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Maple Leaf Wins Second Motorboat Race in Record Time Yale Football Men Get Busy THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918. MAPLE LEAF HAKES ' PHENOMENAL SPEED joe Ono Mile at Rate of Over an Honr in Winning Srcond Big Race. FRENCH VICTOR OUT OF IT Dtlpojola II., Winner of First Kurt-. Breaks DOWI Ankle poop Third. gftfttl Cgofe" flenpnlrh tn Tag ftVRi Cow, KiiKinnrl. Sept. II. K Maekay B4ti - inotoi Niat Maple laf IV., which j reament. ih Royal Motor Yacht club in las aeries ot rSCfJ for thr Hrltl.fl Inter, i natlMal Troph)', won ItM 4J4rrpa race to day In very fan time. She went around Mr eourM on Osborne Bay six times In 31 mlnttlca 3-" second., defeating thr rraneii and Amartcan boats easily, in do, tig lhl "r hlada a new record for Ult (I boat. OVOr a course of 11.4 mil.. Inkle '-' ant away in thr led. bat ton Wal M i hauled by llespujols II., v rich led at Ml, and f thr first lap with l ,pi, I,, .if next DMpuJOla II. wis mill . ad When half the distance had been ,-citd. bill at fills point she broke down. M , pic Leaf slipped ahead and at the end ,f '.lie (.lUMh lap tad a. long lead over spujol. I Willi Ankle Deep third and imturbei fouiih. Thla older maintained until the kf.nlth, when Maple leaf. which wa i -e. , d as on yesterday by Sopwlth. the,rltown Kleld Club, for .he reached the bpaklBg through After to-dav there uatoi. was an eay winner, eclipsing I final round In both single and doubles. w) ,WI ,pwllo,m or practice each day DftyOiOli ll.'l llm Of ysstsrday by Ijln the former she triumphed over Mian until college opens. Those who were in minute 5 II-G seconds. ThS times In their Teresa R. Kuner of Trenton In a hard ' the practice to-day were Miller and Mc cirdrr weie : Maple leaf. l minutes 2 fought three set match at 1 6. 3.6 0. I.elsh. centres: Thompson and Anderson. 4 seconds : lespuJols 1. 42 minute 43 ieoonds . Ankle IVep. 42 minutes 63 sec cnit Dlaturbar, 44 minutes S seconds. Despujnls II had to be towed away. fh is hopelessly i-i-ippUd. and a. .he w-a unable tn eontplstS ItM coui-e she will lie iieban id front radnsj Hgiiin. neipujois 1 alOO mat With an accldt nt. An exhau.t tube blew out and n mechanic sustained lev. re cut in the head, hut he muckily tuck 10 his post till the end of the race, whin In Mill ua. MaodlfUJ profusely, but his injury is not a dangerous one. Qreat Britain and Franee having each won a race a third OMltSSt i necessary. Should America win the third race a fourth contest will be required. 4 The time of the Maple Leaf IV. la phenomena! and show that in former racey this Ima baa not tieen driven to h"r highest spce: If the course has been measured accurately the M-inle Leaf TV. Is the fastest motor istat in the world aithnut any douht She did one mile in 1 minute 13.S seconds, which is at the rate of 4S 7S nautical miles, or .' 9' statute miles an hour In the flrt race yeaterday the Maple Leaf made the laat Inn of the trlano-le .1 Ik. r (. 4 f, tltl M.X.Ia.1 mil.. ,. bM. m,.. k.i u .. , a mmI. u..,i .ua I VUI , . i , , I,,', . . , . i "... i . . nil. ,u,u i ot rs-t so.nx at her ) m until the rarr rai no mult i way. Hh then moved lip very fan! mimI nun overhauling the ! 'etpuiolfl rapidly at tht finish If th Tr, hv HtcurHte th M ;it- I ,h f Hltoulil have little trouble In winning tin third lac' i4t-morrow and ttMplllg the trophy In BliUsn water. PROS HANDLE SO FOOTERS. arollna Win. Secoart Itace anal le Tied With .ralln. Four of the New York Yacht Club fifty foot sloops sailed their si coin! race with professional crews yesterday over a doit course of tap mile on the Sound The wind was so light front the westward that the committee In charge deemed It advisable, to make sure of cumplelina; the lentesl before dark. Th Caroling It. owned by IVtnbroke .tones gron, She defeat) J. I'. Morgan' 'Iraylini by 111 minutes 1 second. H. I. Whitney's Hatha 1 a was third and the .hhjiioIs I! bus fourth. The points In ill series now stand as follows: The loquon, I, and the Harbsia. 4 The final l.ice will be sailed tu-duy if possible. The iirantsr) - Elapsed time KM 8 I w ! II I 41 10 I 47, to Finish 1 aeht tori skinner. H.M.S l urnlina II , .1 I Aliderann 4 SJ JO "ruling, Nelson u si llarhtra K K Martin 4 H 10 , i"4U0i II J i, Muir 4 & 50 EASY WIN FOE INC0GNITI. Iloaklnii. and Marshall Only Kect- ie Baiters taalnat Kngllah BowllstK Barely managing to save a single In ' iiiks defeat, the New York team were easily beaten by the Incognltl eleven of Cngland In the International cricket ntstcb, which was resumed yeaterday at Livingston The Englishmen w-on by a intrgln of ten wickets, only having aeven 'uns to make In the second Innings, which thej accompllthad without loas. Tie lo.-al player were In difficulties oefort the luncheon interval, but when ha ti;era Miille and Falcon were super i led l iarel and Mulholland runs came kl) The rate of si-orlng was not llmlnlihad when Tudor was put on to I iWl and the New Yorkers were able to loatd by eleven runs, the total made In the Mist ninngs. Th.