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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1914.
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nit nf'er making the (urn began to cut
down Solly's lug le.nl.
A firrl'un fpjm tho finish Holly (hacked
up and Trial by Jury cunie up on tlm out.
Ude of Lady llnrhary. There w.is a
Khnrp "itrimulo for 11 four strides bcforo
Trial by Jury drew away under the hlp
ntiu won rnthor easily by two IrnK'Im.
Tily ILtrUtry was half a length In (rani
f Solly. James llutlcr's ('.it illn.i. tin
f,i o: ttf, shotted Utile peed and never
mild Rot w.thln striking dlstiilne of tho
leader.
Adelaide T. kicked tip n disturbance be
forn the start of the first race and b.icUf il .
nw.iv for fifty yards before she con
m ted to bo In! to the barrier She hud
n t'orld of speed when Starter Mara lts
ei.ly let the r)M o and In Hip lint nuar
t.r of it mile iTfiiod .1 gap of three
lengths. ."Joins Kid mid Aujlade Hero
hnun a i.tru tUMlo down the b.i k
ntrctrh .ttid, mitkltiK thf- turn for hr e. It
looked as 1 Ailaile might get Up. There
wji a actural closing up In the Mret It
run and lluxtnn h.ul to keep li.ir.l nt w irk
i'n A li ml" T. In land her n w tiller lij a
ti'.k Met'iihrv brouaht I'oumic'te llleii
up w tli ,1 rush and snatched the place
from Andes li ,t head. The lime, 1 .12 45,
should that the track wax In good con
ilit.on.
Winkle lilt I'rncel KulLs.
Mrs. I'lyit h.tnoy's Winkle. running
In th i'"lorM of Harry Payne Wn.tncv,
wan iti.tdH f.itnrlte for thi Slullelah
M-eplf ohnee. for whleh there were four
starters. The others were nil well played
ind the rare w considered an o.. a one.
i .ill are t.'i ninpliKhid fencers. Sli.in-nm
1 ter, which wop th.M een I no e.f
tit out tho puce and nt the end of lh
llrst turn of the ennrfe held . lead of
.Klit pngths mi ,1 I: Wiilrntr 111 ll.i.t
.o.ng around the second time 111 Hart
ir down the lend to four lengtns nnd the
he'd win reduced to three when Kcrmttti
went Mjuik from the luck of Juver.'n. e
when Ihit gelding mad- a li .it laiulni-r
at the Jump at the beginning of th. n an. -stretch.
U'inklo seemed to have punt v
of rcstrve st.fed, hit tli nil of
thf llterpool Ju.t iitartlni; th.' I .at turn
of the niurao and would not ev-i l h. r
self nfterw.rd Tuck, y rtuh. 1 -m n th
HI Hart at thn last turn and had r i
dllTlculty In paaimt Slunnon Itivir n id
winning In it KnllP by rtften lensi
Sh nnon l!!ver beat Vlnkl b ii.
ilitan. e for the place.
SitiiiiiI Vlrtory fur Nutter.
Notter scoted hln pr.iTnl v( r. v in the
flfta r.ve whn lie had the moui.l on Mrs. i
IMynn Whitney's Virile TIiIh pon of 1
Stalwart la as much nt home over the '
Jumrs an he U on the tint, but It took
all Notter s xkill to Kot him home In front
Iawlonn and Worklnc I.id ro both
heavily phyed, thn former rlndm: the
actual choice. Tonre'inar i, th- efrem?
outsider, led Jawbone h two lenirth.
irotnc down the h icktr. tlt with VlrlU I
lylnjr thl-d. Virile ea.i.ly d'."p'.s..,l of the ,
wo leaner n ine run tnrouit tile strclcli.
Iu,t Xotter had to ke(p at work to the
hnish to ttve off Working I.ad'.s ruh
in the last siveentii.
On the sTinRlh of fast trlnls John E.
Madden's I'lr. w i ",i di favorlt for
the last race fo two-y.irs-old. but he
ran trren and never wns dnucerous. K.
it. Uradlcy rut' looe i (rood thine In
n.i r. f.n.1 Kt..r. tn. i!i
with visor, whipping t'roi'n start to fin.
ih. nars nnd Stars had the. Inid all
th way nnd won by a lenKth from It.
Waierson's Hunes. Tht. summaries;
,,
,. PIMST JJACT
or three. rmr-olils and upward, selllnr. hr
subrcrlptlnn of tin. wtih H1 sdilrd. lx turlunirs:
Horftf ami ate. Wt. .InrUrv
rices, kid.
AdrUlilr T . 8. ins Iluxlou.
I'onrltr llltii.j tor, Mci'ahey
Alldrs. 3. 1 0 Kritrrl-
Striker. I . no steward
r. 1 ?. 11
i.,'? tf ;J I
vo-i -i t I
arymue. in mitum 35 5
Some Mil. 3 Ifl lluirhes IS I I'M
Honiie t'h.inee.5 tl! Neylon 1" 1 4-1 7
i'rtht.n.a 1ii Tutnrr 7-2 ft-4 s
John I' Nlvm. 3 tn Martin in 1 -l a
Time. 1 1J I 5
flnn.1 ..... u.ftt. .1.1. In... - 'T fc, M ....
Mlfo-Tsmlro owned by It. J Mackenile;'trs'l'ncd 1
SECONf) I1ACK. I
The .shIUrlah Slerprchse for four-year-olds !
sndiiprd v lime, hy nibkcrtptlon of tlO; start- I
ers :J aiMltlonal. iriiatauteed alui! tt.ltXJ; about
tun mill s snil a hnlf.
Morn and ate wt. Jockey.
Kl Hurl. 1 10 Turkey
Shannonlllver. C. st Allt n
Winkle, aged 117 Mrlilir
Juvrrenee, n iji Krnnaih.
Lchii rider Tim, s-o
iMcrs. Fin.
,. 3-1 even l'
7-3 evrn 2"
13-10 1-2 3
4-1 13-10
OoihI start, won enstly. Kl Hart, eh r.. by
Fatherless Network, onnrd by J. K. Wldener;
trained by J 11. Li u is.
T1I1HI) Il.rr.
The f lash, for two y. ar nidi; hy syhscrlptlnn
of J13: starters IJ5 adilltluiMl k'Uarautrrd value ,
ll.rajo Hm and a half f.irh.tnt. i
Unrv and aife Wi. Jock
Prices, pin.
t-2 h-6 1'
Trial by Jury.
110 Dsx
tjidy llnrbary.
Solly.
Nuurrddln. 2.
I'atallua, 2
Chesterton. 2..
SI'Ica.2.
Pan Maid, 2 .
ll'i tlrTsvcart lo-i
N-5 2'S
3- 1 3'
4- 1 4
3-5 5
5- l
3- 1 7
4- 1 S
113 1nvl..r
S-l
l'J7 Mcahry.
Ill) Ki 1- rl
III Henry
101 Marlfii
nil H'lStOll.
10 I
7 S
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Oooil start won hun l.ly: Trial hy Jury. ch. c, hy
Falrplay I'rlnrtsa Chlr, imviI by Capt. 15. II.
Cauatt. trained hy J ,s 1 alv
FUbHTH HACK.
The .aratora llandiuii for Ihree-year-olds
and upward, by iibcri..m ul starters tuu
additional ont inlt and s i nrter
llnrse and aire Wt. .l ak j Prices, lln.
