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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913.
Browns Win and New Yorks Have to Do Same to Stay Out of Cellar, Which They Do 10 CLIMBERS OUTCLASS CHICAGO WHITE SOX Play KrrorlfM Ball Behind Ef fective Pitching by Marty MeHale. RliHSKLL HAS THE RATTLES Hindu Ont Three Phsspn, All of Whleh Speedy New Yorkers Turn Into Runs. By taking the measure of the White Box again yesterday the New York re tained poeeeeslon of seventh piece, even though the 8t. Unite Hrowna shocked the baseball worlfl by whitewashing the Ath letics. The Red Box toppled the Napa for change and the Waahlngtona turned the tabic s on the Detroit. - Yesterday's Reealte. New York. . Chicago. S. Hi. Louis. Is Philadelphia. . Beaton, ft: Cleveland, 4. Washington. Detroit. I. Detailed dak Staadlaars. a i 5 Pktiadalpm. 14110,11 47 7T M7 3 a Cleveland Washington. Boeteo Chicago - 11 Detroit. - 1 fl MM New York. 9 10 II St. Louie. IM OameeLeet aStftol ei'7i TtiHT Te-eir'i Srhedole. Chicago In New York at. Laiula In Philadelphia. Cleveland in Boston. Detroit In Washington. Of the New York players who trimmed the Chicago White Sox ft to 3 at the Tolo Clrounde yesterday Birdie Cree was the only one who began training under frank Chance In Bermuda. Cree would not have been assigned to left field, for that matter. If Oeorge Whlteman hadn't wrenched his leg on Wednesday. This new ball club a-lilch Chance is slowly bul surely moulding Into a formidable combination completely outclassed the flox and delighted 3.000 faithful fans who turned out In spite of lowering clouds to poll for another victory. The Chancstnen. In spite of the fact that the field was soggy and slippery, fielded without an error. Williams, l'eck Inpaugh, Oosaett. Malsel and Holden were strong in defensive tactics, each receiv ing applause for brilliant achievements. Furthermore the New Yorks again showed, dizzy speed In running the basea and also hit the ball much harder than the box ncote Indicates. Marty McHale pitched steadily, espe cially in the pinches, and after the alxth Inning he allowed but one hit. He knocked down several vicious drives and turned one of them Into a rattling double play. Reb Russell, southpaw, opposed McHale and got along smoothly until the fourth session, when he lost control after the New Yorks should have been retired and four run were rolled up, much to his disgust. Big Ed Walsh, who hadn't pitched a gams since early in July, succeeded Rus sell In the fifth frame and the fans wel comed him handsomely. Walsh quickly showed that he didn't have the wonder ful speed that made him a terror last year. He seemed to deliver the ball with considerable effort, yet he managed to restrict the New Yorks' offensive tactics to four safe binaries and one run. Weaver. Lord. Chappell and Collins cut off possible hits with dazzling atops and catches, but, barring Weaver's steal home In the first Inning, which was clean, the s.im failed to show any great amount of speed In base running, probably because McHale's watchfulness compelled runners to stick like glue to the bags. Hal Chase developed lameness during- the early stages of the combat and finally gave way to Doc White, who covered Hal's hag In the last half of the eighth ses- Holh teams scored once In the first In ning. Weaver doubled as a starter for the Sox and ran to third as Williams with a great left handed stop robbed Lord of a two bagger and put him out. Zelder also nabbed a fierce grounder from Collins and threw him out so quickly that Weaver had to remain anchored. The next moment, however. Weaver, taking advantage of McHale's wlndup. rushed for the plate and was called safe as he slid across before Qossett could put the ball on him. Chaae followed with a sin gle, but was left. Malsel, who reached first bale five times, opened New York half lth a two bagger to right, and as Colling, throw hit htm In the back after he had leached second he continued to third. Holden brought him In with a hard base hit to right. Cree forced Holden and Williams hit Into a double play. Peckinpuugh doubled In the aecond with two down, but was left. Malsel bunted safely with one out In the third and stole second after Collins had pulled down a whale of a drive from Holden's bat. Cree. who did nothing with the stick In Ave times up, struck out. The fourth Inning bristled with action. Colllna scored for the Sox on his pass. Chase's sacrifice and a two bagger by Chappell. Williams started New York's turn with a baae on balls. Berger lost a double play when he Juggled Zclder's hopper and both men were safe. ail. titftoley laid down the prettiest kind of a sacrifice, and as Pecklnpaugh looked dan gerous Russell purposely wslked him. Three 8n !" Hit It out, Qossett " roared Chance, leaping up and down on the coaching lines. Oosaett raised a short fly to centre, which Bodie took on the dead run. and all the runners hugged their bases. Chance told McHale to wait, and Ruasell lost his balance. He passed McHale, forcing home Williams with a tying run, and Chance did a war dance. Weaver, the Chicago shortstop, hurried toward Ruasell and waved his arms. "Oo away!" shouted Russell. "You th't the manager or the captain !" Weaver stormed around until Capt. lord told him to return to hla position. Russell, however, had become so rattled Mist ha fell all over Malsel1 bunt. Mist Juggling It and then throwing wlldTy past Chase. .elder and PVcklnpaugh raced home on this error. McHale scooted to third, while Malsel stuck to Chaae' cor kier, as he had turned the wrong way iter reaching the bag. Holden