- het Lotting of the day was furnished by A. Hosklngs and C. K. Mar shall in partnership for the sixth wicket. Tnr- icore was carried from 34 to 94, both oathm.-n hitting out merrily, until Mar shal' was caught for a contribution of tl. Housings had fifty-one runs to his credit and was not out when the In Sinn closed (or 152. The score: In- ngniti t'lrei Innings. 211, declared for . wieksn second Innings. I for no wlrktt. TO'rt' HS4 N York Klrst Inning. a"'f. Ill, Totsl. Ill, 141; second WABLANS9 WARRIOR BEST Issanried Wire Haired Terrier Unned ,y . if, unit. Beats All. i Kti-.ci E, B,,,t 11. The dng show MM undar the auspices of the 8Ute Kalr ' ammlaalonara cloaed to-day after the ir. lutlrad terrier Wablanda Warrior JihiI aan the Onondaga Hotel cup for the '' ill," iti ll,,. uhA-, Tl,u I, .,11. In. UI,, n . HrbUM the property of Thomas W. ImW- I soi, way reserved for thla cup. Wablanda I "tn.ir ii a recently Imported dog, the Property of Alfred Holland Smith of I nappaqua, N y , and a terrier of treat ,r ; ... . . I im mender OrSRS cup for the heat 'O' li'M. ,rii,i. ,.u,...a ku wi.iii.ii ' - - - - . nt nt Syrtvotisa went to tha Herman Sfi- ii Wnii, i ilnga inn and Krunhiid von owned hy Mlaa Marlon Demaon. Tl, r 1.11,11 awnad by a resident of Hyrai use i.ir,i,.n to the Irish setter Halt Town Ik. Vi. tieni, isnn's (lerman aheepdoRS Slta hl. v (.rul( ,,U(1 ntX pvank ssdytnai cm the Up for the largest JWhwi ol .nines The majority of th winning, ilngs will leave to-night m ih !nog, Muss, show to Im held te-mi rrovv. Go-Between Drops Dead Leading Field DBADIMO, Pa.. Sept. n.-Oo- Bot wpen, which won the Hub tirbMii Handicap in 1806, fell dead while in the lead of a fast string of horse in the one mile nrrning rafKt the Berk Fair thia aft r no n. Thia famotia money getting stallion was one of the heat known race horaea in the country when owned hy WiUiam Shield. For the past two years he was owned by A I W. Kline of thia city. lenka. a colored jockey, had the mount on Oo-Between when he fell. The horae'a neck waa broken. After (he race a charge was made by Go-Between' jockey that his mount waa deliberately fouled by another rider. J MISS WAGNER FIGHTS WAY TO TWO FINALS National Title Holder Finds Worthy Opponents in New Jersey Championship. MoaaisTowv, N. .T . Rept. 11 Mis Marie Wagner, national indoor title holder. had an edge on the honor of to-day'ai'he whole squad, passing the hall for the lay In the New Jersey State- champion-1 hlp lawn tenuis tournament at the Mor-1 Miss K user's play waa atrong and quarterback : Hammer. Markle. Aina ateady In the nrt two Bet., and she wortn "f"1 Beckert. halfback . Cornell forced the Hamilton Orange girl to fight ' """. halfbacks, for every point. The gruelling pace waa too much, however, for Mi Kuser and -he wa too tired to offer much re sistance In the third. j In the double Ml. Wagner wa Bark Moore nf V. Y, I', tn Be taked teamed up with Mlsa Clare Cased!. The ! Take J..h Scholastic No.ee. team net with stsmiK opposition from Mrs Marshall Mclean and Miss Kdna I I'oach Wilson s departure from Stuy Wlldev. The former Dalr took strala-ht vesant High School has left the school set, nut only oy ine narrowest margin, at ;ri. 6 4. i combined ellort or Messis. I orne-tt and Mrs. Marshall MetiSSn will meet Mlaa Meyer to engage one prove fruitful Stuy Wagner for the singles title to-morruw. vesant's outlook may lie said to le doubt Mr M.-Lean moved up at the expense ful. Buck Moore, star halfback of N Y. of Mis Kdlth Condlt. winning In straight V. two years ago. will Ik- asked to take net at I, fi t. In the double final charge at Stuyvesant Beginning to Mr. W. H Pouch and Mlaa Alberta morrow practice will be held at MHiihat Weber will cros racquet with Mlsa Ca- ' tan Kleld two days a week, the remalnlns sell and Mlaa Wagner The former pair climbed over Mra. Frederick Schmltc and Mlaa M. Kahle at (4. 3. The sum maries : New- Jersey State Championship Men's Miisles -rourtli round Hugn Nehrlng dr Day Jd. 61. I tl Pr. Vllllam Hosenhniim defeated Soeneer Miller. Jr.. ( 4, i. It. II. Falinrr defeated t'. W Cairns. a--2. 4 I. Fifth Bound Dr. William Rosrnbautn de feaisd Hugh Nehrlng. I i, I It Alrlck H Mail. Jr. utreaieo r. sx, i-simer. v I'unnlnghsm defeated It. ft 4; W. 1 Kelaey. s I. 4. New Jersey State Chsmplnnshlp Women's Singles Seml-flaal round - Miss Marls Wagner defeated Miss Tereaa R. Kuaer. J - T. -J. S 0. Mrs Marshall McLean de (anted Miaa Bdlth Oondll l 11 Championship Women's Doubles --Semi-Anal round Mra. W. II. I'nii, h and Miss Mbrrta Web! defeated Mrs Kredeil.k RehmltS ami Mlsa M. Kshk) 4-4 tl Mlaa i lare Casaell and Miss Marie Waaner defeated Mrs. Marshall Mi. Lean and Miss Bdna Wlldsy, T t, 14. (haniplenshlp Mens Doubles--Second round- Spencer Miller. Jr and I!. W, Sea bunt defeated F H Davla and J. H. M lan 40, 4 -. lieorse H. lir.ieaheek and Allan II. Behr defeated Lludalav Dunham and Harold Throckmorton. -' 6. 