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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915.
lynnewood Hall Gold Cup Now Belongs to Jerry Travers Yale and Harvard Fix Final Details of Regatta TRAVERS WINS CUP, OFFICIALS FOR REG A TTA STROMBOLI IS FIRST " ITOUCHARD LETS UP TENNIS FAVORITES SKIRT BORDERLINE OF DEFEA T ATHLETES READY TO DEFEATING MARSTON INSPECT THAMES COURSE WITH RIVALS AWAY! AT CRITICAL POINT Referee Meikleham Arrives at New London and Will Drill Yale and Harvard Crews in Racing Starts To-day Oarsmen Do Little. Three Matches in Quaker Ridge Tourney Are Pulled Out of Fire When All Hope Seems Gone Miss YVamier to Play Mrs. WallUch. 5cw .foiM'.v riijuiipion Pitts Up (inoil Fiirlil Airnliist Holder of National Open Title. MA1I01N IS OX 17V 2 AND 1 llcliiKiiit Horse Tillies Kinjrs County iraiidioap Without 3! hp.!: Opposition. He TnUos Thine- Too Kiwlly Wlien Mutch Is Almost Won find Johnston Wins. New York Contiiifrent Will Go to Host on To-morrow for Tryoiit.s. riiiwtiBtPiiiA, Juno 23. The I.ynne nod Hall cold r"P pa-sd ltn tho per- . t I.4niA IV 'Prnl'prs -nsnt pof.-c-.-Mvi. ... - - . wly when ho defeated Max It. Mars- ; liaui of Columbia, the referee, who ar tca of llaltu-rol, thu New Jersey chain- j rived nt the training ramps nt noon, .in. i the Ilnal round by " up ami 1 to Tho trip over tho course -a niacin In Uy over Ihe links of the llutitltiRdon I Payne Whitney's taut launch Tarpon. Valley Country flub. Jfav era won a ' ,cf,.lfa .ickc),!ini .nl rehears the ... nn th eup ii leim and Rln In ' , . ,mi lUMd -MeKarland ot Hunt- treW8 1,1 "turtttiK to-morrow morning tHS. iir I" t ...... n..-...i at in vi,.1,. 11,11 cup till years nw, " inn iiunur, p .... ....,. or-,, mil tin. Online i Mr (Iforge I'. Wldener. preMinicti an utter for annual competition. ... i . . Mmt'aH ,nt nti'nV In n ,i,,antlal lead by wlnnll.R he tlrst five ! V. Tho roRntta no!,. In par to one, otcr par Marston u-ommllteo'a boat will bo Karl l)odRe' Mtlti Kettln? some of tlu h oIm back Allicrlty alltl , bo!lt ,vlll .Hen ha made a 3 on th. sixth, tt ht I vtwunt llclmonfe: Scout. The demand Travers played his second shot on tlio j n,r iWketn , lh,prvatl)n trnhl!, of alith out of bound ' I both railroads appear to be almost im- other hole back. MnrMon won tho tenth , recpfl-ntc.l. Isx-al Rradnatos of Yale, liol.n- a twenty foo lnhll l"" who ha.t Kent lu applications for tickets! Altff IVHIIISi n- - iu. - -- - - -- - ,..: , , ,r,, ortn champion s lead of R up to 1 up. TMVfM won tho thlrtee nth lth a I Marnon'e ecoiiil hlttlm: a tree( ami ftr a hair ;alf,,V,1 P',,r1 l1? f"urternl,h : i-. won the SUH fiichtlnif. .larston won tho Ioiik ilitcenth, Traers drlvltm Into thu rtrMni, hut when the nevelileenth uuh UlveJ the match went to tho open and f,r times amateur champion. A Rallery tt t lea.t 5U0 pcraona followed thu Bitch. Travers'ii opponent In tho semi-final s Dr. M. K. Nelffer, and after u hard touht match ho was returned the r!nnT by t Ui and 3 to play, ltlchard Mott opposed Marston In tho other vcniU tail the Utter cominf? throiiRh by a find I margin. In tho eml-tlnal Mar !ton won tho first four holes and was -.rer headed, playing the fourteen holes liat constituted the match In two over tars. Immediately after Ids victory Travers, Ciaeron Uuxton of the Huutlticdon Val ley Club and (leorso C. Thoinap, Jr., rin dovtn to the l'lne Valley Club In Xr Jersey, as tho open clrtniplon w!hed to look the eoure over. Travers till spend tho nlpht at I'lno Valley, ':t will return tq.J'hlladclphla to-mor--iw to play In an Invitation tournament t the Merlon Cricket Club, given by II. A. Sands. Oswald Klrkby, Metro- olltan and New Jersey champion In !14, also has entered this tourney. COXNOLLY S 78 BEST SCORE. Leads Klrlil In Hudson lllvcr Rolf rhamplonshlp Benton Xrxt. Pausades, .V. r June 23. Stuart t. Connolly of tho homo club led the field to-lay In the qualifying round of the fourteenth annual championship of the Hudson lllver Golf Association over tho course of the Ilockland Country Club. Tt former metropolitan Junior cham sloa made a If, which won the medal Ij a margin of four strokes Ills card: Stcirt D. Connolly, Roeklsndi Oil.... 43&44 4 Jl h (t6CSkS4 4 tU 7i Oiirles V. Benton of SacKklll was In lecond place with an 82. nnd tho third Em on the list was Charles It. Ilrovvn. also of Saegklll, a former Hudson Itlver ciiraplon. His ocore 'was 83, Tho top ssark la tho first sixteen was 90, and live rollers with that total tied for the last tuco. i no lie win ue pmyeu on io-non-ow mornlnu. A lilfih wind to-day tu responsible for tho slzo of the Korea aids In tho qualifying round. The sccrest ftturt D. Connolly, ltocklan.1. TS; C. V. Beaton, fifitkll!. S:; C. 11. llrurin, tjltK UJ. U, J . lAiorali, Itocklsnil. s: A. I. feellrmann. 8af skill, 4: K. n. Wilson, I'.ocklind. 87; H. S. Jennlncs. Tivaalf.klll. T W. II tJhrrre-U. Uuichrss. 7; S. H. Etu. rtockiand. SS. It. U Smith. Dutch. it. Mj E. M Carroll, Ilockland. hi; T. Va t-chalck, SSj Carl Oslerh'M. Saesrkllt. Ill W. Wetterau, Dutches. 90; II. K. Dotv, a.jkll!. SO. V. Cokendall. Tuaalfsklll. (: U. V Watson, t)utches. 90. . 11 II. io, Ilocklanii, 91; H, W. Kox, Jr, P.wk nil, 91; C. T. Small. Itocklnnrt. II. Nelson, Dutchens. S. o. Miller, Jtocklsn.l, 9.-. V lyungacre. Saeuklll. 93; ;v o. Hon. Hoekamt. 91; II. Arnutronc, Kockand. 95 u Hrimths. KaeBklll. nt.; "trroll Muore, Siegklll. 9s; K. J I"rot. KockUnd. , A. O. Vounc'. .Saegklll. 49; t V 1-ltklu. Haegktll, 100, J. Keller, Dutches., 100; 13, A. Mos.-y. Ilockland. 11. F M Dyer. Korklantl. 100; P.. II, illvi, ltx klHii.l, 101: U, A. .oner, ltoek n1. 1 . II. 8. Jar!s. ."afRklll. KU, t'r II M Smith. Koeklaml, 10S; W ilVw. MtV(lll, 104; St. J. WllRht. Hoek M. IO, T IU WlllUms, Itoekland, 10B; C ShrrH, rmtehsst, 1(17: E. U. Stnl krr, no k nnd. 10.'