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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913.
Alex Smith Wins Open Golf TitleLast Three Westerners Put Out of Tennis Tourney SMITH CHAMPION BY VIRTUE OF 70 SCORE For Fourth Time Scotch Golfer (inins Metropolitan Open With 291 Total. TOM McNAMARA SECOND McDenuott Fails Badly nt End and His 79 Moves Him Hnck to Third. For the fourth time In his career. Aleck Sni t!i of Wykugyl Is the open champion of the Metropolitan Golf Association. Ho achieved that distinction estcrday at Salisbury when lie went round In "0 and ; for a total for seventy-two holts of 291, ono ftroko ulicud of Thomas U McNnmaru of Uostou, who won the tltlo last year, ,i id three strokes better than the effort of John .t. McDermott, the national open i tampion. Aleck Smith tlrst became, the metropolitan nn champion at Ko Hills In IPOS, and raptured tho honor again nt i'ykngl In 1909. His third win came at pral In 1910, the year he won his second nation il championship. Starting out In the morning the crowd tagged after McDermott, for It was lio lieved that his two stiuka advantage on the first day would never be overtaken. Mock Smith was an early starter. His To early In the day, which Is the best ier done In competition at Salisbury, promptly caused the worshippers to trail lehlnd their old time hem. so that In the afternoon It was Aleck who carried the sallery. Smith's 70 was the more re nurksble because he took 40 on the. out ward Journey. The superb 30 for the Inward nine of the early round, when he failed to miss a, thing or do anything but produce thrills, was not In evidence for the spectators' benefit on the last circuit, for the re doubtable Aleck had to bo content with ;r. Ho did not putt with any too much confidence and his drives were not always good. Immediately after Smith had pnished cord came that McDerinott had gone out In 39, and that everything depended on what the national champion did coming home. lor a while he was tho centre of attraction, but the crowd was not treated m the thrills of which McDermott Is capable. H was evident that the Atlantic City homebred had lost confidence on the greens and his line driving was unable to overcome the handicap. So It was that lie had to be content with "9. six strokes worse than his morning round. That set tled the title so far as McDermott was loncerned. Once more word came across the. course to the effect that McNamara was sottig great guns over the Hrst nine holes, for his Horn there was 36. Hy tho time lie had reached the thlrtienth green the former champion and Oswald Klrkby, the Knglewood amateur who was McNa- mara's partner, became the objects of all eyes. Some one apprised the Boston man that he had tho finest chance In the world to repeat his performance of last lar. to plnce again at the head of the local golf column the name of a homebred and to prevent, the leader of the Scotch contingent ftom once more coming to the top. McNamara had done finely up to that point, but the strain began to tell by the time he reached the short fifteenth, where lie pulled his tee shut Into the rough and despite a tltie recovery had to take 4. Again at the t-iMwiitli In attempting to catch the roll of the land bis hall bounded thurply to the rough at the right, and he needed another 4 on a short hole. This made It imperative for him to beat par lit cithtr of the last two holes hi older to tie Smith. He might hnve done It on his approach to tho last green, but the ball had hardly roll enough to overcome one of the undulations Just short of tho hole, with the result thut tho sphere was deflected tu the right and away from the pin. Two feet more would havo turned the trick and ho would have had an easy 4 and n tie for the title. As It was he lalled to get down a twelve footer and nail to be content with a 5 and second place. Jack Hobens of Euglewood was an other who had a fine chance tu finish ahead of Smith, for at the end of the morning round ho was well up with the kaders. Another 73 would have won. but a vlblt to two traps on the tenth hole cost him 7 and he lost a chance to improve a stroke at the seventeenth. There wero other holes at which this iterllng golfer and former champion might have Improved, ko that he hail to be content after all with a 79 and a total for the seventy-two holes of 296. Mean while. Ueorgo Sargent of Chevy Chose, former national champion, handed In 71 for his last round, which so reduced his total that he tied with Hobenn for fourth and fifth moneys. The purse was split. James Maiden of Nassau might have been much better oft could ho have dona bettei than 77 In the afternoon, but his 02 was good for sixth place. Fred Mo l.eod of Columbia, another erstwhile na tional tltlo holder, who required 79 In the morning, got going on his second effort and turned In a 71 for a total of 304. which tied with Maedonald Smith, late of California, hut now of Wykagyl and holder of the Western open title, for the last two prizes. Only two amateurs remained In the tournament until the end. Theso were "swabl Klrkby and Devoreux M of Hrooklyn-I'orest Park. Klrkby'a Ml stood seventeenth on tho list. Lord had 3S2. Inn scores: 1st day. Smith. Wykanrl 14 T I. MeNamara, Boston... H9 . J MrDcrmoit. Allan. City 142 Is It lloiiens. Kuglettond.... 141 '" i-ai L-?nt. Clievy Chase. 13: 1 ties Maiden, Nassau HO il Mi-Lcnd. Columbia.... 151 M v InnaJd Smith. Wykagyl. 1M '- Dowlnii-, Searndal i.... Ii3 "'.! W. Lortn.-. Areola... It Ntao Murltlr, Fox Hills 153 .n'rr tow, llalttisrol 1M n hi Terry. Canoe Hrook... 116 Jn Mitchell. Up. Montclair 1M Jolly. Newark , tW !' Hum. Salisbury 1M 'i Klrkby, Englewood lf2 I C Ferrilsou, Spring Lake 160 ' ll...-hain. Nor Jersey. 141 I'4"c n. M, Morris Co... 1S4 Jo, -ylirier. Van Cort.... IM e P-iron. Hockawe.y, JJ1 J " "eraser, Hrrat Neck... 1S3 II, Thomson. (ilo Ridge. 1.19 ilm Million. Maidstone.... 1M I II Iiilwnod. Harden City 1S3 ' J Doiuherty, Men'h'r'le. 1U Itej-bf-rl strong. Inwood 1M V Eutwlstle, New Hruns'k. 143 Iiert llaltell. Flusblnr. It 'soma T, Sayrra. Merlon... 145 Ti Lord. irklyn-Forest P'tc 111 (.eorje Sparling, Orooklswtl 111 I It Thomson. Phils. C'try 111 Mk Demane, Rye ,.. 