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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913.
All Other Big League learns Idle While Dodgers Mete Out Double Defeat to Pirates 8 4 DODGERS WIN TWICE FROM PIRATE CREW Jlntllp rpliill in First (Inmr, Scoring Kccisivi' Hun in Tenth Inning. HKriiHACII IX OIIKAT .'OHM Checks Pittslmrjrs in Second, While Diihlt'irs Men Pile l'p Till He. The Brooklyn trounced the pliatc twice yesterday atnl floated n He for thlnl place between Pittsburg and Chicago. No other games were played, this because nf rain, The game lit the Polo llronnds was started but called after llugglns, Hie llrst mnn up. hail hern fnniieil by .Manilinul. Internilttent showcis lusted half an how and 1'mplrr Hreiinan i ailed the battle off. Yesterday's Iteaiilta. BrooklHi, 4. Plusburc. 3 Iten Innings, first game!. Brooklyn. 7, Pittsburg 3 (second camel. New York ft lands, lain Philadelphia Cincinnati, ruin. Boston -Chicago, mill. Detailed riah Jlandlaas. 2 aiM k CI- I 2 s'll Kw York .. Philadelphia. 1C 0 10 .CM . 1 nl ol i 12 IS , i 10 s , .-I- Pittsburg ,M ,.M9 7; .i V 1 & 4( 7 Chtcno n a. 10 S 5.10 Brooklyn,. I 9' III s 3? "iM .43. Bolton. Cincinnati. St. Louie. 0 3 7 Games Lost 32 J7lM iVfr. ru V To-i1na apheilnlt. Pt. Louis In New York ito Eatnen, Pittsburg In Hronklvn Inrlnnutl In t'hlludelphl i. Chlrapn In Boston Nearly lO.iifln peisous rejoiced ovvr a J....l.n ..l I. I.. .1... II. .! I . .... ... Ulllllllt' II IIIHII'II ,'. HIV ."..,. ll ... . Kblicts Field )t-'terdi. The Pirates were' hinnlilcd. the Hi. it same Instin-: ten In- lungs, Willi ine enre 4 to 3,111111 iiieeeeonii i-onteM yleldliiK the tutaU T to 3. It iv.is , McKeever d.i. In honor of President l.tioei?" k parinern, aim me iujhi i-umrs will not forcet It In .1 hurry. The Ilrook llyns, nho lead tll National LeaKiio In team oaiiurK, nun ik'uum- 111. ,'uiiui 'flie Smoky City team and plaed livelier p.lll ai ail 'lilK" m ill' jMueeeiiiim. The llrst viotoiy w.ii the result of a plucky Lilly after the l'lrates li.nl broken a 1 to 1 tie by scorlns two run" In the elKhth InnliiK. Dahlen brought Meyer into the fray a ,1 pinch hitter la the ninth lound and his .ultule tdayed a pint In the m.iUlns of two tnllU" tliat aualn evened the seote. In J"'' tenth iniiliiu Dahlen railed upon 1 allahaii to hit In .1 pinch und the latter came ihroiiKh with a smaiih that sent home the decldlm: rnn. -' Brooklyn's run In th flrst InnliiK was the lesult of .MOran'x b.iM hit. a slnsle by ."tense", which Mitchell fumbled, and another base hit by Wheat. t".irey re tired the ."Ide by catchlnt: llaubert'i" Hy and throwing Stenel out at the plate. During the next xeen innlusM Hoblnson held the Dodser." to rive hit". IncludltiK Daubert's ttlple In the sixth. Hut be wits takn nut of the ho In the ninth. O. Miller beRan this round with an in Meld lilt and Meyer put him on .second with a clean sliutle to centre. Moran sacrificed, and Manager Clarke, fearlUK ' to retain llnhlnxon on the slab any I longer, fent for ltuard Camnlti. The 'first ball Camultz ib'Ueied was driven on a line Into eentie Held by Cutchaw and O. Miller scoied, Meyer takliiK thlnl, Htenzel blazed il liner at Camnltz, who deflected thn couife of the pill to Vldx, the latter beliiK forced to throw out I the batsman while Meyer ciosmed the jian with .the tleliie run. Wheat wa ',1ilrd out on another fieri e belt that Cntnnitz knocked down. ' Daubert, who made five hits limine the afternoon, beitan tlie Dodders' tenth innlnK with a hot liiKle to Viox. Smith funned nnd Pirier beat out a iiretty bunt. Fischer, liattlnn for 0. Miller, popped to Wagner, but Callahan, ordered to the plate Instead of Hull Wagner, hammered the hall to centre field and Psubert made the winning tally. The most Interestlns feature of the econd half of the double bill was the Krent pitching of Hig Kd Keulbach. se cured from the Cubs In exchange for flack. Reulbach began his task In the 'fourth inning after Vlngllng had been handled rather roughly In the third period. He had terrific speed and per fect control, with the result that the l'lrates made neither lilt nor run and only one man got 011 hasp. That was Vlox, who rnn nil the way to the middle bag when Fisher threw his grounder over Dauhert's head In the sixth Inning. Marty O'Toole. the U'2,000 star, made his first appearance In the box for Pitts burg since he was operated on for up- , pendlcltls several months ago. He looked trong. hut the strain proved too much for him. Camnltz had to relieve him In the. second Inning and the latter was batted freelj. The rejuvenated MrQull'. Ian pitched the seventh and eighth In- fnlngs against Dahlen'a men an,i g)lut Mhcm out without a hit. but It was too 'late. v Roth teams made some crazy quilt errors, all of which figured In the scoring 1,-The l'lrates made a concerted roar over a decision by Hank O'Day in the fifth Jlnnlng which, they declared, was a rase 'Of poor eyesight. Smith pasted a liner over Byrne's head and the ball seemed to land on tbo foul line. The hit was a double, as O'Day palled It fair, and i sent home two runs. Wagner, Vlox ' Byrne, Clarke. Simon and Camnltz argued with O'Day for several minutes but the veteran uinuiiu couldn't ee It through tt.elr glasses. Wagner In the fli st Inning kicked on a third strike alleging that his hat had ticked the ball, which fell out of the eatcher'8 mitt, Dahlen's men scored once In the second inning. Daubert lilt safely, went ti second 011 Smith's out and was thrown nut nt third n Fisher's grounder to Wagner, l isher started to steal and Simon threw wildly. Flhhef kept on to third nnd ns the ball got uwuy fiom Mitchell he con tinued Ills Journey to the plate. O, Miller walked and Vlngllug drove 11 base lilt to centre, but Carey captured Mnran's hard smash, The Pirates came back with three runs In thn third period. Simo nlieiit out 11 'grounder to Cutshaw. O'Toole fanned nd Byrne's two bagger put Simon 011 third, Fisher pick, d up Carey's hopper and threw wildly to Smith to head off Byrne, Simon counting nnd Byrne chas ing him home on Hji. Km ,.m., Biultli made a ctuzy 1 i t urn to thlnl, whein fnrev landed In Mir.ti- U1........1 ,.. 