7 5. i--4; Calhoun Cragln and Klebard II Palmer defeated M. Hyde and F Hde. --4 4. ; r, J. If. Randolph and li H. Lathrope War from L. I.lndley and partner by default C M. Bull and Dr William Moseli haiim defeated Otto H Hlnrke and Frank D. Klode. , .i i ; R. I Th M KniinO r. A. Slllft eoo Van orden defeated Leal I i'ooper aad o. B. InUUli Jr- 4- ASl cl. -i-- 1 tavana and u. i . mmwM ' TllT. i Char lea M. BuS. Jr.. and Dr William Roaen- ' u M Haraor anrt j, n u hi. a l. -0: T M umy aim vniiivn Pitney defeated W. Cunnlneham and U. I. t 'iihtilniliMiii. 7 5. 4 . a Chamalonsntp Mixed pwnbles first round ! Mlva Jane Rowann and J. U Urtf fa Oa- 'r1 it ft ttfldS aTnH,1KB"Sk,H,..us I ffmed Ml km K. Dean ana T. aMa ; iefeiited Mlaa U BUhardaon anrt n, nuia. i 1 6s. n. Hdiiund Round Ml" M. Fote ami 1. Si. t.' a 'a -: Mis. Eilllll l.-onUlt defeatea Mra. r rv 1 np ir?". anil Dr William Rornibmim won from Miss Tere.. Kuser and Fred Kuser. t.y default. MISS I" SheHlon and V. B. Hsgue d.f.ate.l Miss Wat.on and r Gilbert. J I. J l! Mr. W H I'oucli and W. D. Cuiinlnaham .'leteated Mis. S Henry and T. T loose. 60. ii '-'. Miss H. usrdln.r and H. H. Knight defeated Ml.. M Elklns and T. I OorSin. I default; Mr.. J. A. II. Hopkln. and Spencer Miller. Jr.. defeated MIm Mar Jorl. Pler.un and H. Plersen. I. 4 -4. i3; Ml.. Alberta W.ber and J. Weber defeated Ml.. H. Kahl and H. Henrlnue. ' Third Hound Miss F. Sheldon and K. B. Haiue defeated Mrs W. H. Pouch and W. D. Cunningham. 4. 75. Women', t'on.olatlon Single.. Handler, Third round Miss Oertrud. Delia Torre, minus 1-6. def.atsd Mlsa Grace Bastlne. r.Uh. 43. 4; Ml.. A. M. Doyle, plus 1-6. defeated Mr.. D. 0, Mills, mlnu. 1-4. fttBrtaBl Round Miss A. M. Doyle, plus 1-4. defeated Mis. Gardiner, mlnu. 2-4, 49, I 3. Men'. Con.elatton Single Second round H. C, Tremalne won-, by default; J, W. Hiker won from L. S. Freeman, by default; Lealle cooper defeated C. W, Noye.. I. 4. F H. Davl. won from T T. Cooke, by default; f. II. Randolph won from O. Hol llter. by default. O B. Smith, Jf . defeated Fred Ku.er, 4 , 41. 12 SQUADRON A FOUR WINS. Drfeata Sandpipers la Secoad fiaaaa far Squadron A Caps. The Hquadron A polo quartet defeated the Point Judith Handpipers In the sec ond same for the Squadron A cupa by a score of I goals to S on the public field at Van Cortlandt Park yeaterday. The lineup : SQUADRON A POINT JUDITH SAND I PIPERS Mo l-H. R. Holt.... I No l-J. I DstI..... 1 No :-T. Strong liNo 8-W StraJght . . I Ma. t-L. i. Hunt.... I'No. 3-a. K. Ostin... I Bsck W II Boulton IjBack-J. Grave I Tiai 4 Total 4 ,:n.l. .rn, .,uadran A L. J. Hunt, il W It Boulton. It T. Strong. 1: II. E Holt. II total, i s Por Point Judith Sandpiper. - J. K. Uavia. s: B K Oatina. ll J. Orate, I: total. 4 No handicap: no penalties. Time -Eiihl lie rtods Of 7V minute, each Kelrree William H. Hasard. Jersey It I Re Shoot Realm. Hba UlST. N. J , Bept. 11 With Ihe competition for th Columbia trophy open onlv to realmentul teams of this State the twenty-third annual tournament of the N,w jarSey Htata Rifle Asaorlatlon . . . M L . , Ll I nDnea nere tn-uay i ne nnuuu i-a- ment of Ti-anton won tha match, with a acor of 121 on the three ranges, a lead of flve points over the Third Regiment Nn learn from ine rirst Regiment competed to-day. Carl Harris Arrives To-dar. Carl Morrla, tha Oklahoma Qlant. will arrive here this morning prepared to j make matches with any white heavy weight Me will he under tha manage- j mant of William Newman, th v eteran I trainer. j YALE'S FIRST DRILL FILLED WITH GINGER Howard Jones Puts Squad of Twenty-five Through Their Paces. THREE VETERANS PRESENT Markle. Cornell and Cf.pt. Keteham. Who Works With Bucks. I Naw Haven. Conn . Sept. I). Howard I H. Jones, head cnacli of the Yair foot ! ball team for 101.1. arrived In town to-day ( and started the opening practice nt Yale Field. The only coach .agisting him I was Carl Uallauer. who played end and tackle laat year, I'apt. Katrham alao waa present and worked with the backs. There were twenty-five at the Meld, and the cool weather made It an Ideal day to start. The only veteran "T " men here be sides ('apt. Keteham were Marklr and Cornell, both back Meld player, hut the others will arrive to-morrow. The other backs are at Newport, at Dr Bull's farm. I'umpelb. Wilson. Mitchell and Castles have been there for a couple of weeka. and Markle wa there until to-day. Ket eham. Warren. Talbot. tluerne and half a dogen othera have been at Nantucket. The work to-day was full of ginger and consisted of falling- on the hall fur n' K ",mf sn-sina " "'" "T""" ,n" " i'i" STUYVESANT HAS NO COACH. tfiwni luvtuwn iwwnwi rsna umew invi0 three days going to l"e Witt Clinton Coaches 8uskind and n'Nell had the Commerce men out yesterday for a light practice, on the campus The team at present 1 without a captain, due to Blod gt'l departure to Ihe Naval Academy Elections will be held shortly. The arrival at !e Witt Clinton of Swift, a