punched Solid baae hit to left, acorlng McHale gfler which Cree filed to Colllna With two down and Walsh pitching In Ike fifth, CHIhooley lined a single to right, stole second, look third en a wild pttnti. whleh was the fourth hall served to Peek. Inpsugh. but Bodle made a splendid catch Of Uoesett s terrific drive. The box got their third run In the sixth session. When Collins, after forcing lord. Bad singled, was advanced u bag on ToShadorticBoxand Then Claim Crown VANCOUVER. B. C, Sept. U. Freddie Welsh declared to day that in spite of the absence of Willie Ritchie, lightweight cham pion, whom he was to fight next Saturday, he will enter the ring and shadow box himself into the championship. Ritchie declared the fight off because he could not get a sufficient guarantee, whioh he de clared was promised. A 12, WO forfeit posted by Ritchfe is claimed by Welsh. Chaae'a out and ran home on Bodies aafe crack paat Zelder. In the seventh Callahan's man again became dangerous, but their rally was killed whan Uoasett's lightning throw to Malsel caught Walsh off third baae for the third out. Williams smashed a single to left In 1 New York'a half. The big fellow then did a bit of great base running when he hustled over to third on Zelder' s sharp grounder, which Weaver got to Chase In the nick of time. Ullhnoley bobbed up with his second base hit off Walsh and Williams dashed home. The Chancemen had Malsel and Holden on second and first respectively In the eighth Inning with one out, whereupon Cree's roller to Iord resulted In a double play. The score : CHICAUO (A. L. I NEW YORK (A. L sbrhnas, abrhpa Wrav'r.ss 11 111 0Maisrl.lb. 1112 1 Lord.lb .4011 Holden.cf 4 I S Colhns.rl 124 HCree.lt .... I 0 0 S 0 Chsse.lh 3 0 1 R 1 11 Wil ms lh I I 1 11 ft Whlle.lb 0 n 0 2 0 0 Zelder.zb 1 1 4 Bodie.cf. 4 0 14ft n (iilh'ley.rf I t 4 Chap'll it Soils 0 Peck'h.ss. 31114 EesWjr.r. 4 0 0 1' 1 11 Gossell.c 4 ft ft 3 1 Berrrr.Jb 3 0 0 ft 2 1 McHale p 31003 Russell, p 30011 Walsh. p. 1 0 I 0 ft ol Tot si s.3: I I9 Totals 31 S 7 34 11 HI w Chicago 1 1 1 0 0 New York 10040010 .. Two base hits-Weaver. Chappell. Malsel Pecklnpaurh. Sacris.se hits Ch see, Gllhooler Stolen bases Weaver. Malsel. I; Ullhoolu, Petklnpsufh. First base on error- New York - rim oaee on oans-on Kueaen. 4; os. walsh. I: off McH.. ft. Struck out By Ru el . 11 By Welsh. I. HitsOff Russell, f. in 4 innings. Left on basea-CtUcago, ft; New York. ft Double plajg- Berser, Weaver and Chaee: lArd and While: McHale Peekinpaugh and Williams Wild pitch Walsh. Umpire in emri-vonnoiiv; nem umpire CUmghl in . 1 iiuui ,w om minutes BROWNS BLAJTK ATHLETICS. Leverrn Ktrlk-s Got Baker, Davis , asid Walak la Raw. PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 1 g. IWty Lv ereni twirled an article of ball to-day which completely baffled the leading Mackmen and In consequence did not have mucn aimculty In wining by 6 to 0. In the second inning he fanned Baker, Davis and Walsh. Twenty-eight men faced him officially, the Athletics being retired In oruer in six or me nine innings. Graff, wno joined the Browns to-day, played sen National ball at third. He is a Bingham- on, n. i., mate leaguer. The score ST. LOUI8 (A. L.i. lb r h ft s . PHTLA. (A. IV) , , ab r h p a a E.M'r'y.rf 2 ft ft 1 1 Strunk.cf. 1 a a s s Shottn cf 3 1 ft ft 0 0. Balenli.lt 4 111ft Pratt. 2b.. 4 ft 0 4 4-1 Will mi rf 1 t 5 S A Collins. 2b. 4 ft 1 I ft 0 ns.ser.IO . 4 1 Dsvis.lb.. 4 ft ft 1ft ft ft Walsh. If . 10 0 10 0 maiandea 411110 CovTn.lb IIOkio Graff.lb . 2 ft 1 0 4 M Harry ss 3 0 0 j 0 M Al s'r.c I ft 1 s 1 01 Hrhang.c . 3 3ft 3 1 Lever i.p 4 ft ft 2 1 OjShawk'jr.p 1 ft ft ft 4 Totl. .t ft ft 37 14 I1 Total . 2S 0 4 27 H 3 ST Louis no'iil rhiladelphis ftOtOftOOOO Two base bits Sohsns. Williams. Sacrifice pa wrn. oiruns. rirai Dase on errors St Lama. I: Philsnelphi. I. Lsfl on bases St fouls. 4: Philadelphia, ft. Struck out-By Leverens. C: by Shawkay, ft Double nlara Barry. Colllna and Davis; Orsff. Pratt and Cov iaston: Covington. Blriand and Pratt ; Baker aw uti. nrsi oase on Dsns orr Lverens, 1: off Shawkey. ft. Hit by pitched ball-By ' " - i'h .-lurpuy, asaeo ajls Bchaiic. 2. irmplree-Hlldebrand and Egan Time-l hour and u minute. BED SOX IN TWO RALLIES. Pass Naps, Latter Tfte It I'g. sad Then Local 43 Ahead Again. Boston, ept. IK. Two bad throws by l.clliold and a bunching of hits by the Hod 8ox gave the locals a 5 to 4 victory over the Naps to-day. Cleveland lei uniil the sixth Inning, when Boston se cured four runs on hits by Hehg. Rpeaker, Lewis and Janvrln, two bases on h.ills ana a wild throw to the plate by Lei bohL The visitors tied It up In the sev enth, scoring two runs on four singles. After two were out In Boston's half of the seventh. Engle was safe at first because James failed to touch the bag In tak ing Johnston's toss. Kngle stole sec ond, went to third on a wild throw by Carlsch and scored the winning run when Lelbotd threw past third In an effort to get the runner. The score : CLEVELAND. I BOSTON 1 A L.i . sbrhpae abrhpa Leibold.cf ft 1 1 3 Rehs.rf 4 1 1 1 a I 4 1 v nap n.sa 0 2 1 , 1 Single. ID 3 2 I 11 1 1 .lacs n.ri s 1 2 0 0 01 Laioie.lib. I 1 2 ft ' 0 speaker.cl 4 11)00 Lewis. If 4 113 0 0 J'hna'n.lb 4 ft ft 13 2 ol Oardner.ftb It 1 1 2 ft Yerkea.2b. 2 0 1 r, a Bates. 