.. V. II. Fallon. Hock 4. I 7 M T Mills, ltnvkbinil, 109; II. Oilman, Ilockland. JO'J; c V. I.oomls, Rfklaml, ll'j. w. T. Thompson, Hoik "4. JIO, W, i: Axnew, Iloekland, 1S7. THREE W0JIEN TIE FOR MEDAL. Trio of Lenders nt Sbmvner Are I'lillnilelphln (iolfcrs. Biuwveb, Pa.. June 23. Three Mr.en, all from the Philadelphia dls--net, with scores of i6, tied for the Ml in tie qualifying round of the i'i i,'; c , ',i , "" the e-lllU'tlAM Ctllnlrl, f-lllt, In.iUi' were Sirs. Ronald H. Harlow of rlon Msg Caleb F. Fox of Hunt 'tlon Valley and Mlsa Kleanor Chand Xf ef the si me club. SIlss ChinJIer and Mrs. Harlow both Jtl chances on tho homo green, but iws on short putts, wheiea Mrs. Fox 'rc-UKht 0rr :i ioiiK one to get Into Urn "ipl tie, Seeral women from New York ' here, !,ut jt18 Albert MacDonalil of nalnfleld was the only one to qualify i the first e.ght. Tho score: Mr. .,. p Huntlngilnn Valley. '' sirs lion.d H. Harlow, Merlon, !'ii: ti" I"""'"' 1 h.indlor. Iliintlnridon Val i M ' A K Hlllnleln, Hala. Ull; F ren h t. Npy. Merlon. 101; Sirs, y lurrv ,n HunlliiKdon Valley, 101; A i i ,,4,, liulnflclii, 107, Sirs. e. ' 7'"h 'ar'h Hills, 107. Vlr"'n ' lr " ' Mnrrnw, (Jreat ' arr. M. t'n M ii , 1 I is 1 1 ' II 1, "" CI K . .tlr. Klorlan Knit. Hngle M s (I. Plokhurdt. HiiBlewood, le.neite Mtorrs, Scranion. ill: ' . I'ox Hills, III; Sir-. WHI r' -it Hlchinoiiil Count). 113: H'l.r.it, CiiKlewnml. 113; Sirs - V 1 nilngtun, IIS. Miss Iriua U'aterhnuse, ' . Mrs. l. II. Curtis. Hi 10.11. sl J. J. Klligei, llrpenslitirK. , " C firden. Ilreennburie, ., H I.'iwrence, Jr. lialnllel.l. jl ' " Fsrrelly, Kuitlewnoil, 123, ' home, i hi mack 131. KATNER TO FIGHT FOR CASH. "'illTHlluln Cllllllipllin will lea,,. itirits-nr ItilliUs Sntiirilli) . ' . 1,1c, tin, welteiwelght ulna- ' i: rnjilrcii, will ileseit the ' It. mi Suliirdii) night when ' Tommy ttaid lu n ten bout nt Dm Fairmont won thu gold medal of 1 '.1 lite- llvpoa.tlon bv do. r'.i AMI Inn, tho llnstoii 1 ' led tlio Ninety .second II A on that occasion, but ; llKtil Ulliler I ie milling!!- Uilimn, AI McCoy nnd tS I Tilt Tn K will meet In tho star bout 011 8an nlrtt N'kvv London, Conn , June 23. The final adjustment of the oourie on the Thames fur tlio Yale-Harvard regatta on Friday was made this morning by I-'. Valentino Chnppell, chairman ot tho rcR.ittii committee, nnil tV. A. Mclklo- fl... !..... .. r Chairman Chappcll has announced tho otllcial boats which will bo iLd In con nection with tho races. Tho Judges' Imi . (,.111 l.n 1T..I.... . meir viivckm u.ick wan u xtaiemeni mat , 9Upt,,y ()t ,cIptl, exllaui(c,1 ,,ni, Rrndllntc9 llavo foul,(l thenwetve In this prvdliMinont. Search on their part obtain ticketH at the co p c, o Chappcll has devoted practically all of ins iinm tor tne past few clays in nr rangliiK tho raco prvliminarleo. Acting Mayor Alton T. Minor recelvl a communication from Washington to day stating thnt Secretary of tho Naw Joecphu Daniels nnd party will arrive hoio Friday morning at 7:30 on tho lHjlphln to witness thu regatta. The Dolphin will proceed up tho river above tho bridge and anchor until after tho races. Harvard' varsity crew Marled down stream about C o'clock this ovenlng, a cold and mllT northwest brcezo kicking up tho highest waves seen on tho Thntnc lllver silica tho oarsmen arrived. The freshman anil Junior varsity eights fol lowed tho varsity at Intervals of fifteen minutes. Coach Wray coached In the launch Pup. Every shell was manned ALL TWELVE CREWS ROW AT SAME TIME Conches nt Ponrrlikeep'.ie Seize Clinncc to Work Onrs men Hard. COLUMBIA DOES WELL rorniiKEEPSic, N. T., June 23. Tho best water conditions ulnco Saturday af- nell sending their crows over tlio course. For tho llrst time thl year all twelve crews wcro on the river at one time. Pennsylvania and Columbia rowed over tho course this morning within fifteen minutes of each other. Coach Hlce sent his varsity down at ft low stroke of twenty-four to the mlnuto to the brldgo and then had Wormser raise tho stroke to thirty. At this non- chalant paco the varclty walked away I from the Junior eight and had a length I at tho bridge. The laet mllo was cov- I ered In 4 minutes 22 seconds, and the 1 whole four In 20 minutes 27 seconds. ' forded all tlio coaches an opportune . lours is part or the trunk route to P'"""- ,. ,. . ....... ,u. ltoslnn. it n h,. ,v... ,.r .1,. i i .Horse A Are. tt t . . Jockey in wure meir crem imiu isnn uiw miu- - - - - . rArlavetock. 3 .UC MiTj?art Inc imi ifimnon Time trills nbounded. slrcet hTU'Kt' !lt b" end of r-'eventll ave- i Kulm r . X. .. 07 t.lliey . ing and afternoon. Time trials nnounutii. I ml, nut Mnn ln(,ml(( (n(1 t)( ,Jran, t.ainnimi.3 lot Hoi'man . all tho coaches except Courtney of Cor- i Concourse. A turn to the right Is mado ' p""V,, MrtJ'. 3- J'S- McCaliry.. If tho varsity had half tried It could tiullford. Ihe road goes by way of have clipped a minute off that time. , Madison, Clinton, tWstbrook. Old Say nice didn't want the men to work too brook. Old Lymo nnd Kan Lyme to hanl though, nnd ordered them to go j '''w London, Iow all the way. tne wunKer vaislty, However, was sent out to do It best, anil In comrati son with Columbia Its best was poor. The lido and wind were with the lied nnd lliue eight, yet the olllclal time was announced by Coach Vivian Nlckalls as 20 minute S seconds. The frcdlimcii did the pacing for the first two miles. An allowance of lhree-iiaiierH of a length piovod more than enough for the curlings. They did their two miles In 9:32, while, tho varsity did Hi minutes even. Tlio Juniors took up tho chase at the two mile mark, but wem s ow n getting started. Marcy set the stroke blub. however, and caught up w.th Hie inIor 1 eight nfter a half mile of lowing. Tho I varsity raised Its stioko lo thirty-three. 