Borrow, a us N'om r 7 1 3-3 I1
Hedge, ft bo Niylim a-t -
Flyine fairy. 4. ll; iai s i fc-5 s'
llitlnny. 3. Urn Mcc.li.y -l it-l 4
Ilurkhnrn.il 1. 1 ll'iv.in ii-1 h-4 5
M Mill-", a 101 Mol'sintart 4-1 7-5 a
Charles Ionian. 3.. u 1 urn. r ?M n-l 7
Time, J l)i ; J.
Good start; won drlxfnit. Harrow, n g.. by Ham
burir Fnriret. owned by 11 I' Whitney; trained
hy J Uoe.
FIFTH ItACi:
For three.j-ear-olds and upward which hsve
not won thrte racs lu 114 belllns; hy subacrtp.
lion of tio. with to aUdMl- one mile-
Horse and age Wt Jocki y Prices. Fin.
Virile. 4 IIJ Notter .. 4-1 tVIO lo
Wnrklnu jd, 6.. II I Nrilon 7-4 t-S 3
lawbone. 5 .. . lln. tlutw.JI. ll-lo 1-3 3'
t'onnemara, 3 ,, lu) Ikinh.y 15-1 4-1 4
Time. I 3',i j 3
flood start, won drhlnc lrlle, ch, c . by Stal
wart ("hirtiblii;ownid by II. ! Whitney, trained
by J Owens
SIXTH HACi.
For maiden two year old. by siib'rrlpilon of
tin, wllh tuo added, live una u lull furlongs
Horse aiuI ago. U'l. JoeW, I'rlcis, I'ln.
Hal s and Stars. 1U Mel'onald.. 12-1 3-1 I'
Hunes II.' lluxtnn. 5-1 2-1 2'
Broomleaf . .. . U Falrbrother. s-l 3-1
lilnanilui: 112 llutwill s-l 3-t 4
Hill liuilliy . It.1 Uylnr 3 1 2-13
lii n tte ni Kid' rls 1J-1 n-i a
I'arlv It.' Mi'Iaggarl . a-3 even 7
'I lie Marchioness In.) Alei'anvy in l 4-1 1
Hrrtruda II . prt Niylun 15-1 n-i a
ilra loi Davles 1 3-1 ft-l lu
'I line. 1 07
Onod start, won driving, liars and Stars, be,1
by llelmi t-FolUes II. rgeres. owned by K, It. ,
Ilradhy. trained by ( . Iiauitiion
SAMT0GA TURF NOTES.
HAIIA T JWA. Atiic i a nnvei lour cr-
nriil rti hui Uen Rmnct by which the
nif i-t tll whu h it (lie nmt hnrm In tht'lr
rtipfctlv' tbl.' K irti owmr knowi nuw
hnt thf bor-ti to wt 1 -trt t th w-irnt n
ti.it )if li tn. bui tinh li'ipt h iliat hn will
pm .l' thn t'Jiunpl"'t f th" ohT bad own
TH" tac1" tM a pureti hjuirMni; proposition m ,i
(t u ii mr f inn th.i1 tbai nlnnr will win
much mure than hf m worth hlmielf Th
I. rt tn race nn Ital I'irr The Oovernnr,
Vim) rn w Miller" Mury Wnrren, ClnTord A.
hrun' t'unneniura an ('apt H. II. Caa-
Att'H Humiliation Thy v.i run aovn fur-,
ongn for JJ00 .1 corner
till t-rank J llr an In th tewartl
himI thern will hhort nhrlft for rough
:i-itn Jockov The llrnt mitt wan dlvt 1
pltn-'1 ti-Uiiy hen Kexlr-rls was net down
lor wk for rouirh rlillnir In th KIah
tfetke, In Mhhh hv h-iil the mount iu Janiva
Mutter' f'fuallna Kwtlnrli bad liU bailua
aken Huay nnd will h-oo to b cuntritt
wi'h u atable. bjtleu until h Is rvntored to i
fvor I
Johnny MrT-mcnrt who wan th mot
popular lockey h.-re itnt yer, hail hli nrl
i nnt after 4 I'lng period of lnartlvty,
whn b rotl IAdy flarbary In tb Ktaali
-'.iktH 1 put up a tcund ride, too, but th
u ' Mm unibli ti topu with Trlii by Jury
MihU finie-il the popul.ir Hanford colnra
i Kl mli 4t.tk'M. urnl tho ItUgrr wero
iiand from Aunt' nl.im t clva h'-r tcn
xuppuri .She r-iii n r etui I y, howwter,
I thiUhed ttfK to Uft
Hv -Alnnlnif the Sar-itotta handtc.ip Harrow
pu' Ni' io i tie aot-'tuni or niMuwnr Th
r 4h NUki-M nrtd $1,M5 for Chpt I'mutt,
Ut. i"vner uf Trial hy Jury
tti'urittit nf llniUinanrU' Tn-tlny,
M'KI. SHACK. 1 - Til- tuckdlauck
''I i" of ll i kiMiitack will h.io i ic
i t't-itiiiiow .iftrrruMin whlolt will In.
. " i'it m.d'ii' iioat r.irfM, vc of wlu'h
. fir an t,, urmin tho iuti
i i..o !i . TUiTD .tl.-u will t5 AftUn
k ii I - .ui'uj ractn, riwUieT r.u-en .nut
1 nx. Tm rijr.UU he kIiis at X
NOW BRING ON
('iinndn and (irrinnny liiivtnic
leniiN lilrlnlml nro liorr rendj
thr final round of (tie Darin Cup
the tall felloiv nt till left mill tils
thr trft liHitilrr
REILLY SWIMS FAST QUARTER. I
Win Keil root Aiiipliltilnn Cover 1
IIUllil In , .Ml ll ll tea r- eMMiilii.
fKt.ltAM Manor, Aue 1 lames It
Itellly of the New York Athletic Club
captured the 410 yard nwim with a
"m.lic.tp f l"teen x.cond.i at tho an-
" ,al """"'' i'tlnR of tho Wim:M
,,nl f'nlatloii at Truvers Island to.
"'' ,!,nl5' wm t," f-nt"re lac In
.the fast tlmo of K minutes S2 seconds.
jt. .Iirit..a practically the entire ills-
... ; . .
" .v,""u.
wln. a nrotner ot tni famous jiud, both
of th NT.'W York A C . flnlvhil i.iml.
upart for second place, with tho honor I
Boinir to Zlnnoch.
Kurt IJehrena or the city A. C. the
metropolitan fancy dlvlns champion. Just
Placed In his specialty. Ha performed
in better style and attempted harder dhe
than his adversaries, but the liberal ;
bandlcapa proved too much for
the
douuhty Dutchman to overcome.
The '
summaries;
10 Yard Swim, Handicap-Won by Charles
limner. West Sale Y. M. C A r2 inwijn;
Loj 1' lUnsnn, unattached (27 rcnn1'.
second: John S Iteillr. unati.iehrd (14 secondii.
third Time I minute 113'. eoiuls
Van! Swim. Novice Won by V. tt. Tur
ner, Wesleyan Colleje' John C Le. Jr., tin
attached, stcotid. Kenneth Sutherland, tinat
Uched tlurd Time J minutes 41 seoom'.s
40 Yard Swim, Handicap Won by James II
Itellly, New York A. 4'. its reoml): John
Xinnoeh, New York A C W seconds, second;
Iyo J. I.no'lwln. New York A C '14 seconds).
I third. Time", minutes 62 second..
FaniT Iivlnr. IUnillci Won br A. K
Done, New ork A t t point , with Mil
points. John 'F. Dunn. New York A C IT
polntsi. second, with n ' 3 nnliita. Kurt Meh
reus. City A C ll points! . third, with ?)
points,
FINALS AT UPPER MONTCLAIR.