3h 4 0 2 0 4 (' Graner.lf 4 0 0 1 0 C'Janvrin.aa 3 s 1 i s 0 lansca.c. 3 0II 1 Cauy.e ,., 3 0 0 5 2 0 ly II veil 1 0 0 0 0 OMoaeley.p. 31101 ONetl.e.. 0 0 ft ft 0 ftlbedient.p. 1 ft ft 0 1 ft Cllllnp.p.. II : I I II tBrly ... ft 1 ft ft 0 Totl.. ( ft 27 14 1 Jsnies.p.. 0 0 11 0 0 01 tOlson , ... j 0 0 0 ft 01 Greg. P. 0 0 0 0 0 01 Totals. M 4 II MM 41 li , 11..I lor Carisch in the ihih inniii 'Ran for Cullop in the seventh Inning. tliatteil for James In the elshlh Innln. ClevelaiHl ftftll20 04 Boston 0 0 ft 0 4 1 0 ..4 Two base hite-LaJote. Lewis. Sneaker. Sao rlllee hlt-Johnstnn. stolen Mas Eni-le. Dou ble plays-Bstrs. I.ajoie snd JohnittiS); Janvrln, Yerkes snu Enitle. U ft on basse Cleveland. 10: Boston. 1 First base on balls Off Cullop, I; off Bedient. 2. Pirst base on error Cleve land li Boston. 1 Struck out By Cullop. It hy James. I: by Moseley. I: by Ssdient. 2. Time-:.' hours. Umpires-Evsns snd Ferguson RECRUITS WEAK IN PINCH. tenter and HardlsisT Hit Timely by Se-aatora, Who lava sag- la. Washington, 8ept. U. Ustrult waa helplcsa before Hob Qroom to-day, and Washington had little trouble In winning the third game of the series, 6 to 1. Jen nings of the Tlgars sent two recruit pitchers to the box, Renfer and Harding, and both were batted timely when men were on the bases. Ty Cobb failed to get a hit out of four times up. Spencer, the young outfielder purchased from the Virginia league, drove in two of the Senators' runs. The score : DETROIT sb r hp a e Bush. .. 41140 H iim n.Jb 4 0 ft 1 3 0 t'r'wl'd.rf 4 ft I ft ft ft Cobh.cf.. 4 0 0 2 0 0 Vrich.lf.. 4 ft 1 4 ft ft atbaon.c. 4 ft I 3 'J 1 Onslow. lb 10 1 12 00 Ixniden.Jh 3 1113 0 Henfer.p. ! I t I ! I 'Plait ... 1 0 o ft o o Hardtnep 1 ft 0 ft ft ft Total . 14 1 7 5 14 Batted for Renter in Detroit WMhliurton WASHINGTON. ab r h p a a Mueller rf ft 1 1 0 ft Milan., f 3 1 2 3 0 Poeter.tb. 4 ft I t i Uandll.lb 4 0 0 13 1 0 jnrnn.-'n s 0 1 1 3 0 Henry.e... 3 1 1 :i n SneiMer.lf 4 1 1 a a a M'Brid. 1 0 1 5 ol tirunm.p.. 3 10 12 Total.. ,M 4 i 27 16 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 s 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 I -A Lelt on baas. Wuhlntten. ft: Detroit. 5 f baaSM Wto-M Renter. 3; off Harding, L. "a." Sn Jf"J " Inmng. Kru& SS' "a "",loT ,; sr4ftwaa. I Tlirse baa liu Duah. Henry. Two has bit -Milan Spn.w lu.len Maertflce hu -Milan, mole baae. Moran Crswfonl Double plwa-Biu let. Haumanii anil Onalna; MeBndV. Monran ami tliia.HI Hit t ,,it, her IE 8rK.n Snctei Wild pitch lironm Ihaplres Dine Illnecn ,ier,n lime I innir and JKi mule HAMKft4ft.i l. TO-IMT. I 3(1 I' M M Y 4mrl .(. Bkagv Pwki (Jrvuadi. Adn.ts. vtgt. WET WEATHER SPELL HELPING TO PENNANT Every Day Phillies Are Idle Their Chancer to Win Flag Dwindle. LESS CHANCE TO CUT LEAD Impossible Now for Giants to Play Any More Than 152 Scheduled (James. Rain still prevented the (Hants from playing In Ht. Louis yesterday and also knocked out the Phillies' game In Pitts burg. The Brooklyn, however, dropped a close contest In Cincinnati and tumbled back to sixth place too, as the Boston Braves broke even in a' double header with the Cub. Yesterday4 Reetalla. Cincinnati, ft; Brooklyn. 2. -Chicago. 3; Boston. A (first game!. Boston, I; Chicago, ft (second game). New York In pit i..nil. rain. Philadelphia In Pittsburg: rain. Detailed lab StaaallaaTS. 0 i j m New York 10J14 Philadelphia it Chicago 7.10 1 faM fCft ts Pittsburg Beet on. V ft Brooklyn KiBdnnstl . 4 ft 4 St. Louia. U 40 To-day' ftehedale. New York In Ht. Louis Philadelphia In Ptttsburs Brooklyn In Cincinnati. Boston In Chicago. ST. Louis, 8eot. It. The vacation of the Giants waa continued to-dav. The weather has deprived them of a game for the last three days. The double header booked with the Cardinal, for this after- noon went over until to-morrow be ause the grounds to-day were stffl deep In mud. It rained hard all of last night and the sun will have to do hard work all to-mor- row morning ior tne uiant to get in a game here at all on this trip. Am .u . - - . a 4m iirio was nvinisi uoinx io-uav ana . .V.- .W " uli. ' 1 imr. nuniuini lur lino trip cannot possibly be played and as one game In Chicago waa cut short before It wag a game, the "Hunts' total of games for the year cannot be extended beyond MB. As for the Phillies, their game scheduled for yesterday Is now a dead one. With rain in Pittsburg again to-day the Quakers won't be able to play more than two games there at the best and their season total will be limited to 1&3 unless they could aqueese In a game In Pittsburg next Tuesday, which Is an off day gen erally. These postponements hurt the Phillies' chances more than those of the (Hants. They tflve the former less time In the way of games, less opportunity In which to make the most of their allm pros pect of catching up. The Qtanta now have sixteen more games to play. Win ning nine would make their totals 100 and fifty-two, and the fifty-two defeats take In the disputed game In Philadelphia. If the Phillies won nineteen out of their re maining twenty-two they would have to tals of 100 and fifty-three. The rest. however, will help the two Uuaker stars. Keaton and Alexander, although It won't do the New York pitchers any harm. John Murphy, the Polo (Irounda keeper, who died In New York this morning, came to New York from Balti more with McOraw. lie was regarded by the (Hants as the most expert man In his line In America. Visiting play ers always commented favorably on the level and true condition of the Polo In Held, and every American League visitor this summer waa enthusiastic about !