1 then to thirty-five, and at the list to Ihlrty-eeven. but it foil nehind until at ! the lltilsh the Junior shell hml a lead of I live lengths. The time of the varsltv 1 i'?.Z ,.H?.,!!ft .?.H." "'I'05! !". ttlule I the Juulois were ullli lally cludlted with y :3S, T.e rumoi th.i- Mum Would be m tesml on the grouml thai he stroked the varsity rren nun ti.c.efoi- e.iunot low 111 a junior 1 niv 111 1 iwo mile race was without loiititi'itiun. Coach Com tuny said he believed such a man couldn't anil for that reason did not lulng Com modore 1.111111 along. IJllm.t toubl, have mudo the Junior boat, but Couittity thought his hating rowvd bow in the Wll vuralty preveiitul his rowing as a Junior this year. Them I uo'innf In the Miles of the Intitcoll aim- lii.,, iig Assocliitlon hat. ring a man frum 1 Jtiuloi uew who has lowed ill .1 vaioiiv. crew. Mm ion !. Ilogiic, chail man of tjie board of stew ards, Is south mi a business nip ninl coulil noi be reachiMl, Courtney :,iid, however, that he entered 110 prou-st, but meiely wanted to be enlightened on the point. He said he nssuiiitil an In other sports that a 111.u1 who was grail. Hated from the Junior ranka could never return to them. A Junior boat lace, how iter. In college clti'lcH Is lor the puropKo of giving the next best eight men a eNmce to hate some glorv out o Huh year of training nnil has nothing to il' wllh age, welghl in put lolls rowing rn'onl. Jim Ten Kyetf gavi Ins varsity and Junior boat a two mile time tilal iDih moiiilng ami raced then for anoth-r mile lo. night after they hail put in seven miles of iMild'liig. Cornell rownl il wii stieiilil to Mlllou, I'overllig III all nlmifiii mlbs on II two trips. Court ney mii til lie has not had a tlnio trial slnre the crews arrived here. On tho two occasions he trlid swells from the big steamers spoiled Ihe experiments. I ,- :i 1 1 1 1 .Stanford stinted to tow 1 I tlm liial, but uller two iiiiIi n I'nach llueii'iia i'.iIIiiI a halt, the weal her being loo chilly, ill his opinion. He seiu Ills eight oul again to. night for light mile.' along the east bank. The coas1 champions ale Improving nlowiy, ul. though bow and No. 6 me two bail spots that (Juereua cannot scum to re-. with Its regular crew and all athletes In camp were pronounced lit by lr. Young. The crews did llttlo work, pad dling down strtam about two miles and hurrying back to hear a bind roncert which had been arrange.1 at lied Top. While Harvard warf making merry Yalos camp wore, a deseited ukiIi. Coaches Nlckalls and tllaiitnnl and a few visitors In camp had gonj to dine ' auoarci r.iyne niiney s iiou-ommi c.ipltlva lying off Hro.idUew, half of tho aislly squad weru m etioll throng'i tho dlago and I ho r-st were indoors ri""f,,B.ll,r .f!!.0ri'!0 f ,1,,KJ,onit' many liiiya eecmtd to enst a gloom over tho i:il camp. Tho makeup of Yale's gentlemens eight will not bo definitely known until to-morrow afternoon Just beforo tho raco with Harvard, llarnum, coxswain In the li13 boat, Is to steer the shell ,c t,n' rroKO ,n ! lected to take that position to-morrow. A half hour beforo the gentlemen's crew have their half mllo race tho freshman four will rnw for ono mile. Yale's varsity and freshman eights went above quarters In tho still waters of tho Covo this evninp, Conch Nh-kalls following In the launch lllngo. Coach tllatiltmi also look tho second varsity "o'r- A!" V," XTU ,W" I of'stromboll'a bead long enoim'h for the i back lu tho boathouso Insldo nf nn hour. , of ,..alr ,,,,. t) tu,h t'harle- aw'JrniL'l,1;,e,rC;,,r" "f"'"!.' nr d enter l"o siret'h on even ! t'Z,ni rt!i rfturnl,nK' . terms with f-urprMng. A casual lull- ' ti.r"?, m ?,. y . -!r,Vr.,cvnllt m 1 nintlon that ho was in a race w-.is all 1 Ileferco Meikleham nt Yaloa-.iuarters ..... - ... o i.n ' ,1.1 . , , , , 1 B J ,u ? ""I" b" " ferenco was held. No changes are ro- n . . 1 ..... ... . 1 S' , ,",?nJ ?,t"1 C'"'t' '""r,: ent said to-nlMit all tho oarsmen still til. tie. r.t . , , i.,. 1. . ... , ' lower l ieLr. 'c" !,r . .J 1. 1? " t, ' '? n ciV..n V,.iV. .. !i. ,. .. '. J. . ' ' Steam yachts Kanawha, Cynthia, Agawa 1 and .trendy, whooner yachts Constella- w. .., .j.. , ... v.,..,, iiiiirpni, .il.llr ett.i and Constant, yawl lrl. sloop,,,.., sicKeever had the mount, hut nt , yacht imwiiuii", iiris. nce ami , ... . , .... - lO Illlllll I l I llll'J U ' IM'C.llll I III ,1 f- l-VI'll- i Si,1 1 r,1,"11" ,11"1 "' "n,,,l.T and .:ed.faorlte over Mamie K.. Itostonlan and houseboats Santanta and , ppmng choice No fault could be "' ' ' fouml with the ruling of McKeever. who MOTORING TO NEW LONDON. Ilonte to I In- Hunt Itnces Outlined for .tuloiiiiililllsts, Thete will be m.lnv nlinnnl .,f Itn. vard and Yale who will want to drive 1 their cars from tlm tnctrminiif m aia. trlct to New London for the boat races to-moirow. The route I published this' morning that they may have tlmo lo I consider whether they want to make tho 1 trip, which covers about 12! miles. As urSTAw V tt t Jwle-y Prices, rin the road save for detours In a couple ! Utile Dipper. 2 l7 .I'slrliroiher I3S 4-S l'i of towns Is renorted In tro.nl mne h,i,U.''W.:. ...ini. Me want.. .. s-l 7-5 : long. There Is. however, tn I ii. remetii. bercd that there will be plenty of other cars on tho road and that tin. ioe.il cm llco authorities will be on the watch, so that excessive speed Is tn be avoided. Tlio road as outline! bv tho Auto- mooiio chid of America's bureau ai riirunani loan ana then straight on I'elham I'.uhivay, over tho llartow , ilL" "l,J ?,ht Trntcr-lrtHiul to New ..... ... . ... ..uciiviir. ino roau icaus men tnroug'i Larchmont, Mnmaroncck nnd Port dies-1 ler to uretnwich eh. Tho roid follows i c ti i .. .. ord. Darlcn. Norwa k, j through Stamf, vtcsipoii. Miutnport and Fairfield to Hrldgeiiort. This is about llfty-elght' nines out. i no ro.nt goes on throuch Stratford and Milford Into Neiv H.n.