IlllRh Ailnlr la Winner of Snnnner
Toiiriiiiiiit-nt.
Montclair, N. J., Auk. 1. Tho finals In
the summer tournament and a match play
competition air.inist par were tho at
tractions on the. Vpper Montclalr Country
Club links this nftenioon. In tho oummer
touriiami nt H'mh Adair vvaa tho winner,
defeatliiK II. French by 2 up and 1
to play
In the match play competition O.
I.awes won In Class A. lie was down
to par, whtlo V A. Sawyer and W. 11.
Podd tied In Class u, Each win 7 down.
Thn summary:
Summr Tournament. First Ulht Final
round -II Ad Mr beat C It. French. 2 and I.
?cnnd I'.lght -Final round C. II. Farley
best 1" M. Wood. 3 and 1.
Third Klisht--Final round 11. Stonier
beat F. Harr, 1 up
Fourth Klfht Final round F. B. Will,
lams heat c II Clapp, ft and 4,
Fifth Hlrht Final round A, D. Buiby
beat 11. Moore. 3 and 2.
GLEN RIDGE TOURNEY BEGINS.
I'rellnilunry rinil 1'lisl Itnntids at
lliiiiillriiii Ten n Is Played.
n. .... li. ...n v r 1 1-L... .....
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han.llc.il) tournament of the Glen itldge
J.avrn Tennis Club hepan to-day. The
preliminary nnd first rounds were run
off. The summitries
Preliminary Hi, mi. I - D. Ili.neill.-I plus 30,
beat John Ilutan. nlus l C--3. i; -1. V H.
I ItUharils, plus 30. beat 11 ' Hellrws, plus
I 1.'.. C- 3, j. ileurire Weston, minus halt
, l;. I.e,it Chandler WlUlums, minus liulf IS.
46. i. J. 7 r., J a Kult'in, plus 30. beat
J,7..ii i.i. .'
""V-i 'J, i. ,,',..
beat I I? Vr
plus is, ii i. il :'.
I John Sailer. Jr.. scratrJi.
Powers, minus half IK. S-a.
1 , t I., i:. Thompson, plus 13, beat
11 H. I'ulmer. nlus 13. 7--S. .1. J. M.
Merrill, minus half 13 and half 33, beat
r .vi iiruni.m, plus 3, - s 3, v jt.
I UrotMiell i.liiM half 15. b.it V II. William-,
ininun nmr n
-j. t
Club'
Cockttxils
'.V&M Si I
a. .;V w-iflsl"
MiyaA)mfrxyu;J&iMXW?P3
. , .
UAl iiKl mixing in exact pro-
1-1 poitionn cives the uniformly
- .. ii . t i. U.
uiminctivc lUvor that haa made
Club CocklniU fnillOUS. And the
nnff mfllnur amnot Vinrnn linf'i
oott, mellow smoouincao tnata
the reoult or npins in the VOOU.
AaformatetinlB.ClubCocktaiUore
mude of the finest money can buy.
C. F. HEUDLEJN & Dno.
Hartford Nuw York tondea
Import t re el tha famous Brand's A-l Sauc
q..ewv w m
,;4
YOUR ENGLISH
5 iU
lirrit rpt nlilr, Ihtie Aastrnlnstnn
to tnrktp the Itrltlnh Isles team In
to tirtiiitnent. Alithonr V. Wllilltiir I
side partner Is Nnriunn V.. IlrooUrs,
MAGPIES TAKE CUPS
FROM POINT JUDITH
l umi for TiathnOmfl Memorial
'IroplllCS WOIl l),V OCOrO
of 12 t-i- to 0 1-2.
WEBB AND PH1PPS SHINE'
j .... . .
Lll tt t'f. TllOlljrh Pla.Vlllfr
at.
Buck for Victors, Bc'ris
tcrs Tliroe Goals.
Nakhaoanmktt Pur. Auk. 1 Tho
.Meadow Hroolt Mairples beat l'olut Judith I
to-day In the tlnal iramo for the Haiti-1
Thr-rhr;,Bp.X
I. Witson U'ebb nnd Howard I'hlpps
rero feature' of the Knnie. Tho latte-.
iltnouun piaylinc back, cored threo soala
for thn .MaKPles.
I'hlllii Stevenson of t'olnt Judith scored
tint nrst ko,i1 of tha irame, tho only
one for I'olnt Judith, ami N. I- Tiln..
if M-aJow lliook tho second. Two pen-
..Itles aKainst thn -MrtKples In the first
chuklicr broiiKht the acore, IncludlnR han.
v.i.imici uriniKiii uir nenre, lliriiiiiniK luvn-
dlcap. lu 7 to U uiralnat Meiidow llroolt
ii. .i . ik. ,, . ii.i, ? i ,k
at me enu ot mo oponuiR iierusi. in tn
t.,.n,i.l tll.pl,,l Vim, w ,!,
.... ...... ,v... ,iw.,j., .....hi'.c
r.urixl three Koals, and from then on
h irl thlnr, ..oir.u. ih.i. ....... .... n-
Judith not scorlnK another ko1 tl.Wh -
"
out tho Knine .No kouIs wero mado In
Ihe third period nnd only ono In the
fourth and another In tho fifth. In he.
fourth and another In tho fifth. In the
sixth ehukker Howard I'hlpps score.l two
uccsalve ffoals and made another In the
' I'"'"'-
Numerous penaltle. were rerlatered
hrouirhout th fi..h,tf
... " "
taken off the .MaKplei In the first period
b'cause of a foul by Tllnoy. and one-
quarter more In the eame period for
ety by I'hlppa. Two safeties weulthe nrnln Hothlehem will have, on paper
rlstare. aBulnt Point Judith In the f not in fact, the etronet team In
rd unit fifth per ods. am..i, t..,. .... -v, .
reicl
n.n.. v mii i i a w t
.hi 1 1 . i . . I"'ultu.'' n. o.ui
which struck him In the ahln during
the Kanie, and hU place aa referee wim
(Hied for tho duration of the eorentb
period by Philip drosvenor of Newport
Tho lineup;
Jleudow llrook.IIYp point Jiullth
li-.-..
I N I.. Tilrie ali-Phiiin r sifiVU nin t
H" 4Ar:ari
J-J V-l.on Webb .S s-p, s. p Kand.Ilph i
4-Howunt I'hlpps :4-PM. p llamtolnh.
Tola!
3
I 'cm 1
Score Meadow Ilrnnk Miiam.
3. 1... ii.n.1., I . .., . -. .
1 Judith, roais earned,' 1; by handicap it".
... I'ri.niura,
iwiulues,
. II. total. C, liiJivnlii.il oal
Tllney. J: Stokes. Wehh. o tuunn! 1.
Slevenaon, 1. lVnaltleo-Aralnat point Judith,
salely by P 8. p lUndolph, Jr , U off:
salely by W llandoltih v, oil Airaln.t
.u.-auuw iiruus .-.mpii'ii, saieiy ny 1'nilms,
off. foul by Tllney. v4 oil Time 1 hour i
3') minutes. Keferees flenrsn Miliar nn.l 1
miu
Urosvrnor Tuner H, C Joyce. I
Tho iiamo between Rhode Island anrt
NarniRaiihett In tho first, round of tho
open cnampionsnip resulted lu a victory
for th latter team by a. ecor of 18 to i .