former tackle of the Toledo, Ohio, eleven, and Heai in of Manhattan Prep was learned yesterday. THREE TIGERS KICK WELL. Mtrrttti Mrnlrr nnrl Oil Ml G-t Off (inod llluh plrnU. PfilVf'KTON. Srpt 11 -UuditiKritM rv f.ot ball wu ''Mill'-1 1 1 1 to-day. tha tun limine put throuft. ft l tet ptayi f? about nn hour. af'.'i which Iht tin mn oare drlllod by Coach BlMthantaU whll th ends .tnii backttold men wt tr tetii adown mo field under punti by Coach Andrews, Morrlttt Hoynlfftr iind 'ill' did the kick Int. ail three trettlns of! hlih iplraU. allow tn the fiid.1- w fat down in plenty ot tlm lo cover t'apt. Haker, Kmninn? and j. s. Baki r. who were recelvlnd th- kicks. It will be a hard fWM for the harkflcld pueitliin-i thin year, as there are a num- her of men who appear well matched fai,t. Hakei will lit- one half, with Ullrk or Stew Baker probably at tho other half The ftht for the follhark noaltloa oraba hly will be decided between Men itt. COftoll M ! nnit. and r. Tranaman, whn played at that position in several r last aeaeon'l aetHea The quaiterback pu- BtUoti probably BJolatld and 1 St.-w HaKer. l wlll rOflt between .Mike Thornton Krnmons unteat S unker. who nlaved thia roaltlon lam year, ik rn.iiiim iu-rwT nisimu 4.1 tmwm shifted 10 halfhark. Cornell Players laellalble. Ithaca. N V.. Sept. 11. Coach Bfiarpt Dloked a Cornel team thia afternoon, the sup . weouotion. nraaaei ho i.iiti iii,ii, . . Tl . . . . ..'and Moncrif also ran asoona nay i priwuov, avnu i-ui mr mrn throuah a lively alRnul drill. He was I guided to a great extent in aslsotlRji the men by the knowledge that they were tn . " . , . . . I Ei.o.1 university etiindliiR ami he could I ciiuiit nn them. The asms thing is not I true Of some more pmml.ln material' If the reports that come ., .Sharpe m OOrreot, Cast. Htinm and Tab.-i were the, only two of laat year's team in the line-, up Williams Prartlre Pustpnnrd. Wii.i.iasistown. Mas., Sept. II Open ing practice of the Williams football team ha been postponed until tn-morrow after noon nwlmr to inability of Coach Fred Italy and Capt. Vlnal to reach town. Cordon and W.ltss Triumph. We.T Orange. N. I.. Sept. 11 In tllf nnal round of the four hall f.nirsome cm- Huln H,,. Two year-olj., flve fnrt.m. -petition started last Saturday at the Kasex Undaunted, 10: iHyrnri. I to I straight. County Country Club Kenneth B. (iordiin won: Uncle Mun. Ui IMuagrars), . to S and uscar M. Weston defeated C. A. Mer- , .gUkV rill and 0, W. Tlmhrook to-day hy 2 up i Mlirk . - ,,,,, 0ol,U., Aahc.n. chiiio and 1 to play. ami I'nma aim ran. ARTMENT SEEKERS Send for a free copy of The Evening Post APARTMENT HOUSE GUIDE Civing tha boat selection of Apartment House Vacanciee The Guide contain! complete description, floor plans, photographs, rents, etc., also a classified list covering the East and West Sides. Alto liil rW aafat spv srW samtr. gatnafn ta. asuwi Send for a free copy to Ofer ietatnmg Raal Estate Day. Vatay StrtMt, N. Tark Blodgett Stirs Up Things at Annopolis ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Sopt.' 11. Blodtt, a New York city lad, who is hailed as a remarkablr athlete, will join the Naval Academy football squad next Monday. Blod gett weight 200 pounds, is ft feet 2 inches in height, and has a fine reputation in a number of branches of athletitw. He played on the eleven of the High School of Com merre. and twice has been halfback on the New York all-scholastic team. Rlodgett has pitched in twelve game this summer for fhe fourth class nine, winning ten of them. He has also broken iho Naval Academy record with the discus and the fourth claas record with the ahot . LEXINGTON MEET OPENS Second knlces Wis Kmr of Ml Races on Initial t ard. I.rt!oTot, Ky.. Sept. 11. Second choices scored In four of the .ix race when fall racing In Kentucky was ushered In here to-day Rain fell during the after noon, making the track heavy. It was the fourth straight season that fall racing ha begun here over a slow track. The sum maries: , Klr.i Rata IH furlongs Iron Ms.k 11 : IKadarlel, won. mr Jasmine lot ( Mar tint, second j Unwell. IIS lOfaeil. third. Time. I 13 Irish ilentleman sad iojar Itar also ran Two iteltar mutuei pan Iron M.-k straight 1210. Star Ja.mlne. piai-e. is in Ooa Bit, show, Is.Sf, J, i-onil Raot Kle anrt a half fiirlnng. -OraCllla, I0S I Martini. WOO; ItrailleVa I 'hell e. 110 ll.nftusl. serond . Anvtlm, 10S IKeaerla), third Time. 1 07 4-i RdHh W. " a ls. ran Tito dollar mil-uel lira, -Ilia mralshl S H 1.0 II i l - . Cbol place, B3.-S9; Anytime. i,ui to nlio Third tta.i 'ix furtoasa-HCash on ie- llverv, 1 04 lOrOSal, Won; H i Private. 114 (Ooesal, saeoad; Mini C :o. tBustonl, tliird. Time. 1:14 4-t. Hrttle Sue. Klag Chymplan Crlacoi 11 an-i Merries alao ran Two dollar mtilaela puM -h on Delivery, straltnt, io:o Hign Private, place. . Msrl -. show 15.70 Ponr:h Rare One mile Flabtiergart. 