1 43 Cnl Mrotur, Sharon IT! J II. t.srclaiuH. unattscbed III Itols-rt Dow. Monroe 14 I. Mies, sircpy Hollow 14ft Hurry Overy, Ocean 1M Btnrfl Reebe, long- Brsnch 14 lu-rbcrt Martin, Quogue UV Atqlfeur. 3d 4th To- rod. rod. 1st. ,0 ;t ,vti ;t 11 jj n t4 T3 "3 :m ;.t :t m 75 sis 19 71 .'04 74 73 "It 74 79 W 77 M 6 71 79 Vi7 73 79 301 74 7S SOU 77 73 S4 74 74 HO SJ 73 510 77 13 311 77 76 "15 74 7 411 M 77 I'll U 74 31 M 74 M( 79 7R S17 79 ' M 31 t; 78 31 41 81 ."11 14 13 31 71 44 i'A n 1 3M 0 US 311 Id it 173 7i 111 r.z Id M Z22 W 77 W .'. 71 3'M 71 :- W M TA S3 IS m tt 7i n 7 S3 373 M M S.7 IT M Zii Mlsaes Barsrsr mm WmeU Wlstaers. NrVrtRT, Aug. 14. The prliss that ery offered by Miss Loulss Scott for the jsumen'a handicap doublet tennis tourna ment' at ths Casino ware won today by Us Edna Bargtr and Miss JIargarst H. Buik' by stores of 75, 75 over Miss lorlllard Spencer, Jr.. and Miss Anna Rands.' The match proved to be one of the hardest fought on the Casino courts this summer, the winners finally wearing down ttett ofvoaeaU. Ruppert Makes Big Offer for Etawah pETROIT, Mich., Aug. -J Etuwah. the greatest threo-ycur-old trotter of the year, with n record of isflM and yet to lone n heat and expected to lower the 2:(MH mark of Colorado E., probably will be sold within a day or two. John Ruppert, acting for Jacob Ruppert, proprietor of the Oakland Stock Farms of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., has made the present owner of the horse an attractive offer which, it is intimated, will be accepted. E. 0. Jones, the present owner, recently purchased Etawah for $0,500. NEW HALF MILE TRACK MARK FOR DIRECTUM I James Butler's Pacer Covers the Mile in 2.01- 1-4, Beating Gentry's Hecord. Monroe, N. Y Aug. 14. Tho feature nt the last day's race meeting at Monroe to-day was tho new world's record made hy the pacer Directum I., owned by James Butler, proprietor of the East View farm. Before the horses scored for the final heat the starter announced that Mr. Hutler had decided to allow Directum I. tu go against tho track record of L':07'i, held by Hal H.. Jr. Driver flyun let the pacer step the first quarter In 30 '.J seconds, the half In l:03t4, three-quarters In l:34,i, the last iuarter In 30 seconds and the utile In 2:041,. The world's half mile track race record up to this time was held by John n. Gentry and was 2 :04 "i. made at Lima, Ohio. In 1S00. Nowaday Girl repeated her previous victories In the meetings of the Metropoli tan Circuit and won tho three-year-old trot In straight heats. a A., also one of Mr. Hutler'g horses, added another vic tory to his list In the 2:20 trot, trotting tho tlrst mile In 2:11 14 after an exciting race with Centrevllle, which has been winning through the Metropolitan Circuit. The summaries : Three- ear-old trot: purw. tl.OOfi. Nownlsy Oirl. b. f.. by MscDoual Sow. day (Lurllel .. .. 11 ninrllte. b t. iCInytoni : : The Zombro nelle. b t. Paei 4 3 noma, b f Miooriei 3 (i Karlwnod I, h e. iCrnzieri 4 Zobedah. 1). I iB Murray) i Time-l:ll. 1:14V,. Z:W pace: puroe. tl.OV). Olreettim I. eh s , by Directum Kelly- lietta (Rya t 1 I Exalt, ch. e iMnirilh) Ullub. b m. (Undleyi Suale Bell. b. m. I Berr) Shlpshewana Ktnt. b. . (HollenheeU) .. Time- : ::!'. l:ot'.. class trottiiu: purse. It.tVM. Leo A., b. a., by Jack Welch Kvelyn (Ryan 1 Centrevllle. blk. s iCroilcr) Ililllr Miller, eb s. (MiCarty Relltsn. h s. ( Dickeraon 1 The Counsellor, b. ir. illollenbeck) I Am It, b. m. iScolt) The Kxpose. b. m. Illurmai Time-: mis,. :n:v,, ::it. 3 3 4 4 5 & 1 t : 4 3 : 1 3 YALE GOLFER ELIMINATED. O. C. Stanley Beaten at Wyanteaaek Medalllat Also Loses. Great Harris'iiton, Mass., Aug. 14. Match play was In order over the Wyan- tenuck course tu-day, furnishing surprises In several Instances. In the Hrst sixteen C. Stanley, former Intercollegiate champion, was eliminated by U. H l.yall. the Massachusetts crack, j and I. l.yall then succumbed In the second tound to C. A. Spofford. Apuwamls. 4 and 3. Pwlght Partridge, winner of yesterday's qualify ing round, lost to (1. T. llrown of the home club by 4 and -. The new yantenuck eighteen hole course now under instruction, along with Its fine clubhouse containing a swimming pool, was Inspected by tho Malting golfers. All were loud In praise of what they saw and OKI ceil that when completed the course would be a leading factor In New Kngland golf. The summary : First Ituuml. First SUteen O B. Mrfinv. ern, Wyantenuck. hest A. K. Whitney, Wyunteuuck, 1 op; O, D. Ilapgond, Phitron, bsat J Shepheril, Jr., It. t Country 4.lub, 1 up, 19 boles; A. W. ItHliiock. Metueomel. I. rut V. If Ziegter, Dyker Meadow. 3 and 4: T. If Hojrt, Woodlawn. heat I). M. Cols, Wrsttleld. 4 und ; (1. II. l.yall. Dsllrvllts, heat (. C. Stanley, Wyuntenuek, i und 4; C, A. Spofford. Apuwamls, brat It. ". Car roll. Knollwood. 1 up: O. T. Brown, Wyan tenuck. beat J. .V. Toeler. Enslewood. by default: Owlght Partrlda. Celfnrd, beat N, B. Katsche. Ljirrhmont, t and 7. Second Round Metlovern bsat Hapgood, S and 4; Hoyt beat Hancock, 3 and 3; Hpof. ford beat l.yall, 4 and I; llrown beat Part rldgt, 4 and i. WOMEN PLAY AT EKWAN0K. Man' .N'ew Yorkers Drawn Matehra of Two Klsjhts. la Manciiebtcr, Vt., Aug. 14 The first round of match play was completed In the women's tournament at Hkwanok to day In two divisions of eight each. Miss Mildred Caverley of Philadelphia and Miss Elsa Plckhardt have yet to play the tie for low net score prise In the qualifying round. The summary : First Division Mrs. H. Cahall, New Vork hrnt Miss iloldsmlth. New York. 2 and 1: Mlsa Klaa Plckhardt. New York, beat Mrs. 11. I.. (JllleSDle. Naw York. 1 up: Miss Kred. New York, beat Mrs. W. O. McKnlrht. Nw York, 7 and 6; Miss Mlior-n csverly, l-niis. delphU, beat Mrs. A. O. Mellwalne, llarl. ford, 3 and 1. Hecoud Division Mlsa Margarst Francis, Trnv. heat Miss Kdlth Van Zandtvonrd. Tmr. 3 und I: Mra. (lroabck. Cincinnati. beat Mra. W. U Hull, New York, 3 up; Mrs. A, U. Stern, itocnvsier, anil ra. nayer, New York, aacn oraw oyas. SARATOGA TUBF JOTTINGS. SARATOGA, Aug. 14. As an attrscllnn fnr ihs rantamtilated extra day of raclns on