At tlm very outset of tho gama Nuxra -
frunHott took the offemlv nml cot two
uoals hv
ii. i- i'n ni.i nn.i Aib.AH.i..
lJrown reaDeetlwlv. IVrh.,- ih
exciting ehukker wns tho fifth, In which
IIoppliic onnm a cropper trying lo wheel
hl pony. The pony dnehed riderless tho
lonKtn or tno neiu, nut was Mopped nt
n! Kiue
-ntM tiniiii.e.i ivhn i..i .
,at. ninitii.trn, wno Had not been
In action lnco hln Initial Kame two
neon
weeks uko, playetl well for llhodo Island.
out urn noi navo tne treceiwory naclrlnK,
1 HotminK and Phlnim wir. th. .inin.
lllfn,7?o ii??,""";. Tno I'"'1"1'
I IlHOl E ISLAND I NAHHAriANSETT,
I ho. t-Jolm It rell. No. 1 V PlunUett
No, K Htoi.lHril, Stwrt.
No. 3-11. K (Jailtii, No. :E. W IIODDlnr.
No. 4-lMill D, .villa. No. I-Agitiiiii'l:ll 3-5 Chllla, Dlek'f ret, Oalar, I'ani
Drown, 1 ilium, Anavrl, Amoral, lratlir Duiter and
I mo i llarolil O Phlrr'.
I Reore-r.hoda Iiland, aoali earned. 1; penal.
ties h . loiai, rari'ai;uiieu, iroal enrnuiL
1.. iii'iiTiiluni KUiw. rell, ti
Ptewnrt 3. Itnniilni;. . ltrnwn
1; Stoddard. ;
n. S: PhlnnV t
land iife ty hi
ihe TlmelwVii..
l'enalllea Arnitioit IttuKle Ifland,
Qatlii',
t oft Heleree Vuhe,
Patrick,
WARNS PROS OF CLOSING TIME.
1 s.'uriea tor .nuunni (inic llprn Alnat
it,, !- Aiiiciiat 11.
i A Mnrnltifr lian been Huei hy the
1'nlted .SUtej linlf Amiwlatlon cnlllnn
i If" ui7nn prospective entninm for
,IB national open champlonahlp to tho
tncl tnilt 10 rntry UM .,. nn g,.
day. Aimust ll. i:ntrln Hhonld he aent
"' J,,h" ,,r" "Titnry of the I'nlted
stVeK nof AHIMtt.,,0IIi t r(,om ,,,
j (Irani! Central Tcnnlnal, Now York city
J'1" ,0'f' hn !,m"i"ll(,'l '
! ""j'Tntiles win be accepted after tho
date menllDticil nlove. Tho tourniinent
will be played over the cniir-o of the
Midlothian Country Club, Bluo lalaml,
111., near Chlcngc, on Augutt 11, 11, 20,
EIGHT BOOKMAKERS
NABBED AT PARKWAY
Policemen in Citizens' Clothes
Ornb Lnycrs as Soon as
They Take Bets.
WOHTHY BINOEN A WINNER
Two of Three Races on Pro
frrammo Captured by Dek
field Entries.
1 Inttreot in th horsfs juIp! before
tho aurierlor uxoltement of eelng olsht
booltmakers Up Ir.to th patrol waKon
at tho P.vrltway track yntoitls.y. j
A doon rollcumen In cltltens' tHlro
took advantaffa nf parsons with bookmale
Inic aspiration, for an noon u they had
placed their beta the arreits follovVe.L
"ever avaa thoro a moro surprised look.
Ing lot of men than the vletimi, who wero I
corralled near th H-i'nt stand, awaiting
tlm arrival of tho pa; ml w.iVn. .
Tho club aniioiinced that It would not
nss 'iro renpoiit.hil.ty In t.-.e ntatt'ir, but
li liltl iluhre aksctd to furnlrh ball for
thn deUniticnte.
Tho Z.21 trotters nm'e the bnt rncltur
on tiio t.ack. Tilly, n. chestnut mar by
Aiiuilan, won tho llrst 1teat by a safe
margin, but In the e-econd brit Todd
Mcflrecor came to the front and Tilly
fell back to third place. Worthy Itlnitei),
a black atilllon owned by Ulehard Dela.
field and handled by Hud Murray, came
lo tho front In the third Ileal nnd won
the race In the fifth heat. ils(aticlnK Tilly, !
which ntood to win fou.rth money. i
Of the three rucea n the card two
were won by Mr. Delafleld'a entries ,
Hoberto. lllnifen, a Ulntrn filly, won the
i'..rri.year)ld trot In stralrht heats.
The summaries!
Three year-old trol. purse, li.non'
"uheria Uinseii, b. f . by llingen (Murrnr) 1 1
Hotlvrood KVelyn. br I . by Ulntarii
litnian) .... ;
Hetty Hale, b I.. by Senator Hale filarial 3 3
On;t. br c , by lftiu-y Setter il.asell) t 5
Kmprets ol Itusila, eh. f . by Peter the
Great .II. U Murrayi 7 4
Dllly Ihnr. blk. c, hy lllnlnlla fAIblm i 6
Flora Hall, br. f. by Walnut Hall f.Miil
lady) & ;
Peter SlockliK. b. c, by Feler the tirtat
'hsylandi . , H S
0111a McKlnney, b f , by lrltHv Mc-
Kinney (Letvei. dm
Ttnie-::l!,, S:l7t,
Free for all pace; purse. Hoc:
Cinnamon, ch ., by Hal Dlllard (Alb'ti' l I 1
Abe Mvk. b. g.. by Ashland Wilkes
(Uarls) ; ; i
I Andy N. J . b a., by llellman fSmlth). 3 3 3
Tlmo--. IPt. 3:12V,, 211W.
Amateur trot
C'lilornid Crefvus. b, r. by Men-
doeius 'Lainiri j i i i
1 Elastic, br ir . by Atslelt llleldl. ..1434
i Jennm F , br in., iy MuK-uvlta
lO'Sulllran) 3 3 3 2
Oakland Direct Jr., blk. t , by Oalf
Iftim inaroai... , ...... 134 3
Time J:JiV. S;im, 5:11, J-'jo.
2:27 trol: purse, I too
Worthy liuuren. blk. a, by Iilnten
(Murray) I 2 1 t I
Tisld Milreror, ch. .. by Cochato
(Puker) i i
Jesse booth, b. r , by Pierrot I..
i berry t 4 J 2 3
Tilly, ch. m.. by Auullan lOold
smith tit Srii
""'h
1 NlchtlniiiJe, Nk, ru . by liaronmore.
! fmlthi : 1 in
1 Hell Cord. b. (.-. by Silk Cord
iMabrevi . .. is is.
llaron Oarry, br s , by Oakland
llaron lUrre) , f) ft t ta
Hame Usnvers, t. tn . by Dairvera
il'itmani 7 7 dls
Gift's Son. b. .. br Sphlnxtell
. 1 Clark) . 1 S dls
M si nt op. ch. .. by Malmhevt
iCurray) dls
Yermonl Ibvltlnl, b. r.. by Pelllnl
il)arl tls
JolH (ilrl. blk. tn by Illnjola
(Albln) a,
Time-2:i:H. :.!. 2 lia, : tli,, : Jit,.
Brooklyn.
,
.-Mlllnr, flnrUe nml Fori! SIkiiciI fur
."ensnii Schvvnli HncUlnur Tciiin.
IlnTHLRiiKM. Au,f. 1 -A blp raid
on the Ilrooklyn Soccer Club, winner of
the national challenre cim last vvlntee.
has been mado by tho Ilothleiiem tram,
winner of tho American chaltonvre cup.