10s iTurner'. won Princess Callaway, 104 (Kederlst, second : i-i-eam, im tlacCalja) and llsrrv Lauder alao ran. Two dollar iiiiuu,.. paid: Klalibergjil .rulglu 14.41: Prlncesa Callaway, pla. e. 14 Cream, h.... I, 1n r fifth Ran Tiro furlong a--aoneite. IN (Vandaaes). on. Just v . 112 ismaiii. ndi ilrazelle. 10 niooae ihlril Tlma Catott! Res. San Veaa. Stislua, Amt,. Braaas wins. Tavolsr, Naatvfa and I'ti c Mint also ran. Two dollar, nmtuals paid: C'Hxnnette. straight. If.O.HO. Just V. pla, , Ii.ll; Oraxelle. SnOW, 111.11. BlXtll lla, e One mile and 70 v.irds l ar Aelreas 10- i. Martini, won. Wend Dove. 10 ItfaneVerl, ae.ond, Roal Aniber. 10J Mi - Cabei, tliird. Tim-. 1:41 1-5. Oasis Dick, Ml.sle. lmen and Ben C.alore alao ran. Two nonsr mutueta paid: e:.ir Actress straight, II. I I Wood Dove, place II I. Royal Amber. snow, 14. MONTREAL RACING RESULTS. Kirm Ra-e Five and a half furlonea Peiitillena. 10 Ti Inr . ven tmlcht. won. Supreme. Ill iRurnai. tn I for plat . sat nnti . Harb-llt WIII.htiiki. 6 10 1 t.t uhnw. third. Time, :S1 1-1. Good will and B'at He alao ran Set -nd Race One mile Uadeota, Rurnnt. S to S atralcht. won. Ambr1t, 110 Adam 1 . 7 to a for place, necond . ondr. tnea, Ufl (Witt, 1 to f to ahow. third Time I 41. Caper Haute and Hot k Sprlns hIii ran Third Race Sljt f ur!onP- Pa nte reta. M ; Peak even utraiirht. on Sir IIlMlrr. 1 ol 1 1 Taylor) 1 n 16 for pi wee, aeeend . Ca a i. llm inklrvin). en to ahear, third. Time, ' i I-;. shi-r - and MHa Bra.n ...- I ran. fourth Raea Stet plefh5'', SOOUt two miirh- Promoter. n (Doe). t j ftrnight. Laven; Bryndown. no tDuneei la I for l 1 it c, " ond : FrIJole. 130 ( Howard , 7 to lit to ahOW. third. Time. 4:11 Brouneuu. bjrne. Vlsml utul DlHintr fiino ran. Fifth Race --For t WO year olda; nix fur- lonsa- narprletnc, lit fUaktmlreii to r tralffht. won . Kmerulf) Oem. 1 10 . Qould . '.' to 1 fur place aecendi 'Die t'ulier, Iom iStklrviiis even to ihou. third, Time, 1.13. I Hodne. Csar mi hael Mtnda and privet , Petril alno ran .Six i h Race St furlongS' 'am peon. 1 1 1 , l KiithtTiilre). 9 to Mtralcht. won. Tankanl i to (Oray). 1 to J fur nlace. aoeooti: terr 1,1 '"l'rt i. : to 1 t.i sh. Hum p in,,,., i 1.1. ,-nrpnrrn a rons. 41,1a. L.a MiMlr. Msiiilislnisr anil I'unisl'la sin, ran -rnia liars uns mils iiinl giiHrt,, m,i lay. li iTavUin. In lo 5 atralaht. I wop; ins sntta ii iwattsi 7 tn f tor pia,s. setniia ; l.aii nankin, in (Sklrvlal, nut ta ahos". Ililril Ylmt. .' il l-, W'ouil Daf ami eioral lay also ran HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS, FirPt Rare Six furlong- - Proereanlve. 1flS I -I .MfTasvari i. S to 1 atralght. won. v i iii it i 10) i Rorel i. tn S for place, exind. Hlue ThUtle. 10k ( M uacrave I. I ta i l t ahow. third. Time. I:ti Reati- He. ..ml Rare Six furl'inr - Aanler 1ft , Walden , 9 m : itratffhl won. afterglow, let i amhrasf aven fr piar. eseoadj 7lt1k,. 10 1iV,1-H!"- J to, 1 tfE.w third Time. 1.14 . ' 5, tirlif.i l.m . K j t tn T'omm, Thompson Marchawa) m. Horse R Bristle, and Chryaali alao ran. Third Itai e Two year-old., five nd a SSSiSSin in'tt.ui. Tagfatrt), out f..r elaoa, eeeond; Bra.e Cunarder. (teronde. even to ahow, uiiru. t ime, i t -a. rresion Ui nn aim. ran fourth It.re Five ami a half furlonen I. are. 107 iRutwelli. tn 5 Mrala-ht. 0S; yasfhaa, 105 J, HoTacgarl ! l to z for plaeSi aei-ond . Inferim iueen. ln,1 , Nl, klSUS) 8 tn I lo .how. thlr-l Time. 1:01. Ann Till). Sir Denrah. ABbotaford, lirenliia. No.reilna. Amhurat nnii Melville alao ran. Kl ft 4. line. line mil anl seventy yard, i mpre.alon. HI IJ. MeTag(art), 4 ta siralghl. won. Kreil Mulhnllanii. 10. Iftut welli. I to I for alat e. second. Inspector i l.eatraiie. 101 iNealnni. to 10 to ahow. I third. Time. 1:411 a Mycenae. Defv. I MoMIe H., Bonnie Klolae. Mv r'ellow ami KIRKBY LEADS FIELD ON NATIONAL LINKS His 81 Is Stroke Keller Than Topping Darwin, From Enffltind, Han 83. Siu thamiton. N. T.i Kept. 11. Oswald Klrkby. the Knulewood record holder, won the medal In the ipialifvin round of tha annual tournament over the National Oolf Links of America to-day with a score of SI. a atroke better than the effort of Henry J, Topping of Green wich. An International factor was de vclnped In the pernon of Hernard Dar win, a Rrltlsh aolf writer, whose mission In America Is to cover the open cham pionship at Brookllne next week. A Parwtn came up to tha scoreboard he was aked how he had done. "Not very well," he replied. "Tva an M." A lauch went up. for Drwln did not reallfe that he had com to within two stroke, of the leader "Evidently you do not know thla onurae." remarked one of the national members. "Do you know that 8 got the medal last year?" "Well, I'm mighty well pleased." re plied the Ena-ltahman. Then he fell to emintln over the atroke he had missed He was In trouble en the "alps" hole and aa-aln at the elgh teenlh, the latter OOMInl him lx. where as he mlKht have had a par Ave. There were no start Una features of Kirby'a play. He needed six at -the "alps" hole through heina bunkered, but he wa out In 41. Again at the "rape." one of the most diffi cult holes, he got into trouble and needed six. while hi other strokes over par caji lie in oxiunted for in the short game. His card : Out I 4 S R .1 I t, 441 In t S 4 4 fi 3 4 4 -, 4011 Toppinz had an Indifferent start with two fives, but went out tn 42. HI core coming hack was 40. the worst fault being I SI "'e home hole, where he got Into diffi culty and needed six. The youthful Ft. M Lewis of rtldsefleld had a great opportunity to du something besides merely gaining a place near the top, for he went out in 37, the best of any of the players, but fell back hadly return ing, needing 46. Traps. In which the national course abounds, were too much for him. The first lxten : Oswald Klrkby, Knglewooil. 