(. Murphy started out as a ball player ln Indianapolis and as a youth went Smith with Toad Ramsey and other noted plav-! era of that day. They went to Binning ) nam, but Murphy waa not a success aa a ball player and became a ground keeper, beginning at Birmingham. Wno. that ime he was ground keeper or laid out ' fields at Pittsburg. Columbus. Denver, Butte. Baltimore and elsewhere. One of hi accomplishments was m makn lly good Held of the practice grounds , at Marlln. Tex. Who will succeed him Is not known yet. Secretary Poater to-day sent to leaeue , heiaduuarters his reserve. Hat for 1914. ; There are thirty-five name on the roater nuludlng McUraw and Itoblnnpti. All of the present standby are on the Hit. also Hchauer and Hearn, the. new pitchers, and repurchased players Htock. Itohertaan and Jacobaen from Mobil, and UoulaiL the pitcher. Others include l'lex, the out fielder purchased from Richmond j Wester wick, a left handed pitcher, and I'rleste, a pitcher and all around player, who comes from Wheeling and who tacks an "e" to the end of hla name- Westerwlck is a giant from the Penn sylvania anthracite region. When the New York playere were In Pittsburg 011 their second trip a big stranger appeared on Forbea Field and did practice pitching for the New York and Pittsburg batters. There was much conjecture among the Irate players as to who the stranger with the promising equipment of stuff waa, and an ine lime nis signrn romrsci was in Secretary Foster's pocket. I.aeders Beet la B'a Mhaot. Hba Quit, N. J.. BpL 1(1. -Shooting his way to victory out of a field of more than one hundred markamrn, Corp. F. Luedera of the United States Marine orps won first place to-day In the Sea Ulrt championship match with a score ot 1(4 out of a possible 200. The match waa shot on the 200, (00, (00 and 1,200 yard ranges and was the moat Important of the day event. Bergt. Cedrlc H. Long of Maaaachusetts finished second with 113. Sport I as Men A I tend Hooch Kaneral Philapklphia. Hept. IS. The funeral of Frank L. Hough, sporting editor of the fauulrer, was held to-day from the Church of the Epiphany In Uetmantuwn. The Sporting Writers' Association, of which Hough waa a former president, at tended In a body, headed by William li. Hocap. Among those at the church were President Shibe of the Athletics, A. J. Leach, Manager Mack and Capt. Daniel Murphy of the Athletics, Matthew Kll roy, Arthur Irwin snd Hughey Dougherty. We Attempt Made le Heart. Hot'TH BSTWLBMBM, Pa.. Hept. II. l,ehlgh held the first scrimmage of the year to-day. It lasted only a short time. Coach Ready did not want the men to extend themselves. No attempt waa mads to score. A scrimmage gam Is scheduled for Haturday. Isirrleaa A aaewU !). AT M1LWAUKKK 11 H K LeuhtvMI loooi 1 i Milwaukee - 4 H4terla TWnsr end Olemman. Hovllk, Braun sad Maraball, The mas. mm 14 j 13 111. I U ft ft II 12 17 17 1ft 13 13 11 1ft 7 10 u II 11 11 ft ft u ft ft 10 (It - - wm liftthftltft.alftH MIXED BOUT RULE ILLEGAL. St oa.wils.loa (issot Prevent the Laaaford-ftealth stoat. Ai.sant, 8epL U. The Htate Athletic Commission Is without authority to forbid a boxing match between a white and a colored person, unless the objection Is based on something else than race dis crimination, according to an Informal opinion rendered by Attorney-Oeneral Carmody to Frank H. o'Nell. chairman of the Htate Athletic Commission. A rule adopted by the commission pro hibiting matches between white and black fighters waa contested by promoters of a match between Uunboat Hmlth, white, and Ham Iangford, black. Attorney Oeneral carmody will render a formal opinion on the matter within the next week. In last Sunday s Urn It was shown that Altomey-tleneral Carmody had pro nounced the mixed bout rule Illegal. Hmlth and Langford will bos ten rounds In the Garden within the next two weeks, maybe a week from to-night. LORD DEWEY VICTOR IN MICHIGAN STARE Wins His Seeonrl $10,000 Race Within Week, Leading in All Heats. 1kti:uit. Sopt. It. Lord tewe iron the MichlKan Stake for till trotter this afternoon, his second victory In a 1 10.000 race within a week. The grand young stallion had no great trouble, leading practically all the while. Xiu-deker liad only to give him a sharp drive part of the way through the stretch In the first heat and a mild drive in both of the others to stall off Star Winter. Judson Olrl and Fan l'ateh, bidder for the successive heals The summaries! 2:lft Has trnttins: three in a. re Make Ift.ftOft Lord Dewey, b. h . by Admiral Dewey Kxtssy. hy Baron Wilkes iSnedeken Judaon Mtrl. h f. iCox' Star Winter, b iMcDonaldi 1 1 I 3 2 1 2 1b 4 4 2 7 r. 4 ft C 4 6 ; dr Pan Patch, b m iSihiw i tteiiarns. ch. s Mieerst Parrs, b a iAm!rew Manto Msid. br. f iMurphyi Time-2:t.'v,. inila, 12 1:11 class naciiw: three in tive. slake. :. ono Prank Bosaah. Jr . b. g by Prank Bo saah Phllli Hianfprd. by Stanford iMurphyi 1 l I I n I K .,. .,.. n Del Rir h h i ! Vew Eider, b. g. iBrowm 4 4 4 T1,w : T ' 4 MLS-"tg-ggS?.i ' 1" XLT" " " w "SST. ftSSTpi ii i liurst lUeersi.. 2 2 14 I John H . h .. by Locamio iCox.. 1 7 1 ,',',:h wk m bT !"Br eslcsUB j Seymour, br'.' c.' iCsresi !!!! 3 I I 2 , uee Stewart, o s icunnlntnami . I I 4 I ', Bdlth C . ,-h m. Crummeri ft ft ft ft Annie i, . n. m (Hem , , . m v " br h. sjMii"! """w"'. iSbuler) T ft Tlme-2:15'. silgvj, 2:111s 2:lf. 2:1,1a Mieblsan Binds re Futurity: three-year-old trottera: Iwo In three Loretta Wood. Iiffe blk I . by Onward WoodeHfTe-Bernlcr Wilkes, by William Wilkes iTeachouti I 1 Fna-o Lad b c. . Snow i 3 2 Mornln Oale. ch f. (Colby) 2 4 mco C.. b. c 'Sharpstrlin ., 4 3 Tnne-2:V 2:2S' 2:14 class pan iut: three in Ave; purse. Il.te Prtecess Marssrel. h. m . by The Karl- Bilihe M . by Moody iLauei 1 1 t Zanzibar, br. h iPitmsn) 2 2 2 Cy.lone. b. g 'Ashley . 