The Tncony Club of Philadelphia also
mi' i ncony v.lilll Ol -nuaue 1 llllll niso
suffera. for James Cimnhell Its crjclc
hiiiL.t impDeii. itH cr-CK
, centre nairnncK. niirnetl to-.lay for next
LnunH nK. .f .1... t,. .
i .,-.M-,fu. . ,in rum uii iiiu iiivukijii vt'.itii
I resulted In Robert Millar, tho Inside left,
..i... io i.i i !.... ,i i
""'"ma Ul " .llUUIlii
, roccer player In thl9 country. Nell
I Clarke, centra half, and James Ford, out-
side, rltrht, all fllKnlmc papers to-day.
' Th ' 1.1.. .
out-
j Thc four meat were In the conte.t to-
day nt ltvlnt Hreeie. Philadelphia. In
which Ilethlehem opened its 11 4.1915
I aeason with a ptcke.1 all Mar Philadelphia
, learn.
i.".ui.i. .
4ivtnii:iiri(i itJnc" li'lio l lift Pon
I son's clramplon team and next season
will carrv elehteon men. Th. new men
, will etrenKthen several positions, but tn
America. The carrylnn of uch a notable
i array or talent win put tne local inra
In the position of never harlrff to fear
for nubstnutcs In caa of Injuries.
It has been decided that the team will
take a Western trip of two weeks next
! ; ' : ...
--nicaro ana tnree in ut. Iouis, with ft
-"te,t at Niagara ia. . Th. local tgn.
aBaJn will enter the American and Ns-
tional ohallena-o cim serlee..
, Charles .M. Hchvvtiira Ilethlehem Steel
1 Works are novr backlnc tho team nnd It
U ntntiul thnt thn wti-nt nnpnjl. ...III
. .. . ...
. !?. ,? n Zrl P w 6 "r.'V '
,L " -mui hi ln-tii ciuu-
houso to cost nearly 160,000.
HALL GETS TWO IN MONTCLAIR.
Tnnrnmr.it I. Riprrtri to'PlniiU In rrnnforil ,V..trh Conlnt l
Kiul Tll WrrU.
Montci-aiii. Auk. 1, The semi-finals
reacneu to-aay in tne Jiontciair A.
p tennla
' lhal h
tennU tournament and it ! expected
contest will t ended next weeX.
The euinniarlej:
neconu I ounu c.
I- IIh.I1 nt U C.
reenmnn, j. o-jj u rnri. tie h;t otto
U Chr heat (
Itmier. 4. IS 10; V. T Mlll. Jr.. bet
h. "?"". h r-.'- loh.n. l.,.,nJ,,t !''
jVhnNttln'e'tlT T-5 Dn1
Third Itoun'd Hull beet West, . 4 j
i""r"'l i7!1 '.V '77" l. v 'j ii""
bent rhrlntln, ( S, 6 1; llnrt beat lion,
7 -t. -4.
HAMILTON RACING RESULTS.
KlrJt rc Thre..yr-olil. and upward!
eetllnfr. puree ISOOj U furlongj Laura
104 (TapUn). to 1, worn tloliloap, toil
, (Hinytli). a to I. iecond; Ur, It. U Swur-
enaer, 111 (Shllllni), 7 to 10, third. Tlm.
"' 1'w" no run,
Scond rac Tliroa-year-oldf; alllniti
pure buwi nv huh ui luriuiiia. i-ruc
' tjr. 90 (Callahun). 11 to , , wonj riosala
Crockett, (Malone), S o 1, arroiid;
! t'assrmo, 100 (Hmythl. 1 to 4, third. Tlm..
ttOI HaDardaah. Almes Laslla, Colonal
Itanrtiill
Thlra race. 1. mancipation titesnieenass;
thrsyear-4jlds and upnard, purss 1400, two
mtlss.-Tom Horn, U (Urooksl, 3 to 1,
won: Tha African, 13n (Osddy). 1 to 3. sac
nnd, David, Jr , ISO (llernhuMt), oven.'
third. Time, 4107 1-6. Dorothy Wsbb and
llAille .loutftt also ran.
Fourth raco Juvenile Handicap; two-yesr-nlds;
purse MHO; sl furlongs. Mars I
im.l.1v. lla 4IInnvert. 2 tn 1. wnn: Mtr I
ildgar 117 . (Taptln), 4 to t. aacond. Kin
uei. ii inniiiingi. even, iniro, 1 inie.
.... . , I ... U ....... - Wm . ....... . . . 1
it Luve' also ran. Sir' lSd'aar and Jim 8v.
age coupled.
ilfth raue. llandloan: three. year. oM.
ami upward; on mils ana a quarter,
Donsratl, 111 (Ksogh). 6 to won. Arties.
101 (Smvth). 3 to 1, stcondi nernagat.
10 (Metcalf). J to 30, third, Time,
., n. ...II. ...I u
, r.c..-Thr...ye,r.iM. and upward; " """"J-n,Vn'r."l,. 1 N Z-J" .11 las llninlll Klr-t to Wear Title.
. sli furlongs.- llama Johnsun, ti olhir men to uso In hli place.
If), 10 to l. won, NIbsiIoo, ni 1 Am. Waivers were asked aome time ano on 1 Hinarm.. II I., Auk, 1 Mlsa Molllo
tx "thfrd. Tims' ! IMs 4 " ' Verkes. and the player probably llitured , Hnmlll won tho SUte championship to
nib rare. Threo ear-olds and up. the Inducement offered hy tho Plttshurs day In the llrst Ktiito tennis tournament
ward; selling! ons mils on turf. Water
ltly, tl (Smyth), T te t, iron; Cliff Eiga.
104 (Matealtl, I lo i, seconds Pinanaa,
lOi (Shilling), even, third. Tims, HJJ-4-5.
MAKING HIS FIRST ATTEMPT
4 4Ssr ' ' V
' ..-. ;.i 1 ' v .
V.
J'.--i4.-.'iUv. i-w'.. A
W t . Mli ' V. . V
IVaMHiasw
eis. iz1 v e)elR'f IE1IH 1 9 - t t i
lleprodured from dolt IllHttriitHl ot l.ondon.
Thn l,urtl 3tn)or of l.onttoii forinnlly nprnlnir. the coarse of the
Mhlrley 1'nrk Oolf Clnlt vvllb the ce rclilony of ilrlvlnu; off the Aral ball.
After ndlnl ttlnar that hr never linit slrocU nt 11 unit lint I before, he) hit
A kooiI tee ahot which relion nile il off n spectntnr Into the) reach,
Nollcc In (In- Knllrr)-, tin- sullies of thnsr vv lio rrrrr not lilt.
ONLY ONE U. S. ROWER WINS.
Wuldo Nnillli nf Srw VorL Jli-nlrn
nt Cnnndlnii Jlenlev ,
St ("AiiiAniNEs, Out. Auir 1 - Tho
American oarsmen had only 0110 (onsoln
tton tO'day ut the Canadian llenlov. and
that was by thn wlnnlrur of the) interme-
iltutn miikVs ohnmplonshlp by ladd He-
Ban. sou of I'ollco .Superintendent IteR.ui 1
of liuffalo. Detroit's vljht cnnvs. Junior
and Benlor, lost to tho Toronto Arno- j
naut crrwn nnd tho MlchUrnti elni;le
sculler, W. A. Near, was b.ntvjn tiy half n
length by Itcean. Tho Toronto Arironnuts
also won tho senior fours nnd Robert
Dlbbln of Toronto retained th. champlon-
ahlp by defeating Wuldo Smhh of New
VstMr 1., ,. U--.I. U.lt. ....... ....( I
...... ,,j t. ..-'in. riitiiji nils uulvm.l'ii
and Dlbblo dlmi't havo to extend himself.