4140. II: 11 J, Topping, llreensltb. 42 40. IJ: Ber I ,,'"r", "r",n- f-P'"" "si. k. m fe! RJdgeneld , 1 1 46. II E. Mortimer rnes. Bnglewoed. Hi James n I Hyde, South Shore. 43 41. 14: Lee W. 1 BWgj'k-""?:'-.. . 7- "."KJ iy' 'na,Wetbrok. 41-44. is:, r Ladd. . "N i JKHniini ua, Natlinal. 4..:. 4; I'ercv K fyns 3d Morrla I'ounty. .(.I. S4. W. W. Hoffman. Shlnnsroik. S 4.. IT Oiarlss B. Mar Donald. National. 44 4, ... Jams. A. Htlll man. Sleepy Hollow. 4S -4.S ... Uiwrgs H. Barnes. Ap.uamla. 42--4S, Hi .T. G. .Tack son. National. 43 il. 84. Mr. Do4i, anal Sands Wla. Nrwroni. Sept. tl, There was a regu lar midsummer gallery nf summer real dents st tin- t'aslno this mnrnlng fnr the final mateh in the mixed dnublea tennis tourney for prises offered hy the raalnu management. These trophies went to Mrs. William E. Dodge and Charles K. .Sands, who won over Miss Dorothy Kane and William P. Burden in stralalrt ts. n 4. 4. It Is probable that the next tennis event will be women doubles. Miller Matt-teed to Baa Falser. Charley Miller, the California heavy weight, waa matched yeaterday to box ten rntinds with Al Taller at the St. Nk-holas Rink next Wednesdsy nlaht. This will he M'.ller's Ar.t appearance Iti ati Eastern rlns. Sl'MMEB KKSOHTS. Bretton Woods Gorgeous Autumn Scenes. The Great Delights ot Out-door life in the Mountains during September and October. GOLF TENNIS CLIMBS SADDLE HORSES. Dancing in the big Ballrooms. THE MOUNT PlEaSMT. spin until Oct THE MONT WttalMTON, If. Mt. Oct 2& White Moantains. B-H. SEW JKKaKY. AUaatte Cttj. HOTEL LORAinE. St Charls Place, ino yds from lloardaalx American and Kuropean plans; sea waicr. baths, riuiiiuiK wiiicr In rooms, elevator, etc. American idan September, 112 to up .rekly: B JO up dally UHiklct. i IIAKI.ICS K, HAUNKH 4.PF.N ALL THK. VKAR. Grand Atlantic Hotel v UEima Ave. near be&i'li. American plan, tl? SB nn werkli-: XI .W uli daflv I'lmiliean ulna li up dally. Capacity Sun; freli anil M-a water In all t-ath.. clevsuir; sua parlor. Ruoklet Auto im-eta irslll" M " LXJOPRR. Spring Lake Beaeb. THE BREAKERS iPRlNQ LA KB BEACH. N. .'. Dlreellf on tlie ocean. n 0PM4 L. n. moss. rKNNHVLVANIAa Munroe ount j. Delaware Water Gap Tan hours from New VmU. see Suaday'i ihMie. Meant Pm-onn, Pa. Mt. PUasant House. FRBE QARAORi SprelAl Fall rules. W, s. A II. s LEECH i Mt I'ocimo. Pa. NK.W II AMPSHIRR. GRANL1DEN HOTEL I .A KM St N AI'KK, H. Hi At i lc (.ftirwav Of Hit 1 whlir 'lunmiaii.K Thr nnly "itleal Ttxir" Hptal Ht I V v SunaiR Open until Or tube I ' 2tHh. tiolf , 'I'etint. ('nm-rtnr- rUhlrit, Satldk lltirwn. etc. I Ftftf i . . i r t r . 1 1 : . hi ttt In ic fifirr net, Iti, W t lic lot I i-iK't'lal raut. after Srpler In r ki find cirt'iiln!. 1 n M. nitoN V.Wl RSIONN Mauoh Chunk ! NCXT SUNDAY. SCPT. 14 LwrWritr.l , Liberty Si. Jtvkson Ave , Jersey City. a vir New Jersey Central HARP COAL 1 WO SaJORSI COtaSORTI I SAMITABIVM. DR. GIVENS SANITARIUM POR NIHVOUI PISRAUS, I located at Stamford. I onn . vi minute, rrunt New York City and SO trains each way dally s ae pa rate coital I provided fnr persnns addict. J lo th iim of drugs and atltiiulanu. 'l.lrpliolir 70 Sia nfnr.l nr vr,l H)l V. SAM I .HUM. Stamford. Caaa. AMATEURS DON'T KNOW IT. Member nf ltenlstraiii 1 ommltlee Saw Them In l abor llav Meet. Thoes- will bo some uneasy moments for half a dozen alleged 'amateur athletes when they learn that a rm mln r of the registration committee was present nt the Caledonian game, on Labor Hay. The cash prlxes offered by the Scots lured sev eral slmon pure to take a ohnnce In the hope that by competing under assumed names they would be able to gather Iti a little coin and later resume the role of amateur. It wa only yesterday that i. W. Ptutnpf. chairman of the registration committee, admitted that hi committee was repre ented nt the meet, which ha been a favorite hunting ground for seml-pms. As a result at least six men will be put on the carpet at the next meeting of the com mittee. Mr, Stumpf would not divulge Ihe real names of the men eoncfrned, but he admitted that the committee WAS anxious tn learn the real name of ton man who won the sprint race an A I Foster. There Is a sprinter helonrlng to the Jersey Har rier who carries the same initials as the man who won under the name of Foster and he will be asked to appear before the registration committee tn explain his move ment on the day In question. Another man whnsr identity was veiled superficially waa 11. Nice, who obtained second money in the running high Jump. According to Mr. Stumpf It only requires the addition of a letter to ro.