3 4 1 Mshel W h in iliosnell' 4X3 !eha Pstcheii blk. m iWolvertoni I 3 Klhnno Bell, b m "Poreri 7 ft 4 Hall II . b. h. iNeOalli ft f 7 Prince K . br g (Pllcki ft 7 I Time- : il. :tM4, 2:MV 2:ftft class pacius;: two In three: nurse ftl.oon Dr B. P . t h.. by strathberry Poeate O. by Kle.tnc iDomiileri 1 2 1 Jones (.entry, b. . by John R. Oentry H Mnrphyi 2 I 3 Molly Darling, b m. iMcMahonl ! j Slrathatonn. br h (Murphy ft 3 4 Our Colonel, b h (J. R. Jones Ill Poole Prince, ch h 'Pitman 4 4 Baron A., h h. (Coxi , 7 Karly ThwUer. b iileers 4 Kddie Ihllard. ch. h imwi.. 4 i 7 Hal McKinney. b h iKuiwelli KKIIO Tunc : Mi,. : 0', 2 1. TURN ABOUT IB FAIR PLAY. rah what Hat lioetans and Hostams xhm Oat Cab. Cliirao, Hept. I. It was tit for tat between the Cube anil Bostoli Hruvt-s to- day. the Culm taking the Hrst end 0 a noubh. header b a score of I to 0. while 11,., umn.1 .rrair v.m m the Rrnvca ki a similar score Th- scores : m .,... . . BOSTON fH, U) CmCJMG iM L. ab r h p a el ab r h p a e M'ville. I ft F I (Lseh.el . I I 1 1 f , . . . 5 - ',-" -"-" (!!!!! i ,k . n 2 I nlv, ..,' . , AT S a Z s a 'siiin.lt ft ft ft 1 t eUaier ih 1 0 1 1.1 0 0 ctiulli.ci 4 n 1 3 0 ft lOooitrl ... I ft t 9 ft 0 5'h.sb.. JftSt"' ! J 7 Z I Z Zia.. Z Z i 2 1 ""'- Z Z -- J" J J Total.. 30 0 5 .'( 10 o Totals ..'.': .1 7 "7 1ft 1 Boston soon 100 0 e Chi ao 1010001 -3 Struck out By Pierce. .': by Tyler. I 1 je ft on baeft--Ch!'o. li Boston. 6. Two baae hit - Leech. Three baar hits Maier. Ite h. Sxti No- hit Phelsn. Ylwrifice Dies -Schulte. J, Pirat baae on balls Off Pierce, ft; off Tyler, t Stolen base Myers, Ssier Double nlsy 7.ini merman. Bridwell and aier Time t hour and 3ft minutes, l'miilres Klem snd Orth SECOND UAMU. BOSTON (N L ' Cllit'.KiO (M. 1.1 ab r b p a e, sb r h p M'ville. 7. i 0 ft 4 1 ls'c!i,i ( 10 18 0 0 laird. rf... ft l 1 t 0 o Erers.Ib . :: 0 t 3 1 o Sw'uey.:b 4 111:' n lhel,n 2b 101100 MreraJb. 4 110 Schulte. If 10110 Mann.ff 4 0 0 3 0 0IZim'aii..'lh 4 ft I j 2 2 SchulU.ef 4 020 OiSuer.lb.. I 0 0 13 I 0 Smith. ab 30120 o Oood.rf I 0 5 o o 0 Rarlden.c 4 0 0 4 1 0 Hres'han 1 (I 0 0 0 0 Iteae.p.... 4 0 ! 0 I OBrtda'll.ss 1 o n i l Cor dn,ftft loo: Totals XI 3 7 27 II i Archer..-.. 4 2 4 0 0 1 sllshu.p 0 n o 4 1 tllargrave I 0 0 0 0 0 Slack. i 0 0 0 4 2 0 Totals . 3.'. 0 ! :7 10 3 Raced tor (iood in the ninth inning (Batted for Vaughn in the seventh inning. Boston 0010000ft 03 Chicago OOftAOftftft en Struck out -By Vaughn. 3; by Stack, t; hy Hess. 2 Two base hit (iood itt on bases Boston 4: Chicago. T. Stolen bases Sweeney f Myera. ft. First baar on balls- Off Vaughn. 2. og Stark, 1. Time- I hour and r: minute Umpire Klem and Orth HAIL 'WAY OFF HIS GAME. llarkelt ITnable to Make 1'p for Mate and Pell and Mather Wis. I enn Ma they and Theodore It. I'd I reached the final round In the class A division of the doubles In the West Hide Tennis Club tournament yesterday by de feating Harold II. Hacked and Walter Merrill Hall in straight seta, 14, I - S. (Iood teamwork was Hie main reason for tho victory of the Mathey-Pell combina tion, but added to this Hall waa away off bis game and despite the hard work of the Davis cup player the losing team never looked dangerous. Mutin y and Pell will meet Taylor and Frellnghuyarn in the final round. The summaries: Championship IKiublea Class A Beinl ftnal round Dean MaUisy and Tbeodorr H Pell defected Harold H. Harkett and Walter it Hall, ft I, 1, Class B- Double-. flecond round liro- beck and Bishop defeated Dr. Alger snd Dr. :er snd Dr. jsnsway. -, . si Hlsuvelt and Hmlth lie- fatd N-wroinb and ally, ft 1, ft ft, ft 4 H.rlman and itolramti dfatd l.ln.iley and Pl, --ft. . 4 ft: Torrey snd Mil lick won from K B. Washburn ami Myrlck by default. flaes C Double- -First round -Con I In. and HlldrUi dsfeatnl Mom and Heath, ft ft. ft T. ft---T. s.ini-iinsl Hound Mlllsr and Matirrlse ile-f.-sisd Cenltn and Hlldrsth. 4. ft 5: lask(aiid Murria defald Karl nd Sinlili, Single - i 'laa H Fourth round (leerg , areeebeck dsfwicd C. M. Hsyltasa. ft I. DODGERS GRASP LEAD BUT CAN'T HOLD IT Two Ruhr Tally in Fourth, hnt Reds Cotop Bflrk With Trio Two Inn in p;n Later. RLTKKR HURTS HIS MEG RetlreB After First Inning to Lot Ragan Suffer Defeat. Cincinnati. Rent. II. The soggy con dition of the grounds at Hedland Field this afternoon made It possible to play only one game of a scheduled double header between Tinker's Heda snd Hill I miiletr i aggregation from Brooklyn, the latter dropping the contest to the locals b ii score of 3 to 2. Hronklyn took the lea1 In the fourth Inning, when three hits coupled with two errors scored two runs. Hmlth. first man up In that round, led off with a double. Hnblltaell fumbled Klsher's bunt. Kllng spilled Beacher's throw home of Fischer's long fly and Hmlth scored. Hagnn. who had relieved tlucker, the latter hurting his leg In the first inning, surprised the UfUWd with a single. Mnrun filed out. Cutshaw doubled and Klsher scored. Stengel filed out. The gsme was featureless from then until the sixth, when the Reds fell upon Hagan for four hits, netting three runs and the game. Ilecher filed out to Htengel. Bates and Uroh both singled. Wlckland came through with a double and Bates and Groh counted, tying the score. Hoblltaell filed out. Tinker doubted and Wlckland scored with the winning run. The score : BROOKLYN I CINCINNATI sb r h p ael ah r h p a e Moran.rf. ionic oiBeschcr.lf. 4 ft t 6 I ft Cut a' w. 2b 4 ft 2 ft 0 1 Batea.rf. .. 2 1 2 0 ft ft Strnirl."! 4 0 2o ftfgroh.lb ... 411130 Wheat. If 4 ft ft 2 0 O'Wickld.cf 4 1 12 0 0 Dsubl.lb 4 ft 1 ft 0 ojHobllil.ib 3 0 0 7 0 2 Smith. 3b. 3 112 0 u Tinker .ss. 4 ft 3 4 I S Pisher.ss ft I I 3 1 0 Dodge, 2b . 1 0 0 3 2 0 Fischer. c 3 0 2 MlUt4g, ... 