Labor Day. a special two-year-old race la being arranged with the Idea of bringing together all the crack youngsters. It will be a handicap subscription evsnt of 1200 each, with 11.500 addta. The distance will ba at six furlongs, Those expected to atart are Old Rosabud, Pennant, Little Nephew, Houthern Maid, Htromboll, Oalnsr and Roamer. A long distance race at two and a quarter mites aiso win os on ina pro Thraa riders made 'weight for the fractious Bruin Ball In the fourth race and an extra boy was required. The filly austalnad her reputation hy throwing Hcnatr in in pan .nk. namnbell. m nasro. than took the mount and managed to stay en the bucking animal. Kiiungworin waa in uoy nsiu in ''ckty Butwell, who was at dewn by vinim narth. yeatardsy roda lltsRtor In the fifth raca. The trainer far Mr. Parr said that he bad agreed te let Butwell fulfil outside engegemsnts for a few days so as not te work hardship on other owners. It la reported that the elslllen Fits Herbert, which was to be eoia at auction hw i ha saints ef Charlaa Kohler. has been dlspoied of st private sale to Clarence MJackr' Wall, a threeyear-old aon of Chuctanundo. owned by R. r. Carman, dreppad dead after running five furlonga In training this morning. ' The first arrest for bookniaklng wse msde yesterday when a deputy sheriff arrested a man who wae laying edde outside the rare track. He wee brought up In court this morning and District Atternty McKalrsy gave him twenty minutes to catch a train !.ii nt out of town. This waa taken ad vantage of end the charge was net praseed. The steward! -of the Jockey Club heerd testimony In the, ease of Jockey Wilson, naiiae John Lonamann end Robert Mendel- aohn tbla evening, but did not eeme te a decision. The testimony will tie renewed to gasrrow. WEST GETS DOUBLE BUMP IN ONE RACE Edith W. and Chrlstophine Both Beaten by Belmont's Cro'ssbun. MAY SURPASS STR0MB0LI. Comes Away as She Pleases at SLxteenth Pole and Is Handy Winner. Sakatooa. Aug. 14. August Belmont's Crossbun, by Peter Pan Lucy Cross, 1 scored an easy victory In the Kentucky Selling Stakes, for two-year-old fillies, tho feature of the racing here to-day. The success of the Belmont entry marked an other setback for the West, as Kdlth V. and Chrlstophlna w.ve fancied by the In vaders, the former especially coming with a good reputation from the Kentucky tracks, which she had maintained until to day hy winning In the colors of F. D. Weir. Crossbun won In decisive style and cur ried more weight than any other tllly In the race, so that It may turn out that she Is the best of the Belmont two-year-olds. It was reported thut Crossbun had worked as well us Stromboll, and this was sunt clent to Install her favorite In the field of eight. The Westerners supported Kdlth W7. and there were many good Judges who did not seo how she could lose. McTaggart got Crossbun away In front and she went Into a good lead, with The Spirit two lengths behind at the quarter, doing around the bend Kdlth W. wont by Tho Spirit, but the Belmont filly had a load of two lengths entering the stretch. Theru was a cry of dlsmnv 11s Cro'Sbun made 11 wide turn, hut her followers wer cheered when Kdlth W. went still further ... .u . j ..... . .-.irummrn-a oui lor me stretch drive. Hdlth W. began to gain on Crosshuil. but McTaggart came away is tie pleased at the sixteenth pole and won handily by a length and a half. When the two leaders ran out Wolfe on Naiad found oimmi space on the Inside, and, sav ing ground took third place, a length and a half behind Kdlth W. The summaries : FIH.ST RAOR, For to.yer-olds, selling. SI0O added, fle snd a htlf furlongs: Horse and ate. U't. .Incliey ITIees. Kin. Korfhace. ; 1(4 llorel 5 4-5 f nsrTsi uuren. . us j.Moiag t.. lo-l Anytime, z, Ill llvr-i. even in-l 4-1 3-1 k-5 S 71 b-2 S 2-l S-l 7 10-1 4-1 S Itobert 4)ller. Ill DavVn 107 Martin I0 Wolfe 113 Troxler 103 McCahe tharmeu 3 uiy wrine. s Ida Lavlnls, i Time. IW7 (!ood suirt: won driving; Korfhare. eh, teaarlonllusv Imk owned bv W. (I. g.. by Yankc; trained by W. H. Ruckner. SIX'OMi llACi:. Steeplechase; for three-j eor-okla and upward; Joo added: about Ino miles: Horse ana sir. u 1. .lucKey. nucklhorn.aird 1U Franklin. Son of the Wind, 4 till Saftl.. Prices. Fin 11-10 out l' 3-1 even ti-l 4-1 .V iiumiuiy. j. a rvraunc. asiuie, a. in iisynrs a & 3 i t Lost rider: remounted. tLostrldrr. Time. i: Cood start: unn easily: Ituckthnrn. h. r.. hv Sanicllo Kscornlo: owned by tt. W. Sage; trained uy i. 4. uononue. TH1IUI IUCK. The Kentueky Selllnt: for lo-vear-okl allies: cash value ll,ow; nve anu a hall turtoncs: iiorse snu age. m i. jockey. iriecs. nn. Crossbun, 3. lit. T.uciag-t. ii- event" Kllth w, I Naiad. 3. . 103 XlcCabe -l 1-1 J4H 101 Wolfe, Id) Msrlln mi Hrady us Uim 1IW Mrklaus ItW Hotel 3-1 ctrn S-l 3-1 I :nnstonnine. 3. Tlie Spirit, s IV-l s-i .VI 7 I .v: s :i i M 7 rascinaunir, i. Water Lady, ? urn i, Left at sst. Time. IU7 t-3. (Jood atari: v,on easily: Crossbun. b. or tr. f.. by I'e4er Pan-l.uey I ri. omdciI by August llrlinonl: trained by L. l rustrl. FOCUTU HACK. For mare, three years old and UDward: handl es)'. y added: one mile: Horse sua aee. n :. Jockev. l'rlces. Fin. Semprltr, 3. tos Davlcs is-.l i-.i i Mission. 4 lot T. MT'lS'l & I S-S 2 Suannanoa. .V II Martin 7-.1 1 ; a Flamina. 4 IOS Uyrnr. 13 I 4 I W J. MT'ifg't VO I 7-1 3 tot llraily. S-l 3 I A 103 Mcklatis rt-l 3 1 lilngllnir. 3. Metttre. I. . Kalinin. .1. . Itniin llrlle. 3 lbbr Time. I'lrtl-.Y tkmd start: won t-Arltv: Hemnrlts. h. f.. hv Scmpronlus Irnlie; owned by Ocorgc J. Ixmf, iramcii - -. tu)nt. FI1TII HACK. For three- ear-olds and unwatd: relllnr: x.YV) addetl: one mile: Horse and ace. wt. Jockey. Prices. Fin. Itioal Meteor. .V 103 McCabe. A-l e-.l I llolllnc Stone. 3 lot Ilvrne. ft-1 s.i Sienhir. I. IOC, liutusll... .v i k.. si Judge Walser, I ..ItM Ferguvon 13-1 i-l 4 rowiou new. 3. ion Ambrose. I-l 8-3 3 Niar Artreas, 3 03 Martin 2-1 4-3 A rllla llrjson, 3 . 1 10 .Mrklaus S-l :- 7 Time. 1:31 4-3. (iood start: won rasllv: Itoval Meteor, eh. r.. by Star Shoot t)ueen Regent; owned by P. Hysnis; trained by C F. Clark. SIXTH HACK. For all ages; handicap; isou added; seven fur longs: Horse and age. Wt. Jockey. Prices. Fin. Iteybourn, ... . en, .J. MT'g'rt, s-,1 1-3 ! Helamour. 