Ths summarleh':
Junior alnrl srullif, llnal First, Ft.
Catharine.' It. C. Club. A. II. tlreenwnoit;
second Argonaut RuwlnK Olub. W Ken
nedy. lOvlt. 30 lenKths
Junior elslits. flnal Flrsw, Arionaut Hew
ing riub, Toronto. II 11. Clerk, stroke, 1).
!. Huikley, (I. W. Hogarth, lllch Mlatler,
J K. Hell, T It. Colley. C. J. llunler, J.
Wilson, Thonisa H. leiinlon, coxswain; seconil,
Hslrult Host flub. J. MelVinuld etrok",
Hlch Combes, V roller, 1'. K .lacksun. C.
A. Huihnell, third, UrIUnnU Hnst Club,
Ottaisa. ,1 Llunlnp. Uroke. j I' MeUIIUolt,
1). MiJiouiall, V li. Cummlnir. II, Mc Call re),
r c Duncan, 11 Wa.l 11 Hrovvne; fourth,
I.arh1n KowInK Club. .Montreal. II A.
Damon, lroka, J, V Owen, J. Kay, 11. I.
j m."'Ul "c "Dolphin.' ir - lb..Si, ,,.ln.
h, Ottawa HowIhk Club, c h'l. inliiK,
ir'1Ke; u rsraer, e. 11 lyisiev. r r
I wi'i'me ' v lr-.UnAi'idron' It"
roaswalu' Time.' -31
I.llnv. J. I..
Aiiilersou,
, .. Intermediate Minnies, I'lnal rirst. Mutual
,,"," "".i.'T ' V" "..'T.r " '' "1"u.,
i Itovvlnte rtluh. Ilultalo. David Keg-an. eeeond.
,ro OJ, Illh w a Neart third hi.
' cmharlnes, A. II OreenwonUs fourth, lllack
ltnn. r-t..,. . n.,
. iiuiiuiii. t. ,a. i ritrrciin. iinir,
I 10 minutes o sseonds
Intermediate Kours, I'lnal first. Ham I.
Inn niwi ,liionil. Tnmnln linn, T!,.
I i" ni.ilme'. 'iV?:0 "PW 1,m'M
. f 't'lr KlKhts. Kinsi
, tsenlor r.lKhts. Kinsi first. Arrtonaut How.
? .,:lu.b- Toronto, H. Harcourt, stroke. K.
.' M: 9: il T.rrlb.rry. Alex Sinclair.
IjV.i rvan?nA. C. Kellh" T"v on ?r'CS m!S
I Allison. V oV ,lin ft
'""r' 11 HnatlnK Cluh. Don J.une, atrokej
' fJT,"t,."1'' ..' iV !'"iVr''h' '' A. 'i""1', 'J'
Ki ViiT.'i'.ii..-S,. i0, r.r"p: i:...M;.hll" ?y'
1 1," V... '.""J '"V""' """'0. nine.
I w "hmuiti - rcuiiui.
P?"",. 'pec?K elFh".' flnal
VHnV,.L Howll,,!T. 4,.,hi..J- Wlls.ii. stroke;
J. UU1. A VV Sl.rlln A II r....u.
V lwrst. N. II. Meadows, j. T. Wnlii.r!
1 i1- "ross. V H. perry, coxswain; second!
JS. ''jr'YiL''''- j,:' niLiY0".''
! JJfJlr".' ." .J'-. .'VHre"'..J !?.0nald. !
i Nlrhol. U U lwn, ti. M, Eiinm. I.. Itam-
cj-nerson. k. pneppurd,
ffihU;Vl .
1 tsra. ft t. ansa, J. Ingham, u C May.
i berry. J. Murdock, Kay, N. llerson,
r."jraln; ,'1!,.r'n' ,D'i0',1!inuStc',l tr"r
:.r;ijn Aiiuaiixiircn, 11. j. rosstiiur, ll. i.
w Janson. It. O. Harthel. a. It,
H'.:r,nnna,r,.,;,n ,,
, .bl?. .ieind Toronto L"i'i er ' Time" 'ft-ar
' nAi.or0HnAi hT-P'r' JJ ..l4
l,,..nu.l On...
In Club. K. Harcourt, stroke, A!x Hln-
flair. A. C Kslth, J (llrrun. bow. second.
OltavvA Itnwlnir Clin. 13. II Pulford. It II
(Iretne. V J Harrison, K M Snowdeii,
bow, third. Hamlltun Hnwlng Club, It. K
(latently, stroke, O. C. clllllea. W B. Sit
farlane, J f Mahnny, bn. Tims, 3i07
! SMITH AND MARTIN REMAIN.
Ur I'Uynl To-mornnv.
OiAwronn Hotran, .' H,, Aus;. 1. In
i tho seml-nnals In slnirles hero to-day
Klnu enuth drfented A. K. Kent. 40,
e2, and I M. Martin defeated I'
J. Hawk. 38, 61, C 2. The finals
will be played on Monday nnd thn winner
will meet the winner of lniit vo.ir's tour-
1 nument, Jamen Nowell, In the content
for a leB on the Crawford Notch chillense
"UP-
J ,n" econn rounu in tne i ounies to.
i ,,,. . . xjo.u.n .i
j J.-y,'1 " "co J',,N,n1 ,v.1'11 " "J ,''
' V. Wllbar defeated W. It. tlaten and II
; H, Pchley, 8 2. 61 ; U 11. Martin and
. A. K. Kent beat J. II. Jefferlen and V.
I M. Illalr, 83, 6 It KIiib Hmlth and I.
Ii. Hawk won over J. lxx-ke and J. M,
Abhott, 60, C- 3, and O, T. MnJIory and HmiPbTCAP, Auir. 1 In a round rohln
A. O. Lee Kt a ifame from Hoeddlnchniia i?anu at tha Moudow llrook club thla after
and Montert by default. i noon, manaired by .lames C. C'olcy,
rleml'llnal reeulta were: Nowell and i team composed of Itobcrt I,, liacon, It. H.
Wllbar defeated Martin and Kent. 1. WllllamH, Jr.. Hiilllp lleer and Casper
8!. flmlth and Hawk defeated Mallory H.tcon won the cups ofttred for compe-
nnd Lee, 81
. ... ' ,.a
, and Hawk tin
2, 18, 6-
01. In tho finals Hmlth
dafeatod Nowell and Wilbur,
YERKES' MISSING FROM SOX.
,
Heporlril nntl .Not Denied Thnt Hr
Una .Itilneil IVilerols.
Ciiicaoo, Auk, 1. The report from th
I i:.it thut Htevo YerltCH, Itolnn Ited Sot
, .nn,i hnteman. had ihrned with th.- .
had ilRncd with th--
I'lttaburir Federal League team was prae.
tlcally conllrmed to-day, Whltn Kox fana
. i.i ...k.. v.-i... e.,nA.i n
"l-u niu ...ns. ... ,..
; . . ."., ...i,,, i,..Bi,i.,,
Wr In tha preaent kvrlos. s'teslUont ,
Linnln admitted that Ycrlien had been
niHstiif- scvr.rnl days, but said bi refused!
rederals was more attractive ttiHii that
of any cluh thnt mlixht claim hla ssrvlcei
a,t Ihe waiver prlc. t
iS ' '!.