3 0 0 3 2 1 Rucker.p. 1 ft 9 ft 1 ft Ames.p... 3 0 0 ft 4 o Hummel I ft ft 0 0 el Rstun.p.. 1 ft 1 o 0 oi Totals J I I If II I 1 Ylngling 1 ft 0 0 0 01 Totals i I 24 4 11 Rattc1 for Rucker In the second ihnint. (Baited for Rasan in the ninth Inntnj Brooklyn 0 n I o o 0 0 a-- 3 ClDttnnatl o o o o a 3 0 0..-3 Two base hits- Dauhrrl Smith Cutshaw. Tinktr. Wit klsml asSitet lilts Bales. Smith. Cutshaw. Fisher stolen husee-l.roh. Bales. Cutshaw- Struck out By Ames. .' : by Hucker. I; hy Rarau. ft Pi rat base 011 halls on Ames. 3: on fttasaii 1 Hit by pitcher By Rat an. I Htls-Off Rucker. 1 In one lnninc I'mpires Rrenuan and Kason. Time 1 hour and 40 min utes. GR0UNDKEEPER MURPHY DEAD. Veteraa Who Kepi Pole Uroonds la shape Waa Rated Meal In 4Llne. John J. Murphy, who kept the grass ' green and -the diamond smooth at the! Polo (.rounds for many yearn, was found I dead In bed at his home early yesterday morning. Murphy was ?o years old and WBSlKddl Foy, b. g. IHelienberk). . . known bv all the baaVoall men who have Countesi Knhi b. n I Meckel I 1slteil the Brush Htadlum sin he I J''"";" '.,'' "' 'Tboinajl tlrsi ls,.Mn... ground keeper He was '" " Tm.'. rtsT -'"';A"'"i a iusln old fallow, ever, loyal to the ;',,,g'. 'purw! Vftfti -lanti. .in. I ha bor llitj tiMtiK of th ! m... itUMn i. , t JLtZ . 1 bfNt grountl Kwi r In the- ovjntr. John M irow lrnuirtit him hr from Hmlti more h dozen yHra hko. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Nwark hM IhrM ame to pltty, all with .Jpra City, btffofe lh l!itrnitlniiri! i ;iP'j HM(tii ii44. vrttti Bun4iyc Ramf. RochMtr hits four khiu's with Toronto two tn-1rt dfiH. two to-morrow NWHrk run win thr liOtltUUlt by tHkink' two nut of thrtw, ovefi thouith RoohMtor ottpturoj four fttrHlKht. tti whh'h OVvtlt t h- fli'iil Mixwnt4tT0 will be NoWArtt, s ; Rooh- Mtt-r. HIT. ,trM) City, : Halttninrc & (Mrnt ffttmo), .ifti City, .1. Hm Ittmor, 2 fsMcond u m m MVtn iiiiH tigT" MontrOOli I . Huff In, Toronto-Rot h-ritr, wt ffonnd MHnlnu nf fhe 4'1nb. W. I.. IV i tv t. : :.7 ilj Man from I fl B M m fl(i7 r'nivldenci -m w 77 7? M7 ! Tornnin . 7 3 77 7a in Jottynty..iJ PC Ml Kowai k lloi'liCHtrr flAhlmorv. .I4astr' Cltj III N rlfk Haitinior In ProvldoHbo. Mon ril In HuIThIo. Toronto in RorbMtor END SERIES IN BLAZE OF GLORY. Xkeelers r.nri lllisse Reason With Double Barrelled Victors. Jersey ("lt celebrated the close of the International league sssson si west sii Park yssterdsy afternoon with .-i dpubls Victory oxer Halflmtrc. The scores were I to .", snd :i t" I, Th second affair went seven Innings i sgreement. The sefires . FIRST IIAMK IIAI.n iMORK. , .IKRSKY CITY ah r h ii a e. ubrli it s e Danielscf .' I I I o.Kwhen.lf 1 1 5 " (l Mnlkitf ju 4 1 J ft 2 n'Calho'n.lb 4 ft :i I ft Hall 'I. 4 11.4 " I)iinlin.i ( r, 1 L I 0 0 Cor'r'n If I ft 4) ft ft 0;Court'y.:b 4 V 4 I - 0 Hnuser.lh 1 I I t UVVella.ef 4 0 '.' 4 n 1 Derrick, sa 4 10 2 1 I Hues Jh 4 0 1110 roor.if 4 12:0 O HraiUry.Ba 4 0 0 211 Rgan.c. .. 3070 OBlalr.c... 4 0 0 3 Ruth ii 0 u 1 0 OiVrrhnut.ii a 0 0 1 ; : Uanf'lh i' 2 0 0 0 1 0 TOtls. 17 13 27 4 Totals II : N l Hsliimure 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 O S Jersey City ft 0 0 2 I 0 ft .. 1 First h.'e on error Bsltinmre. 3. Two tnise hit Blair. Kschrn Thne haar hits Mldklff. Court ney . Dunlin. W,ls Sacrifice hit Kasn Stolen lisae Kschen. Callmuti Bus. Cor corsn. Lelt on bases Jersey City. 7: Balti more, ft First base nit ball Off Hnth. 2: oft Verboul. .1 Struck nut B) Hnth. 1: hy 11, in forth. :: by Verhout. ( Hue -Off Roth. i. 111 four and two-thirds Innings: off Uanforth. n In four and one third innings lTmtiire Hayes ami Carpenter Time 1 hour and 1:. minutes. SKCOND (IAMB KAI.TIMOKK. I JBRSRY CITY sb r Ii 11 a e1 sb r h p a e Dliulrls.cf :l 0 0 0 1 n Ks hen, If 10 1:00 Mldklff.ah 2 110 1 0 Calho'n.rf ft ft 1 0 0 ( ll.ill .li 3 0 2 2ft 11 Dunlin. ll 201130 Cnr'r'n.lf s 0 t ft 0 ocourl'y.rb I o o 4 I 0 llouser.lh 2 ft I II ft 0 Wrlls.cf... 2 ft 0 0 0 0 Derrick. as 2 0 0 1 4 11 Hue. 3b 2 3 10 1" Cnoper.rf 1 0 0 2 0 ftjBradley.aa 2 0 I ft S I K.-an .31141 1 Jnhtwnn.c. 210140 Russell. p 10 0 0 4 0 Tuero.li. . 2 0 0 0 2 0 , ItPunefl. .. 1 ft ft ft o o IVtala. II ft"'. 1 II Totals . 20 ft r, 2i is i Two out when winning run was scored (Hattedsftor Tuero In the aevnnth Inning, name called by agreement Baltimore ft ft t ft - J Jersey Cily ft ft 0 ft I ft s- S First baae on error Baltimore SacrlH' hits Derrick. Ruasell. Doidin. Wells, Hrsdlry Stolen baara Courtney, Mldkiff Ilouarr left on baae Jersey I'll r r: Baltimore, t Double play Donlin. Bradley slid Dunlin: Ball. Dei rick snd Houser. Pint baar on ball -Off Ru ell, IT off Tuero, 3. Struck out By Ruaaell. 4; by Tuero, I Wild pitch Ruall Umpires - Carpenter and Hayrs. Time -1 hour snd li annuls. MeUrayaar "Oataratteve" Heche. Hiiffau, Hept. 1 1, McOraynnr and lleebe both allowed plcutcmi hits to-day and both kept them well scalteml, bul the former was the better sistleier anil aa a result Montreal won by I In , Tin score : Montr!. 