4. ti Martin 1 5-1 is Heater Prynnc, 3..KX) Wolfe. ..11-3 3-3 3' Soslus. 2.... to McDonald..)-! &-1 t Scbago.3,... .111 T. MT'grt S-3 1-3 3 Time. 1:11 1-3. coon start: won raMly; Iteybourn, br, f., by Star Shoot' Ijisi Resort: owned by Frederick jonnson; traincti By J. r. suyberry. GOSHAWK TAKES SatJADBON RUK. Yiiniia- Helmulit's Isllp One Dealcn Boat the Winner. Savvili.k. N. Y., Aug. 14. Tills has been one of tho best days In the history of yachting on tlreat South liny. This morning there was an Ideal thrash tu windward for the boats that arn taking part In the big rrulai of the Great South Day Yacht Hat.lng Association. The boats left tho anchorage of the llabylon Yacht Club and had a thirteen mile beat In light wind from the east. In addition to the usual class prlies there was1 a special cup offered by Charles H. Keutor for the boat that made the best corrected time on the squadron run. The prlzo was won by August Itelmont, Jr., who Hulled his Goshawk, an Isllp one design boat, to victory In his own class and also In the squadron run. This afternoon the Corinthians sailed the twelfth annual regatta of 'the South Side Yacht Club und also for the famous Queen of the Hay cup, originally offered by the Pentaquolt-Corlnthlan Yacht Club in 1899. On corrected time this prise wss won by C. V. Weston's Dixie, It was the second time this bout has won the trophy. The boat sails In the Q class and also won that division to-day. The only protests of the afternoon were filed In the Isllp one design class. The second boat to finish was Nyssa, which belongs to H. B. Holllns, Jr. The craft was sailed by Adrian Iselln. Nyssa was protested by Horace Havemeyer, owner of Electro, In turn Mr. Iselln protested Rlectra. It was the old story of room at one of the marks. The race this afternoon was held In a light breeie from the southeast. Dr. Qeorge E. Ilce managed the regatta and was able to give the boats a good course that included a long beat to windward. Veterans Oet Away Poorly. ' Eptcial Cl Dtipatch to Tai Sck. Hamilton, Bermuda, Aug. 14. The New York Veterans and the Hamilton Cricket Club began a cricket match here to-day. At the end of the first Innings the Veterans had scored 13 runs. Kelly, not out, made the highest score. 31. Hamilton had scored 189 runs for the loss of five wickets when stumps were drawn for the day. " Potts May Run in Old Boys' Games "THE UNITED STATES will not be without its representative in tho Old Boys' Games at Stock liblm, Sweden, next month if Robert F. Potts, tho veteran all arotuid athlcto of the Nutiondl A. C, is able to make arrangements for the trip. Members of the Swedish American A. C. havo convinced Potta thut Undo Snnt needs his services abroad and the little runner will see "A. A. U. offlciuls within the next few days about tho mutter. Potts is 37 years old, two more than thj minimum required for tho international contests in Sweden. Since sovoral days come botwecn events Bob says he would like to enter all and take a shot at the point trophy single hunded. BREAK SPOILS CHANCE FOR TANDEM RECORD Despite Lnpse, Scclijs Team ComeH Within Second of World's Mark. Surprise, John Kenny's chestnut geld ing, sprnng the unexpected yesterday afternoon at the (Jreater New York Kalr and Kxposltlon hores show, which Is running at th Umpire City racetrack, Yonkers. by winning the iptarter mite race for ponies In tho fast time or 24 1-.1 seconds. Mve Wire. 11 heavy favorite, finished second, whip- Play Boy crossed the line a bad third, far In t!io ruci;. after la most promising start. . ,. ,.h, ...,, ,ir,v i-.mnt reorv's four-in-hand to a world's record Wedncs day. drove ICmll Seellg's tainlem team to within a second if equalling the world's record of 2 minutes 1 1 seconds. This, after he had scoted un ensy victory over Count Gregory's pair a half hour pre vious. The off horse. Tom Mountain, broke stride twice during the last circuit, blasting Seellg's hope for a new mark. A gallery of six thousand wltnet-sod the afternoon's display, several Saratoga race followers being among those present. Over a hundrid horses are now on the grounds for the live day race meeting, which starts this afternoon. The sum maries . Itea Harness Hor Shnu n to appro orlate xehlcles Won by IMward McLean's hr. k Oakwoo.l. ttmll Seellg's b. g. Ulllle B. sec.md. I'onlss In Harness Won hv tlroadlawn Farm's ro. m Sequel; Wllllsbrouk Fauns 1). nt Hit O' Fashion sei-ond. Shetland Ponies. Under Saddle Won by Miss Jane ttordon Coxe's lir. R. Mmf, Mrs. Ilnuard . Starretfs blk. slal Keith second. Pontes In Harness 13 bunds 3 Inches r unrirr--Won In- Mrs. It. .1 (traham's b. slal I'rlde of Onnay tlroadlawn Farm's nlrlitilil slal. Anstis secontt. Park mid Itoud Hacks fur the ttlder mh.I Driver Cup Witn by Mi.s 1'larlbei Jefferson's eh 111. Shslla and blk. g. Head) Money; A. W. Atkinson a ch. m Rosamond ana o. B Hlrlttsml FlInK ssntnd. One Mile Tandem Hace won by limn Keells a team. gr. g. Tom' .Mountain and b. g. Volunteer; H. F S. Uregory's h. Sport and lir. f. Town Topics second ? mlimlH 1 seconds Time, Model Military .Mount won by Aldan n. Blodget a h. g Justice, l lioums H. Claras; Jr 's b. r Saglnor seeoint. quarter Mile Pony HUie Won by surprise. ch. s owned by Thomas and John Kenn V. Host n l no, Live wtre. br m owned by tr Harry TUeliurst iColfordl. U0, second, Play Hoy, b. K . owned by T und I Kenny (liarlundl, lovt third. Time, Jl I seconds. Hunters ami Juinpe rsN on by S. Hryee Wine's i h. g, Hob llryan. Thomas and John Ketine s ch. a. Howard lienor second. IturiHbout Horse Won by Hroadlawn Faun's b. m. RroadUun Maid. Kdward McLean a b. g. Snapshot second. Tandem Hunters Won by (Jlnn Kiddle Farm's br. g. Major Threet and br g Irish at. lilenn Kiddle Farms blk. k. Strong- heart and ch, g, SI. Wlnfred second. PROBABLE WINNERS OF SARATOGA RACES TO-DAY. First Hace- Prospect, Ann Tllly and Uulerpe. Second Hace Fllttcrsold, Mourner and Cssuarlna, Thlnl Hare Trlfler, Lurla Mcssstr. and llo)S Fourth Hace Princess Calloway, Stren uous ami Impression, Fifth Hace War Horn, Paton and Dart worth, Sixth Usee-Whitney entry ivalkyrlc and Contrnrj), 1:1 Hold and Ha'penny. SARATOGA ENTRIES xOR TO-DAY. First Hace Three-yrar-oit and upward; maidens: telling; a tiio auuej; one mile: Prospect, ui Ann l'llly.. mi F.utcrpe. lot 'llckl tti'k. lui Chopin. m, Sictind Hoc Two-yearH)d: handicap; s:u autieu: utr auu a unit iikioiirs; lunch lloul lis t'nclc Mun r.'J Iturakan. Id.1 Florin II? Valkyrie 12(1 Corn Hrooin, I l.i lir.Mmuel. WD.ttrncllia lOl liraiJIej s Choice Ui Armanicni ins 101 no 101 102 ins 1U1 113 US iwimrr I'ndaunled.. Stake and Cap Surprising liolurn Chlnios. Fllltrrgokl Italph. Cosuarlna. AImi rltglhlo: I'rrMou Lj nn Contrary nilitialiixy I03i. Northerner 7 lui lus upuaid; I on in; llll hi ins ion lutl ItW narry i iMPan-Atnerlran. Third Haee--Tlirei'-rftr-,ililH mid I'm added; selling: six furlongs. Moncrlef. 