-ike this man Identical with an athlete holding a card a an amateur. The winner of the pole vault la said to be a Willi. mis College, nun and the man who finished second in the broad Jump also Is under ittspicloa. Two of the men who won money prlzt-a at the Scots' games reverted back to the amateur rank, at the Sunday .choel meet held In Jersey last Saturday. Wilson Presents Snnder up. Washinoton, Sept. II. President Wll on ireented the trophy cup of the Herman-American nondcr class yacht races held at Marblcliead, Maia.. to tha victorious Americnn team tn-day. The presentation wa. made the Occasion for a pleasant midday function on the south lawn of the White House. The tin man team was present and the Puslilent had Invited Secretary of State llryan and several other Cabinet officer to attend. INSTRUCTION. FOR BOW SERES. MW YORK New York City. HAMILTON for boys, 599 west End Ave. ArTOlMHI BIWW, Jt . ITIiirilml v fhHf).' HIVfT. FOR GIRLS, 901 West End Ave. Mra. V A. Hhsw, dr.. I'rlnrlpal. Tel ??: Itlvcr. Freparatloo from Primary to t'ullrgp. Schools Appnvid by N. Y. State Regents t'erUSrate of School admits lo 4 ollege. Ylaaal lastrat-t'a In Hl.tnrt sad 4irog, , I.e. son. prepared at School, f.imna.lum. Outlns 4'la.aea, Athletic Field. , PRINCIPAU ARE NOW AT Till: SCHOOLS, Friends' Seminary no TO ai east tnni sr.. s. v. Kindergarten sad Ireparatory School tor Soy. and C.lrla tnon-aectarlaai. Catalogue on applica tion. FOR OIRIJt AND VIII Nn WOMEN. NEW YORK New York City. (Zflf Hrrtt? gtltnnl SEVENTEEN EAST SIXTIETH STREET A Iriualr &rhnnl fnr (Slrld PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENTS. COLLEGE PREPARATION. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS. THE FINK ARTS TUITION FROM $17S ta 1400 PER ANNUM Thm Twmnty-lhird year will open on MONDAY. OCTOBER SIXTH IW$$ Conklls School STRNOaRAPRY SECRET ARI.M. TRAIMNt, 1 West 4tnd Street THE GRAHAM SCHOOL 42 RIMS RSI PR DRIVE, mrar Taih St. I For girl- aith rear opens Oct. 1 Primary to ptptgradtiata, licniiicut ami rta pupils, ROwARu nWIOHT IIINBH. Principal, UARY JOSBPHINli WHITK, Ass't PruiclpsL TUC CCIIDI C 241 Central Park nt. abnerbs. Wisl. cor. 84'h St. Ht.AI(lMli AM .1 IMV ptntofy, Specwl oleMrr RIVERSIDE SCHOOL 86tt WfUTT RNTi SEAM I0BD ST Kindrrrnr ten, Klemen tar) . Rlfn School anil ' nU Wkv Prcpkfmiory Deptirinifnta HfopctiN Oct. im. New York Celleglate Institute. MISS tl.lt) HI IHMI l 4 K I'll s SI tl I Mil. KK l. litis, formerly HI jr. u io, renpcu. s-i. Isi. ai ;ii?i West Knd Ave . iii-nr 7;ih St. LEMCKrI'S i ooklpg Hchool, I nmeatlr oei uiiy In ic enllrr DuTlCllnl, i l 14th - Mt Hanai and Mln Whlt Kitrrdalr Htcriur hih! aOVSil (., ai st html, New York. VALRALLAi W4cblrr, ( ., H, v Chappaqua Mountain Institute ValhIU. Hrni hfurr i a( N, . Ro Wfl A Homa nohao foi im.s. in i nr im i nun try unoer ran nf rrtend; boy admitted uudi it ftr (i para to dipt . hn e mother foi ( nt ettluren. im year; nttia froi i N. w am .'m fi etavatKiB; :i rourrrri i iukIi1, n , don vutic totoaMi manual ir.iminn and con i rOJal d i itatr. mt tn IITI, OataJogtif . i - , m VaaayHI . Itoon 5t0 rPl.iort.5QD1 Opens ttr pi For nttym and Vuung Mrn HWAKTHMOKK. PA. Swarthmore Preparatory School ''llt preparnilon for b' In-1. Id i rare. Promotion by lutojacl iupervtifd ath latu-a. amp; Kguiprm-ni. baallhful country lift. For eatalotgut or 4'talled Information tddrr.. ARTHUR H. TOMUlK80N( Head mtsftOfi SAorthniurf, i'a. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWNFItS AND SKU.l II.S tip AU- Tomiihii.ks. 0OMIMR0lAI vi-ir. cm OAHAOIS TIRRR Kyuil1 MfNTft AlatO HRI AIR com- PANIKS WILl. ALWAYS PINll SOMRTniNa or ItTTEKKin in THIS CDI I'llN. eaaaawaaawaa . i 1.14 ill l- I.UIM ll'TtW'IRI -III' I. Kiwii-ii-r. runahouti rarer, tourfn. rinsed, truoks. . jladured prices, all model, all Maki's, im. tvuuk. High value Iim 001. STiiliAt K M IT. U .;m. RRVEN iiiiawn ner laskgrd iNirsi lourtni or ninnuaiiir. in i oji Inland i' ill three tiiiur. return H'n I'tnui'' IMn n -i " AITUMUItll . I, Nil HttrpH IICklK IV al iii t flii rii.h isi i why A I 1IIM4HI II. I. . I 1 A4 All! Ml HlaPK l I lit MS) R. MO S4. ai.u i.a aw via taxi D. S. SPORTSMANSHIP PRAISED BY UPTON Yiielifsman Happy Sirnod fon flition" for Race Are in Rlf Toeket. fptrtal rv f)taa(ciV tn Tw Srs LOMDONi fepl. ll. Sir Thomas I.lptnn, spcaklna Si a dinner ?lven tn-day by the Ttoy.