated Mi. Morv lliiiiillmn, c 0. C 3, Mrs. Nathan won l default. Sri end Hound Ml. Mur Content w on, by defiult. Ml.. Connanre Mordecal won. by default Mrs H limits defeated Miss NltH Pair. -3, Ii 0. Ml.. Margaret lroe non b default, Miss Hiria Mnrcu. defeated Mis. I'.lkln.. . 6-0 Mis. Jeanette Mrver defeat d Ml.. Alldi Hamilton. 64. c- i, Ml Euitenle Strlner ilefeated Mis. Lucille Mordecal. 0. -2. Ml.. Sophie Knopf defeated Miss Edith HrlltC. 1, 7 '. Mis. Claire Ca.sell defeated Miss tioruili obermejrer. C 2, C 2, Mrs. Op penhrlin defeated Miss Lonl.e Obertneyer. i.- :. f. -3, Miss Els- Knhn won. by de fault Ml.s Edna He.s defeated Miss Del phlne Hiisentbal, 1 -1. Mle Edith Elseman on, by default; Miss iSendol n Hrunduti defeated Mis. Fisher, 60, 63, Ml.s Florence Hurt .let-fated Miss Anne Hamilton, 6--1. C 0 Mrs. Nathan defented Miss Am) Well, 6--4. f. -0. Third Hound -Ml.. Constance Murdecal defeat,.. 1 Mls Mary Content, i 1. 4, Mrs. fVhmlti .lefealed Ml.. Marsret (trove. 6.-4, , Miss Erna Marcus.. defeated Miss Jrsnette t'nser. k2. J; Miss EiiKenle Stelner defeated .Ml.s Sophie Knopf, s 2, fi- 1; Ml.s Clare Caell defeated Mrs. Op penhelm. 1. 0. Mis. Edns He., de. leatetl Mis. Elsa Kulin. f 1. 4; Miss 0entloln Brandon defeated Miss Kdlth Klsemwn. 2. 4; Mr.. Nathan defeated Miss Florence Hart, -3. --4. SEEK FRANCHISE IN FEDERAL. Talk of lllvldlim 4'lroult In Kaatern and Western C.ronps. Indianai-olis, July 31. Two proposi tions, one to mnke the Federal Baseball League un eight club affair nnd unnther to make It a twelve or sixteen club league, with an Eastern nnd Western division, will be discussed nmong other matters nt a meeting of the Federal League ut the Washington Hotel here Saturday. Base ball men In New York, Baltimore. Phila delphia, Buffalo, Brooklyn, Detroit. Mil waukee and Oliiclnuutl. who have peti tioned for admission, nre anxious to get action. It Is Bald, There now are only six clubs In the league. With New York, Iialtlmore, Phlladcl phla, Buffalo nnd Brooklyn seeking admis sion some consideration will be given at Saturday's meeting to the scheme to form a league of two divisions. Pittsburg very likely would be thrown Into the Kaatern division, It Is said to be it foregone con clusion that the league, If It Is decided to keep Its circuit In one division, will at least be made Into an eight club league. HAMILTON RACING RESULTS. First Rare Six furlonxs Crystlawoga, 107 (Teshanl, 11 to I. straight, won; John llowmun, 107 (Moody). 3 to 2 for place, second; Puritan Lass, 100 (Kederla), even to show, third. Time, 1:14 l-. Planutort, Half shot and Mausolua also ran. ... Second Hace Two-year-olds: six furlongs Alador, 11 (Slrelel, 4 to I, straight, won: The idol. 107 iBhuttlngeri, 2 to 1 lur place, second; Hernials, 102 (Taylor), 3 to I to show, third Time, 1 IS 4-5. Irish Ann. Len nle 1. Patty Regan and Reheat also ran. Third Race Six furlongs Nimbus. 101 (Teahanl, 7 to 1, straight, won; Chilton King, 107 (Wilson), J to 1 for place, second: Jonquil. 110 (Kederls). 3 to T to show, third. Time. 1:14 1-6. Carrlllon, Stanley 8, Rosemary, Burning Daylight and Pluvious Fourth Hace One mile and s sixteenth Samuel H. Msyar, HI (Ooo.el, to I, straight, won; Lochlol. 107 (Small), even for place, second; Elwah, 104 (Decentler), i m 1. to show, third. Time. 1:44 l-l. Cousin Puis. Flora Fina and Harnegal also ran. . , ... .. - . Flftn Jiace Pl rurninse it. ii. i,. warenger, 104 (Waldrnn), i to I straight. nn; Afterglow, 107 (Neylon), to s tor place, second: Montcalm, 109 (Martin), 4 to I 1 to show, third, Time. 1:13 1-6. Myaenll, I Chry.els, (lemmell, Mlrcnrukee, Time's NlKhlmare, lllnck Hlver ami Hobby Cuok " HlxtiV'ltare Two-yaar-olds; flvs furlongs Janlel. 