0 s n l (I o I 0 1 :i 'I ' Nuffaln ft ft ft 2 ft ft 2 I Ballsrlae HeUrayaof end Howly, lltob sad taftleags, V INC00NITI EASY VICTORS. finally Real All Philadelphia by Margin of Rlfghl Wlekela. I'liii.Apsi Phia, Kept. IS. By a margin of eight wickets the lnuognltl Cricket Club defeated All Philadelphia at Haver fofd to-day, the match, after the con clusion of the flrat Innings, being one sided In the extreme. Ttie necessary runs to win were knocked off by the visitors In their second Innings for the loss of only two wickets, at which time the score was HO. On Wednesday All rnlludolphla had compiled 1.19 In the initial attempt and the Incogs had replied with 100 for the loss of three wickets. This morning M. Fal con, not out, and the Hon. N. U. II. Mul holland opened the batting, the bowling being In the hands of Mann, locker house end, and Wnad from the tennis courts. A separation waa not effected until 14 had been reached, when Mulholland waa smartly stumped by Hcattergood off Mann after having scored 30 by fin cricket The remaining six wickets fell In quick fashion, only 21 runs being added duflng this time. C. H. Kiloart and P. Colllna hung on a little for the last wicket, but the former wa caught by Kvuns off Melville when he had scored five and the Innings closed for 185. Collins being not out three. This result gave the visitors an advantage of 2(1 runs on the score of the first Innings. Mann took ft wickets for 71 runs and Mel ville a for 21. the other going to Waad at a cost of 4ft runs. Philadelphia's second Innings waa quickly over, and at 4 o'clock the Incog had started their second. Ten runs were on the board for All Phlludelphla when Rvane was caught hy Tudor in the slips off MeMc, and with his dismissal the luncheon In terval was taken. Resuming. V. C. HharpteSg went In. hut Immediately lost. Hottnmley was caught In the bIIiim by Kiloart off Hatfield, who had takef Me lie' I place at the tennis court end. MANY SCRATCH HORSES OWING TO HEAVY TRACK Small Flolfft Do Not Prevent Spirited Rneing, Ksppeinlh in the 2:20 Trot. Whits Plains. N. Y.. Sept There wss heavy going for the steppers on the Metrniiolltaii Circuit at the fair grounds to-day and In coneuence the tsfO races set for decision had only ten starters Otll of the original entry of thlrtv. There was a spirited competition in the I :!B trot, which went to Mac Huron nfter llvt heats. In which the winner split llrst places with Hrione. All the finishes were close, but In the second heat the tussle was one of the finest seen on u hslf mile track. Krlone seemed to have the heat won when Alex snder P. tame with a rush and tupped the mare at the wire. Lapped on the wheel of the second horse were Colaitzo snd Mac Hanoi Hrione won the last two beats by less than a length each lime, Kddle Hoy took the 2:2.", pace in straight hests. witli Countess Kohl second In each. The SUIIinaarleS J ,.) nsemg Burse (!.: ,1 I I I ! Urion. It m, NiHnn t . Al "lander P., 1' a I Height). ,3 I 3 4 4 Orlanse i iiheipn 3 3 j 3 The Only one. g I Horning). I f, 4 ro vV'ieeii Court, g iii ttsfveeoni lla Time. 2:22',. IliftftA, 2:22ft,. 2:21V,. 2:2U, Running iia.e Half Mite Wen by w. li llsrbe.-k's Nw Star. W R. l'.'-kereoii' I', less, second: Ten Hr.-p, Is Farms Honeymoon third. Lord Direct ami Cannes Ban isn run. Time, ft;ft4W, Riinnlng Race, llalf Mile Won bv T)'. u Harberk' S' Star. Ten Hriierk' Farm s Honeymoon, eeeand: W, li. Taylor Cannes nail, intra i end t.er.i Direct also ren, Time, o..-,ns. JOCKEY DER0NDE BADLY HURT. Mtlle I'rllnw's Mount I'silla Taken to lloaplial onil ftla 'ot Live. Baltimoss, sept, is Trlfler, belonging t .1 l, Holland and well ridden by johnny M.-Taggart. svnn tin Princeton serine siak.s this uftemoon ut I lav re de tirace 111 a driving finish with Honey Hee and Msrjorle . Little Deronde was injured hndh when his innutit. Melville; fell on Mm in the sixth race. II,. was taken In the Havre de Qrace llospKal and Is not expected to live. Haiti fell nearly all day and only regulars were present. The summary : l-'lrst Race--Kc ani a half furlons.-- iiignse. ? ii, MoTaggarti, i to 20 nr. sight, won Flamtnarlon, 10, fTresler). s to 1 for place, second: Monerlef III ill, isles' out to show, third Time, 1:00 1-,", Coming Coon and Montoalm also ran Hm ..n.i Raee Two. year-old., tive furlongs -'Kerfhags, 111 I Morel ), '. to 20 strairln nou, B,aupre, t"7 uiuiseiu. ;, t fur pis.e. second: Ovation, 111 (Upton), 3 m 1 to show, third Tune. t:i)3 . Alice K Udr (Irani, HI Mahdl, Uharle Cannsli mj Athletl'- i, 111 also rati. Third 111'- sine mil anil Seventy yards -Bob It. i Ambrosei. ? to I, sitalgh' svon linprtoa, mo u McTaggart) vn f..r ,..,.,,,. isiasT tiBse, in ..shutt v,,,, ,-, Nivn, i s I r , i t to .lion, ihir.i Time, h4T, Rerbourn ss ran I I'siurtb l!n . .1- -Six furl, mi. - - cm... m. .. inger), also McTatjgsrt), ft to i, strslgnt, ' H,.nv .Hee. R iWIIn.ni. 2 to 1 for pi... , ,, 7 Marjorls A, III tlftsronds), e, i Bi,' third Time. l.i.. flying Tank, Cadeauj uallywag atnl Workln- l.ad also ran Klflh R CI line mil,, end seventy var.la Little Hush (4 (Derondi), 4 , , strsight. Wen i Htsritor. ids J M M..T,. ' fr".'r,''.!.,f"r. "' HusieV .... V. ' ,'.' -'' , '. I'.""- '"'ro. rime 'a 'aiiis('-i JU .llll lr.ilnt Ma i..r. Top it,k, Marehaway an.i 1'tsa Pol ( s Sixth Hoes- rise nd hair tasatsas (Isnh ll)T 1 Hut Hell 1. ftu , 1 ..n. Inferno Queen, fftl iKarrlckl. "v.nfor piase. second: venettar. IS1 fj McTimhi even to ,htn. ihlrd Tl'ii... Ilfla-ft Ann Tills- T.sv 1 ' ., ll It .. . o. Ann Crit and MH. villa also ran. Western I. Denver, ft. sieux on, 7. si Joseph. . Lincoln, 1 81. Joseph. 2. Uiis'oln. 2 oeiiod.i D.-s Moines. :, , Wls-lilt,i. s linislia :( , Top.