112'llaniinnn Pass.. UVMliidlnctte. 10.1 Miner Voon, uHiVlaiiriatl.i 101 M ater M dies. 107 Incldon , Wll'atilcliS. I0i I'rniirt'.'dtc, Drool, held.. Utile Hugh 'Caut.nilolt Trlfler Inferno lJuarn.. Lurln.. Itoyal Message warame IIJ nrowoc l'ourlh Hace-Three-i ear-olds an.i upward; hanrtlcup; iuo oildeil; one mile and an cigiiui: Jawbone wtlSiarbotlle. Alrey . Princess Callaway Impression.. AImi ellgibl:: Col. Holloway, IMi.startiHr IHMtrclliloi.. HIS) Uldlaructnl.. , in 113 iiussin Fifth Hace Three-k ear-olds and Howard: selling; I4flu added; one mile and five fiirlungs: Iiartworlh, lOI'SiardlliHii.. lot War Hum. , llti'luspcctor l.cslrsilc . urt ralon . . ill' Sixth Hace -INio-yrar-olds; maidens; JKD added; six furlong: MarciiLouri ins iiccoy Iridescence fireat Surprise. Ilarlletl Itoaa. 105 KIMalidl. lS;t"l ttlixl. 1041 Valkyrie mi Contrary... Ha'penny Xenny... 1JI Itrllly. . lot pprenUce allowance uf tlie pound, claimed. TO-DAY'S EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES. First Hace- For galloways: four furlongs: Jack Cade.. HfiUolley lilbson .. IV) Lord tolghlon. l47ICulvert ., 172 Second tloco For two-year-olds: five furlongs Castera... MHaiictiiiiry.. lo.l Kedron... tnelCaptaln burns ,. no Third Hare For harks and hunters; one and one-quarter miles: Kingship.. I WlSh. rt Order , . 117 Arkilo. , 111 (Joldcn. , 1(7 Absconder ISJ reurlk Hare -For three-year-olds and up- Sir iistUiew, I.'Aislon... wara; sis luriutuss: i:i;tlgrniali . 133 123 114 Knight of Cnt as WW11: . 1 Muskinciiou.. U1! rHth lulFor'thr:vrar:olda and unw.rdt nve and one-hall furlongs: Race King 113 113 113 Ilm Cafferv rormer ... Sir lilies .. Convolvolus Uuskmelon... ('apt. Mallock., Iloulile Y... 110; Uohllliv Ito.Travrl Ughl. Ixird tlghton. 112 r; tetania, JftXliSt'ttf m""'' Judt"-r' '"' NOT ONE GALIFORNIAN REMAINS IN TOURNEY ' Straehaii, Handy mid Griffin Follow Fate of Johnston at Southampton. HEADY F0K SEMI-FINALS Touchnrd, Clothier, Ditbncy and Hehr Still in Flht, for Meadow Club Cup. Southampton, L. 1 Aug. 14. As n re sult of play hero to-day In the men's sin gles for the Meadow Club isip on the turf couits of the Meadow Club there remains not a single survivor of the I'acltla coast band of stars to compete In the last rounds of the tournament. Tho semi final brackets havii been tlllod and hold the mimes of Karl II. Bohr. Gustavo K. I Tout-hard, both of New York : A. S. Dab- ney of Hostoii and William J. Clothier of Philadelphia. When the mulches were rcsuraea tnis moinlng .John S. Strachun, Thomas c. Hundv and Clarence .1. Orlflln were left to uphold the mime that California lus made for Itself as a producer or expert racquet wlcldeis. The summaries; Meadow Club Cup- Men's singles); fourth round J, S StruchKii. California, defeated Thomas C. Hund), L'nllfornla. ci, . ; S. Dabii'i, noetnn, ileieatcd c, u, urinin. I'allfnrnln. 0. 03. Filth Round Ksrl 11. iisnr. lors. lefsaled .1. S. Strarhan, California. 4. S--4: lluslave F Touchnrd, New Vork, de. feated Frederick (. lnnmn. New Yortt, C- r. 0 --3. A. S. Iiabney, lleslon, neleaten Howard A Plummet New York, 1 , 3, "13. Meadow Club. Men's Doubles xeennn round--Vatson M. Washburn and Wullate F Johnson won from .M iiyde and r . uyue. hv ilefiiult J S, Straehnn and T. G. (irlffln ilefrst, d Frunk M. Wutruus and Stanley Walnwrlght. C- -I. 3 Thlnl Hound -Watson M WaaMiurn and Wullsce K Johnson .Wealed H. Ilaticock and F. Trevoi. " I, ti- 1; William A. Lamed and Wllllnni .1 I'lolhler defentad S. Miller and 1). Klmhall. bv default. F, Watson. Ir.. and tliisinp F Tnochard defeated F. T. Frellnghusen antl Krlc Winston, '.', I. A. S. Dabney and licorne M. Church defeated Hr llwlng Taylor and V. W. 1'aitl, 3. I lllehanl Hurt una ti. ColKet Caner defsate.l ti. It. Payne and A. Temnle. s 1. a; William A Larned and William .1! Clothier defeated I". V. Watson. Jr.. and lluslave F Touchard. ti I. 4. 4 3; Thomas fttindy and llllain M. Johnston defeated Richard Hurt" anil (J. Colket Cunar, 44. 4 4. Mixed Double s --First round Mtss Whltrssy and Stanley Walnwrlght defeated Miss still man find S. (tuernsey by default; Miss Louise Trevor and (leorge M. i'hurch defeased Mrs. Is ilrand (Iriswold nntt Wallac F. Jtdinson. t - fi, 9 7, 7--S, Miss Houv..r and tl. Kennedy won from MIsn White and A. M Kidder bv default. Mr. anil Mis. Robert l.e Hoy defeated Mls Thayer and J. il. K. Lawrence, f, I t; j. Migg Oirroll and A. S. Halinev won from Mrs. J, Davis unit partner by default. Second Round- Mrs. Louis Oouverneur Morris and Wuison M Washburn deffvitad Mrs. tluodhue Livingston and It. Geary. t 1. 13 Mrs. I:. H.irues and II. Mr- Unlock defeated Hardness de Laropp and W. McCorntlck. 3, -1 Mrs. II. Nichols and William A. Larned defeated Mr und Mrs. Louis du Pont Irving, 7 3. 4. WINS GAME UPHILL STRUGGLE I.. A. Hamilton Taks-a llll Hole Final I Urettnn Woods. BngTTON Woops. N. II., Aug. 14. I.. A. Hamilton. FJnglewood, pulled out a thirty-six hole match from J. W. lille. Itoynl Montreal, by I up In the Hrettou Woo' Is golf Illicit to-day. Hamilton was I down In the morning at the ninth bole, hut canwt In well ami should have Miuaretl the match on the last green. Yulli I. ild his opponent wven stymies during the day and scored SI and 79 for his round, while Hamilton waa $2 ami , i This Is the tenth time Hamilton has won the title here 111 the last twelve ears. A. A. Wilson. Montreal, by de feating T.. .1. Moraii, Mitncomet, 4 und S in thirty-six boles, won the second cup, and J. H Thomas, Knglewood. won the third over W. II, Kelt. Tedesco. by i and o. K. II. Hrim. Haltusrol, was tin winner of the downs anil outs cup, A. P. Palmer. Kox Hills; P. It. Sk-n. St. An drews. Scotland, mill !'