10. (Waldronl, 4 10 I straight,! won: Patience, 10 (Ward), 11 to I for. plate, second; Nancy Orme, 108 (Teahan), 4 to 5 tn show, third. Time, l;00 3-r,. Kl- 1 dellty. Mnry Plrkford, Diamond Cluster. Ruts Around. Zmll.r, Indolrnce, (londnlll and Wanltn also ran. 1 J and Wanltn a seventh Ha tine mile raion, tut rnnii.i. ) to in ntr.iiBiii. w on i .Mariorie a. t V,,-....., . , . ,V ..!.. ..n.l . .!.. ' " j,,,,;,,,, ,,4 (malli. but to show, third. I 1 TUB, till i-l. nias4Ui)ra 4um aa Breakers Ahead for President Ebbets DRKSIDENT KHBKTH of the Brooklyn club may bo finttl by tho National Commission for violating tho provisions of the national ngrccment. EbbcU, it tip pears, sold Pitcher Kent to the Toronto club without first obtaining waivers. Kent pitched ono gamo for Joo Kollcy'a team, when ho was claimed by tho I'ltLslmrR club. President Lynch notified Kent tov report to tho Pirates utid ho showed up yesterday. The penalty for selling a player to a minor Icaguo club without first asking for waivers is 1500. The commission will call 1 upon the Brooklyn magnate for J an explanation. Kbbcts is with tho . Dodgora on the present Western trip. j ANKLE DEEP WINS FIRST RACE. Make 4(1 Miles an Hour and Leads for (iulil Cbellenae Cap. Alexandria Bat, July 31. The Ankle Deep, owned by Count Castmlr Mankow ski and representing the Lake (leorce Yacht Club, won the first rnce for the Gold Challenge Cup to-day. nnd unless some accident happens In coining tnces the trophy will mnke Its home on Luke Oeorm after nine yrnra sojourn on the St. Lawrence. There wete six sturters In the rnce nnd nil finished without ncci- dent, but the Sand Burr III, was so far astern that the Judges did nut wait to time her. The course was thirty miles In length nnd the conditions wero Ideal for fnst racing. This contest Is the event of the summer season here nnd all sorts of craft from canoes to cruising steamers wero out so that their ownets might watch the racing. The Ankle Deep's time foi the 30 miles wns 41 minutes .'.! seconds nnd her nverage speed 40 miles an hour. The race was started at 4 ;30 o'clock. Ankle Deep was last away, a minute late, but on the first round she soon took the lead and mntle the llrst tin mlb-H In 14 minutes 17V, seconds. The P. D. Q , representing the Chlntiewa H.iv Vneht Club, was second nnd On. Mill 111 ,,..v, .er'best'but'sVin 'V" W"d" "5? U,'V? at her best but still she made the fnst- st round of the triangle each time. The Mitt III. represented the Thousand Islands Yacht Club: the Little Joker 11, e t ht C ub: the Little loker Hip T'inns,, Yiclit elm. . Jh it. ... 1 .u .'! ," yacht Club; the Mutt. Jr.. the Kings- ncht Club, and Hand Burr III., the Zee Y ton Atlantic City Yacht Club. inree races nre held and the winner Is determined by the point system. The times for each round follow: GOLD CHAI.LE.NO K CUP RACE. 30 MILES El.ni..l i'.L lloat Ankle Deep P. 1 Q III Mitt III. . . Little Joker. .Mutt. Jr Sand Btrr III tl 3.1 M S. M S jl s IS 2: 1& Hi. 41 i'j If. IS 4 s 41 lt 41 lii 36U 411 44U 1: n; tl 4:1. IT M IT 5.1 M 0:t, IS 41', Time not taken CRUISER NIAGARA HITS REEF. Commodore Kotcher's rw Yacht la Dlsnhlrd In Itnee. Pct-in Hat. Ohio. July 34. The racing to-dny wns marred by accidents, The events were for cruisers. The Niagara, owned by Commodore C. W. Kotcher of Detroit ran on the Peach Point Beef while making a turn In the race for Class B. 0 foot, cruisers. The Niagara lost her rudder nnd damaged her stern. She wai towed In for repairs. The 1 R. H., jr also hit on the same reef, but she managed to finish the race Comnioilnr.. Kotcher