-ka. 2. ' First game, i i second game OLD CROW Beg, i S, R Y E America's Finest Rye WHISKEY ftifii U iSSVaftj MAiNIJ MADE STRAIGHT EwtnifsTrl Jg-J " HIS. WHISKEY IN THE WORLD H. B. KIRK dt OO Nw York, H. Vi CHANCELLOR STANDS TEST IN GIG CLASS J. ( mnpheH Thompson Drives Winner In Feature Event at Whit Plains. MORE BLUES FOR PREECK Nonia Scores In Ladies' Saddle Clafls With Her Owner in Control. Whits Plains, N. T.. Hept. 1ft This was the big day of the Westchester County Horse Show, and society, which rather neglected the opening yesterday, turned oat In force to murk Its approval of the excellent competitions. Godfrey Precce. who led the winner yesterday, went furtlier ahead by cap turing two blues, and the hold he had on the saddle classes was emphasised by his taking both first and second with tlsher man and Catch tV Heason In the event which called for horses up to carrying 20" pounds, Mr. l 'recce also supplied the winner of the event for polo ponies, bring lug his total of hlues tip to five. Ji Campbell Thompson, the chief com. potltnr of the laing Island horseman, added only one first to his ."trlng. but It wus earned In a class that attracted more attention than any other. Mr. Thompson drove his brown gelding Chancellor In the gig class, where the horses were re quired to go a good gait as well as to show conformation, manners and sll round action. The opposition waa .strong., and after the weak members had been elim inated In the preliminary circuits of the track I.. II, Newguss. driving Midnight, and William llagler, Jr., holding th reins over The Pilot, were left to dispute the honors with Chancellor. They were driven until all Hire were In a profuse lather before the Judges pinned the blue on Chancellor and awarded the red to Mid night and the yellow to The Pilot .Sonia, the star of the show yesterday, came to the front again III the class for 1 ladles' saddlers, whi' h wa second only ' W the tig class In Interest. There was ' detiyliiK the all around perfection of ' Sonia. the only fault of the mar.- being a I ('"dem y t.i an exaggerated hlk'h action, I ' "onvratulBtlons were In order for Sirs, I HSfberl U Camp, the owner of Sotila. as ! wln to-day an the first tlia.t Sonla ha.- SoOret with ner owner in Ilia saddle. 'Ph.- honor was a significant one, fur amuni; the competing equestriennes were such noted hore Women as MISS Belle Beach, svho rods Chesterfield to second place: Ml"s Louise BeSVor-Webb in Hla- kstcv . the third hfirse : Miss Van Wyck, lUfM Marjorl, We her. Mrs, VOtl Kilne, Mrs. clark and Miss Jefferson, The p,iu pony contest almost had the excitement atlctidinc a real L'anie, for the competitor aer. asked to rld ufter the hall in pairs and to show their skill at rid Imt off. The bout Isptween Cdgar Y. Clausen ami Hush .1 ChlsholM was so true to life that Mr Chlsliolm rod- him self nff his pony's back. There was an other thrilling moment while the Jumpers Were h. i'ig Judged early, try the afternoon. Mr. MeleaUy. the previous ( 'lympic w in ner, had tied With Oayllgm and In tlie de rldlng trial Philip Boyet cam to grief as Uayllghl ayed the last jump Mr. Boyer went oer the horse's head mid Wa dazed for a few mlnutea after lie regained his feet. The mistake waa sufficient to give the blue to Mr. Meleady. The awards : Class 1- -Loral First, Mrs, B. T. Ktrklsnd'e Kiitgiii Hiossoiu. b f.. months; iseend, Mrs I: r Klrkland' Knight Spring Main, blk t 3 inonlhs: third w.itt Farm s Firs fly, blk. f., months ('Is.-s 71 -Horses .suitable for hunter- -Kr'. H. Bryco ing's Butler Thampsen, br. g : second Thomas and John Kenny' Madge' Pride br. in ; third. Mrs. oeorge wsllea' Miss Lemon, t, m Class .:! -Penle under ruddle First. Ml DOroth) Webb - rl'ieel Hi Li r. b m . eond. pewelton Farm's, Stella b in.: third, sir, ftv I poietnon'a w,- yt.-:resor. t. g C-s I HariKsS here's I puoint menl clasa I'lrsl Keii i Warburg - Woodlands Kmprei , blk in. . no ( i lumper- First, ie,,rps Hiie,i mil Hern ."I Hither' Mr M"les,,lv h PI Ili'.'er s tiayllght, br. g . Ihlrd, s Hrs e W III S Maple l,o ,f. ,., m 9 Saddle liorses. over 14 2 hand . liter ii. Hanley sir F.velyn, b g Harry J, iruhanir Presjd Prince, i'lrs- hilt inira, jnirre I'reere's tvi Bauvi reins, ch class s Barnes, horses: pairs. ,.sr u snd no sxceedlns 1 " i hsnd Plrl Leli men Strauas'i Potash n'n.i Perlmutter. b. g rond, Keiix m Warburg W Hand Bin pre it"! Quen ..f the we.t 1.1k ms sioru. irvillgion Kami s Lads Irsln iriingion uosslp, eh ms, i"i and drli 1 . -.- ., 1 , on!,'- t, I, , 1 ... Ir-I Mrs A, L Ura.hama 1'si.l.. r onwsr, h. I Mis fdsatrisc Black . ihlrd Tciis m Warburg's H-lla h til Master lli.-k. br Wo'Hllamls l.s't ii i ., . norae. up to rerylng on -I, 1 ....... .o urs, , rcei-e llJlierniall 'li. g.l s..,'oiid. Oodfrey Preere' Catoh a Seas,,,,, or. g.j third, .leorg. Croucn s. nilnn. ch K, Class (I. Police mount Kir.-t H. Creslei mr!",'r,"i "S00"?' tt,rl' '' Carr, Aou dueti hlrd. Bagt, i". s. iiar. aqueduct Class II Harness horaas: ah own In Ki I,? ' fi , M,,M,,h"' Thompaona Nsatlsdi' i hsncellor. I..- a ,.,..i t .... ' Mi.t.,1.1 l. . . ' " -' isewaaa. . . ' "'ir.i. vi II 11 ii ,lr s The let, bl g 'lass j Troti. t Kr,t. t II man' Mahlnn Wilkes, ch. g.: se. ,i Hon D W j sine- aiunoney s nen tm n, hlk McClenshan' Wltiasn n i.. third, Class t7 l.u.ll". saddle horsss os ,., 1, HsrsoV? ,"lcFln1 Wrsi Mr ffritcr I,. .linn m Sinitu . . Mis. Doroths Webb's rhesrsja1 r,,"" third. Oodfrev Pee...., i ,.i ' '''', SP . i, ins ,.i nilnl'Ts Plrsl, ISdwar 1 os i ,"an s i iverall slid I la s i.l I lou . v ."US . I'M. , n. um.,1 ci:.ss 7 Harnesa horses ,,s,,i n I. . ids second. .1 Damoha.ll t -I?!' .-. Counsellor, ihlrd. illl in, zi.oi, - . i lie i-tioi . t,r t Class it polo ponies V 'st. Uodfret icond. Pavlsi lush .1 i'hl . .-i" i iii ere. p Oowa' Cricket, U . . third nolin s Cntuimeil b . Class LI tiarness horses, uair, ,. la Slid no excemim, l5.. h,, iTs. ,,r" V . M Warburg'. Woodland ' tr. , " w',,a 'amis Bmnrssa blk. ms a ,. ' ., " ' , Ha. -ir Telephone ,,' Tlraah b " llllr.l. .Is.it, II,, ,1-, , Baal Boy, b, s. '"" """ .m of, SOT TP MACtrl '4nun I PURE RYE f T id