'jjJtinYrt a fly fmm.Vln and Carev scuttled In. Vlox huatled to thlnl on Wuunei-'H New Yorks Bid for $10,000 Outfielder 1 EFT FIKLDKK OILHOOLEV of the Montreal International I'OUKtle team probubly will be Hold to a major leant!" clul for a hip; price in a few days. Owner Liclt tenheim of the Montreal club de iimndu $io,OUO in cash and two playcra for (lilliooley's release. Though lite ternin lire pronounced eiceHHive. the New York Amer icans, Hrooldyns, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Hods, PittsburRs and Boston Hed Sox und Bmves are ronsideritiK the Montreal club'H propoHition. It waH naid yester day that as much na 1(1,000 had been offered for this young player, liirhtenhelm may close a deal for $2,000 more. Oilhooley is a heavy hitter and one of the best lielders and Ixihu runners in the minor lennues. hit. Then John Miller lilt a llerre liner to short left which wus caught by Wheat, who doubled Vlox at the rubber with a superb throw to O. Miller. O'Toole eoinnliilnnil ilmt fc ft (......i. ns he went to the box for Brooklyn's half nun iiarac sent 1 nmnilz to tno right Held corner to warm up. O'Toole, whose Sliced and control W,re trnnu u.iiIIsa.I l.fl Cutshaw und Stengel, after which he re tired to the bench. Wheat hunted safelv and filled the bases. Camnltz handed a pass to Duubert nnd Cutshaw was forced home. Smith grounded to Byrne, who uirew ine nan past Simon to the Dodgers' I bench. Stengel nnd Wheat rushlns ncrRs I the platter. Fisher foul tiled to Simon J and O. Miller lined to Wagner, whose I toss to Byrne, doubled Daubert, as .lake hiiil left third base. Byrne offended again In the fifth, when Wheat got a Xlfe on his low throw Wheat sprinted to third on Daubert's two bagger and both counted on Smith's . uouoir to icit. Ktsiier s sacrifice advanced 1 t.tltlt . . I 1 .. ..... " num 111111 auer 11. .inner nail fanned lteutbach brought Bed home with a clean single to centre. The scotfs F1KST OAMK PITTSUt'flo J IIROOKLVN . h r " I' ei ul r h p a e lljrne lli. 11112 o'Mnran.rf . I I - s 0 0 arc. If 4 0 0 11 1 0Cuts-w.:i 4 0 I 4 11 11 3I14 1 Strlurel.ct s l 1 a 11 (1 '.'w,?. r-. ,l!!t Wheat.il. o:3 0-n J. Mil r.lh 4 0 -1; 0 0 Dauh'rt.lh f. 1 3 15 1 11 Wilsoii.rf 4fll 'i 0 0 Smith. 3b . 4 0 i t ;. 0 5 0 I Kihcr.M a A I 1 h I) Mil, wl nf t n I lillMin.e 4 0 I ..... , v , , , lv iiupr.c 1 1 b 3 11 Itnli Ann. 11 1 a n n t n'!.,.!.-- .. .. .. .. I'nm'ilr.p 0 11 0 11 ; ocurtlp.' s 0 I 1 n Tiit.il" 3 3 rAiiyer I I I v v 3 11 c er.p 0 0 0 1) u 0 111.111:111.111 1 u 11 it II ' Tot,ll .11 4 II 3ii IA 0 Jyiiimiie run woini nii ti. ut ill.illiil for (I Mlr 111 tlie tenth IniiUu 'I ultej for Cnttli In tlie ninth liinini HUttcd for 11 Wnrnr In the tenth iiitun; I. , , 1 " V V w u V 'i 11 V - 3 Urookljn. . 1 e (i 0 9 0 0 u : 1 Two base hits 115 me. II Wamier. J. Miller. Three has- hit-Unuhert. S.TTillee lnf-Cjr,y. Mor.111, Curtis. Stolen l.ae-Mor.ni. First tmse "U error-llrooklyn. First bje on lull-Off sir.,.' ; ...', V11 u '1 " ' ::. v " " ? ' ... .. . . 1 - v" .",-,. n, iv in nxiu ana one-third imimirs' off Cuiils in nine iiimn I I ." ""7, " ' ; 1'rooKiyn. iz. Him. i'.i.hi tiZ.fr..C"Y"!l,"-y-.. ,V',r.r. a'i pire-f.mnlie Time-1 hour slid W minute SKCONO (t AM K. IMTTSni'RO HKOOKLYN ah r h p a ei llvrne.ah i i i .1 i .r ab r li p a e Citrr.lf 1 I rt 1 11 r. ... . . . I 4 o I) u il Vlox.Jb. 10 10 4 O'Stencei.-pl. I I t 0 1 1 Utft, . 1 ,1 I . .1.11', . .. . .. .. .. u, llf-HI,l.. 4 4 1 II Md'r.lb I 0 0 1 O.Iiaubn.lb 3 1 : 7 1 u 3.T:".' 1 sniiin.jo.. 4 1 1 0 3 j iiiui..i j 1, u .i u irisner.sa, .1 1 0 0 Mlninn . 113 1 I IIMllJ.r,. 1 ,1 ,1 - ,, Iiuilsr I n n 11 ii Vi..i.... .. . .. A .. . HfM0; 0 0 1 0 0 Retiib-h.ii 301 1 u 0 U Tonli 11 1 11 11 ,1 .1 .1 Canriti.ti 1 11 0 0 u 0 TuUlt .31 "7 27 lllyalt 1 0 0 11 11 0' .M W I n. 11 11 0 u 1 1 0 Totals.. 33 3 4 21 II 4. Ilatle.1 for Simon in the serttith Innini tlUtleil for Camnilz 111 the wn-mh ,,.,.,,. I'lttsburir 0 0 .1 11 n 0 0 0 u . n ilrooklyn u l 3 0 3 n 0 0 . 7 ritler hit -Klsher hlolin baeMoran. Fisher f irst base on errors Pitubura. Krooltlin . f irst haae on ball-Oft O'Toole. 3: oil Cam nit 2 Struck out-By Ylncllnt. by Rrul. nn iv4 i ta,mmu- - bT McQuillan. 1. Hlt- ..T. ... .... i,t, i iiiiuir mu 111 Ihirdi; oH Camruti. ;. in lour Intiinm.; off iiisiiiit, 1 in inrre inrunes iit on bases 1'ittsburir. 3: Drooklyn. 