protested on the ground that the warning flag which should have marked the reef was absent nnd It Is possible that the heat may be declared off. The second heat was postponed In order to allow the two yachts time to make re pairs. The Niagara was finished onlv n few da ago ut Port Clinton, made her llrst trip to Toledo and cruised with the Meet .esterday. The L. 11. It.. Jr.. In spite of hitting the reef, finished first. Her time for the 21 miles was 2 hours 4 minutes 14 seconds. The Letmorc 111, was second In 2 hours 1ft minutes 2S seconds. In the race for c.ibln'luunehes 4ft to 60 feet, the Barbara II., representing Commodore Percy Jones, won. Her elapsed time for the 21 tulles was 2 hours 2S minutes .It! second. 'Twill Do of Cleveland won the race for Class H boats. The Avona of Lorain was second and the Kcho of Cleveland third. The rnce for Class S lsiats was won by the Nanky Poo of Cleveland nnd the Craftsman of Cleveland won the race for Cluss T, open boats under 40 feet. "This Beer Suits Me for it tht Choicest Brtie from Wherever You HAVE .ssaa. M MORNING SUNDAY EVENING WITH YOU Mail jmv araW NOW,inaKUnf kU THE SUN, New York: (Starting THE SUN ? u8 d? for Encloeed And I Name AddreM Town 1st M S It IT't IK 1M l W IT 1M, IT 3i, is o:i, You uiU tt Dt'Uhtti With freer 1- HOMOKUS RACEGOERS SEE TWO BAD SPILLS Horses and DriverH Shaken Up in Sinaslu'H That Wreck ' ItAciiis? Sulkies. llonoKUfl, N. J July .11. After two days of trnmiull racing nt the Metropolis tan Circuit meeting nt llokohus '.o-day's programme was marred by two accidents, , one of which threatened serious danger, Kveiythlng hod been smooth Mailing until the third heat of the Mist nice, when the llrst and least serious of the spills no- 1 curred. The Kxpose, a bay niuru by Kx- Iponetit, nfter taking the llrst two hentn crashed Into Millie Miller Just after tho ' gctuwny. The Held was sent off to a . .bad start nnd The Kxpose got Into a' pocket. The two sulkies wet badly I smashed, but no serious damage resulted, the track being cleared before the other ' conteHbiiitH ciiino around In the second iup. The Judges placed tho horses nnd per mitted them to start In the next heau The nccldent, however, unnerved The Kx poso nnd handicapped him so that Center vllle, n blnck stallion, came to tho front and won the race In the next three heats. The next nccldent occurred right on tho heels of this one. After starting the rnce with n wabbly wheel A. X. Becker tried to pull Henry HedMorth up nt the I first turn to avoid a collision. In so :i1oIhk he threw his chnrgc Into the wheel tof the sulky drawn by Dick Mason. . Becker was thrown high In the nlr from his scat nnd the horse fell heavily. lie J became entangled In Dick Mason's wagon 'and the latter dragged the fallen horso tbiiut nfty ynrtls. Tho real of the field went on nnd finished tht; race. Both drivers and horses walked bnck to the stand, the horses limping and the dtlvers bntlly shaken up. The tecotnl race, tho only one of the .tlu - eu which was frco from mishaps went lu stralitht heats. Leo A., a bay .stnlllnu. enallv sbowed bis mettle In the tlltee starts alitl Ityan put Ills charge under tho wire by n safe margin on nil the oi-caslotis. The summaries . CLASS TROTTLNtl -PCKSK. lao-MlLG II K ATS. THItEK IS FIVE. I.eo A . b s, by Jack Welsh iRyani 1 1 1 .Naiuy nnyer. b m t.Mcurathi 1 Kslvla. h m. (Murray!. &rd-TSu.mMrgrKl":; .Senator M . Ii k lOairiaitn .... Tramway, b t iWortendkei . ... ' IMI Vara Hoy. blk x (HallenbecUi .13 T n . ! 