-il Motor Taeht Cluh to competitor In the present races. Sold: "I only rrcelvesl tha final condition, tar Ihe race for the America's cup tri-day on hoard the. Ktichantrons. It has taken nearly seven month to arranae the con test and now Hint It I all over I will con fe.s -that more than onco I feared there would he nn rare. While I -a. person ally always prepared to race under any conditions. I had to ba careful not to nsree to term that would Impose any an due handicap on future challengers or on bouts from this sldo of the water. "I was advised to withdraw my ohaJ lense, hut stuck K out. Now that the signed condition aro In my pocket I am Kind I Aid. I am perfectly aaturflstl with th'n. It Is true that the condition do not compel the defenders to meet me with a boat of the game, sice a my Shamrock TV., hut I am convinced that this will ba done. The announcement that Measrs. Vanderhllt. Morpan nnl Bourne are mam Wrs of the syndicate that will build tha defender la g sufficient guarantee that the conteaiant. will be of equal slzo, aa three licttcr repreaentative of good clean, aport cannot be found In tTlo world. "You may depend upon mo that I wtll gpsr no effort to bring back tha cup Mr. Nicholson la getting along well with my fourth Shamrock. 1 am sura that aba will he uhle to hold her own and that 1 frill have i better chance of winning Che CUP th.m I ever had before, "I would jusn like to any that I often heard paopll talk of American sportsman ship, but no one living has had more -parlsnog than 1 have had with them and 1 never want to mei-t any better sport men th:iii my American friends." INSTRUCTION. F4IR H4IYS AND YOUN41 MEN. NEW YORK New York City. PRIMARY TO COLLEGE ' Berkeley School for Boys t Miaw-eouaTM vaaa Ttm.Mgli PreaarMlea fee .11 Celiac sad Te.sai.sl .heel.. Ufbt, airr rimrna. Small elaMe iu ii-annaua hit. enterexi ' n:iaee il asen. W.an.aSae. aDt. sa laaw - - -. oJ esse. tMeee.a.r, e.. 1 Itluvtraled Oatalo.a.asoaeeDlkiatioB 72nd SI. A west End A... T.I Celumbu. 14)11 De La Salle Institufe 1 CENTRAL PARK MM ill, MR YORKriTI (ENTRANCE to WEST MTH NTREETl .unduried hv the 4 hrlstlsn llrnthers i New Vnrk's Renreseatailte 4 athellc llish Hi hnnl. Si trill i hi and l-iimuieri lal 4 oarsev : Mllltarr Urlll. inna.iuni. IJmlted number f Hoarder, taken. MMIPBRR NOMaAV SEPT. ir.TH. For praapgotUS aildrei. igs Dlrsoior, ) T ( jllfUM fr. ptrat-trr Collegiate I Schr.ol nh strong l'i marf and Junior i.r. i- -. Modern Wheel buililintf. atK Oyinnifluni Boys 21 -43 W 7 7 im IV. hm- Iween nroaiwR uti wetl Poumdtd J838 rtid Avftiur, Nw York. A. t. WsUTwal, RsavdtsRsUr COLUMBIA GRAMMAR SCHOOL I .hi mil it i ..14 . Hids. Absalstalf Kireprnnr. With I ii l, 'in toiic, 1 1 j nitiii -luiii mill I'ltij ground, nil) si M CRRTRAL I'tHh SKHt Uns.'; Sl'l'Ci;SSPULI.Y PHRPASFP f-'Olt I nil Mill. 1 vi I I HUM I I II UN Mill PRIMt'ErllN, KM. IMS. HISIMSS. l'KIM4ltl 4 LjASRER, I Ml II 1 1 ... It li Ell INS SI IT 34. Headnta.taj aoa at sohooli Toi. :ith7 Riverside CUTLER SCHOOL No .'o Rati fsi)lh St. i Kmpiris Wednrauay. October 1st. I l at'. i ? thirty even yeare umlrr one n1nn(r', intm 1 inurr InmO twelve hundred I'ii.-Ur lmvr licrn f pit'; itroU foi colli n' and iuintin,jr cmoiai I Prlmaf) . Uitci tncdlatri nod Senior I parttsentie if,,; eo ;t Inatrui lion by i tic fiie.i mrthMi I oui nn Clai-iiea, Oynnaalum, Athlrtto Plell TRINITY SCHOOL VI l s l nisi ST. M YORK I til Mil ll 7 04.. !i Im a i . t.ratneiftr prepares for ml rllf! School ll OoUeges, an nth t up, ii. Neplrtiiher 73nd IK r I u i ti firltool Itti f.' pnh sirrri 1V1. Sa) Oolumbui iinh trnr. Untttod vrhaif ti 1 k tl at ttuol fur !!.. t-i antail croupi Individual a t too Hon K snarl roachtni foi ail v n..u.. .. U. A. U in iM:, M Hoadtuaatari DELANCEY SCHOOL Ml-a I I Ml at I SI K . M RR'i'H RTi iii nrniary. Illgh Srboul and Ctillegc Prapgra-torj-. I'rltnan 1 la., for Ikiys, Kisdergarien ileparti rni Ik'opcns .- i Ti Ispttooa ir.-n Ulvcrakle. Vest I k on appllratloh. IRVING SCHOOL i . ti rai, n Ri:si . i it .i HiiN.i i u .M .. in W U. I l)KI'.IIT8EVrS tr.i liraduato. Ilave Itnirretl fVllege No home mill) foi imi- iino.t Btieen. llrd year begin. Thunalsjr, Hepi, lath. tVi iihone I. to Hehn ler. lilt. ltN.Niv IT si Hi ml. UOHNINOS, THE CARPENTER SCHOOL MO-SI? Rr'RI 1 Hegln. Oct it i Preiatre. foi all College. ad Hoarding Sehool. j Hour, a to vjo. tiutdooi aasralsg aalll lusvi. j MANHATTAN toil. 1 4. 1. Hum and mt. j St. Unopened Scpt nt- Rgfle (m Caialngu ' UAKIaKN nil, l. 1. i s'l . PAUL'S ' "' '- ' si i ii m il 1 " Pare f r oollsg '? ., and solentlSe scgool I r or liov. send or cafofoj TAKKI T4IM N-tN-liriSO, N. T. IRVING SCHOOL l 're pa n . '''i all i illr sea .iiiil j M I uVl N, A M Ha a .iiiil laohnloal sehnol. dniaatari lt.m au. ii ii. n i - row s. n. j, Baalalt Ineilillia V I. c!i class cnllrue QTSi rviiuis iiiaiMHia iigratory boarding school oi i. Uldieaa H. SWETIJtND, lln .. liigntsrown.il .i rFNXIVtiTOV. N. I, rill PFNNfNIrTON. M'HOOI OR 4ii T.i en i s ui spktndsi worg rank lnl..4'niM . ung tn hi iinerlcan r;i-paiaiiii- UiailttitiiiUh , i - p. uteafromN N. Wt'ie-'l'll PHANKUAi PAMti, bog A. Mennliigtou . hi, 4. WASMNUTON, u. u Kntional Cnh.dial School for Boys ' i. i . Held i 1 ttnaef . i iial ri i Board 1 r nr.. .... i i ii. a. i if I till v.i li'iimui. tn. si. aiimu. Haahioglaai t-1 a'