6. Double nlays- Wst tier aisl Hjrne; Wheal and O. Miller. Umpire In chief -O Day Field uuiplre-Kmalle. Time vita tMV4 LU 1 11 It It -sj. PICKED UP AT EBBETS FIELD. Prealdent F.bliets denied rterdsr the report that he had purchased Outfielder lllnchman and Pitcher Cole Irom the American Association. Vlox hart n much experience riurlnr the nmin . liAnilnr A l.n. . . . . n 1 ... , . : Bi'Miiuipr irum unu hert bat mruik htm over the hearl innl 111110 nu in ne caueu while he took a rest. Later on as he slid Into third his nose came In contact with Fisher's knee and the claret nosed. Keulbach aubse. nuently (rased Viol's ear with a fast ball, the I'lrate ducking In the nick ot Urn. Italn hecan to fall In the lourth Inning of the second game, the ahower lastlna about ten minutes. But O'Day never thought of calllha- time. Oll1lv rnllM.I hull. ...ii... . . - ...... Riimri in IDS llrst game and his work waa well nlrh perlect, Carey robbed Cutshaw of a home run In tno first Inning nt the second game hen lie sloDtieil a wlrlrri .rminil.. I. I... . with one hand. Hleneel's muff ol Vlox's flv In the second contest probably waa due to his enrertiesa to throw- the ball home to html oft Carey, who was waiting on third lor the catch. liana Wagner was loudly applauded every time he came to the bat. The old gentleman made lour htta during the afternoon and accepted thirteen fielding chances without an error. hreit Clarke saya that with stronger Pitchers' und better luck the Brooklyn Inn now. If ileclaren that tlie Dotlporn f'lin III, . . It. .11 knH.M n . 1 . . - .... .. ""i" mure irequcniiy than any nthtr National Ingue Irani. Amerlcau Association. AT TOLEDO. II II ST Kansas Clly. . . 1 (I 0 i 1 0 1 1 1 a it. n Toledo,., . . . I 0 t : n 0 0 I 0 S 11 4 TIAlterlts Cnvlnaton anil f t'Coimnr' iisim unit Land, AT COI.UMBL'S. .Mlnneiinnlls. . . . 1 1 ! 1 I 1 t 11 n. V H" Columbus.., . loooo'jon x 3 s Batteries Hums and u Nmiih. 111.1.1. and H. Smith. AT I.OUI8V1I.I.K. Mllniiukee 1 0 0 0 0 1' .1' i Louisville 0 l 0 0 0 1 3 2 llulteripM f'Mtllnfr iin.l tl.,ul.AU. ... . . ...... a.UB,., OUUIICr. milk and SevereliJ, Italn. . St. I'aui.Indlanupolia, rain. Sonth Atlantic lraaur, .lai ksonvllle. 61 Savannah, 0. Charleston. 7; Macon, S (live Innings, rain), Columbus, 3; Albany, 0. Carolina Association. Ilreansboro. Hi Wlnston-Halrm, 3. Ashevllle, ! Durham, 4. Charlotte, .1; Halelgh, I, K. I. T. I.eaaue. Cairn. 10: Vlncennes, S. lliirrlsliurK, 7: I'mliirah, 4. Ilnnderann, 11; Hopklnavlle,". Oivensboro. 4; Clark. vllls, 3 (lourtaen In. ulnga). Wralrrn l.eaarue. tleiuer, : Rlsus City, f), Lincoln, i; Daa ltolnes, 1, Wlrhltu, 3; St. Joseph, 3, Tnpeka, 13; Omaha, 2, ..IV.!"' I'nlo (irntiads. Double .header. 11 Li.M ;'toB,V' ".'i'-ouls llev-rvert seat,, VS Hflh Ave. and Mpaldlnt Hoies. ,trtr. i,,fl'rftl"'i,f!B",5T? rtKvn, To-day, 3 1. U, -Drooklyn vi. FltUbUf.-aUa, mo BASEBALL SECTIONS IN UNIQUE BATTLE lit Hth Leagues ,ncRt Series lli ings an Even Break of Wins and Losses. JleLKAX HELPING (HANTS Catcher Has Batted at a .i!08 Clip Sinee His Advent Other Diamond Gossip. The last Intersppllomil set les In the two big leagues was remarkable In Its ! closeness between the contending sections. Not only that but as between the Nu tlonnl and American leagues there was n coincidence which was unlaiie. Play ing in the West the Mastern teams of . the National Lenffiie won thirty-one games und lost thirty-one. Kxnctly the 1 same thing happened In the American 1 l.engue. In which the two sections broke 1 ;ven In the Knst, each section winning j iniriy-on games. Mere are me nguret: Amrrlrnu Leanne. KASTF.RN SECTION. I WKSTF.RN SECTION w 1 ClPTeland. . . It l IMroit 7 (.1 New lork . . ... Host on a S.I h t roil 7 H Washlmnon a St. touta r.l,l.(riii,. ,, .. , ,l IKU. . 1 J. a a St. i.ouia 11 Totals 31 ill Totals 31 31 atloiial l.eaftar. KAiTKRN SKCTION WESTERN SF.CT10N. w. I.. w. Is 10 e.lMlabur. ..SB fi 1! Cincinnati 7 t 4 a.Chleaao Id New Vork . Ilrooklyn lloalon . Phllanlphlra Totals . 11 I'U 4Pt. txiltis C U 31 31, TotAla 31 31 Larry McLean In his work as a Olant so far lias confirmed the good Judgment of Mciiraw In landing him to do the work behind the bat while Chief Meyers is laid up. McLean, with his experience and mi clianlcal skill, has had a steady ing effect upon the team since he went in. nnd In addition he has been hitting nnd throwing well. He has turned back seveial base stealers and has made four hits In thirteen times up, which Is a batting nieruge of .SOS. Meyert still has his split hand In bandages and may be out of the game a week longer. How Mciiia'w Intends to assign the catching when the Chief N tit again Is known only to Mciiraw, who seems quite competent to handle situations; but it may be that with .McLean on deck the Chief will not bine to go behind the bat for so lone nt a stretch nnd will get the rest which he oc casionally needs. By the way. the tilants ore now cn trying five backstops ; Meyers, .McLean, Wilson, Hartley and Mutl.uiey. Speaking of catchers, Johnny Kllng, who says he will surely retire after this year and devote his time to his affairs In Kansas City, which are extensive, Is olllclatlng behind the bat about us well as he ever did. He Is throw lug better than be did with Boston ami I 11 hard nut for base stealers to crack. Likewise he Is slamming the ball with a degree of vigor which recalls the Cub days. It will be worth while watching the New Yorl, Americans In their remaining games with the Kastem teams, which tluee dubs have Inflicted on them thirty four of their sKtv-seven defeats. It will be w 01 th while In order to see how the I present array of Chancemcn will do as ciimpartd to what the previous airay did. All of which Is Incidental to the prob ability that the team now Is strong enotmh to be lianlci picking for the Kasrterii teams. For some time the New Yorks have done most of their grappling with West ern rivals, and all season, for that matter, hae been more successful against them