. V. Woodman. New Voik, were the respective winners of the thito consolation tllghts. ANOTHER CROWN FOR KRAMER. Ulna National Quurler Mile Title With (ionllet iecoilll. Ncwakk, Ausr. II. Cyclo champions had an Inning to-night at thu Newark VclodKinic. Punk I.. Kramer, the pro fessional title holder, captured tho quarter mile national championship, with Alfred Ooullet second, doe Fogler third and Paddy llehlr fourth. The victory gave Kramer a total of 4!l points In the cham pionship table, while lloullet forged Into second place with 3 points, pushing ahead of Jackie Clarke, who was thut nut 111 the geml-lln.il he.it. The riders from the Motordrome rode their tlrst races at the Velodrome since tiio amalgamation of tlie two tracks, but none of them got through to the ilnul of tha championship. Punald MacDougall, the .itnnteiir cham pion. establUhed a new winld's recoid us his part of the night's doings. He rodo one-third of a mile from scratch 111 tho handicap in 37 1-5 seconds, which is one llflli of a second under his old record, made on Decoration Day. RIDE 75 mIlESUNDER HOUR. . Vies and lluvls Capture l.onu Team Hace In Pa at Time, Henri St. Yves anil Charley Davis, rid Iiik In the gieeti colors, c.iptuied the sev en ty-rtvti mile team raco last night at tin Hrtghtnn Motordrome, crlabllslilng a iit-w track record for tho dlstnnce of SS minutes .10 seconds. Tho I'happlc-St. Yves team held the rorntcp traok recoid of I hour 1 inlliuto and 11 seconds. John Con and Paul llhli" finished second, with Mike Costello and tleorge Merclei, thlrl. C.cnrge Sperl substituted for Arthur Chappie and teamed up with Andre (Imp pci on. (irappeion, after gaining a half lap on the Held, diopped tmt with a balky motor. Sperl took up the running, but lost hlH left handle bar and rodo fur two miles hefoi'o he was relieved, Paul Ohm substituted for Hert Hayer III the three mile piofcislonal race, In cidentally taking Hi st prize from Chester llngan und (Icorge Sperl. who were tied for second place. The two mile Invitation raco was won by Paul Lambert of Cleve land. Ray Fischer was second und Charles tllbsou third. DURAS IN SECOND PLACE. Ileitis HIiicU 11 ml Knrna 11 rave With Msrder Kupchlk Uenlen. Hy nddlng .one am) a half points to his score In the musters' tournament of the Rico Chess Club yestorday O. S. Duras of Prague moved Into second place, which, It Is generally believed, he will retain uutfl the end. The lloliiimlan champion disposed of two adjourned games, the first with It. T. Illack, in which he Held a ills tlnct advantage. This one he scored aftei i "-! wo moves. Then he wound up the .game witn A. Jlnrner. It resulted In a 113 draw, Durns's I'ouialiitiig games are with jj" Phillips and Toneiiwui'zcl, jjij I An Important victory also was achieved Hi) by O. Chajus ut the expense of A. Kup- llll ,,1,11 ..'ItL-h t.1,1 CiiNS., u.,l.ln I...II jlni distance of the runners upi INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE, Yesterday's Itesnlts. Toronto, Pi Jersey City, 4 Hirst game), Toronto, 1; Jersey City, 8 (second game). Newark, t; Itocheater, 0 (first giimsl. Newiirk, 3: Hochester. 2 (second game). Montreal, 2: Hultlinore, 0 (tlrst Kml, llaltlmore, S; Montreal, 3 (second khihp). taadlas; f (a Class. W. I.. PC. Nenark. in 38 .Ml Itochester ,( w llnltlinore ri .',) ,6on Uuitalo. i...V i ,UH W. 1.. PC. Montreal... .VI nt .41.', Toronto.. M M .401 ProvidrnrcM (VI .4.M Jersey City.. li 70 ,3V1 Tti-tlny's Sclicdnlc. Rochester In Jersey ?lty, Toronto In Newark. Buffalo In llaltlmore. Montreal in Providence. PITCHES BOThTlOSES BOTH. Jack n I ii n Tolls All nay tor Roches ter and Fnle In Lnklnrt. Newark, Aug. 14. Hy taking both games of to-day's double header from Hochester tho Indians went to a. twelve, und a. half game load In the lnterniitloii.il leauo race, .lack tjulnii pitched the en tire two games and deserved a better fate. Wonderful Melding by the Indians In the Pinches and good pitching In tkht places by Altchlson and Holmei were thu chief factors. Tho scores; FIRST OA.MK. NEWARK. I HOCHF.STKIl. alt r h p a el at r h p a e rollins.rt. n 1 2 u n iiM'MTn,3li 300010 Tooley.ss, .10021 o.Munlu.ss. 4 0 0 2 31 W'Z'n.lf. t it 0 2 n 11 smith If .301 2 it 11 SwaCa.lb I 0 1 17 I 2 Orecn.... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Myers.rf. 4 0 12 10 S'mnns,:li 4 0 0 0 4 0 n . n,,i,, n v J . rt HOI IH,1II .1 O U J. V II 'leti.ih.. 3 o 0 0 r iiZlmi,ef.... 3 t o n ii o Hlnslns.i; 2 a I 3 u ! Priest, rf .snnoii l A'fson.n 2 o 0 u 4 LWUms.e.. 3 u : 7 n h TT tV"."f."' -- ' 0 " 9 0 " . i. 11.311. 3 0 1 1 2 0 S'hm'dt.lli 3 11 0 13 11 0 luiais . i nt i, 3;.iacKrrn,o n n 1 0 n I vuiiin.l.. .1 o i o ti ii J. Tolals. S 0 4 31 14 2 llatler for Smith In the ninth inninir. titan for Williams In the eliihth uininr. Newark, 1 0 n 0 n 0 n o - 1 Rochester ti o o n u o 0 0 0 0 Sacrltlie hits Tnoley, Collins, Schmidt. Two base lilts Swacina. K. Zimniermuii. Base on balls- Off Altchlson. 2: off omiiii. 2. SI nick out-lly Altchlson. 1: by Uiiinn. 7. Doubls play -Myers and Toolcy; Swaclni and E. Zlm. nn. First b.isn on crrors-Nwnrk7 l; merman Rochester. 1 Irlt on hiwt- Xrairh. Rochester. t'miiires- .Mullen and Kelly, lime One hour and lhirly.v minutes. SECOND tiA.MK. HOCIIHSTKR. ! NKWAHK. u.s... .ub r 11 a e ;,b r h p a e M'MI'n.Jb 4 0JI1 I Cr.llltis.rf. 4 1 2 l o Mnrlln . n j o Tonlev.ee. :i l - 3 1 1 Smlth.H.. r. 0 0 0 ii OtWZr'nJf. 400201 niiii tis.;o 1 j u :t i.swao a.lb. 3 " 2 4 3 0 S mlclt.lb. 2 I 0 17 0 O.Myere.ef .. 3 0 0 4 0 ... v 1 1 u " K r ii.sb. 300 f-rirst.ri u a 11 0 IM.etZ.Sb. Jackl'ch.c 4 o 2 ( ; n HlEsins. (Jiilnn.p.. 3 0 n o 3 oHulmcs. " I 2 ?. 5 i ns.c. 3 0 li 2 : i ?s.P. .112: u. " " -.uiiroj.. l o u u 0 0 Total,. 2l.:,s ' T',,alS1, :':7,: 3 Hatted for Quinn In the ninth Inning. Rochester 01OOOO01 0 Newark. . . 