-n To go from New Huveii to New Iaiii- .i i.ii. , . . . . .... . .. i linn, w oicii 1.1 auoui iiuy-iour miles from College street go east on Chapel street with the trolley. Turn right with the trolley Into Feriy street and then bear right leaving tho trolley, ironic through Hist Haven nnd llranford In RACQUET CLUB WINS AT POLO. Three- (iiml lliinillenp Is I seful Ice llenlliiu I'lilliiilelplilii (lull. I'Hit.Atim.i'iiiA, June 23. In me of the clo-est matches of the season on the llryn .tlawr Oval the Itacrjuct Club polo team defeated the Philadelphia Club to day In tho IntiTiiul) cup sales by the score of fi to.ils to I nnd IncUentally gained a leg on the Chnrlcs U'heiier trophy. The winners wore allowed three goals stnti. according to their handicap, which came In handy at the finish, " lne' w"ri" outscored by their opponents, Tho Uneup: II ACQI'KT Cl.l'n lip' PHIf.A. CU'n Hp N" 1 -John It. Fell I'No 1-1.i1.1rln Munn i 1,0 , C ntS" S-K'toil'cVv ,"' r 4 No 3-Allr.d Collins 3 No 3-.tiex. Ilrown . 0 Hack tv II T lliihu 1' Hack I'diil D Stills 4 Tca-n total Tv. Team total 11 LATONIA RACING RESULTS. First Hue--Selling, maiden three-year-olds; mile nnd 70 v iinU Syrian. 103 Hirlf Itni. 117 HO. 110.10 .mil won. pros- ii. . t, H'J i Domlnlek i, l::'.;o anil 10, sec nil. Iiesch I'nnibcr, 117 Hlani. 13 SO. third. Time. 1:15.1 fi llusslln, Teller. Sir William Vililorti' Last, Noiseless, Wl.lie Mel.il. Ileuuilller. Oda Slay uud Cot ten Top al.o run Second H'li e Three-year-olds and ttp- Hl d. IK furlonKS -Joe Itimrnllelil, 10S iiPirneri, tS.Sii, 12 70 and fs ID, won. Illo llruo- 103 (ii'ltrl'ii '. t".1n and 1.1.10. sec mill, ilulirlo. 10k itjentryi, I! 00, third Tunc. 1:11. Alkann. Iltlicldn, Aletnn and liillloii King iiIho ran. Third lUie--Purse for tllllcs; two.yrar-nld-; live furlongs Jacob i. 101 i Taylor). 17 Ha. 3.Srt iiml Jl! 0, won; C.irdotue, n Mlcntr)!. 13 70 nnd f2.3o, cerond: Mollle IlllloH. :i7 Klirneii. M. third. Time. I 0JI-5. ll)py lllnlr and Margarcl N iiIho rnn ruurth Hace- Tlio II irold St.iUrx, mils nnd gelding": I w o-jenr-o'ili. . live rullung" Hills. I.'3 iKeog'ii, 1.1 no. (: So an I J:.:m. won .I nk 'Dni. lie iilmtrv I, l in mil fi:n. f. uiiii; 1'iue Hun, no iStlrllngi. Hie. tlili-.l Time, 1:ii03-5. Jeirv. Hlg Smoki', ThiniiHood ami Dr Moore al"o ran Fifth Hni e--Four-year-olds and upward, selling, nui'.e fioo- one nille and three-flvieonlh-- l-lxpei laiton, :ik nirirtieri, 1.1 .".a, 2 4ii nnd 12 20, won; iu-uLHi s, tO'i iStlrllngl, I3.4U mid 12 'i0. seennd, John Hcanlon. 107 IMC'iibei, JJ.no, third. Time. I::,h:i Hold Color uud Jmli k.ivuti.niMh .iImo ran Sluth Hace .fin furlouKs; til! ee.,).:ir-nlis nnd iipuard, selling; pui e oo -Char-lueure. loii (lienlry). 17 IU. '. Co mil tl 10. won: Luuehnru, n7 iK'enghi. 1 7 : o nnd III HO, second, Mitki't. His ni'llrlcni, IS. Id. Hilrd iitin', 1:1.1 1-3. ii. iv H. iv. Itcil. proiii), Whims. I.m-U Hose. Sloncwood, Itii k.i md Quecd nlsii ran . i ei.Ui l!,i. . Him mil. and one -sixteenth. i-en year nbls and upuuril. relhng purse .Oil Anls, 107 Hlrllllti), III 7n, 11.00 uud tl "il, won, old lien, IU7 (ilurner) 13 and IS lit, second, Alli'do. 115 ( l.-ip-lllel J12 7D, third. Time, (.1(1 2 ,. Wryneck Her niiidu, Slarllnoc, Hank lllll, Dundriury and Ur sJse ran. nf fi..il. e:,e,i,!llimioet Clnlv 4. nlloue.1 liv I alia 11 HSICCIIUI handicap. 3; lo-l by penalile. i;'nei -.. i; I 'V'iS.'T- ,'- VaMmuher ,,' !. ,.. 'lloal- citrned-l'lnlaik-lnhia Club. I: lot l.y LVl.h"'lu " ' ": 1 ,,V..,'roth'r '"' !.. TVme-nuht nVmiid ;t, nmimc-J.1',''"" 1 ".T""!' . ?, Y . - IIIIC, 3. OTHKHS A WATT BROOKliYX With mtny of the best handicap horses walling for tho running of the, Urooklyn ll.imllcnp next Saturday, Augurt Uel mont's Stromboll had llttln more than nn 1 nvertlne cuttmi in win ilm Klimi Cnuntv .. ,, . , ,..,., .. .,, I Sam "' M.-.MeeMn, also onlered lu the IlelmoM olor. was withdrawn and all that were left to oppose Ihe winner of tho Met- ropollian Handicap were It. P. Carman's Surprising nnd tho Mnrrone. Stable's Clarlestonlan, neither of which has shown ral form this season. Stromboll was a prohibitive fnvortt and what llttlo speculation thero was on the race, was contlned to tho chances of Surprising to take, the placo away from Charlcstonlan. The C.irmnn colt 1 Instlfled hU nam, br enfttnr out an - , " , , . . . , , . ',. i,, i,.,,.. ...... ?"ej,-p?" rlJ:';!':;.:," orn b",cn tho back rlrrteh with Mtromnoii, nam held by Dunan buclc dancing on the heels of Chnrlestonlan. Making tho home turn Duean let go 1 i.Al 1 niuiii-11 1,.. nuirtn .-n uiuinti . ho abead of Surprising nnd gallop 1 . .... i m HI" III i-U llll,. II'IIHIIII III ll.'ll. Ul the Carman horse. Charlestonlnn was , ,eMcn all, as four lengths behind Hurprlsfng. , "tralght wins were recorded for tho chairman of the Jockey Club when 1 Keamotis took tho flfth race In a Hel l . eleven thnt Included some shifty ) nin T.'a ters Tn -r was little confl- , llolmont surter at tht 1 ...nn ....... h . .... ..t-i. 1- 1 closcy followed the paco set by I'ian tegenet to tho stretch nnd then came away with Penmoure to win easily by ;h:eo length. Mamie K. broke well 1 fiom tho hoodoo Inside position, but 1 never could get hor footing and was . knocked back before reaching tho en of the backstrc ten Layers and players about divided the Rntll'". Hrco favorite- coming homo In Miccesxlon nfter the first three choices were beaten. The summaries: nii.sT hack. L'Vr !' ubTlPlloa ot :. with , uf uiiir nun k-iuuui ittn sr.irs (nil wii ru i h.rlnt,2 , . ..tia. SIMI.ews ... s-s p.jn 4 i.onien i.ais .-. in .iioniiMii f- b llruO'. Jr.. 2... .im. MclaiipRrt..lO-I 4-1 I Time, lml t-S. C.ond start: koii ravllv. I.lttle Dloner. hr. f.. I by Atronomer- Helen O'C ; owned by David . biueoa; cramru ny iusirn. ' i m:cnxn iiaci: Pelllne: tor tiiree.ear-ou. purse, iimi; ,is Prices. lin. . 