than ngalnt the Easterners, for the New Yoiks hae taken twenty-seven of their thlity-the victories from Western teams. The Athletics. Bid Sox and Nationals ale the main le.isons why the New- Yorks ale In last place, and none of these teams has been met by the local club as now constituted. Against the Western con tingent tlie New Yoiks have a percentage of .tno. which Is better by 1 points than their actual percentage. The two best ground covering short stops In the National League are Fletcher and Maranvllle. and Fletcher, considering,! ins youiu hs compared to v njrner s yean, is. the most valuable shortstop In. the league. He Is more valuable than Maran vllle because he Is a better hitter and base runner. His percentage; with the hickory Is ..lit : Msianvllle's Is .285. Wag. iter Is hitting .2'.i0. Wagner has stolen twelve bases, according to the latest fig ures, though allowance must he made for the period that he was out of commission, Maranvllle has stolen sixteen bases, which is four les4 than Fletcher has stolen. FOUR REDS' PLAYERS MARKED. Waivers Asked for on Sam, Nheck- rilt Katan and Bates. riTTSBl'no, Aug. 13. Before the Cin cinnati Nationals left Pittsburg last night It was reported from their camp that waivers ba.o been usked on .luces. Sheckard, Kuan and Bates, the veterans of the team. All the clubs in the Na tional League have waived on Batea and I'.gan, and President Herrmann nnd Manager Tinker are trying to make deals for them with American league teams. rney expect to pull off u trade for ngnn with cither the White Sox or the New Yorks, but they will not let Ksan go until they land n first class trade for turn. Trades are said to be under wav for Sheckard nnd Bates. Xm York Stale l,raae. AT ALBANY Rlngliamton, ooiotlOOOOOOd 01 i" ':' Albany .. ..loiioooooonon 01 11 0 Batteries Ulnghamton. Cphsm. Herche and Crossln; Albany, MrIood, Trill and Kgan. at synACUsii. R M K Srrantim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 H 0 Syracuse 2 0 0 f 0 1) 0 0 x 30 naileries scranton, Marnney and Peter son; Syracuse, Ilurrhell and Payne, AT UTICA. Wllkeabarre .. 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3' '5 Ki Ullca 00000000 0 1(2 Baterlea Wllkesbaare, Uoulalt and Brie, ger; Utira, Krock and Murphy AT TIIOY. II. 11. R Klmlm 10110000 a a n 4 Troy 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 a t Batteries Klmlru. Nagle and Hitter; Troy, Barklns and Woods. Trl-State I.eagne. Vork. I: Barrlshurg, 0. Wilmington. 3: AHenlown. 1, 'i'rentnn-Atluntle city. rain. NrvT KnKlnnd l.raaae, Worrsster. 5: Lowell. 1, Kail lllver. 6: Hroi-kton. 4. Portland. 21 Islwrenoe, 1, Lynn-Naw Bedford, rain, Texaa l.eaa;ar. Dallas, 2; Han Antonio, 1. Austin. 4; Beaumont. 0, Oalveston, 7; Waco, 3. Fort Worth, 4; Houston. 1, First gam Houston, 2; fort Worth, I. Second game. Southern I.raKae, Allanta, 3; Birmingham, 2. Mobile, i; Montgomery, t. Kiral game. Mobile, k Monlgoinery, 2. HsconO aame. Mampbla-New OrlMas-Itala. rae' AMERICAN LEAGUE. Nh kjiius were scheduled fur vesteiday, tli teams all being on the rail. The Hast erh clubs litKln their final Western trip to-day. Detalteil ( lab Standi lias. f '2 Philadelphia, 72 M 6711 .eoi ClerolgM.. I0III WMhlrtflon. Chicago till Ml I 47 ,M7 12 23 1 Boat an., - Kit M .411 txtrolt. 63 ,,422 St Tuls..., Naw YoriT! l 44 M 1.30 07 .14l' 7 is tiata I.oat 3l!l47 'f 3 f 07'43ll To-4l7'a SchedMle. N York In Chlrngn. Phllailelphla In rirvelnnd, nomon In Ht, l.ouls. Washington In Detroit COUNT GREGORY DRIVES t sjia UUnUU 1U HDiI nLUUilU I WO SeCOIlds Clipped Off Mark for r OUl'-in-liailds at ''" ""' cl:,!" rtut' tlllH allowance Is figured differently. A yacht now has to rate at Empire Citv tMe t"1' "f ",e rlaH, ,llul lf 1,1,11 ti0(K 11111 1 'do so she nssumcs that rating In class races. In the schooner race the lrollta was the winner of the challenge cup and Count B. F S. CJresory, who 1 Foxhall "he led the fleet In passing between Keene's guest while in this city, ac- Eastern Point and the red granite ledge companled his road team over the Kmplre called Norman's Woe, and made famous City half mile track for two laps and by Longfellow with the wreck of the a world's record ln the four-in-hand race Hesperus. That bluff rock was left on which featured the horse show programme the l"'tt band In entering tlie harbor mid at the Greater New York Fair and F. xk marks thr untrn hU!o uf the ohutiucl. Hltlon yesterday Hfterntwn. Th Count's The run was a quick one nnd the Irolita team was timed in 3 minutes II ij seconds. led a few minutes after 1 o'clock. Coin smashing the record made by the late modore Dallas B. Pratt ordered the fleet Paul Sorg's four on a similar Hack at 1 under way at ! o'clock und an hour later White Plains three jears aso bv two commodore liad established the start seconds, t'notllclal w'atches clocked the ing line off Half Way Kock and the warn record breakers In 3:11 'a. 3:12 and 312 Ing signal sounded. Tlie wind was from 1-S. but none went over "the olllclal time, j 'he south, lather light lit llrst. but It In A hundred dollar bonus .i aih'ertw. d to I creased steadily In strength until it was go to the coach and trotters that wourd 1 what a Haul; fisherman called n "rlxht establish a world's mark. Count Oregory I l,,'rt wind." The yuihls were to sail first hud no trouble grttlns the bundled. Kmil ' Boston Light vessel, because the lls Seellg's team was the only other vtarter. ,an(r between Marblehead and illoucester Three times they weie sent back be. was