0 0 0 1 0 - 0 0 ?. Stolen bas -Collins. Tieiley. 2; Priest. Two base hlU Simmons. First base on balla-Off Holmes. 3; off (Juinn, 1 struck out-Uy Holmes, 1 , bv gtiinti. s. Klrst b.0 on crrors--Newark. 2 Hochester. 3. Ift nn haws-New. ark. I: Hochester. It Cmpir.s- Ktlly and Mul len. Time -1 hour and to minutes PICK MAKESSEvi:N HITS. Ill Mnutatlck llclpa Torcmtit Take Two t.ame Prom Skeetrrs. Toronto won both cutis if vestc vday'.s double h.-atler at Wot Side Park, defeat ing Jersey City by ! to I and a In . Hani batting earned the success. Pick's hitting was the featute. llu tacked up soven safeties as his day's work at b.ii. The scores : FIRST GAME TORONTO. JERSEY CITY. M'C'n'l.Ih " r ii ! ei at, r h p a e s uioiiitw ,CI,. . O 0 0 1 II ira,ii s j : s o V Ksehcll.rf. r. 0 1 0 Sehiiltx.cf S 1 2 I I O KCs.Mer.rb 3 0 0 3 nroy.ri... 31220 oivnvlf 3 2 t i .1 0 !!ck..s t 0 2 t; 0 Purtrll ss 1 .1 1 1 -; 1 .;. ,, .'.. . ' 1 " "Ues.Jtl . 3 . 1 1 JJ Hryjb 4 2 3 11 (tfalh uti.lb l o t I. c.r.ihum.u 2 0 r, 1 r Wells ,. 4 0 1 1 Kent p (110 1 o'Dovel. r.n I 11 11 ,) 3 - 1 I c. .- ".. ,-' - .. A'oakley.p. I 0 n 1 t Totals 37 : 15 27 1. 01 , Totals. 3i I . .'J 14 . Toronto 3 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 r, '"') s-llj . . 11 .' 0 0 1) . 0 0 0 Twu base hn Calhoun, MiCoiniell Kro Three base hit - pern s.i.tIMiv luts-tirjliani. ,i,ir.s. ihk r.M ncn. Lelt oil ba.es-loroiilo. I. Jrr.,y Cm. : l)uhl. Piays I'urteii and Cdhouii. M.Cotinell. Pol; and 11 ilradle) Fir-l baw. mi bji. oo Dovseher. I; orf Kent, t Strti k o.it Ily Kent 2 llitts Off lw.t her. 1;, in to mid tiw thirtl Iimints t'mrircs. 11,-ivps and C.iris-nitr Tniw I hour and SO nunuies SECOND IJAME TORONTO I JEIOEV CITV ub r li ti a", ab r h p a - t'lMutw.of 4 .t n 1 M'Cn'l .b 1113 O'llara If I 0 0 0 Nort'n el I 1 11 0 Kroy rf 12. i Pie's. ss 3 2 .1 . II H ey lb I 1 1. W.ll ry :ih .,!.: Hraham.c 10 14 0 o,Es.lit'ii rf. I I : .1 0 I Well rf . 11 1 1 0 tt " 1 Ko'hler .'ti 1114.. 0 4 " lVriy II... 1 0 .1 1 J Puriell s- .1 H 1 j 1 j I 0 Illes.3b I . . 0 ' .1 n t Callm'n.lb ;. 1 3 u 1 1 ) llluir .. .. t, ., . . ., m-n.p ,1110 tiaw.p. . 0 tl 0 11 1 .iDavis.ii J 1 1 0 i l - - -seiimnj . 1 o 1 11 0 11 1 Totals 3i ? II 27 1 hatted for Davis In he 'ni'nth ninin,-!' '' Toronlo. . . . 0 I 11 1 0 : 0 (1 0- ? jersey vuj tl II 1 First base on errors-Toronto. 1; Jersey City, t Two lias hits Knehler. ha. Hue,, v Ilrsdley. .Three has. hli -Hue. hicrilliv' hi . Kroj. H. Rr.idlrv 12; loroiuo, s. West hi-. .,11 V. . n. ii 11 , . ''T." Pise HI lulls-Off Davis. i.eii on ti.-tses- .,'tH'v ii, v a: on i.usn. on ti.'.w. .1. s,rnu nm , liiel- 1 k ,.,... : .. . ; 1 . u".lf I-' 1 o r s . ni ii.e tlliocaic s I u ,ri ,, ', .w.V "lie l, V. . i Ki . y ',.' ,V , 1 olsald coinilj. I'tldal the Iblll of He,, ml, lii ll-o I !H . 'V."1'.'.'.' '!,lir' ''Iteh D.iv.. (intnu of New Vork, 011 li.c 111I1 di of s,I(.m Hll -Off l. i.h. 1; 111 seven and one thi-i in- her mis. .11 half past ten 11 cluck In the f, ,. umm limns; off Law, 2 111 one and tw.. nurds n of 1I1111 d.i) . Hit n and iht ie 10 attend tin Oillclsl nnua I itiinres Cfcrsnter and liases. Time setilemiiit of the aciiumi of nroi eeitlu.'s of 1 hour mid .V, munlits Stusrl I" itnndolpli. now d.-cctst'd, as m-Ii- MIr .... ... - . . I M".'.r '"-tc inilcr the l.i-l will .uul Icsiamcnt Hlrila ami llojula share- llke. "f II al.elli 1. Mmtli 1 lift, late of llu. i ieiniy f ,,.,..., ... ,, ,, ,,, ,',M.' x"ra. deci ased. and Hie account of pro HALTIMonr, Aug, 14 It.lltiliuire nml tcedinL-s of Hie 1-niMr- 'line liist:r.inte and Montreal divldt'd 11 iKiiible luailei In-day T"'! l oiiipiuy, as huhMltuicd Trusler imiler The Kt.yals took .be tliM - , ,.. ,,. rj 'Mn;::!!,!.!..!" .iilH 'c.'; ,,f ",1 Hlrds turnetl for 11 .1 to 3 win in the niqlit asaruhcti b, el ten 11- an mnler the.ii of twenty' cap. The i-cores : iuie)eaih ,110 tiiilicd in appeir lij mir uiiar- FIRST liAMIl It. II l: -Mnnireal n 0 1 0 0 11 11 1 11 - 7 1 Italtlmnie 11 11 ii ti 0 11 o 0 (1 a 1 HalU'i les Mnlih ami Hiiius, t'ottiell and l.'cau. SliroNI) ti MI.V it 11 it .Montreal 11 1 11 1 1 11 11 0- .III ll.illlinoie 11 1 1 0 0 0 - ; llaiterles Maitern. Carlo, Mason Madden, TatT, Dauforlh and Euan. and irulnln l.enuiie. Hlihmond .'. Norfolk. 0, Petersbutp, 2. New purl News Hounoke, 1;, Portsmouth, AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWNERS AND SKI.I.EKS UK AU. TOUOIHI.KS. COMMERCIAL VEHb CI.F.S. CARAU'ES TtHF.S. ECU1P U IS NTS. ALSO RKI'AIH COtl PANICS. WILL ALWAYS TIND SOMETHlNtJ OK !NTb'HF.5T IN THIS COLUMN MOON 11 ilcninnnriitlnir cars, me rhaiilrd, iiiarantced: eleciilc starlc, electric lights, see Oils rur Also .11 deinoiisiintor nml 2 passinirer Vsrcedes. MOON' MOltllt CAR CO OF .NEW IOIIK.2'17 1csl Vith M, ni-uii ,m: apios h it-it irit'Ku.- Hargalus nneird Mils ucek l-ulu inislels. Iliinaboul. rater, lourlin;, closed, commercial Every inaUc. SI'llltAHF MART 33 U wa, ALTOMOIIII.F. AND MOTOR TRUCK IN SI MI CTION. 811:14 4.111 AiioMtiiiii.i: ACAIIC.VY 3'JN W. 54lh SI Iniiklcl rsplalns llliv our iiiurt-e Is UI.ST, In.l'eci our plant and be ceniliiccit. I tlH 4NKItSiiiiii ni HHi ihcchaiiilcurs, pi I van or ('Hits l.-slrm itoi. In til Inn ami all it s , cniilno principles. Iia-or cvciiIpk i,'ii bnoklci I YirM SIDH , M. C. A.. .-II.N 11. .Mlh SI. MARIGOLD CAPTURES RAGE FROM CHENEY Texas Mnro Brcnks in First Hcnt but Has No Excuse in Second. UPSETS COXTIXl'E TO Itn.E Jtobert Milroy Even Heats Out Favorite, for Place in Fiot h Hounds. DKTItnlT, Aug. 14. Willi tlie free for till pacing class calltd Tf 1111 nctnunt of a lack of starters, tho 2:us trot was tip feature event to-day at the (Jrand t'li ctilt meeting. As h.is been tho rule all the week the f.iMirllo gut 11 heating Tin talent had selected the Texas in.ire Cheeney as n sure winner. She broko III tho tlrst luat. when Tom Murphy won with Marigold, but In the second he.tt she went on a trot all the way and had 110 excuses when Marigold won again. Iloth heats were tl SlUSV.. Itobert Mllrol trotted 11 good rare and was second In both rounds. , . - ---- Tho opening event, for 2 tl 2 pacers, found Cabel, winner of a good raco yoslerda). U strong favorite. He won tho tlrst two bunts, but wits beaten In Hih next three heats, but was beaten In the next three bv ihn Miirnhv nitcoe View Killer. Tho litical trottT Kleanor O won tho first heat of thu 2;IS trot, but In the next three rounds (Irani! Marshall, nUo a local horse, was best, although the Oecrs entry, Frances flrahatn, gave htm ji hard light. Tho summaries : 2 12 class pacing; three in five; purse, ll.Otrt. View Klder, Ii. u , ly Itox Klder, jr. natty view, tiy wuaes view r, y', '"i" '. ". .."'iirVii"" Cahrl, br. h., by Uambctta Wilkes 1 1 1 t Curl 11111 3 4 4 8 3 4 3 3 4 4 B Bdla 7 dia ti dr ll'il S , b. h. 111. Jones) Flax Comity, ch. c. (Stokes!., Klbrtno IleJIe. b. m. (Porter) Tommy rolntrr, b. h (llanalln).... Damltza, b. c. iFranrlrri lHUC-2:0.',i, 2074,, 210714, ZMM 044. 