'. . 1 iv?S..
fw'Tl 11 mi i in . xA4-4"J
-1 VJ, 1
1
, vliS'
- i .fi'1wA- - vrs.
1 LOWER COURT UPSETS
HIGHER ONE'S OPINION
I tFlUlrO SoffPr'.S AllinsiS WillllCr
Ovcr Wood Olcott, Driven
by Justico Tompkins.
Oosiibn, Anir. 1. The BPcclal race le
tvveen Supreme t'ourt Justico Arthur 8.
! Tompltlru.' trotter Wood Olcott and
County Judfro A. It. I', fierer'a AmaIs,
which wn on tn.day'a card nt tho matl
Hie racea of tho (inshon DrlvlnK Club,
nttracted a crowd of 6,0(10 person, who
wltTicsncd u tine afternoon's aiwrt. I'real
dent 1'. I). Underwood of the Erie Itull
ro.ul occupied Mra. 1. II. IlarrlmWa
box with Mrs, Ilnrrlman'a prlvato secre
tary, (?. C. Ti'ifethoft. Othors In nttend
nnoo svcru II. Ilaln, C. II. O. llealui. II.
A llulkley, John It Townaend, Averell
llnrrlman, Itcnaselaor Weston, Oeorffo
Orlswold nml W V. Hedmond.
JudKo Tompklnn drnvv tho pole and
irnt nway In tho lead with Wood Olcott,
Amnsla brnnklnir on the first turn. Amasls
)oon (jot nround and passed tho leafier
after Wood Ulcott mado a break at the
iltinrter io!c. Wood Olcott waa un
steady durliiK tho remainder of the mile
and Jtnlpsi Seger had little trouble In
wliitili.ir In 2;2lVj- The second htat waa
. ,,,.,:. ,,f .ir. Woo1 Olcott
a repetition or tlio llrnt. woocl uiroti
i breaklnK nnd not belnu danKeroua at any
time
I Vlllll
JudEo SeKer flnlshod the mile &
lenRth to the itood.
JudK,. Toiniiltlnn Is roaaonably minai
" Z?!, nrZ&rit.
' " ' "... v, hbl betweerv the
ar. unother race 111 be held Weetho
JudRes b -foro tho reason oIosob. Thers,
I ft" ext,ecVerll, lm .
, ' , " " n" ' v rJ
' "urt A' 111 1 , r
"'nmnr P"
L.-'"". V r,,t '"
, tlm decision or inn lower
reversed by the htKher one.
Sim Kohl br. h . br Fred Kohl (Iirlllird). t t
Pluck Muhorunv. 10k. I. (Vltneraldl 3 3
Kxlto. br f ir.rlttln) 3 3
Time-:;lti. ::lH
CIi It. trntlin:
Tinker, br ir . by Tooes M (Aldrlchl.. 3 11
Dlreditm 11 ch ir , ty Jhreelutn Kelley
itliirrrieii 3 3 1
Il-lle MeKlnley. h m , by OoTerner
Stanford (Iilekemon) ,...13 I
Firdcra. b m iTi.her A Ooode) 4 4 I
Tlme--J.:s. 3:4.
Ox.. C tieefal
Aniasln. WW, r . by Aurtrnl (Jndire 8errr
Wood Otrolt, b h. (Jtidto TomoklnH
Tlme-:::iU. S:!IH.
CIhm I), trottliur
Atlde. b m.. by Axworthy tUnriefi)
Vitense. br m iMMchelli
n li m lTown.etld1
1 l
3
1
3 i
3 3
Helen A Coimlantlne. h. m. (A. Harrtman), 4 i
Time -':14, .;it'4.
CUm K. trnlllnr.
Utf lire blk ir . by Drown Mater
i.Werdl ll.irriniiin) 13 1
Tli" Dxiiiim-. b in., by Tho Exponent
illurjci.i 3 15
Dond Ismte b. ff (Mitchell) 3 3 3
Tlm-!:16H. 3:174. 3!lm.
Clan 1 troltlne:
Elillni.1, ch. m , hy MiCllntoctt fit.
Millerl 3 11
Nareimi. b m . by Kd Winter (Johnson) 13 3
tt.iribenier. tir f illiirtcM) J S 4
The MinUelter, b I (lUrrimaip 4 r. 3
Little Hrlilo. 1 1. m (Or.md A Dlckerson) S 4 6
Tiine-3:'.'o, 2:M'j, 1:10.
Hum 0. trottlnit:
Mechanic, ch. e , by Kd Cimter (Ooortel... 1 1
Jenor. blk ni (Townend 3 3
Kin.- Ontrr. I). m (llnrrlmnn) 3 4
Seilah (irnltan. ch s- iMnrtlnl t 3
Do. tor Hue, tr h. I.Milrteh) 4 6
Time Siju'i,
Cln II. trnttmx:
lVlr.ce 11, ro ir . by The ltnbo fMontsynel. 1 1
)nly Hint, b m. illabeoeln 3 2
Anion Kinr, b C lllickliiiiiinl 3 3
Time-J.Jl. :;TiK
ROUND ROBIN POLO LIKED.
Wlllliuua, lleer nnd Two lliii-ona Win
('pa Offered IMity la Knat,
' tltion. 'llie ncoro was 4j gtmw in 4 y,
i no'. Tho lonltiK four wera Thomas
iiiicncncit, ur., j.iiiou jmi-uii, , , iiui
lowny and II. I,, tllblm. Thla team played
n time match earlier In the afternoon nf
...l...l A.. ..I, ........ 1,1. In.. tnMan
ijo.ils. The oppoHlntr players wetro A.
Mot'ftnn, Sldll") I. Itlplcy, (1, M. ller.k.
',,,. .n...!,,. illlmil,,. KleliU No
a and No, 3 were usul and, with flint
t ponlet and a firm aod, tho play waa In-
I ' ", I 1,,, L1 , ii.'?! fn- -a,.h ..,
tercKllnR In nil periods,
to p.ny four periods mid the winners to
shift to another Held and play the loaera
of Held No. 2 another four periods. 80
succt'Snful w'.'is tho play thnt another
oucreiwiui inm in" i'li ui niiuumr
roun(1 roi,n Wlll bo played next Tuesday
.,, .i,.r nn tbe fulliiwlnir Katur.lav
another on the followlnic Daturdaj.
for women, taklnif two out of three st
I from Miss Marlon Phillips of Providence
I at C 3, 16, 6 1.
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?Xu.!i.t x,jt. imhMhkj.- afcaXilaWiiat.j,
PATERSON COLORS
SAVED BY MULLER
Wins Homo Town Discus Tlirnrr,
New Yorkers Qotting: (hn
Other Kvonts.
G0RDEN MAKES FIXE Iir
Btnrts From Scratch nnd l'nsoi
All But One in 1.000
Ynrd linn.
PATcnaoN, Aus;. 1, Athlete m v,w
Tork, LonK Ialand and The llronx . ap.
tured virtually nil the prizes nt the an
nual athletic, names of tho Kmr. o.j,
Club held to-day In connection ith o,
picnic at Wlllard l'ark hero. Honour
a local boy, JJmll Mtiller, tho Amerl-jn
dlaciu chnnvplon, aaved ihe I'aterann
colors with his flno exhibition, be.ittt
Jim Duncan of the llrndhurat Meld i in.
and world's record holder Mtiltcr's th-ou
was 142 feet 8 Indies. Jut 2 feet , tnche
better than Duncan's heave
nobert Walker, tho national Interachn.
lastlc champion at discus throwing;, Th, ,
halls from Passaic, failed against th
veterans, but his 128 feet, thoush f
behlnd, howod well. In view of the
fact that It wnei the best throw of hh
younp career.