so short This made the total length cause of Seellgs team helm: too fur in "r ,1"' riln twent-four miles. Fiom the front when the starting point was still ting line to the light vessel is nine pronched. The fourth start wa perfeet. ! "'lies nnd for that pait of the trip the the teams crossing the line stride tnf ' "id w a on end and ga e the lacing men stride. John Kehoe, .in amateur driver, what th.y wanted, some wiudwaid work who had the Count's four in hand, ent I ""' vo'hts neare.l the light vessel them Into the lead on the first turn. He'"" lowered their small Jib topsails and had the fat roadsters lending In one hundred yards at the half mile point Rlllle l'.rnr II... ..rr),o,,.l 1...I.... 1.. ..1... Into n gallop at the ix hundred j.ud Tlu' ''"'"f was not urged and easilv mark, but Kehoe brought him luck Into '""'"I "" the lead soon alter the light a dashing trot within the next Mftv vanR 1 vessel was turned. There was practically The quartet pulled the he.ivv coach'"" ""'M' ' the older on tlie reach to without a hitch after that, and siedl""' ""'"'b ""lie of the racers got In across the line, leading by thtee bundled ,v'!"v cU""' 'uipan and had some slight yurds. The winning trotters weie; Tom Mountain and Mountain Bov, guy geldings, nillte (Iregor. a bay geldlm, und Bobby Bums, a brown gelding. F.dwaid II. f;.irrlon, the former joekev, arrived fiom Saratoga during tlie after noon with a string of thuroughbreds. Ills arrival brought the number "tabled within the around!, to Well over eighty. Seven of Harry Payne Whltnev's ste.ds came In toward ev tiling It was teptuted also that m.mv raeim: enthusiasts are due to arrive to-day or Xo-morron. The summaries: Shetland Tones 10 llnrnes '- W'.ni by Arnold, eh alal , and .Minnie luce, pleb.ild m, John Ci. Volgt. Angus, piebald si.il., .md Alert, piebald t I . Hi.u.ll.iii n Fjrin. sec- Jload-ler, In Barnes, CU.s-Won llV Thomas II. dell's 1 Slailjs Center, b in . and iionoie .UIWUIMI, ,ir . 11. g. , vvuiuni .M V Iloflman's ch k TtnrlfTo and ch. g John W second. Saddle Urn Three (talts Won bv Jirojdlatin Farm's 1 h 111 Hutlanu Mirmi ... ui'iiriuiriiii s in. 111 rair.v ivuen. .emmi Price and Action i'Iuss n' Heavy Harness ton Belief John 1' i.' rn , i-i.,.. n.i" second. lleavy Harness Bors. Slionn to Appro. Drllte Vehicles Won bv IMu.ir.1 1M..1 fir. a. I'rlde t.' Prides and br s Oakland . J. Campbell Thompson's br g .Vesile.lo n thnrllnr a.l hr V..tt...ll ' seller, second. ' Ponies Pnder S.nlille Won by Sweet miar Farm's h. in. Sweet llrlar. llr.Milljn n form's ch. m Vanity, second l.adlrs' Hunters, guullfl.-d ami lirt-m- i.len ltlilille Farm's h g Willow King. r dden bv Mrs. Thiimnsnn ! -4 ll.. vv-i.,." iieaa'd" V"n,,V- V ,,r'' Ti;"":::' Foiir-ln-Hand Hare one Mile Won hvi-"' ' Count llregon's isnin, conslsilng of Tom sCIIOONKRS CLASS II START. 10 iSif-n.'i,1J' !r "ll!y.f!r,;i!"r'..b- noun-1 Muriel. Clmiles Siimnrri 1 .D tl : .V. 14 V.. I y'.. ' "" ""'' Burns, hi K iK.itrlti.1 Janice 11 Ford . 1 : :i 303.1 hmll Seellg's team, second T.nirmiiia. W Kiton Ilisabled vil,.n.." . .T 1 1"fn" "n bv John ill i.'oiieit.d Tunes - Muriel. ."3i4v. Katrina. volgt's Arnold, ch. stal.. and Mlnle nice, 1 . ,:n; Plemaht m.. Uroadlavvn Farm's p(ei,.,, st.,i , vrimnvi.-ii ri m 11 tiit i.v.-n Angus and nlsbald stal. Alert, seeond I tli)O.K. Ci.SS 11 STAItT. IO-...0. Military Team Jumps Won bv Alden s Irohl.i. K. W Clark I 03 11 : xi .1 Bloilget's b. g. Justlre and Duvls Con. I .Mum 1. Charles .smithers 1 .o If : u l mu s ui, K i-rince Armur. Allien J-, Illi.d 1 seta b. . Justice and Thomas u, Clark's u. g, ssiinor, second NINE MORE PLAYERS ELIGIBLE. V. . n. . Adda .Name to HaniHcnp Mat With Hating; of 41. Nine more players have been mule eligible to compete In the national iinia tour championship tournament over the links of the Harden City Coif Club Sep tember 1. The following new plavcrs get a rating of (i in the handicap list of the United States (lull Association : B. E. Ollcs. Butler C. C. : C. C. In graham. Midlothian C. C. ; B. S. Kainp inann, San Antonio C. C. ; H. C. Malum, Nassau C. C. ; K. V, Mayberry, Charles ton C. C. . H. L. Nlcliol. Midland it. C. : W. N, Head. Country Club of Augusta ; O. P. Thompson, Alleghnny C. C. and A. C. Ulnier. Florida C. C. The United States tjolf Association also issued a warning Inst night to the effect that the entries for the national nmateur championship will close on Monday, Au gust 2D, at tf o'clock, and that there will be no entries accepted after that time. WykBiot Man Takes Aaxnai Cap. Mapi.f.woop. N, H Aug. 13. A. S. Carter .of Wykagyl displayed exceptional putting ability here this afternoon when he won the first flight of the August handicap golf tourney by defeating W, B. Bailey, Maplewood, 4 nnd '. A. Collins of Merlon defeated S. K. Loveless, Areola, 5 and 4. In the semi-final round W, B. Balloy defeated W. B. Hunter, Alpine, B nnd 3; A. H. Carter defeated V. IT. Bailey, Braeburn, 1 up and 20 holes, a. Collins defeated J. V, Simpson. Slwanoy. 