7-2 7-5 l V; eeti 21 , m-i s-i as 7-2 IS 4 i ao-i lo-i R . IO-I (-1 It I s-I .1-1 7 ! !t- 0-1 K I 1-1 V Hill I11U,'. ..... . ll V.lll'll Keetls, a . hi iinpiiins "est lllh A: T.. 3.107 Corilon ffiKi'v fi'J-K1' Time. I 1 1 i-j l.'ond start: won easily. Culver reek. hr. f by Cllttiinl -Kadainnil.i: imtn-il by IheiHlme ijmltli. trained by li. SI. l)dom. , "m"' """" ,,' J ' ,.' ri-innx; mi iiuvc-rai-wiu-. joiir. ti'-'i ni furlontrs: Horse ft A'. tVt. Jockey. Ullian Allen. 3.. lot. Metaliey . . V, . ' Kl-u ti-lil l 't':." ? u r i''"100?; ,3 iiin.tii Do. IIUUOOK.a .... lo l.inry llln.ih Do. :i IU7 llnnklns U . I-.I if .sinal. 3 . .. .1117 .Hanover i-l s-l Illker..! . ...ln7 ralrbrnlher 0-1 2 1 luoodwnnd, 3 . 101 llurslls . . 3"l-l -! .' 1 -1 "enii'iurrtt d l.i r I in n i j Time. IIS loii.l start for nil but outlook: Ktlian Allen, b. if., by Yankee i owned b II. T. Wilson, Jr : trained Henley. ,.,,.. I Ot It III HACL.. HIiiks County Handicap' for llirce-s ear-olds and uiiwanl: by sutiM-rlptloti ( ;:,, ktaru-rs to pay t.i iiilillllimal, JI.SJ added, one mllo and slMicntli. llore fc A;e. tt t. Jockey. .Price- 1 n. MroiniMiu, i .... 21. imirtin . i-. m i- Uiallcslonil, I..KI3 JIC ey -I 1-3 3 j inc. i ii. Cnnd vinrl: won eiivllj . Htiomboll, rh. c. by I'olr Play Nt. l'ilill.i. ouned by August ll I mum. t mined b) H C. Illl hi'th. ITITII HAU5. .Selllns' for thne-yc.ir-oMs and upward wlili h hale not wou at this hurting, pur-e, fen. fHc and a half furlouiis: Horse i Aite. tt Jockey. Prices. Fin. l'cn'noue. 3 ... I" .Mehfeirr. 13-.. eien I' IM.intaeetict, 3. lie .l.lllei 71 S3 2" tlln-irrl 3 .. in? .tlalhrws. ..Ii-.'i 1. S 3-hon.-nf t'al., 4 .111 ttnldrou . 2.VI lol 4 Mr Specs, 11.. .112 Saunter . . '-I 0 2 3 ciiKert. n ... 112 Mcraecart .20 I 1 t. tViHiillalr, 3.... PC r-teward ...:! I 12 1 7 ttainleh., 3 . . Hi McCnhey.. . 3-1 cen s Phew, 3 . HO.. Allen ....MM 2U-I !l llroiu uneeti, 3 1)3. Hopkins., 10-1 10 1 lo Chat yMcl"n,5112 llniimcr .23-1 10-11! Time. I n7. liooil "tart; won inslly. IViienmise, br f , by Ilnck Mind lilltcrmoiive: owned by Auifust lliiiuonl ualutd by .s. C lllldirtli. HI.NT1I HAl'll. t'nr niAlden ltirre-t ear-olds and llliwaril L) subscription ot f.'i. with ! too addi il; one ul lie . Ii7 Hopkins. nine, ! is i-., Poor statt' won cully: All Smiles, br r . by I'nlr Play Kltiipci. owned bv Itotieri Kelly lialnrd Ii) A. J. (iolilsliiirutlgli. OTTAWA RACING RESULTS. lirsl Hace -.One mils and m furlong, selling Corn Hroom, lOti i Collins, b to u. ; to and I lu C. won, Lady Upend: hi If. vi; iSliAtee). 6 tu 2. 3 to a and 1 lo .1, sec ond. Our Mabelle, 102 (Cooper), 10 lo t. 12 in I nnd 11 io 1, third. Time, I ..,3. Monu il.. Canute Jean, Duke uf I'htsicr, Svkisle and Sluusolus also ran. Hci'oitd Hue- live fnrlntiK-, piirs--pil I'iikii. HI lll'imsi, I to 2, 1 lo 0 and oul, won: Hull. 101 iMcAleel. 10 In 1 to 2 and out, second; iiiiiiiin.nl, 111 LSniytU), r, to I, even and out, third Time. 1 .03 2-5. Itul'lfix. W'apco and 'Jo,i Hernstcln iiUo ran 'Vlooro entry. Third Hare Mix furlongs; sdllng De posit, 115 i.ttoAtcK), I to 1, to t nml 7 lo to. won: lira ml) w Ine, 111 (Aiiim), 'i to C 1 io 2 and 1 to it. second, lletesrlon. 10! tVari Du.en), 7 tn 1. 3 to I uud ii lo .',. third 'lime. I:D. Frontier. Kaiderosciui, IscliKiiblbble, Heillaiul and ilohlcap also r in, I'lnil'tll Unci - title und a nlxtei lllll , h.indlciip - 1'ounluln, 104 iSiulhi ii lo I, 7 to 5 ami oul, won, Kingly, l.'l (Ken nedy), 4 In 1, 1 to 1 and out, meiinl; Tallica, ion (Obertl, 4 lo I, elm and out third Time, I :l 2-5. lilfth.iv en nlsu ran. Fifth Hace- rive and a half furlongs. Mdllug l.elaloha, 100 (Doddl, 15 tu 1, 0 to t uud 2 to 1, won: I'ulenie, in iamohi, .'i tn 2, even ami 1 to 2, si coin . J 11. II, .ii, 107 t Wiilst nitliolm 1 , 40 lo I, lo lo I and & lo 1. third Time, lo'ilt,. ui.emiir) , I ti's TaP, Cnrmiicti ami llutilci aUo rim. SUih It'if. - One mile uud 20 arils, .oiling- Lady Splrllllclle, 93 l.VleAleel, 3 In I, r, io and 3 to 5. won: l.uil.v i; Ci, till I Mcchan). 5 to 2, 4 to !. and 2 to fi, recond; W.vaiuike,' 101 I llurlwell), 15 lo I, 4 in I und 2 lu 1, Ihlid iiinc, 1:11 1-5, Mr tic. DunuoMie. rogs, voiailay, Jr.. und Kllda.t a'so inn SionOi Hace One mile mid ;n ardH Ovulioii, I'll i.Miiieriuui' i. 10 to I I to I and t tn I. won King Hadford, 100 ISutylh) 7 to 1 2 to 1 and even, second. Fold Mai. 106 (Arlnn), .'. tn 2, I tu 5 and 1 lu 4, third. Time. LU llrlny Deep, Mltula, Iiuiulcta Shcrlnck Holmes, Hoia O'.S'ilJ itua Laird ' iilrkoaldy Ua ru. SHASOX'S B1G0KST IM'SKT MoI.ktain Station, N J., .Itfic 23 Charles I.. Johnston, Jr.. former New Knu'.aml Intercolleglatii champion. & feated 7ustnvr V. Touehard, 25. 6 t, ! .7. In tlm third round of the Middle States championship lawn tcr.n ment at th Orange I'vn Tennis to-day and thereby caused 'he Mgn-'t upset of the senon. The ir.a' -n wa watched by the biggest Rallery thit has turned out to see a contest In this ) Hon thus far this season and ther" Wns not a dissenter from tho opinion that Touchnnl would win nnd win easily. Touehard Is known 10 be a better grass court than clay court player ami from the very fact that In thlr lnil meeting hi defeated tho Annie: t man n.i'.v in fttrnieht sets on clay the lat- .... ,lot rlKured on to have a chance nn the turf tn-d.iv. Aside from this fact. ''" I with he ; ' J.; ,eV a; .' had a lead of , IV 2 He did not trv any too hard LI ,L n . ir.',n,i,M er- ... .,. .... r.. ft.fftl vice and the latter !.,ough. the. sc;re up to "I J. Then on hi- ow-i s.-rvi.-e. Tou-h- ' rd came with,, an a, e of the mat.;!. with the score at S-S. 40-S0. He m-ide a beautiful placement shot and spnar- ...1.. . .1, m. Ion .Inun.tnn i-iiii., ii... mad a dying stab at the ball, a.,1 the 1.. ar,a the net flMlll- ,i,l. .. " - --- Touehard was so muel, -urprls.il that he did not uo after the ball at all. HlthotKh he mlrht have returned It ana me -j.i-iio was deuce. This wan the turning Poi-.t of the match, for the stroke gave Johns- ton eourace and he played tne nest ien nls of his career from that time to the imtsh. Onlv seven ot the starter." ate still left . l .. I tl-.l..... M.r. 1!1 II. Ill 1,., i,l,l .i,n title 11 few e.1r. back. i.lAied tbroiiL-h three match' n reached the round before ff ail-flnal- He J ,..111,.,,,; a I. nintme tn-mor-ow and ! the w.nner will pliy 11. V I. trued in i it,. .l.i.