10 11 11 I ( ' Ilarel1e.1er.br s iiiurgessi ' Hsreiie.ter. nr s iiiurce..). Maiearet MeC.rennr. b m illod.onl 1 Jane IJ.. b m (Hhoden Time ::isi J-.ie,. :.15', 1 1 11 !:11 class Pacini;- puiisk. ii.ooo-mile HEATS. THHr.K 1 FIVB Ell.north It , br n . by Pluto iCrotier)., 1 1 1 John K Hal. b (Newelli ...:: Hoaebud McKlnnrr. b m iDoberty).. . 10 C : Marietta, b m illallentieeki 4 3 h tl'.ek M.1.011. blk ir ll'o.tl 3 4 S I Timollnn. eh t (McCrathi e 3 Pete, rr t iMayberrj) - iienrr iwHjworin. 11 a inrinrri Major, br ir tU'Connelli s Annie Archer, bill m il.riulley) 11 10 T Fanny H , h m iBerryi " dr Time- 2 IIS. j. IP. s:l!S lis CLASS THOTTlNC, .'imsK. 41.000-MILE BEATS, TIII4EE IN FIVE. Center tile, blk .. by The Abbe iCroaieri 4 5 111 The Expose, b m. illurte..! 1 1 s 10 4 llillle Miller, rh t (Hoil.oni : 10 : Starlltht McKinney, blk m (Mc , Klnneyi .. .. 2 4 3 Tim Counsellor, b tllallenbeik).. 3 3 T 3 I Kinney McGregor, b. it (Drown.... " 4 3 T ro llrlri.m. b . (I)lcker.oni 10 II tto Valetla. eh a iCorbim I 1 5 tin Sandy Mlllerton. b iLa.sell) 10 ro lilrnonia, b m. illydel 9 T I t ro Time-:,lSi,. ::lVa. S.l'U. Stamford Handicaps Allotted. The annual regatta of the Stamford Yacht Club will be sailed to-morrow llnnillcaniier Tower has made the fol lowing allowances for the yachts of the handicap classes. Flr.t DIvMun- -Joker, .cratch. Alert, 'j per cent . lJurltnla, UKee and Nirvana. 1 p.r cent each. St-iuir.i. 3 pr , .nt . Hohllla, Hutch. r. and Amada. 3 S per cent each. Mere Joy and Gp.i, 4 per lent, euch, Solly IX., 0 per tent Second l)l l.lon--Veil.i. .cratrb, Alerlnn, I. per cent . Sfntnn.i ami K-nmulr. 1 prr c.nt each, Lillian and Ml.t, ; per cent each, Ited Wine 3 per cent.; Victory, 4 p.r tent. Third DUI.Inn Hu.y life, .cratch, Na toma, 1 it cent Twinkle. 14 pi-r rent, Circe ami Aruiinlta I' 4 per cent. each. Itobtn Hood II , T p.r tent. Fourth Dlvt.l.in Nadla. Mnlolo nml Ml pnn, .rr.iii h In.urKent, l'ii per tent . Si bllla, prr cut ; Holly and W.ta, fi p.r cent eath. M)rtle. TS per cent., tlrace II and While Cap. 10 per cent, each Sutler Admits He Out It. ALBANY, July 31. "Yes, I received It," grlnnlmdy replied Oov. Sulier to-night, when asked If the petition with more than 2ii,ui1n supposedly genuine signatures asking that racing under present con ditions be permitted In the State, hntl reached him. The tlovernor would make no comment upon the petition or give any Inkling of his feelings In the matter. a Hot Weather Drink!" aassWHal Honied onlybytki Hrewrrt, Biidlitfin 4 Wiirz, New York. Order from aay dealer. tht Fineit Hop) and Mall I Spend Summer Subscription Termi (Poiim Prepaid) nt month .O .ft One year . . . Pally Daily and Sunday. Evening FOREIGN RATES Dally CI.fl ail.O Dally and Sunday... l.M SS.l Evening H.M Domesrle Ratat Inoluds Canada, Mnxioo and all United BUtea poa . Msatrai. when to i 111s mil state First Round All But Huggins On Trading Block CT, I.Ol'IS, July -Kvery member of nrditinls, barring Manager Miller Huggins, has been placed on tho baseball trading block by President Schuy ler P. Britton. Kd Koney, Harry Snllee, Hob Harmnn and oven tho recruits will be swapped if there is 11 qIiuiici) to strengthen tho club. Negotiations have been opened with the Giants, lleds and other clubs, nnd if tho Cardinals can get the long end of the deal anybody will go, barring Huggins. Past reputations will be forgotten com pletely. The tumble into eighth place for the llrst time In years is too much for President Uritton and .Manager Huggins. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS HERE. Ilendy to Benin Mntch With All Stnr New Vurker. Tn-ilay. The Aiistrnllnn cricketers nre In town ready for the two dny mntch ngnlnst All .New York to-tlay nnd to-morrow, after Just having ndded two morn Mctorles to their long list bv plnylng two games against tho All Ithodc Island team nt Providence. (lentlemen of All New York vs. Players of Australia Is now the olllclal title of the International tnntch. which will be played on the gtniinds f the Stnt.n Island Cricket nnd Tennis Club, nt Livingston, Stnten Island. to-day'b game being called at 11 o'clock. Originally the match was to be nn Inter national test tiliket mntch between con tinent mill euntliHtit, nml the American team was to embrace a select eleven from the United Sinus nnd Camilla, but ns this was found Impossible, 11 reversion was made to last yinr's stle of mntch, which protltued Mich gootl i t stilts. sum MF.it Hixmrs. Mff VOBIlT Iing I land. The Most Attractive Country Hotel Adjacent to New York City Garden City Hotel VlaltWN 411V. I.O.Nfi ISHND Improved and Enlarged Capacity Doubled 1912 One of the most exclulc country hotel. In America. X comMr.Minn nf cnuntrv lit. anrl metropolitan hotel luxury vldom found I tcry outtloor ami Indoor amusement. All room, with private hath and every modern convenience, 11 mile, from Sew York. I requent electric train vnltr si minute, to ncu I'mn .sisilon or .i .street Handme New s La Carte Reitiurint CiiWne and sen Ire ap-.ii.ng in the 11 ot exactine J. J. LANNIN CO.. Propr. n";m V''' """st poim , V, larandfa.hlnnablere.ir "4. hi Hi. tar,. ' rS rrniri' te-np. ratnre To1 j nour n v train, 1 hour hi ailtu Surf llalhlna. IIki. ri-ii,iiK, irnni nurt. lluliliiur lit... faur.inl. Iliiatlnit jin.l SalllnK. 1 nniiTt- lit Menutlante'. lr lie.lr.i. OK1EXT.M. IIOTI.I. Voir tipen I uro.un i'lm. uto ln.nK direct to hnlrl rnttancc l.nrnci- and pal Mnt: accoiionodatlon.. .IOsl.1'11 P. (.Ill:, t i:s,Msr. rioriti i rtt 11.1M lion 1 co, 'Iclco 1 lie 1ki cone, llini. SKW .IKK4E1, A.bnry 1'sra. if ASIll'HV I'AIIK hotel llt and new lWiat aulilr book ami map for 2 ct. ftnmp. MUM CIl'Al. IM HHMA TUi.N nrui'Ar sii n.ianlwalS NEW MONTEREY .Mlltltl A Mil III I'AIIK, N. .1. Constrnctod of brick and stone Hot and cold sr. water baths. Suiierlor cnKlne. White wrvlcn. Ums lllstanre Trlephnnes t'nder th inanatenient of FRANK F. SHUTE S. O, llennl., A.Vt Manaser, Atlantic City. RALFIGH Ocean End St. Charles Place I'nce. 10 main axmiics; octHit brrcre nnd 1 lew tqual tn beach-front hotifc. nt about halt the prltc: ?i Inne rnoni. prUaie bnth, ruu nlU2 wnit-r. cleHtor, etc Meals and t.crlcc the bet M1lt5 serxlcc In dlnlnc rinini Special rates. II J iiy.ni:s. OOarKoronfib-filcnMm ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. josiaii wiini: 4 mu.nm uoati'A.vr. hprlns Ike Ilrai n, THE BREAKERS SI'UIMi 1..MC1: lll'.ACII. N. 3. Directly on the ocean. .Now opru. L. N, 1IOSS. VKKMONT. GOLF Equinox House .MA.C'lIi:STKIt-IX-TIIi:.llOUNTAlNS. VERMONT !:OR RENT Cottage; hotel tervlce. Month of Auruit or longer. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, oa Ult 4 hamplaln. "The Uureo of lake Iteaorta. Laraa UD-to-date lluteli. Tbe&trei. rtisnf ru.ta dens. Uicuraloat oa Lake Cbamplaln, Aulome UIIUII, for Information apply 1210 and 1JS4 B'way, MEW AMP8M1KE. BRETTON WOODS W1IITI'. MOH.NTAI.VN. .. II. THK MOUNT I'l.lCANAM NOW OPB.V. Italph J. Herkimer. Utr. THE MOUNT WASHINGTON NOW OPRN I). J, Trudrau, tier. Addrr.t Hotel., Ilrctton Wood., .V. a. CONNECTICUT. FliMfll'k HAI.I., Feawlrk-on-the-.tound, Na; brook, Cobb., Opcna Hra.011 mis June 11. Cool, romforubla family hotel, all oulsldt roeint, llh or wlinoul naiq; son. irMin. u. iimi. ,'wa.ii... uumrBg elcome; ratis IIS.M) and up rer week. Mend (01 tioeklel. II 1 1 IIAI'MA.V. Prop. , " 'PENNSYLVANIA. .Mount Pncoiio, Ta. Mt. Pliaunt hTum AddnM W. 8. U. M, LtXCU, Mt. Fooooo.pa. - 5 i