5 nnd 4 ; S. K. Loveless defeated .1. L. Johnson, Areola, t and 3. Near Yorker In Bar Harbor Final Bar Hahboh, Me., Aug. 13. The semi finals nf the Maine championship tourna ment In men's doubles to-day left Kdgar Scott of Philadelphia and Taylor Pyne of Now York to play L. It. l.atidreth and S. J, Henderson of Philadelphia on I Thursday. Tho title Is held nt present b IT. II. Scott und Sidney Heals who have not entered this year's tournament. Scott and Pyne defeated McCormlck Blair and Paul US. Gardner of Chicago, 0 4, 6 2, While Landreth arjd Henderson beat John S. Hog-era and Douglass Campbell, 57, 3, 75. New York and Melt Jersey Leaarne. At Jllddletown- Klngrlnn, II, Middle town, . At Nevrburgh Newhurgh, II, Pnurlikeep. ale, 1. At Lone BranchLons Branch. : riu. bury, t. First game. Long Branch, 1: Daa- fcury, I. m YACHTS TRIUMPH IN THEIR HOME WATERS Knmions Willi llarhnra ('tirricN Off Navy Challenge Cup, Heating Fifties. ; lU'T LOSES IX II EH CLASS 'Shiniiin, Also in Own Waters, Takes Trophy for Sloops Now at Gloucester. ilLuet-KSTBR. Mass, Aug. It. The tun to-day was from Marblehead to this plr. turpsque old town, the home of the fisher mill, and It was the Barbara's turn to win. It was proper that sho should, too, because she Is being handled by llobert W. Ilinnioits 2nd, und he Is now sailing In home waters. She defeated the other fifties and captured the Navy Challenge pun. but when Halllnir III her class against 0,n Shlnina and Avenger she was beaten was the winner, anil she too Is In home I waters, being the flagship of the Eastern j Yacht Club lleet. ln lm, r;(.v ur i-iiiiiiriiKr tuii iiir varl,, 1,1111 wl,h """tlmo allowance based on their actual measurements, but ! nl oaiioon- re.ur. to iireal. out. It ' w as :i 1 broad rem h. with booms to port I til the finishing line, llfteeu mile. luffing matches Tile Irollla crossed the line at I 03 ..",!. Tlie Shlmnsi was next nt 1 .IP tC. Then came tlie Muriel at 1 Jo lt and .'he was followed by Avenge! at 1 "3 :4, Katrina at 1 .'jv Ui. and liurello nt 1 .2s :3!i. The Uaibara led tin- llfties in und (,he was limed ill 1 ;s..iL- Miie (hushed thlrtv four seconds aluai) of the I'.iitilina at.d . see.in.ls ahead if tlie Siurtan The stimm.irv . .MAHM.r.HHAD TO I.I.OCCKSTKK I1Y WAY Of IIOM11N l.llillT VISsH SLOOP. I'l.ASi 1'- XTAUT. 1"' 10. J4 MILKS, Klapsed ... . Finish. Time. 1 .Kb! anil Owner II M s B.M.S. w-iiulnaril It A Monks 1 .,; r. 3 47 .-5 Arnord. liemaie; l.lmd . 1 ;,v 10 3 4s 16 j CI.ASK-. I. ANIi M-STAUT. W.IV I J. Z,1 ',, F -d 1 13 It .10115 liorrllo II , li. L. Iluteln-liler. 1 :v 3'' 3 11 T Con-cited Tune, llorello, . 1...T.I; Shimnn. .' 33 II SLOOPS, CLASS L-STAUT. 10. .n Mimin.-i, K T P.ilne "tl 1 l li 1 :-i ;.i 1 . ;.j 1 n i :'t in 1 Tl Is 1 .;i j; 1 .ii 1: 1 .1; 10 1 .1; 1.1 3 01 t .t "v .a 1 0 3 (w 3 os 3 ID i .-. 11 .7 1; 3 17 M 3 1; :j Avcn.-i-r. II. L Mm will Il.1rt1.1ra II 1' Wlmiie) aioliiu, I'eriitiroke Jones , spa-t.ni K Haiidnlph I r,'",,u,'" V11'',1,"11 N;, Kl1' Melone l C Itumrill I Vmur' ", ; ,'rUp ':r'"l" J il i!m? Mortal! Aill.lll.l. Il M lleekt'Iier -hiimi.i and Avelut r l.irtc.l 11:1 1 lorrisied Times Slilnuu. ...n.n.i; Avenier, I ;, ' ' i' Itarhira. I'., C.irohiu, :-n:.-,; i.r.ijhns. :l.:0s; Aeiiald.i, .':17:1k ' SCllOONf:it, CI.A" I TAHT 10::.-.. , on., K.l-,r Palmer - rn; 1" nu- I .r r-'r.-.,r 1 aimer s 31 1., Corr,-,.V, "nVeno.,.. 1 si.Sj,? -iuriri sianeu in i Cnrrecled Tmirs-lrnhl.i, ;::: Muriel, 1 34 I. NA Vy CIIALI.KNV.K CI'P FOIl SCHOONERS ; COHRKCTKII T1MKS. Iiolita. ;..'7:oj; Muriel. 2;3I4: Vsnon.i, 2 3s l, Mll.mi. .' Is j.-, Katrina. 2 T:02 NAVY CHALLKNUK CI'P FOIl SLOOPS; COit RKCTI'.I) TIMKS llarbara. ?'tlDI. C.irohu.i, 2-31.il; lioiium, 2J2-31; Dorellu II. 2.32:33; Spartan. 2 J::: I'leinne, - tl: shtmii.i. 2:.:i.ll; Avenirer, j J4i ir.ihn.-. J r.;; Acuslila, 2 H:fl5. Wliiilw.irtl, not measured V0SHELL ANDBAGGS WINNERS. Jew Yorkers Take Their MiiKle Vlntchea nt .IneLson. Jackson, N. II.. Aug. 13. The Jackson tennis tournament for the, east side of the White Mountain championship went to the thlnl round In singles and the finals round In doubles to-day, Vosliell and Baggs of New York each won their matches. The summary : Singles First round C. Kanishaw- de feated T S. l-ine. .Ir bv default; F. Hiirks defeated A. M, Burgess. 75, C 2; A. A. Leverlcb defeated F. Jones by default; It. Tunis defeated T. It. 1'llllllpa. 6 t, 75; It. 11. Marlltl defeated V II. Moore. J 0. C - 3. Second Hound -II. Tunis defeated A 11. tlajiiiaii, o, fi-1; .1. Tunis detested I'. II. Biirrnugtia. 75. 0 .1, F. C Burks de fented F. It. Budlnng, li -.', 3 1.. li -ti; P W. Martin defeated .1. T. 'Brown, 0 4, 1: 3; S. S, Voshell defeated i". Bnrnshaw, r. 2. 11 4, A. Wise defeated L. II. Leonard, (,(,, ti 2, Ibmlites Semi-finals .1, und U. Tunla defeated F, It, Buillong unit tleorgo Bullock, t 7. li 4. 7 5, til'IR lllljs Aliolller Pllclier. Clink Uiillllli of tho Washlugtoiis lias purt-haseil the rtlcnse of Pitcher Hedge petli of thn Norfolk. V'a., club. I ledge pel Ii recently pitched two Ramon In which he allowed but one hit In eighteen In nlngs, INilnlsts Will Shirt to Newport. Nkwpoiit, Aug, 13. Tlie Leopards and oilier leading teams thai have been play- Ing In the Point Judith polo tournament have enteieii tin annual begins Monday at the tournament which Westchester Polo Club heie. Mike llnnlln a Free Aaent, l'Bll,AtiKi.pillA, Aug. 13. Mike Donlln is now a free agent. Manager Dooln of the Phillies imcondltloniilly released the former Olant to-duy. Kastern Association. Bridgeport. I! New London, 2 New Haven. :,; lluriroid, 3 (I1rt gnmi Inrtloril, 2, New llioeii, I tsecinul cuinei, Waterbury. 5i Meridrn. 2. I'lltslleld, 3; Springfield, 2 .