(i..,.i ,,.,ir,,l l.irne.1 came through by beating Henry N. Hab-h in i nr.ilirht sets at 6 I. o " i' owirn ii tit fonrlli round with Hall. Ptonne " and Johnston aro I.. P. Woodbury, who . i'ea, Marshall I'eabody. L'- 'Vis bracketed with Johnston, tt alter 1 I'ate, who beat Allen J Head. I. .-.i M.miH a 'rhenekinortoti. who. , ... . . .... won from Lindsay Pomiim ai f, 3, 7 5. I'ate and Throekmorton are drawn together. .. ... ,., ..... . . ...i iR ' "" . ,.,., ",,! i.'mn.ui'u sirs Tn.fi.iv nun ii ichih- ii . , ,M, ' :n,h..r title to her long 'string. The Norwcsmi and American ohami.lon defeated Mr-. W. II. 1'nder- .' .,,-,, .tM in ihe tlrt round mis aiiermH.n """"-"' opponent only live nres in meir inn Tli smnmarle-1 Ml.tdte Plates Chamnlenshlr. Men s Slnrls". First Hound Walter Merrill Hal! SlneW. Mrs lloi ni -ai er I'le.ite.1 iieorxe m.W .(.-' . J a "l"f K. Touehard won from o. tt. t.llmrB bj iZ";n,t itoi....i tfsiter Mer-i'i Hall de- fal-.t It C. Van Vi-l. : 1 i. Irvine Illker defnti-d Phi Hp I' '"hew, 4 I. -4. Marti.l r-.iliod woo from Celrle A M.iJor In avfiu't. C.ustave V. Toui-hnrd lfe.ite I i". tv. Mai Mullen. e,.. c 7; AI.eti J Head Uefiti-d Allen llrsvew, 4 I. ' 7. Third Hound Waller Slerrlll Hull de. fraied Irvlns ltlker IS - 11. - 1 . Iw-cen- D Woodl.ury defeated Msfsh.ill I'e.i. hoils. c I. 4, t'hailes I.. Johnston. Jr let.Rt,l i;ustae 1 ToiKtiara. i h. t.-- i 7. Walter L I'ate Oefe.iiid Allen J. Head, 6- I. ' r.; llsrild A. Tbroi ktoirlon defeuted Llndssy Dunh im. l- fl J. 7 5 s;h irnplonshi ttooien'e Slncle. !-Mrt Rnund --Mt I'. ere l.l CI ilerculol .ir.. i li..tifil,T.on i ai(Mir"nr a,i. i. u. i : .m 1 tlwendolyn llrandon defeated Mrs. D.n.il. m, M. J.-. I. :. Sirs. New ion ...... ,l,.f, it.,1 Ml,- NI.liol. . I . I ill.. i..i.. tl',n. afa,.i I Mlu tlornflil I MV Far rand C 4, Mis. Sl..!i.i U'i. V, Nt, sir. Ite'eri 'e t oy .iefe "".i 'sir. ni, 11 Tuv'or r.--3 0 1 Ml ii " h II siiU A tested' Sll-s Kitiierln- 'rin , 7 -' --. Miss Florence .h.l.ioli ,ifei,-e,i Mi Kitherlno Poller. 7. t, -:. HJtir.t-dt defented Sirs. tv. II. Fuli-rhll I5lli lna A. Kl-sei detraiea .miss until- erlne Hrunson. S I. I, 2. I .-.'cord Hound Jilt- Comlnnce stordee! ilefe.ii,l Mix S. Henry. 3 (.-3; Jllji 1 lna A Klsel defeat I Silas Horetn e l-hel 1. Ion, -a tl - 5. Sllsa i:vlyn Hunk defeafd Mies AM.y Morrison (. I. s--:. ciianiplansiclp i iioiiih . rirst Hound Hilcli and irk detealed Ceol.i- and lleiinett. 1'..'. 7 J; Kennedy nn 1 Mad-1 won froin Mnorehesd an 1 partner bv default' T'hrni kinorlon and Dunham won (nun Konlgir and .lnnes by der.iult. Sr. .,1.1 Hound Hslcti and CL.rk de. feated tan tilet ami tun .11. Jr. Tnrnckmorloii and Duii'h..m'dfftated Knn-dv and Madid. 0. C Steu Consolation Slnctes, lir.t Hound -S. Mnn.'he won from II. Norloit '.v de. fault. H C. Van Vile! won from II Tail-in 1. ,l,ru,,ll 1 ( 1! t:ini,ni,n ttiiti rr.im I'arl KonlKer b defiult; D Mitkay won fioo, 11 S. S. strutter by ilefuult. J. P. Woll.-ii uuh from Slcl.altl by ilcfaul. Ii on iroio i. itirtrr ... uein iii, ... ri.iu-i Sloorelir.il won from tV. S. Slacomber b default. To Piny for urtli slilc Title. The fifth annual open tournament nf the I'nivorrity Heights Tennis Club for the North Side championship of New toiit lity will begin at the club courts on l'nlvi rslty avenue. Just south nf Ford ham road, on Fatutday. July 3 The events will be men's singles and doubles and consolation single-. POSSIBLE WINNERS AT JAMAICA TRACK TO-DAY lirsl Hare High llnr. lliue Hoik, llriiomvale. Mi'iind llarr I'liton, Urn (Hiliier, llohlni'tlii. Third Harp Top n' th' Morning, Plv), spi, shell. Inurlh Hare llelmnnt Lntrj, l iiiiliilsl. success. liflh Hare llrapeshnt, lllla llr.v sou, Mark II, I'uliii nK. Slxlli Hai'' Orllu K rip p, .tmnltl, Joe lliihuhl. TO-DAY'S CARD FOR JAMAICA. First ltae-For two vear old: !lnu; live ftuloiuis: Hull llors.1 UO Little Alta mti Lady Mkln I"'' l.vim Mi ' Hianlnu nb'IMiia. Ketiu i nil Tubnlo P'sHivan . mi I'liimii." 10". lie (ircmer i1 llroicm lie . . .. 1u:Hclle ul tile Kitellen '. HI lie llni'll i!l Seiniiil Itii'c-iiir thu e-ye:n olds and tip ward; illin; one mile and an eiuhlii I I -.ttt.it llo Ism l.lllil 10 Hell l,lll!is' . 107 Kobilicll.l 10 i Third It. in- Michigan Handicap, for three venr nlds: sis lurlons: ' Tup u' Hi' Moriuii. I. I'n) "s l.nly II uli.iry . bv Hhlue M.iuleii 'i. 1 stcii Shell . . .Ui I I'nui'lh Hiice-iho Suflolk. fur twocar i olds: sclhiu,; live and a half lurlonjs i Vltrii l I'I'liStlei e-i . .' Iltil Tina a l.iiu lu'. Tiiliolo in. i Fei'lirivk . 10'' Fetllliusl lis Ten Cnldr ... I."1 1 llin- Hoik l-'ilth Itace For four- car olds and upward, j sclhiu ; six luilniiih I uiln .iimiiiie.. ii, hlla I i i i n . mj drapeshol HMIiir Umper lo Hryad H. Hill Slre.uu to. Fro H.i.ily Oriiu ml It tilery U.'Mii-k II Kubauks im Sixth Hace 1 nr ihrep.year nlds and up ward: nihil.'; one mllo mid a sixteenth AmaJll .. llllloiihlct 100 llrlin Krlop .. ,110 Athena VI Joe Dlbold ........ Ul Three ltn- , ier- ii. il. ii,,nL, itM.. M,nmn',.niln lawn tennis tournament ui ir.o .-h'-w .'nw ItoCllKM.K, June 23.