2:1 class trotting-; threo In five; purse, 11,101, (Jrand Miirstml. blk. k, by E. It K.iy -Klytls. by Pritno Iteaent (Snow i... 3 111 Eleanor (... br. m., by Silent Hrook iCollivl ... ... 1 s a s , raixce tirniiara, nr. m. lUcers),,., Johiil b. g (Ashlr)i 3 Moko.on. b. h. (Uoddinli G 4 oroce Flasler, b. f. iHoilncy) 4 d htronj J.inil. b. It (Fr'izicr dis Tlnio-2:wi.. 2:0S. 2:i:w. 2'W. 2M class trnllliic; two in three; purse, H.eoo. Marigold, b. ni.. by Ililhuni-Aitr.es Won- I tier by Mills Wonder iMurphyi 1 1 I Oaktlalc. k k- iMi Donaldi n'ii.n ..lltroi. li 111 IIIIIWI. 3 4 6 3 I r, b (US Chtenv. b. ni 1 1'leniino-i lliiivolo. b h iSiietlckeri . Peter Thuinpsoti, li. it .Strnlli Time-:;0., 2.(11.. Coiurs hy pr i;lf Anlurnll;. Kancklev, Me., Aug. 14.- I'ndei smil ing skies tho annual woman's iliiiii'plon ship of Kungtley Lakes was coiuiuilf d to-day. The Dualists were Miss Aci. l:if. D'elamnter of Hionxvllle. .V. Y. and Miss lia II. K.-nipahall of .Manhattan, Their match was both cnnt.stid anil not until tin last glen was n-aclnd ditl Miss Ddu mabr hint the victory. At no tutu, ili.l either contestiint haw a lead of more tlmn one hole. MIsm Kmpsh:i Is th laughter of i:iiz.r Ki mpshull who was the Inventor of the Ktmpshill koU tin anil sevetnl clubs which bear his 11:11110. INSTItftTION. (.AHHI'N 4ITV, l For llo . ami loiins Hell. ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL For Boys iirli 11 1 i: I I I'upai -.f.r. ill ai.'i - l w'ie . h 11 . ii ro.'j j It AMII.M. IIIN, 1), ( For lint and Yotiits ten, Haliaaal P.ilh.SrsI skl l D. A tltiUtim """ "'" .oiui iui uuj s, ,j ar-es ii in ln'.nln, ii,t. I itpaiailon ft r , ""I i.eii tu sin, I 111 i.iii.t tlr t'.i'tt ll.inior ! " "'nsion I iU, ,.ial I'r,... Ii'imtl lrii.lt . -. 1 "'"'octie I . I.. 4,rekg. lliudm.isttr, Ho I J1I, I SI. Alhan, Hahlnion, It. . M:lt lOHh .New link tit. Law .-ehools, M:W ll)i:l. II I, Si tl. ml 174 I tiltnti M, I lH IIHIII I .inlncis, hm.l. n 1 or 1. 1 11 1 Near einitls and law.it- oll-ees Dim III .Vlell'od of in-iriictlot. iikIiic both Weilti-i. Mill catt-. -iend fui cul'ilutfl.t' ii C.l'OHiil CIIM Dean M HINH, ATI' MlllCt.si. .sxill 11-11. IIT. I 1.1 U.rri! ti Hie People ill the Male ol tw i,,rl;, by the grace of (mil tree mid lialcpi lull lit 10 M tli l T VN l'( HtTl. N 11 1 I K.l II . M lt'l II ,M UIMINt, H ejrcullU of Ihc mil ot John .1. Wlsuliii, ds ceaseil, ami IHAIiDI I S WEI.I.Ub (.(KHHIl'it,!' K'JZT Z -W W, ' ,V i','l,rv""c . . ... .... ... ... ... . . -. ...... ' "". """ 10 o ""'I utiMieii .1TMH.UU 11. 1. 1 anocar I efuru our Si.rr.iu. 1.. f Hi. . , x . .:. .. . ... ...w. cull. 11 imi mix- ujie, nr. 11 uu uao none, 10 ttu- ..., ,,,, ,t.'i, , .,11,- i, ,e ii,iiio 11 ,1. or in Ha CM'liI uf uiil liChlecl ( fnil'ile 11 do su a ISUlildnill lull be appointed b Hie hi. 'incite to iciitetii ,111,1 act fni vim in me piuiteUing IN TI.SIIMON Will lll'lll' wnhawca ssd Ihc seal of He SuiiniratiV four I of H Mid Cuuntv of N," ork In be l.t reutiio atn.M i Wllliess Moll .liillll 1'. I Ithalan. ft S.itr. ir.,tn of t Oir Mid C01111I. at Ihc ( otiiily of N'ew York I . un 1.111 nay 01 jnn, 111 inn Senr u ur Lord .11 ii'i'usauu uinc inniiircii nun in,ilein 1- S , liWII I.. I lilIU ON . I lerk of Hie Mirtnirnle,. ( 1,1 rl. III NI, Jttli.N -in iMilsuali. u f 411 order of Hon Kill., tl l.udl.m I'. wl.r S.il- ink ) 01 tin- i-outny 01 .i 1, Vi, rl. ! Is I;, ni') kiwii to all prrsui.s li.iu,h '.ni: iinst John W. Hunt. I.Uo of tb 1 .Nto. lllk, ibi.ii.ed, to pr, 'sum. iilli vouch. it, ihei.of, to 1 ' si rl'iei f. at tin lr pl'ite .if irans 11 1 '11 t ncss, ut the ottlee of John Nliobiin, It t it -iu I. His , Ml. No 37 Nrt .lt street, llolotuli of Mail liaiivi. . ii i ., ii'in. "a oi lit ! I tih lay of I ' leiiiii.r. t : 1 3 Datid Nets Yn.li ,l itn otlt. Ui3 .It HIS' l: H.WiKls. HOIinitT I.l.'i: l.,,(-,.t. P.. . ir JOHN NICOI.SON. AllorneV fnr Evictlte, Z N.-iss-tu street. noroittcli of Manhattan v ... V-.I. cue tl.' M'HMtlNs, st iMti'M't cot'icr 01 ni' m it oi r YORK. fOCN'TY HI' NI'W Ylll h l , l,l' O PXSCV Plalnlllt. ajnlnsl li(l4l Nb Ml HAlil.l . I'e It lulu 11 1 .SI MMO.NS Id u II, SIRED IN M'U N t IKK 111 TOTHE ahum: nvmmi iiki'I'N'iivvi YOl' ARK 11111114 sl'MMONrll In .illtiHe Hie couipl'iliil 111 Ihls acllon. ami in ser e ip of oiiransei 011 Hie platnllrt aitoini iililun twenty dajs .tftci ihc seivlee of llu. sir w eciuss. of tin day of service, and In mv i f your failure in ippe&r or answci. iiidg'iu ill ai be taken 11 ualusl on I'l ilcl.'iult foi llu It t.cf de. iiuiniled In Ha c 1 i'i (i I I ti t Haled. .Iiine 1 7 1 Is ll( MACDONAI.D A HOSTWICK. I'laltlllllV Allnr- nevs. I'nsi onice ami Olllcc Address, Nu, 1., v llllain stn et. New tork. N Y. I TO DOMI'NICO Milt till. I 'I lit fnieuoiuc sin.iiiions is M-ien upon miu nv niihllcailou liiirMitnl 10 an nidei of lloiiinalils .lol'it (,ot. it .l.i'itci of the supi'Mtio 1 ut of (he .state of New York, tiatt d .lull lllh, WIS, ami nleil Job It-Hi tlii:i. Willi Ibe comnlalnt la tha o!. , Hie of Ihc 1 Icik of I Ik' Coniiiy of Nt w "inrk. at , li.-1 .1111111 1 licit iintisc. in tie iiorniiuii or iian liaiian. t'liy and Count, of New lork. Slab- of New 1or. ivlilch iirlBliial ronipUint as lllcil llieie on June llh, I'.U'I. I'nltil. .bill isih. r.U'1 MHHllNM.l) ItosTWti'K, I'lalntltt s Allot- neys. (Iltlce and P.i-i Oillii Addiess, I', will lam Sliecl, lluion;h of Maubutluu, l.l'v uf .Nrw 1CU.