(Ilmt game). Plttatttlu, f, furlaiticld, 1 ttUonu fime). Old Record Beaten; Count Keeps Horses APECnLfAR circumstance sur rounded tho record breaking feat of Count Gregory in the four-in-hand race at tho Greater New York Fair and Exposition yester day. Emit S:eliR sold the record breakers to Count Gregory several wcoka ago, stipulating that if thoy did not break the world's record of 3 minutes 14jj neconds for u mile in their first public trial Count Gregory wotdd not have to adhere to the contract of sale. When they were timed in a minutes 12jj sec onds Mr. Seelig, who drove his own team into second money, suid: "1 knew they would do it. This track is the best half milo circuit I ever rode on. I'm satisfied; 1 won both ways." INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Resalta. Toronto, t: Jersey City. 3. Ituffalo, 5. I'rovldenre, u. Baltimore. 4: Montreal, 1 first ganiei Montreal. 6; llnltlmnre, 2 t set und gainel Newark-Bochester, rain. taadlav ( tfca Clabs. I'C, W. I.. I'C Matrel....ta o 4n4 I'roTldeace ,Ki Kl .437 J'orsste 51 12 .151 srMyCltT..is us .3sii Newark 74 S .MS Roehtter..M M .501 nlitmore...57 65 , 5no Biifalo M 57 .004 To-day a Scheatale. Toronto In Jersey City, itorhrmer in Newark (two games). Buffalo In Providence. Montreal In Baltimore. MAPLE LEAFS Q00D MUDDERS. Itnln fulls Constantly aa Tlie.v MhiiI ai4-etera!leore. M lo :t. Joe Kelly's Maple Leafs got off ln the lead In the third frame of yester days game at Jersey City when they "cored three runs. They were never headed, stretching their advantagr In the succeeding rounds and winning by it score of s to 3, It rained throughout the entire game. The score: rrOHONTO. 1 JKRSKY CITY, all r h p a e .ib rli p a e .M'C'n'l :b 4 u 1 3 H O.Shsw.ef 11 : 1 11 n O llara.lt 3 112 0 OiKsehen.rf 4 0 0 4 10 Sehllll.el 4 3 13 0 0 Ko'lller.ib ..01220 Kniy.rf .4 2 3 1 0 0,I'err.lf . 412110 Pick s.t 2 10 12 0 I'urtell.ss. I 1 .1 0 7 1 II ll il y lb j 1 JIJ 1 0lllle.3li 4 1 1 .1 0 0 W Mr'y.nb 3.0 1 0 3 I Calho'n Ib 4 0 0 11 0 0 Oriilisin.c 3 0 2 5 0 4, Wells e 4 0 2 3 .1 1 Mam !,i 5 9 1 0 3 OCnakley.ii. i 0 1 0 2 0 - Verboul p 2 0 0 0 0 Totals 3.1 13 27 15 I Totals 3 3 12 27 l 2 Toronto ,Mrs-y Cil.v .. . 0011001 11 3 v 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 03 Two base hlt-Koehler. Perry, Sham-. Schultz Three base hits I'urlen. It llradlry Saerificv bit Kroy. Sacrifice flies- W Hrailley. .. Stolen base II liradley U-ft on b.ises-Jer.y Cuy. s- Toronto. In. First lias, on balls on Coak ley 4 off Verboul, 2: oil Maxwell, I iMriul; out -Itr Maxwell, I Bit by pitchers- Hy Co.iU ley il'ieki; by Verbout iSehultn llits-oit CoaUley, i In four and two thirds Innniss: off Verbout. 7 In four and one. third Innings empires-Haves and Cariienter, Tinie-1 Inmr anil C nunuies. Orioles llrnvv With Btiynts. Baltimopk, Aug 13 The orioles and Boyals divided honors In a double header beiu to-day, the locals taking the first t to 1 am! tliopplng the second . to 2. Tin- scoi es . KlltST OAMB. I! 11 v. Mntitretl ooootoono-t 3 lliiltlliliire . 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 I 0 llhtterles Mrilravuor and Mutlden; Dan forlh and Iitan. SUCONtl OAMK. It. It. n. Montreal. . . 1 0 4 ft 0 0 0 n 0 :, it 1 llaltlinole 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 o ? 2 4 2 Hatlerles -Dale Mason and Mntldfll, 'ol trell, Morrlsette, Huth and llgaii. When Hr Control II, The lilt It,' i..n.m..n. v., ,r .. ., , i. "f: ' tills afternoon and was hit hard when he managed to get the ball over. On the other hand, .Inmieson was steadiness Itself and held tlie Grays helpless, Buf falo winning . to o. The score. P. II K. Huiroio 00100100- .11 1 Prnv blent e 11 11 11 ft 0 o 11 0 o ,, 1 Hatlerles J.iiniepon and Stephens. Larltte and Kin her DURAS GETS ANOTHER SETBACK. Atlnlr llrnw anil Mnkea Ills loin I DeHeK One nnd a llnlf linnie. Ci, p. Huras. the Bohimlan chess chain pion. met with his second setback 111 the masters tournament of the p.k-e Chess Club when be encountered Or. li, 1. Adair of the Btooklyn und Manhattan Chess clubs vcsterila.v. Although not ilefeattd nutrient the pla.vet fiom Prague had to concide a draw to Ins opponent liter a haul fight of forly-flve moves, .11 this be was Hither fortunate iiecaus of the fact that lie was the exchange be hind nt the time. Including the loss to Capablaucn. this made a deficit of 1 i, points for the Kuropeaii cpct. who all along has been the favorite for second honors. It looks now ns though both Black and Kiipcbll:. who aie ailed of him in tlie schtilule, will be In a position to challenge him for the place when tlie final games, of which ten remain, are played. HE WHO FIGHTS AND RUNS soldier Bnchlia Knows Time to Say "Snfflelener." Jack Kentlng forced Soldier Bachus to quit In the second round of their bout last night at the St. Nicholas A. C Kcatlmr tlimrixl ftmOiiiu i ti... - :. " ....c ... ,,- 111.1 itiiiuui for the count of nlnei and after taking a few desperate swings In the next stanza Bachus divided that it was better to have 1 his friends say, -There he goeg" than ' "There he lies." I In the eiirtnln raiser Battling Levlnskv. ! jvelghlng IBS pounds, gave 20 pounds' away to Tim Logan ol Philadelphia. I winning in every round of the scheduled ten. Irfigan was slow in his delivery and foot work and was 1111 easy mark fori Levlnsky's counters and bodv punches 1 All Chung, the only Chinese boxer In' ynptlvlty. scored a victory In the second 1 bout, forcing his opponent, Paddv I .McCarthy, to quit in the sixth round, after ' getting plastered a few times on the chin l'.h",B. hwed cleverness 11111 1 11 go,,, stiff left hand that he worked lontinuallv " I Horse. Fall, Driver Killed. CINCINNATI. Aug. 13. The llrst daVs racing In the four day meet nt thn Carthage Fair (Irounds this afternoon was marred by u seusntloiiul spill In the 2:!o pacing event, resulting In the death nf onu driver and the Injury of several others, I 11. 