- Uochello Toniiln Club wein wllhtn an 1 and Ilmiti-r won tao game and eventu nee of being defeated to-day, but man- al'V "on tho w.t. at 1311. Hammett ar;ed to Mtavo off the Impending dls- aster. In the third round of the women's single Mrs. Hoyal Victor came wit h'n 1 s tournn-' on point ' of defeating MLs Florence ,. ,,,., ,, . .. . .... . , .. mils ( in 1 Il.ibn, in the twelfth same of the third , ie Mgn-t eet, hU' was beaten out. at li 4, 2 6,1 eet, bu' was beaten out, at ii 4, 2 6, -7. It so turned out that Mi'" llnlllu, after having tho closo call with Mrs. Victor, hud to experience defeat later after be ing herself within an ace of winning. In the eeml-flniil round aha met Mies Marie Wagner, tho New York State champion, and thrlco enmo within u point of beating the Hamilton Grange girl, only to lose out, at 61, 2 C, 11 !'. M!-s Wagner victory puts hi-r nn ine 11 ai rounii against .irs. ii.irger- waimch. wi,ocii1bed,hWuFhii.e.i5,.i. In the final round against Mrs. Ilarger- I.,. H... ....... Mi 11.1. I, IJ3 -iiiiiij.ii ,11, .HIPI" .Mini llljtf hnpl lu Mralgh. sets, at ,1-2. e;3. IVanci. T. Hunter, termer C,.rnll I'lnn-r. was m the shadow of defeat at " - II..iiii..t. nut a 10 0Jt "' tn " '1"A Tli.n'-- Si".. tht of either M's, i,,.,m or M.ss Uag- - , .-- . the haMIe THREE REGATTAS SATURDAY. llnnilli-iips 11n1 c.l for 1 nclil- In lllit lins of Itnclnir. Il.tr.dicipper Charles 1". Tower ha- an- l-land rnce of the New York Athletic Club. In tlm fcVuwatiliaka Corinthian races the cht- will -all In their uhu.u cl.ie. but ihere will tie several ab. nrilinoil Him nl nn'.ifii.... In llu ..n... fri I ,1.- ...... r...Mt . . ........ .. .1 I be sailed ha:u,day for the hardlcap j , Vlf i ,i e nn . tcur "ha. p o Velnda.me to-n.ght I I .,..1,. h; ..,. . 1.1. f . .. . . . . . . 'i. ..' . I mile motoi paced ra o fur the llitin.i r.L.-nll.i i.f the Ssn.mluk.i t'n. il. .1 t -.1.., i?i-.i J .... I 0,11 of threo li-a.s amnngi ..,n.ui,. vu. i. -...i ,i. iiimu ... ..." .... .... ..:. ' ..... ., J. 1 ueorqcs Sires and tutor I- . . - n iu'ii v. . iiiii s's-'.' M ills- n-i I ills, J III' K'11M IJ1IL Me, ami some will comp.'te In nnCth,iils mile ..iiwH-ur r.nmtleap from the fli In the long dltatice event. The . sixty yaid mark. han-lu-.p. : m;.v.miaka ruuia tiii.xa. L-ir, Division .Miita snd Anoret. srilrhi OH. S fr cent.; Dortn.la. H, .C. 4 cent. se. onJ Dlvls.oii Veda, seratrh; Arll. 1 per cent. , H. l wing and Sali l. l' pr "i". rN.h: LUllao ..nn M'gnon : per cent i.Hrli I'l.rii a nr r ,nl. . lvenmulr. 4 nr iiutor snd Nat'i. . ntr cent I,,, (,. vutnr. l per cent.; ientanj. 7 Third Division Nstonis serat(-h: Itobln Iloo.l III. : pr rent., Tnlnkl". :j rr I . . tt - .... ..,,'.: i-ireflv ' ner Vent. Peg, 4 per i tVurthDIvMo., I I,rro- 2 percent . tt nlte i jp. p-r cent I UI.OCW ISLAND It.ti.L. Antta and Amoret. ecratrh. Natonia. Z'i i ,,fr cent. okse. a ner eent., Dorln.la. 3, p,r rtm-. AllIajA, Caroline and Veda. 1 ic-r cent eseh. Itr.l.ln Hood III.. 4ii ci.r ent.: Twinkle and Ariil. u tier tent eavh Snora. Jolly IloKer. p'allv IX. and lied ' tv Ing. Si per erni. cl.. I.ll-I.in ,.nd Ml. n.m, per cent. emh. IV c. f'i pr cut.. (. r, KVnuiulr sti.l e'lu are. 7 nsr riit.. Keninulr snd .--ft lla IM-! Cl'lll each, Me.Untor dH't .Naillj, si per rent en, h. Pire'W. J per tent.. Vic tory. 9 'i per ie.it ; Sentiinn and PitnpiTo, io per -ent . White rap 11 per cent. 'n tho lower ha the reiratta will be with the Atlantic YaeM Club, and the alliwanc'S for the laces In this re. gattn, llKiir.il by John It. ilrophy, lire: fecund DUIini Joy, srrstrh, Ml.tr.il. per cent.. 1'nteiens. l.u Cubana slid SI. and K. s p.-r iiit. oaili; mf and Infer. y c,r cent., si.iy. iv per com. : eteriiiig. sw per ivcit I Third Division-Anna, scratch t.eum. : per . -in ; Hug I.. 10 pe Sun- , per cent.; i Wukan II. and llelH. !.' per cent.; 1 Llle. n, i; per cent. Nali Si) per rent. JAMAICA TURF JOTTINGS. U'-iiPis nf 4uiiu-'t. The t'Jevrl.inl '"'' "111 ship eleh, hon... Iron, Job.- 'own. N .!.. to-day and then' hue been i l'-Pae.l for the r. lug umlet the nu-plr,, of the liucens l'ounl j.e key flilli. .Mat Hlr' h l.ouuhl Slick 11 Hubanks ; rrc-u s .ionro i urK on account ot r i .11. Lenialr. nnd 111" r.eldlna a enlrrad I in ihe l.rtnalre enlois In Hi. filth raie. i j I'rnian's lialn-bureugli was en- tr,i the eeiond an. I ttfth riess lie ,..,,..,! n, ,-orid and alter rauslng ton- .I.i..r..lile trouble at Hie mart itnlshnl ii ,,lf tH.i,,i l)lllt r ,p,.ctalnr , , ,K,It h rA ,,,, ,,., tl,at )m ., , wariultig up fur the tilth. It seem fatal to make jii entry of John I 11. SI nlden tavorlte. sprint carried th iihiry and wlilt hoops in the tlrst ruco niij wis alw.iv- the i tioic. sin was i , ''."'l' bf,k. -;'.n" ","'r th" tdrl u utier Hi start and . hl.l.htf.l loithfd tlio loonv. ' , John tvhalen was something of a tnonop. jnil.t i.i the tlrst ra.-e lie trained Lllll' i limner, which won for David i:i,l,,in. and I also prejured Kdltli lliutnaiiti. which ran) (third In lite color of tl .1. Leonard ' vnlre.v Miller'. Itointer put in cood . w urK mi ine nrvoititii iiandb in yesterday nioruine. With Itutwell lu the saddle h went a mile and a n iarter lu 210), covering th mile In 1 11 3-5. Tartar worked a mile and a quarter in 2:tl. and Hut khorn. ahbh at.o mav he pointed for lb Itrooklyti, turned u mils t ilher easily In 1:10 2-5. It whs said yesterdsv thit L. S Thomp son would Stan both Hal tuolilcou and un In Ihe llrooklyn llindlcap. Th former has niHiclsni speed to Insure pile f,s! C'luUKll lo suit Itorrow One of the best things of the meeting vent wrong when Outlook was left stand ing In the third rac This maro was burked from t to 5 to vrn money nnd after losing a dozen lengths st th start went nn to finish sscond lo Kthatl Allen, whb h broke In front mid led all the way. 1 Charleston!. in Is apparently due for a j spell It, the birn. Ho puied up tame after I I'nlshins la't III tho Kings County Han Idlrap. Matt ttinn has been appointed steward to represent Philip J. Dwer nt ihe Queens County jocl.