I.ouls Oortlen's effort to capture the
1.0P0 yard run from scratch was exrli
lnir. Oorden passed nil but ono runner
nnd he came near catch In it him In the
homestretch, the winner boinir WaKtr
Prow of the Smart Met A. C, who had a
forty yard start on rho fast Metropol'
tan mller.
In tho three mile handicap Tom Ilu
len, tho Irish American dlatanco runne.
waa In much the same position an Got
den. belnjr tha b.v.k mnrkir on a lari..
field. Harden failed likewise, but best
Gaston BtroUIno, the local boy wli
Kalned marathon fame at the lonlon
Olympics, for second place. Hardin
started from the fifty yard mark an
Htroblno had a hundred ynrds.
Jim Ravenell, a nearo schoolboy of
New Tork, won tho 100 yard dash with
ease from the one yard mark. Ho com.
peted for the HL Christopher A, C. and
beat out Edward Jones, also a negro
runner, who bore the Smart 6ct A. C
entry.
The walkers wero out In force In the
two mile hnndlcap, the winner belri?
William Plant of tho Lone Island A. C
who had a handicap of 45 yards. Tho
summaries:
100 yard Dash. Handicap Won by Jam..
H. luvtitall. t. Chrlstophsr A. r 1 r
tetmd. Bdward Jonne, Pmarl f.t r
rr,1:. ,.hlr, Kawri1 rrell. HI. Vlneen
ds Paul Lyceum, 3 yards. Time. 10 tee
nnda
1.000 Tard Hun. Ilandloup Won by Walie
Prow . Hmart Set A 40 yard., -e-enfl
Leols Oorrttn. unattached, scratch third
Jehn Hopkins, 8t llartholomew A r I
yi' .T.1.m,.5.m,nUte H 3-S se- onile
Two Mile Walk. Handicap- Won by WI'
lam Plant, I.ontr Inland A ( 49 i-urln
joond, Joseph Uurkhardt. llrunx Chu-i
House, 40 ynrds; third. John OolJen'.it
New York V. M, H. A. 35 yards. Time
15 minutes 44 8-5 second
Three iiiu Handicap Hun Won hy II. r
man C. Aekerman. unattached, i;o va d.
tcond. Thomas Harden. Irish Atserlcan A
C.. BO yards; third, OasUin Htroblei. Inc
Island A. C, 100 yards. Time. 15 mlnuten
fis stconds.
300 Yard Handicap Won hy Kdwir
Maurer, unattached, 4 yardn; sainnd, Itfiin '
Hchults. )znnnm A, A.. ard; third, Harr
P. lluhler. llranx Church House, 41. yM
Time, 31 seoonds.
IJIscus Throw. Scratoh Wen bv Hn!
Muller. Irish American A. C, li'. f.r
a Inches; sscond. Jamen Duncan. Ilrndh -
nem uiub, leei, intra, itoucrt a'Kf
Lone Island A. C, lit (set.
LiOO Yard Schoolboy Itela
hy Park Hehonl of Hlooinfleld,
J. Hall. W. Johnson ami (
Itelay Race Km
Aid. uHfh .r tv..
j. jieii, w. jonnson ana 1.- Klmth.
Pt. Nicholas Kchool of Iassale; third, Kchnoi
No. ti of l'stersnn Time, 3 minutes.
Atlaatlc League.
AT LONG llKANCH.
Perth Ainboy. . 0 A 1 1 A 0 e e e -
iLonr branch. , o:oaoiaa 3 ta
Ilatterles 1'rrth Ambny ltandnlph tn!
Hand; Lon- Ilranch-llarrnnd.i nd Jimlnei
AT DANI1UIIY.
n 11 e
Tianbury aaioaoaac.i;-
AsburyPark 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 o-n :i
Ilatterles Danbury Horan, Brown an!
Walte; Asbury l'ark While, CoAkley an I
Uoper.
AT POUOHltEEPStE.
Paterson .... AOOlAAieo 4(4
Poughkeepsle.. 33AS333A 1? 31 1
Ilatterles Peterson Harvey and Scl
Poufhkeepsln Knll. fcehulir and Hurley
STANDING OP THK CLUHS.
W. L. IT I W L PC
(LonrDranch 41 31 ,69lNewhurth 37 !l N '
l'ourhk'psle 83 11 JtW IVrth Amboy IS K tt
Mlddletown. t 30 ,.HJ Asbury Park O tt
Banbury IS 31 ,6U Paterson V. SI '
Vlrflnla Leaaue.
Portsmouth, Newport Novr a, 4 (f.rf.
gams),
Newport Newa ; Portsmouth. 1 (seynd
fame).
Norfolk, 7; Richmond. 8 (first ranis).
Norfolk. 3! Richmond. 3 (second rams),
Roanoks, 10; Petersburg-, . (HrsI asmei.
Petarshurp;, 6; Itonnoke, 2 (second rsmsl.
North Carolina Imiu'.
Charlotts. 13; Ashsvllle, 7.
Italslih-Greensboro (ralnl
Durham.Wlnslon.Haltm (rain)
Hmith Atlantlo Leaaue.
Columbus. 1; Aurusta, 0 (flrrt r'nl
Augusts, 3; Columbus 1 (second asms),
Charlsston. ft; Jacksonvtlls, 0,
Columbia. 1: Macon. 0.
Albany, ft', Savannah, 0.
Teius l.eumie.
Austin, ft; San Antonio, : (first cam.)
Austin. I: Bsn Antonio. 3 (second ga-nel,
Houston, i Fort Worth, 3 I first irnms.
Fort Worth. I: Houston, 6 (second ms),
Galveston, 4 Dallas. 1.
Waco, t; Ilsaumont, 3,
Western League.
Denver, T Ht. Jsteph, 3 (first game
Ht. Joseph, A; Denver, 3 (second gamat,
Topeka. a; Omaha, 4 (llrst game)
Topska, ti Omaha, 4 (second Kama).
Dea Moines, 3; Lincoln, 1
Sioux City, 4; Wichita, 1
K, I. T. lrague,
Owsnsboro, 3; Cairo, 1
Henderson, I, Padueah, 4
Paelllc Coast league,
San Francisco, 4; Loa Atnrelea, "
Venice, 14; Sacramenlo, s
0LIPHANT SHINES WITH ARMY.
Pnrdnti Catcher !'1ii1tik on siiiuiiier
Tram of (nileli..
Wkbt Point, Auir, 1-AIi'oif
Army buseball teiim finished " w
schedule of games In Juno the '
havo been playlnc; ball with scrub
teams for three weeks past with '
less success. Tho plebo class ' '
ported this year brought sonic ciod "
ball malorlal with It, which Com h " '
Strane has been trylns nut, and tl'' 1
nine has been reorganised and "
back Into action on tho dlnninn 1 '
Saturday, whon tho cadets wlll n '
Seventh nrelnient team of Niw v 1
city.
The Kuardfinen are anxious to nvrngt
a defeat at the hiuidJ of tho cade's a.
mlnlsteied ently tn Juno bcfoie th
team broko up. ami the Kanio pr"m! s
test for the proposition of summer 'i
for the cadet team, which was put '
effect for the flrst tlmo this season, '
Coach Htrang waa cngnRed for tho r
summer,
Among tho new men who have bee
making good Is Ollphant, formert '
PUTdua University, who Bils Shr'np
Mllburn'a sriioea behind the bat lu vw
tile.

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