12. t-'iLrliiini. fiT. vmiiu nta .11...1 'I after the accident, One of ine horses put tils hoof tlitough a sulky wheel and 11 1 mass of drlverti. snlid..,, ,..,.1 Aui..... , -- .-,.,, . .,,, rAt.-iieii horses went down In a heap. ! IKSTAULISBIID 1837.1 R. Simpson & Co. li) West 42d at., near llrnadvvay. Broadway, corner 97th at. Loans to Any Amount on Plcdfje of Personal Property. We hair n bilge avmlmrnt of luanmnd lllngs, Diamond I'llis. Ac, at ptlctv which will utlsfy uareful purrhisers, GARDEN NO LONGER AUTO SHOW'S HOME Exhibition Lasting One WVpj Will 11c Housed in Grnm! Central Palace. :xo opposition em:ni I Chicago Exhibition to He I n.Cp ' Same Auspices Two Weeks Later. Annoitncement was made yes'ei i, ef the dates selected for thn two p.i .'iiitonmblle show.' to be held next w ,mer In New York and Chicago. Tin- New York exhibition will be held in tlie rirrmi Central Palace January .". to In. whil.i that In Chicago will lie held at the i'oi. scum and First llegltnetit Arniorv dur in; the week of January "1-31. Both nf tl,(s, exhibitions will bo held under the au. pices of the Automobile Chamber of Co-n. mercc, of which S. A. Miles Is Keneral mannger. This will be the first tune that the New York and Chicago exli.i.itmni have been held under the same auip.eci since the Seldcn Jiatent litigation div dpi the nietiilx rshlp of the National Asso,. Hon of Automobile Manufacturers mta two camps. There will not be an exhibit nf com inerelal vehicles held In conjunctio , n.t"v the passenger carrying cars as lias n the case the last few years. The motor and accessory manufacturers will show accessories at the national shows as 1(. fore, according to the announcement, a id this puts an end to the rumors vvaich were circulated recently that tin u . sory people were to have a show of their own at Madison Square Harden, 'our Moors of tho Urand Central I'o'aj vv-,11 be utilized for the exhibition Tns Interior of Madison Square Uardci wo 11 building has ben the home of tup New York show for many years. Is not ':irs.i enough to house tlie products of the auto mobile Industrv. In order to ar -otumo. dale all the exhibitors for the n.i'iun.il show last e.ir the exhibition had to t divided Into two sections. One e, don was held In Madison Square Harden m l the othcj' in Urand Central Pala -e Th:i proved Inconvenient for visitors. The Moor spam secured at the Pala") for the forthcoming how is gt eater hv .'0,000 square feet than the space utilized in the two buildings at the last shou. Automobiles will be exhibited on the llti: and second doors of the Palace and ii the wall space sections of the other two floors Electric cars will be shown on tV second floor, while on the third tionr 1 the sp-icey pot OPCttpItd by car eh hits will tie the displ.ij of the .Motor a- 1 Accessory Association. Accessories w 11 " shown aKo 011 the fourth floor aln .g with the exhibit of motorcycles. Jol 'i. -s and .-vcessory manere who are not nie-n-bers of any oig.ini7ation will be permitted to show on the fourth lloor. BOSTON TO HAVE IRISH A. C. William Front l.enves lliislnn , ,, In tnr .c Inn. Boston-, Aug. Ki--.vt tb- nlllce nf thu Steretan rf Statt nrilcl.s of incorpot .. Hon weie tiled to-day hv the ItNh Am lean A. A of Boston, an athletic tirgai ization At the head nf the 0rg.1nU.1tnv is Williiun f Piuut. the 11M Binvvn quip ter mller and foi several years past c-ip-tain of the Boston A. A. track team. Two davs nco I'rout resigned as leader nf th Back Bay club's track nthletts, nnd t' iinnouncement to-night lh.it he Is the lcml Ing spirit In a new otg.inl.atlon oe. sinned U Wot 111 nf smnH,.,, I,, Inn, I ' circles. , 7,'"' Ul" ,''1,''l' 1,10 ""nipet t 1 Vuk0 .11" rTl,rt '-' '' 10 the llns-n .v bi in., ni.u Amerlcnn A c nf Nt-W "lnrk has In en ilolnn- In th.. v.. 1. Yntl; A. i for Mini" time past Asm i.ttid with Piout ,ir- .. number of persons p-nm Incut In ttnek Kirts nnd a nuiiihi t nf th Ii ailing nthletis have sign. tied tl- n tentlou of aligning with the pew c'1'1 t'lonls in Newport To-diiy. NliWPop.T. Aug 13. The scml-fln.rs tin- women s hiii, II, m .h.nl.l. u r. 1 nlTeted by Mss Louise Scott vve.e p 1 .. on the c.Kino court, rtils inotn.ni matclvs -were decidisl in stiauti,, with tin- result tan; Miss IM11.1 it ,r, ami .Mis j. II. Bus!; v :i' in,-, V - i.ot-:i,.iril sp, ; ,ti. ,ir ,,. j,'s Sands in the dual match to-moimw It suit uf too p iv was Ml'. is 1; and Busk defeated Mm, I: II I , and .Mrs. Clt.rh - I: T1.1 -i, n- .Mrs. Spencer and M. s(1.,s i. ,. Louise Scott and Miss M'mi S -nit AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWNRBS AMI .HKLLTHS or A' TOMOHILVS, COMMKIU'IAI, VI'HI CIJ-S. I! ARAftES TIHCS. EQUIP Ur.NTfl, AUSO HlIPAIH COM. PANtr.S. WILL ALWAYS FIND SOMFTBINfl OF INTkltl'rtT IN THIS COI.tlSIN. MOTORS iilw v-.''.'V.Tn'UY ci.rM I'.s ii,i,u 11 .VIA.NII.Mtll MAKHS I'OltAI 1 p I I n l 10MOIIII.l:.S. Moron mums 1 SriTIONAItV I'M, INF ,1 I COM 30 19 SO" 8gLISR .11 ST XOTHl'Itl. MAKKS lil'.I. U 1 A COMI'AHI- Pllll'i:" pull ! pup . bi:i.im 1..110 11. p., 1 rji.' 1 (III. Mllll, ,' II, I',, j ,.,. Illiler, I ece 5011 -s, l'4IV. aft II. I'.. 4 cylinder. I eve le , (M) COM IM M AI.. Ml II. I' I ei llnder. 4 ccle nan IH.ltSIILM. .si'i:i.l.Ml, n evl . 4 eyrie, nil B 1" K4MI 1.I.MIIIU . ltd II. . , ,.,;. ,M"' 'i''Ii,.'e?'!t-' . . 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