-'j- Club meeting, IntercollegiateBoatRaces Highland Poughittpstt Count Monday, June 28th, 1915 Sf trial Trains via West Shore Railroad LKAVI5 NHW YORK ( nttlamlt .street. Ill 20, 11 IS a.m. West 4.'nd Street, in 15, II W, 11.43 e.m. (Duyo'ac'inonl) Cortlandt Sheet, II 40 a m. farhr Ci) West l?nd Street, 12 UU noon " " Returning after races $2.SO Round Trip Observation Train Tickets On Sale al 119 and 1216 llrnadway. New York 3W 1'ulton Street. Brooklyn. N Y. I'or particulars, addreasiicn, hast Pass Atreit. 1316 lltoadvvay. N Y, New Veil: Ttsac 1)10 Mid. Si. PrfncJcB! 'rini 1(7 Mils ncr. Hammett won the tlivt e!, itTATJKl! M A .MKhl IvIMAI i. na unii tne le iu in ;no socnnn, si Ho tnailo two double ( faults which brought tho c.mie to douco Hiuni-'j ui ii.ivo iiiiiucrn cincoefi Hain In the third set, when he started with n rU9;, all,j 0j nt 4 gAmci, to 1, but once wore Hunter tightened up. nnd when darkn.-s, oompc;b d then, to stop piajr the erstwhile Cornelllan w.im in the lead, nt ;.0 Tlm Bllmmnr ; ,,,,,1., ....... Uuaksr llltlko ('hntunlonihlii Wumen1 fun.rr. Tlilrl It.n111.l- 11 ls i'mfirai 1)1, 11s defeaU.i Mrs. lluyal Vh tor, 4, 2 4, 9-7. hem.nnl llnurJ Mt Mario Wngnsr dereattil Miss l'lorenee lullin. 61, s , 11 . Mrs Hariter-WalUi'h ilefsatei .Miss Helen llernhard, i 2, (. 3. rhAitiplonshlp Men's Hlngles, I'ourtn Hound V. II Ward W-.ttd K II. Crn.sy, -4 !--; W II W.oJ defeatei II. I,. lloman, 3, f. 1. P T Hunter , A. D lUmniett, 4'.. la 11. 7 6. unnnishe.t. Tilth Itnunrt V. II. Ward defeated II. .M I'lillllp. 60, 7 f. Championship Men's Doubles. rirt Hound llvvrs anil Mack dfeMtl lln lerson una .Isne, c 1, : , u 4; l-ix uiiin snl Ushr nun from Adler fctid fto,,. it an by def.iu.t, Dr. itnGiitHiim anil Hi'in Icttnpf tlefoalei Dr Sinnotl snd I.Bwyer, s .. 0 z. Second Hound Kit man and llehr it f 'i.e.l Ulng snd Cannon, J 9, $-n. 0 J. MUel Doi'ss, Klrst Hound Sir A lltiuiphrles a. 1 I HArtiMstin won from Ml i:is Klm anil M imati li A ' 1. . Mlfs t (Irii. nhil 1 H 'ein )i nipf a ti f om SI, u'i.1 Sir rt-iiir, lv' 'fiult Mim r:.ire an' Dr A. W. J 'X il wen from SIlsn J Leeoli and II ' 1 .'.l.ri t default. 1 CALIFORNIA RIDER IS FIRST. l 1 ih.t.s (ihrt I, rail- A to incurs In llnlf Hlli- nl .Vrssnrlt Vi'liiilrnnir, NkwaiiK, N. J, June 23. Hnns Olirt, 1 "r v" etP". Wi,h 1Tlm.1Sull'v "' of New Hat en at the head of the a ma tour point tah.e. IJ.ioh ha- f points. John Maehle of Newark won the two C.sar Mo.etil the Italian, defeated j ... .....n ,u imr Vcill.i tii'it.tlt rnit. rv Ulfuit ts. u 1 A.. ..I ' heat and one eplll. Alfnd llrenda cap-i Nlstbl Trnnl. Toccrne,- Arret. Red. lured tho live in le professional chain-1 Kaiiwst, June 23. A night t'nn'.e ploiishlp, puttinif h.m first In the chain- tournament Is scheduled fur next week pionshlp race with 11 points. Itenir beginning Monday on tho Ilderan Outlns; McN'amarn wa second, HMi Spe.iri Club's grounds here. Among those en third snd O.-ar Keg foutth. Frmk tered are Harold Throckmorton, Llnd Kramr and Alfred tioutlet were out- say Dunham and others from Jersey sldo the pnli.t-. Tlie time was. ft ml-.-1 ('ity, Newark KlUaheth, PlalnfleM and ules 4,1 seconue. tnart,y r'tleP When Quality Town Travels BY PHILIP GOODMAN TF Quality Town cannot have its Wiesbaden, its Cannes and its Aix-la-Chapelle, it does with Newport, Lenox and White Sulphur. Quality Town simply must have a change, whether it be across the sea or across a State line. And, of course, when Quality Town travels it does not travel in a hand-grip. The complete wardrobe for morning, afternoon and eve ning -for mother, father, the children, the servants is carefully luggaged and trunked. Leather Goods have been, and always will be, a peculiar fancy of Quality Town. But Leather Goods stores have not always made the most of opportunities to get Quality Town's patronage. Quality Town's newspaper stands ready to get your store's announcements under the evening lamp or at the break fast table as you prefer. And if you feel that Leather Goods and Luggage advertising could stand some "smartening up," The Sun Service Bureau will gladly contribute its aid gratis. Every Morning Every Evening 1 . ..... ......... ...... . Almut forty-flv New York athletes will le.ivo for l'.oston to-morrow to com p:e In the Ilnstern tryouts In tlm Har vard stndium on Saturday to determine tho men who will be cnt to repiesent tho Hast In the '"V"1'1!' -'.'..'""'iih.' ' st the I'anuni i-.'.vlt'c l-.xp.x.tio'i. 1 h j PW York romlnsf-nt .ompr ei tne plA of the New York A. C. ati.i l ish A.ncr of the New York A. C. ati.i l ish A.ncr can iithlnte-, but It Is by no menus cer ium thnt they will capture tho honor of tho meet fiom tile Now Kngland divi sion. The Uoaton A. A. Is stronger on paper thun over beforo nnd ha resuuected Norman Tnher to enny tlm unicorn In the hlf mile or mile. If ho elects to start In the longer distance Tabor will meet Klvlat and tho pair may duplicate the battle of the Stockholm Olympics which puilej thu Judges. Ted Mtrodlth I- the only formidable entry from rhil.i.'elphla. He Is entered In the quarter and half and 'n the lat ter evemt may be opposed bv his old rival, Dave C.ilJw. 11. Tani Halpln Is among those tntetrd In the quaiter, bu' tlli'to Is doillit almut I. Is going to the post. Alv.ih T. Meyer will be the bes New Yoiker Pi th sprint ntid ho will hive to meet living T. Hnwc, th Colb Cnltego spriimr, who beat him in the Indoor c hamp ui s'nps, and Tt-schtier of Harvard, who will entry the II. A A colors. Wesley ti'er will bo tho star In the high Jump. All tho llei.l events bavo tilled and the meeting promises the try. competition of tho ason. outfttdt of the Ir.icrcolleg'a!') gati.es. Wiles, kiri- noil l.lnnrt flash. A feature nvent at the sheepsherfc. lie a ten best two eorgo Wiley mart, the winner tn nuft Ca-ir.co Carman nnd Leon Duller hxt Saturdav night. Fred- die Hill, .!! k'e Clark Dob Spear and Harry ICalser will ra e four ono mile lie.ne In the nlternar nvent, the rider scoring the most po.nts to get llret '" a mone.j . Tlrkois sold for last Tuesday night. Including Sundays Excepting Sundays